By Brandon Chase — Opinion Editor
Annual spring elections for the Student Government Association (SGA) were held on April 5, and the results have been released.
Juniors Carrie Kenniston and Holly Irvin will continue to hold the positions of President and Vice President of Student Affairs, repectively. Freshman Bri Robbins will remain as president of the class of 2015. Robbins said she is excited to anchor a group of students who have been so involved in their first year on campus.
“I feel very lucky to have such an active class. The class committee always tries to listen to the class of 2015 students to hear what they would like to see happen for our class,” said Robbins. “We like to give the class a variety of choices, that way we can reach to everyone.” More…
Mason performed during Lasell College Radio's second annual Marathon Monday concert. The show also featured performances by Interstate Flamez and Skyman.
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By Amanda Russo — 1851 Staff
Despite the unseasonable heat on April 16, the Lasell community came out to be entertained by the second annual Marathon Monday Concert, hosted by the Lasell College Radio (LCR). Performers Mason, Interstate Flamez, and Skyman each took the stage to share their musical talents with fellow friends and students.
Each performer was given 30 minutes to get the crowd moving, and they did so successfully. A sea of peo¬ple donning neon T-shirts crowded near the front of the stage, supporting their favorite artists. More…
On 'Pink Friday; Roman Reloaded," Nikki Minaj's sophmore album, the artist displays her ability to both sing and rap.
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By Zac Vierra — Copy Edtor
Nikki Minaj’s second album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, shows the audience a few different styles of the artist. Minaj raps in some songs, while only singing in others. She blends rapping in verses and singing on the hooks of other songs, as these different styles make Roman Reloaded two albums in one.
In the first few songs on Roman Reloaded, such as “Come on a Cone” and “I Am Your Leader,” Minaj strictly raps with a style that, although unique, is similar to Lil’ Wayne. More…
By Jordan R. Mayblum — Co-Editor-In-Chief
The academic and extracurricular landscape at Lasell has been dramatically altered since the class of 2012 arrived here in the fall of 2008. The campus has grown both in size and capacity, and it all started with this year’s graduating class. More…
By Brandon Chase, Brian Roach, and Zac Vierra—Opinion Editor, 1851 Staff, and Copy Editor
While some students may complain that Lasell is not doing much to improve the overall student experience, they are doing so mistakenly. The college has exceeded expectations during this school year in terms of catering to students’ needs. Although Lasell still has some weaknesses, it has been working to satisfy everyone in many aspects of the college. Here is our list of the college’s successes and shortcomings. More…
bocca bella café & bistro features delicious food for special occasions.
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By Briana Nestor — Managing Editor
Tucked away on Lexington Street is bocca bella café & bistro, a quaint, Italian-style restaurant that offers familiar favorites for lunch and delicious, elegant entrees during the evening.
Dim lighting sets the bistro’s intimate tone and pictures of scenes from Italy adorn the muted gray and brown walls. Black fixtures hang above the tables and the bar. More…
By Casey O’Brien — News Editor
Kia Rivera went to retrieve her laundry and noticed the washer had a pool of water inside, causing colors to run and ruin some of her clothes.
Why was her laundry ruined? Because the washing machine was broken.Why had nothing been done about it?
“I wrote a note to my RA because he was gone for the weekend, and later in the week, there was a note giving me a number to call. But that’s the RA’s job, not mine,” said Rivera, a sophomore.
The broken washer was just the tip of the iceberg. Each resident has a Resident Assistant, or RA, in their building. Residents are encouraged to go to their RAs with problems, but if they do, do their problems get fixed? Or do the residents avoid their RAs? More…
Students went barefoot for A Day Without Shoes.
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By Kristina Kaufmann — Layout
Students tromped around campus without shoes as part of A Day Without Shoes on April 10 in an effort to raise awareness of those who can’t afford shoes around the the world. The event was created in part by Tom’s Shoes.
“The awareness seems to have spread around campus from past years,” said Ginelle Gaulin-McKenzie, MACC AmeriCorps VISTA* and participant. More…