Housing issues surface

By Allison Nekola & Shapleigh Webster – Co-Editor-in-Chief & Copy Editor

While Lasell’s state of change and growth is celebrated, it also poses a problem because of lack of beds around classes. The traditional process of getting students onto campus and into the appropriate residences proved to be inadiquite. Resident Assistants and administration faced multiple challenges when it came to dealing with this issue.

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Haunted houses scream entertainment

By Allison Nekola – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Photo courtesy of Allison Nekola “The 1851 Chronicle” editors (left to right) Allison Nekola, Tristan Davis, and Rosemary Leger recieved a VIP tour of Spooky World Presents: Nightmare New England, in Litchfield, NH.
Photo courtesy of Allison Nekola
“The 1851 Chronicle” editors (left to right) Allison Nekola, Tristan Davis, and Rosemary Leger recieved a VIP tour of Spooky World Presents: Nightmare New England, in Litchfield, NH.

Spooky World Presents: Nightmare New England, located in Litchfield, NH, may be the longest running and most dedicated haunted Halloween attraction New England has ever seen. It’s where drunken clowns, the living dead, and bloody mass-murderers rule the night. Continue reading “Haunted houses scream entertainment”

Living legend skypes about voting

By Allison Nekola – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Photo by Allison Nekola Students gathered in Rosen Auditorium to have a Skype session with Congressman John Lewis, an important and inspirational leader from the Civil Rights Movement.
Photo by Allison Nekola
Students gathered in Rosen Auditorium to have a Skype session with Congressman John Lewis, an important and inspirational leader from the Civil Rights Movement.

Congressman John Lewis, a leader of the Civil Rights Movement, Freedom Rider, and the youngest speaker at 1963’s March on Washington, skyped with students on October 8 in Rosen Auditoruim to discuss the impor- tance of voting and the fight for voting rights in modern America.

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Millennials continue to “feel the Bern”

By Allison Nekola & Kayla Dougherty – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff

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Photo by Allison Nekola Senator of Vermont, socialist Bernie Sanders, is running on the Democratic side for the 2016 Presidential election. Free swag was given out at Sanders rallies across the Boston area.

Bernie Sanders, senator of Vermont, dubbed the “surprise threat” at the first Demo- cratic Debate, hosted the largest ever Democratic presidential rally on October 3 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center to promote his presidential candidacy. His progressive policies helped his campaign gain momentum. Sanders is running for the 2016 Presidential election as a Democrat, but is a socialist.

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Laser Nation: Special Alumni Edition

By Krista DeJulio, Allie Nekola and Megan Palumbo – Co-Editor-In-Chiefs and 1851 Staff

“1851 Chronicle” reporters Krista DeJulio, Allie Nekola with Megan Palumbo editing, experienced Family, Friends and Alumni weekend. This event is a chance for Lasers of all ages to connect and enjoy Lasell in the fall. Check out what past classmates have to say as 1851 staff members Krista DeJulio, Allie Nekola and Megan Palumbo chased down Laser alum opinions.

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

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Photos by Natalie Kfoury

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. Continue reading “O’Hara’s is the perfect spot for tasty food and fine crafty brews”

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