Jack Drees- 1851 Staff
With 34 Emmys, 10 books, and seven News, Hank Phillipi Ryan has set a standard for aspiring news broadcasters, investigators, and novelists. On Tuesday, March 5, Ryan spoke to students as a COM Day guest.
Ryan took the stage to talk about her journey as a time-changing woman throughout multiple industries. Ryan has reported for various communities through radio and television for almost five decades and has been a published author since 2007. As a novelist, she has written several titles in two individual franchises. She also has one standalone title currently released to the public, with another due to release in August titled “The Murder List,” now available for preorder.
By Dana Sutcliffe – 1851 staff
So it’s finally that one week in March you’ve been waiting for, spring break! You find yourself being able to breathe again after the chaos of midterms and that stress headache that’s been bothering you since Monday is gone. Life is looking up but there’s still one thing on your mind…you’re stuck at home for break. Although it’s a bummer, staying local for the week isn’t the end of the world and it just means you have more time to save up for that next big adventure. Spring breaking at home can be fun if you make the best of it and with these 5 simple ideas, you’ll be on your way to enjoying the week just as much as your friends in Cancun…well almost as much! More…
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.”
Free and Betty Frankel
Ruth and William Silen
Reginah Sanyu – 1851 Staff
Advice is everywhere, from blogs, horoscopes, and other social media platforms. But when it comes to love and relationships, it is best to get advice from people who have experienced it.
Ruth and William Silen, married for 66 years, met in a trigonometry class while they were in high school. However, their love story did not begin until Ruth was bored with the boys at a party. With encouragement from her aunt, Ruth approached William and this time it was not about trigonometry. “At the moment, it was very unheard of for a girl to ask a boy, but I did,” said Ruth. More…