Students still unhappy with dining services

By Rebecca Osowski, Taylor Viles & Owen KwetFeatures Editor, Print Sports Editor & 1851 Contributor

A student waits to pick up their food from Kyle Mullen (’21) at the 1851 Grill. Photo by Taylor Viles

Late night dining at The 1851 Grill was implemented on campus in the spring of 2019, giving students not only another dining location but also a late-night meal option. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the grill switched from in-person ordering to using only the Boost Mobile app. 

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Editor’s Corner: Text me when you get home

By Claire CrittendonCo-Editor-in-Chief

(L-R) Seniors Aster Kallman, Claire Crittendon and Nick Brown. Photo courtesy of Claire Crittendon

My college application essay was on the importance of what I called at the time, my found family. My friends, mentors, partners – people I knew would meet me with the perfect balance of patience, support, accountability, and love.

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Late night dining tries their best

By Josh Wolmer1851 Contributor

I think it’s been a rough year for 1851 late-night dining. Last year late-night dining wasn’t offered until later in the year, and you would think that students wouldn’t be complaining as much about the food service for this year. I believe students have no right to complain about 1851, due to the short staffing and the nationwide product shortage.  

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Emma’s Style Corner: How to find your personal style

By Emma Ingenohl – 1851 Contributor

Graphic by Emma Ingenohl

In a world full of social media, mico-trends, influencers, and Shein, fashion and style as we once previously knew them are changing drastically. Trends are coming and going faster than ever before, leading to overconsumption and wastefulness. We’re being conditioned to think we need a different outfit for every occasion or every new Instagram post. An easy way to break out of this cycle is to find your own personal style true to you. Personal style is all about wearing what makes you feel good and most like yourself. It’s a form of self expression, just like all other art forms. Here are some easy ways you can dig deeper into yourself and the world of style to find your personal style:

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SoWa Market: Explore creativity

By Claire Crittendon and Abi Brown – Co-Editor-in-Chief and Arts Editor

Located in the heart of Boston, at 450 Harrison Avenue, is SoWa Art and Design District, which is home to a variety of vendors, galleries, and life. From farmer’s markets to fashion designers to vintage shops, there is something here for everyone.

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New England’s 2021 Spooky Season Events

By Karissa Gaughan – 1851 Contributor

Six Flag Fright Fest – Friday, September 24 to Sunday, October 31 (1623 Main St., Agawam, Massachusetts)

A New England favorite, Fright Fest is back this year at Six Flags. Walk through the scary zones around the massive theme park while going on rides, seeing haunted attractions, and watching live entertainment and shows. A one-day ticket costs $34.99 or grab a season pass for the rest of 2021 and all of 2022 for as low as $49.99. Once a ticket holder, you can purchase the premium haunted house add-on for $24.99, allowing you access to all five of the haunted houses set up throughout the park. For tickets and more information visit, visit sixflags.com/newengland/events/fright-fest. 

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