Weick inspires Lasell with “Marx in Soho” Reply

Kayli Hertel – Managing Editor

After 278 performances as Karl Marx, Bob Weick entered Yamawaki as the famed philosopher in Howard Zinn’s production of “Marx in Soho.” Weick performed at Lasell before as Marx and each time he engaged his audience with the story of Marx as philosopher and man. More…

Sports Museum hits a home run Reply

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Tim Kelleher – 1851 Staff

Boston has a rich history dating back to the birth of the United States of America. Some of the things Boston is most proud of are its sports teams. The Patriots, Celtics, Red Sox, and Bruins all have rich history and a dedicated fan base to match. A place that displays every memorable moment for these teams is The Sports Museum located in the TD Garden, the home stadium for the Bruins and Celtics. This exciting museum covers everything from the evolution of women’s basketball to the original football team, the Boston Redskins. If it involves Boston and sports, chances are it’s there. More…

Partakers event honors student writers Reply

Shapleigh Webster – Copy Editor

Partakers is a collaboration like no other. Combining education with life behind bars, their mission is to support prison education for men in woman who are spending time in jail in Massachusetts. Through the Boston University “College Behind Bars” mentoring program, students can earn credits towards a bachelors degree. With a base of over 300 people volunteering as mentors, it is a large organization. More…

Jesse Tauriac: Lessons in Diversity and Inclusion Reply

Photo courtesy of Jesse Tauriac

Photo courtesy of Jesse Tauriac

Ashley Medeiros – Contributing Writer

When you walk around Lasell College with Jesse Tauriac you feel as though you are in the company of a celebrity. Every student who crosses his path is eager to speak with him. Some may be his advisees, others might have a question about an upcoming assignment, but most are seeking a genuine hello and deep intellectual conversation. No matter what they are looking for one thing remains the same; each individual receives undivided attention, a mindful response, and a smile. More…

New DCFC is beautiful, familiar Reply

Krista DeJulio – Features Editor

Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie (DCFC) has one of the most recognizable voices in indie-pop music, even more so in his most recent album released March 31. DCFC is the type of band that plays when you are at the grocery store and even though you’ve never heard the song, you just know it is DCFC. More…

Insomnia Cookies satisfies late night sweet tooth Reply

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Tina Nalepa – Arts and Entertainment Editor

Insomnia Cookies, located at 708 Commonwealth Ave just off the Boston University East train stop, is where you can go to cure any sweet tooth. Opened in September 2013, Insomnia Cookies is a chain cookie shop booming across the nation. Open each day from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m., students, professionals, or families can drop by to grab a sweet treat. More…

O’Hara’s is the perfect spot for tasty food and fine crafty brews Reply

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Natalie Kfoury and Allison Nekola – Co-Editors-in-Chief

O’Hara’s Food & Spirits (located at 1185 Walnut Street in Newton Highlands, easily accessible from the Newton Highlands T stop) is a delightfully inviting restaurant and pub that serves up tasty brews and delicious plates. More…

“UnBreakable Kimmy Schmidt” wins over viewers in premiere season Reply

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Photo courtesy of nowstreamingpod.com

Haleigh Santilli – 1851 Staff

Funny, quirky, and a little bit nutty are what can only describe “UnBreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” The premiere show is written by the hilarious minds of Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock alums, Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. More…