Mentalist thrills campus Reply

Mentalist Sean Bott performed in late October. (Photos by Natalie Kfoury)

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

“You’re looking at my jacket and thinking that the poor homeless man has come to entertain us,” joked mentalist Sean Bott during his performance at Lasell in late October. Bott did an incredible job of mixing humor with jaw-dropping mentalist feats in an interactive and engaging performance in deWitt Hall.

In each of his mentalist feats combined with continuous humor, Bott used different members of the small audience. Since there were under 30 in attendance, almost everyone got to be involved, which was put on by Campus Activity Board (CAB). More…

Don Jon: A film on addiction and healing Reply

Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

"Don Jon," directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the story of Jon Martello, a man who is addicted to porn.

“Don Jon,” directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the story of Jon Martello, a man who is addicted to porn.

His body. His pad. His ride. His family. His church. His boys. His girls. And, his porn. From the very start, viewers of “Don Jon,” written by, directed by, and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, know what to expect from Jon Martello (Gordon-Levitt). More…

Drama Club announces, prepares for “Nine” Reply

Christina Alario – 1851 Staff

The Drama Club practices for the musical “Nine,” which will premiere on December 5. (Photo by Emily Kochanek)

The Drama Club practices for the musical “Nine,” which will premiere on
December 5. (Photo by Emily Kochanek)

The Drama Club has selected the musical “Nine” as its fall production. The show, set in a spa, focuses on the midlife crisis of playwright Guido Contini, who is struggling to come up with a new movie pitch as well as balance the relationships with the women in his life. More…

“The Walking Dead” comes back to life Reply

Ariana St. Pierre – Arts Editor

Season four of the hit cult-zombie show, “The Walking Dead,” aired on Oc- tober 13 on AMC. The premier episode, entitled “30 Days Without an Accident” shows how Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his prison group have been coping since the onslaught from the Governor and the fall of Woodbury in season three. More…