Within the beginning weeks of November, Professor Marie Franklin’s First Year Seminar class was able to snap photos of various stations in the Valentine Dining Hall. These photos reveal the inside scoop of what eating like a Laser entails.
Photos were taken by 1851 Contributors Enzo Ramirez, Brett Carey, & Elisio Nascimento
By Katie Peters – Arts Editor
On Thursday, Nov. 14, the hill outside of Winslow was covered in small paper flags representing “the relative percentage of survivors at Lasell University” in the context of Intimate Parter Violence. The data from the Association of American Universities annual Campus Climate Survey and the number of Lasell’s undergraduates were used to show how women, men and LGBT+ individuals on campus are affected by this issue according to the survey. This project was completed by Professor Karin Raye’s Title XI Interns and the Men’s Baseball Team.
Outside of Winslow on Thursday, a display of flags representing the percentage of Lasell students who may report Intimate Partner Violence as an undergraduate greeted students as they walked to class.
Video by Robby Rowe– Illustrator
Within the Fall season, Grellier Field witnessed Lasell’s men’s rugby team playing against Franklin Pierce University and Massachusetts College Of Liberal Arts (MCLA). Lasell brought home the victory of 36 points while Franklin Pierce and MCLA lost with twelve.
It’s creepy and it’s kooky, mysterious and spooky, it’s the Halloween Howl at Valentine Dining Hall! On Oct. 30, Chartwells gave the dining hall a spooky makeover complete with food, a photo booth and even a tarot card reader! The typical dining hall fare got a holiday twist with haunted names and creepy details.
Photos were taken by Editor-in-Chief Avery Stankus & Sports Editor Adam Hallenbeck. More…
The end of the regular season draws closer for the fall sports teams of Lasell. With playoffs beginning for most teams on Saturday, Nov. 5, the Chronicle breaks down each team’s season to get you ready for the playoff madness. (NOTE: The Men’s Soccer team will receive a full season wrap-up in the upcoming Nov/Dec issue, make sure to check it out.)
Men’s and Women’s Cross Country
By Adam Hallenbeck – Sports Editor
After running all over the Northeast area this season, the men’s and women’s cross country teams look to have a strong finish in the Greater Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) championship race. “This year has been a lot better than the past few years…we have been smart with how we have been training compared to the last two years,” said senior captain Matt Holden. More…
By Zack Urbanowski – 1851 Contributor September 9th first day of classes. I had two classes contemporary sport management and writing101 workshop. I was so nervous but so excited to meet new people, make friends, and expand my learning abilities. My other classes that I currently take is Math106, Buss101, FYS, and AAC. Not knowing […]
By Olivia Fernandes – 1851 Staff
Marilynn-Leigh Francis (left) with mother, Marilynn Francis, (right).
Photo by Liv P. Fernandes
At the Arnow Campus Center, a full house of students attended Lasell’s first Indigenous People’s Day Celebration hosted by junior Duffy Martin in collaboration with Lasell’s Donahue Institute. The speakers of the event were one of the remaining Lobster Women Marilynn-Leigh Francis and mother Marilynn Francis, who taught Marilynn-Leigh the way of the Lobster People. More…
By Mary Rand – 1851 Contributor
Mary Rand on the streets of Fenway Park. Photo by: Margaux Dickinson
When I was a first-year student, I spent a lot of time lounging in my dorm room to kill time. After class I’d go back to my dorm. After going to the dining hall I’d go back to my dorm. After working out at the gym I’d go back to my dorm. If someone were to try and tell the freshman version of myself that I would be a peer mentor I would tell them that they’re crazy! They’re crazy to think I will ever do anything other than hangout in my dorm.