“21 Jump Street” shines as a hilarious comedy starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill.
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By Zac Vierra — Copy Editor
“21 Jump Street” stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as two police officers fresh out of the police academy. The movie is a re- make of the 1980’s show with the same title, starring Johnny Depp.
When Schmidt, played by Hill, and Jenko, played by Tatum, start their job, it is not as exciting as they expected. They roll around on bikes searching for crime in a park. When the duo finally busts a man for drugs, they celebrate comically, as if scoring the winning touchdown in the Super Bowl. More…
By Cait Fitzgerald — 1851 Staff
Danielle Medaglia and Max Berkowitz, freshmen members of the Campus Activi- ties Board, presented the Singing Bee in the Campus Center. The event attracted a small audience and seven different participants who each played the game.
The object of the game was for the contestants to fill in various parts of a song based on the round. At the end of each round, contestants with the lowest num- ber of points were eliminated until the last, most challenging round. Songs came from every genre and included famil- iar ones, such as “Red Solo Cup,” “Achy, Breaky Heart,” and “Highway to Hell.” More…
The image that appears on J.K. Rowling’s website leaves fans intrigued.
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By Casey O’Brien — News Editor
J.K. Rowling fans rejoice—the Harry Potter author is at it again. Rowling announced she has written a new book for a different market than the wildly successful series about the boy wizard, which skyrocketed her to stardom in 1997 after debuting in the United Kingdom. More…
Members of the Studio Artists Guild during one of their Thursday common hours meetings. The club is in its first year at Lasell.
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By Natalie Kfoury — A&E Editor
During common hours every Thursday, a group of students sit in a class- room in Yamawaki to share their common bond: love of art. They spend their time drawing, critiquing, and listening to each other’s ideas, tips, and skills. This is the Studio Artists Guild, a new organization comprised of 15 student-artists. More…
Senior Pat Bresnahan scored a goal and added an assist as the men’s lacrosse team scored 16 goals against Wentworth in its home opener on St. Patrick’s Day.
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By Brandon Chase — Opinion Editor
The men’s lacrosse team picked up its second win of the season with a 16-7 shellacking of Wentworth Institute of Technology on St. Patrick’s Day. More…
Senior Javon Williams hopes to travel to Europe at the end of May to play basketball in a showcase for European teams.
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By Zac Vierra — Copy Editor
Javon Williams doesn’t care if he’s getting paid $2, $5 or $3 million; it has been his lifelong dream to make a living playing basketball. Williams, the second leading scorer in Lasell basketball history, has taken the first step toward making this a reality. More…
Lasell’s women’s basketball team picked up their fourth win of the season in a non-conference blowout against the Lesley Linx, 63-41 on senior night at Lasell.
Seniors Jo Bishop (So. Burlington, VT), Kelsey Converse (Laconia, NH) and Kara Hinthorne (Rockland, MA) were all honored with flowers in a ceremony before the game. The trio of seniors were also in the starting lineup for the Lasers.
As the game began the teams traded baskets for the first six minutes. With Lesley leading 13-12, Justine Ryan (Norwood, MA) hit back to back threes to give Lasell the 18-13 lead. The Lasers would not look back. More…
By Jordan Mayblum — Co-Editor-In-Chief
When the men who make up the third floor of Karandon House returned from winter break, the void was apparent. The burgundy chair which only one person could make into a bed was empty. Nobody was longboarding through the carpeted hallway. No one was hiding under a bed waiting to jump out. More…