Large classroom size should be revisited Reply

By Mackenzie Dineen – Arts Editor 

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Illustration by Amanda Bennett

There are a variety of factors that affect a prospective student’s decision to apply to a college. These include the campus, the selection of academic programs, and extracurricular activities. One of Lasell’s unique appeals is that it maintains an average class size of 25 students or less.  More…

The issue over gender-neutral bathrooms Reply

By Max Schochet – 1851 Staff 

“I’m not a she. I’m not a he. I’m you. I’m me. I’m we,” are the words Fenn Esser wrote in a response to Time’s “Beyond He or She” article. The words ring out like a banner as the debate over transgender rights heats up across the nation. The controversial question at the center—where to go to the bathroom? More specifically, should people who are transgender be forced to go to a sex-segregated bathroom? More…

The sophomore slump Reply

By Alex Balletto – Copy Editor 

Recently, I’ve found myself talking to my sophomore friends about the notorious “sophomore slump.” It seems many of us are experiencing this jinx.  I looked online to learn more about what the actual definition is, and it seems to be any second-time situation where expectations are not being met compared to the first, or when first-time successes have reduced efforts in the second attempt.  It has a weird relation to the blues, where there is an unexplained shift in one’s attitude.  More…

Mental health recognized on campus Reply

By Aimee Forman – 1851 Staff 

When I was 14 years old, I was diagnosed with type 1 Bipolar disorder while being hospitalized for self-infliction. Being bipolar has made life difficult, but has also truly made me the strong, inspired, person I am. It took time to establish some peace, but with the help from my family, friends, therapists, doctors, and teachers/professors, I have been able to make a stable life for myself while studying at Lasell. More…

Course evaluations: Who’s listening? Reply

By Ryan Fitzgerald – Co-Editor-in-Chief

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Illustration by Amanda Bennett

The second semester is winding down and students will soon be getting repeated emails to fill out course evaluations. I appreciate the chance for us to voice our opinion on professors, and positives and negatives of the class structure. And I appreciate the reminders to fill them out. But are the evaluations really important to Lasell? More…

Student leaders recognized for excellence Reply

By Michael Bueno & Lane Sulzer – Junior Art Director & 1851 Staff

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A group of editors and faculty advisor Marie Franklin of The 1851 Chronicle receive the Organization of the Year award. Photo Courtesy of Emma Cipriani

On Thursday, April 13 Lasell recognized  and honored students, faculty, and staff for outstanding achievements made on campus throughout the 2016-17 academic year. Hosted by the Office of Student Activities, a committee of faculty members decided on awards including  Student Leader of the Year, the Lasell Bowl, and the Lasell Chair.

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“The Truth Unraveled” Reply

On Tuesday, April 18, Professor Deborah Baldizar’s Art Management class held an Interactive Art Project and Art Show titled “The Truth Unraveled.” The event brought students, faculty, Lasell village members and even children together to discover what the truth means to them. Here’s Co-Editor-in-Chief Ryan Fitzgerald and staff member Max Schochet’s coverage of the event in part with LCTV.