By Emily Long – Digital Editor
Photo by: Emily Long
When I was a first-year, I knew I wanted to join the newspaper. I went to my first meeting and I was nervous but I loved the energy. Our cramped but homey office felt like a real newsroom. Throughout my first year, I wasn’t sure if I really loved writing for The Chronicle. Something told me to stick with it and to see what would happen. More…
By Casey DiBari – Opinions Editor
Photo by: Casey DiBari
I can still remember when the acceptance letter came in 2015, letting me know I got into the school. The last five years since have been a ride, and it is one that I know when I look back on, it’s going to make me smile. More…
By Hannah Akerly– 1851 Staff
With starting a passion project, you need to create an outline first of where your first step is going to be. Photo courtesy of Google.
Quarantine gives us the time to start working on our passion projects. For a lot of young people, this can include anything from starting a blog to learning a new language. Here are 10 ways to kickstart your passion project!
By: Meghan Carroll– 1851 Staff
The year 2020 has been a rough one for everyone. With the rapid growth of COVID-19, our lives have come to an abrupt stop. Everyone has been impacted in some sort of way, especially students, more specifically, senior student-athletes.
By Katie Peters– Arts Editor
When Jim and Kathleen Muller decided to move back to the Boston area from Kentucky, they did not expect to find a piece of history nestled in their home. The unassuming yellow house that sits halfway up Studio Road drew Kathleen in with its beautiful studio, complete with 18-foot high ceilings and huge windows. The two purchased the home in the fall of 1999 and were informed it may have been home to an artist, but much of the information was unknown to them at the time.
By: Avery Stankus and Emily Long– Editor-in-Chief and Digital Editor
Have you ever dreamed of roaming through The Met in New York City one minute then The Van Gogh in Amsterdam the next? Well, now you can, thanks to Google Arts & Culture. There are over 2,000 museums to stroll through (or scroll through) just at the click of a button. Here are six galleries that are currently offering free virtual tours and an online look at exhibits.
By Bailey Klingaman– 1851 Staff
On April 13, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders publicly endorsed his former opponent Joe Biden as the Democratic Presidential Nominee. While both politicians have masses of democrats supporting them, a significant amount of Bernie’s followers are college students and millennials.
By Claire Crittendon– Features Editor
May 16 was supposed to be one of the biggest milestones to date for both the undergraduate and graduate classes of 2020. While the 166th Commencement ceremony won’t be gracing Taylor Field this month, speakers James Muller, Nancy Snow and Rosa Del Carmen Gomez are actively preparing their speeches for whenever 2020’s graduation will take place.