Editor’s Corner, News from another view

By Mitchell BoltonArts Director

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As the art director, my job is to create the physical newspaper. With the help of five section editors, two digital editors, an illustrator and an editor-in-chief, we put something out every month that covers topics from campus news to members of the Lasell community. Most of my team members are communication majors. But, once we start talking about concentrations, things get a little different. I am a communication major with a concentration in creative advertising. The majority of my counterparts are journalism and media writing concentrations.

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One Month Left of School

As of today, marks one month left of the 2018 spring semester. 1851 Chronicle staff Dana Sutcliffe and Megan Palumbo went around campus asking what students and professors were looking forward to for the rest of the semester, and if they had big summer plans.

We don’t own the rights to any audio used in the video. “Giving Up The Gun” – Vampire Weekend

Laser Nation: Talks Politics

By Krista DeJulio, Megan Palumbo and Brandi Johnson – Co-Editor-In-Chief and 1851 Staff

Since this is the season of politics, the Laser Nation film crew asked students around campus about politics, the debates, and the new candidates. Check out what they had to say when 1851 staff members Krista DeJulio, Megan Palumbo, and Brandi Johnson chased down Laser opinions.

Staying safe on campus

By Blair SchneiderContributing Writer

In less than one month, members of the Lasell community have received two notices of sexual assault on campus from Vice President of Student Affairs Diane Austin.

In late September, the community received an email from Austin, notifying them that an undergraduate student reported that she had been sexually assaulted and it was by a person known to her. The email said the alleged assault is reported to have taken place the weekend of September 18th, in one of the College’s residential buildings, and it is currently under investigation. Continue reading “Staying safe on campus”

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