New Year’s Resolutions: Useful or a Cliché?

By Rebecca Osowski – 1851 Contributor

McClelland gym is now open on campus, a perfect place to start achieving your goals, whenever you are ready.
Photo by: Rebecca Osowski

As the year ends, families gather to celebrate holidays and reflect on the year while also reflecting on themselves, setting New Year’s resolutions and aiming to be a better version of themself in the following year. While New Year’s resolutions are great for setting goals, they are often hard to attain, easily discouraging those that set them. 

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5 Things I’m keeping off my new year resolution

By Rachel Shepard – Copy Editor

Rachel Shepard, junior, leisurely sits at her desk in her Lasell campus dorm. 
Photo by Rachel Shepard.

With the start of a new year ahead, and a new semester, it’s time to detox and start getting rid of those negative hobbies we keep around. That way, we can replace those bad habits with activities that we genuinely enjoy. Here are five of my own habits that I want to stop and replace by the end of the new year.

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Welcome Class of 2021

By Seán McGlone – Editor-in-Chief

Dear Class of 2021,

Congratulations! You have officially made it through your first month at Lasell. By now you are probably better adjusted to the campus and you are settling into your classes and workload. For many of you, I’m sure you’re starting to understand what people meant when they said “college is a lot different from high school.”

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