The 1851 Chronicle is a voice for the student body Reply


Kristina Kaufmann – Photo Editor

The last thing a student journal­ist wants to do when voicing an opinion is sugarcoat it. It is the job of The 1851 Chronicle staff to deliver news to the student body truthfully, while practicing objectivity. As Lasell’s student newspa­per, The 1851 Chronicle uses the power of student voices to provoke change and improvements at the college. Sometimes what we write praises a person or event on campus. Other times it is critical of a current situation. More…

Tapingo app saves time 1

Zachary Gray – Sports Editor

Part of being a college student is the weekends and late nights with homework, friends, and, most importantly, food. While there might not be a definite schedule for the nights and weekends, wasting time is not an option. This is especially true when it comes to hunger. Thankfully, the Campus Center and Boomer’s now al­low students to order their food ahead of time, avoiding lines and waits. More…

MSU celebrated Black History Month Reply

Danielle Rita – 1851 Staff

Lasell’s Multicultural Student Union club (MSU) honored Black History Month by devis­ing an interactive panel to discuss the signifi­cance of black history along with contempo­rary racial concerns. The panel was held on February 7 in Rosen Auditorium, and partici­pants included a small, diverse group. Jennifer Drew, professor of Sociology and Justice Stud­ies, moderated the event. More…

Professor leads by example Reply


Michelle Burke –Copy Editor

Professor Neil Hatem’s close friends and co-workers refer to him as ‘compassionate and hardworking,’ so it doesn’t come as a surprise that he devotes his en­tire life to helping others. Professor Ha­tem has dedicated his 12-year teaching career at Lasell, as well as his personal life, to benefit others. More…

I (also) write from a land down under Reply


Sarah Bielski – Global Correspondent

Hours spent filling out paperwork, packing, working extra shifts, and get­ting everything organized has finally paid off. When I first got on the plane in Boston I could not believe I was finally on my way to Australia. The place I had been dreaming about for years was finally within reach. Although nervous about leaving home, the excitement of living in a different country for four months squashed all of the butterflies. More…