Let’s get Phallic! Reply

By Irish Noel – 1851 Staff

Sharyn Lowenstein holds up a “peace” hand gesture while sitting in her office. Photo by Irish Noel.

For 16 years Sharyn Lowenstein has been advocating and bringing attention to social justice movements, gender issues, and the LGBT community on campus. She continues to do so by inviting the group known as Phallacies to the school.


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By J.R. CostelloContributing Writer

In a happy old house up on a hill, live 21 20-something year olds. With a grand porch where the music plays and the laughter ensues, there is never a dull moment in the community that settled on one warm and excitable September afternoon. A white house, green shutters, and a staircase to the hippie heaven invites all that bring happiness, peace and respect.


“Robbins/The Concert” brings laughs and color to stage Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Premiering on Friday, May 5, “Robbins/The Concert” opened its doors to Boston for a show of spectacular color, minimalistic costumes and laughs all across the theatre. The Boston Opera House will house the show until May 27.


The show brings laughs and hilarity to Boston until May 27. Photo courtesy of Boston Ballet. 


“Sleeping Beauty” will not let you sleep Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

There’s nothing quite like a classic ballet. This is why we go the ballet. To see something so antique, unique, something so lost in time that hundreds of people would gather to see it on a warm Friday night in Boston. The Boston Ballet’s rendition of “Sleeping Beauty” opened its doors on Friday, April 28 at the Boston Opera House and will run until May 27.


“Sleeping Beauty” premiered at the Boston Opera House on Friday, April 28 and will run until May 27. Photo courtesy of Boston Ballet. 


NFL Draft takeaways: Patriots come out winners, Texans may have found their quarterback Reply

By Kyle SchroederContributing Writer

There had been reports throughout the past several weeks that the New Orleans Saints had strong interest in Malcolm Butler. When Butler signed his franchise tender on April 18, this opened up the possibility for Butler to be traded to New Orleans. With no other teams involved in discussions, it appeared to be the Saints or no trade at all. When the Saints drafted former Ohio State corner Marshon Lattimore with the 11th overall pick, and the first round ended without a trade, it all but confirmed that Malcolm Butler would remain in a Patriots uniform. Out of all the scenarios that could have played out on the first night of the NFL Draft as it relates to the Patriots, this was the best of them all.


Pino and Yandow take the GNAC by storm Reply

By Colin Froment and Aimee Forman – 1851 Staff 

Junior Taylor Yandow and sophomore Vanessa Pino earned the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Player of the Week this past month for their outstanding athletic performances.  Both players have won the award twice this season — Yandow was named GNAC Player of the Week two weeks in a row.  More…