By Katie Peters, Emma Ingenohl & Josh Wolmer– Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributors
Upon arriving back to campus this semester, resident students were faced with new regulations surrounding dining hall procedures. The biggest change being each student is allowed only one styrofoam take-out container per meal swipe, along with side containers for sauces, fruit, soups, etc.
By Katie Peters & Claire Crittendon – Editors-in-Chief
Content warning: domestic and sexual violence
In the past two months, two large social justice based events occurred on campus to support survivors of sexual and domestic violence courtesy of Professor Raye’s CJ303: Domestic Violence Advocacy course: The Clothesline Project and Take Back the Night.
By Katie Peters & Madison Raffone– Arts Editor & Copy Editor
Students and faculty celebrated the Chinese New Year in Valentine Dining Hall on Friday, January 24 with traditional Chinese cuisine, dumpling making demonstrations and other celebratory activities. This event came one day before the actual Chinese New Year on January 25. According to the Chinese zodiac, 2020 is the year of the rat.
When swiping your torch card, there was a glass bowl of red envelopes filled with a decorative card and a fortune, a theme of red and gold was sprinkled around the dining hall. Chinese lanterns with trivia questions attached hung from the ceiling above where traditional Chinese dishes were served. Recipes inspired by influential Chinese chefs included boneless spare ribs, Chinese pork roast, and Asian beef and broccoli stir fry.
There was an array of food options, including vegan seitan steak, pepper pecans, and teriyaki mushrooms. Flyers advertising the event were posted around Arnow Campus Center and Valentine Dining Hall.
Guests were also invited to make dumplings with the instruction of senior Betty Song. She demonstrated how to carefully construct the dough pouches to be filled with either meat or vegetables. Dumplings made by guests were cooked to be enjoyed by those who made them.
Those who didn’t get the chance to make their own dumplings still had the opportunity to try some. Steamed dumplings were made and served during the lunch buffet with options of vegan and meat.
“It made me really happy to see an activity where students and professors can explore other cultures different from what they’re used to when eating at the dining hall,” said first-year Joshua Varghese after attending the event and enjoying the vegan food options.
By Casey Dibari & Rosa Del Carmen Gomez– Opinion Editor & 1851 Staff
Tortilla chips, dip, and various mocktails that were up for grabs at the speak- easy. The food and drinks helped set the tone of the event.
(Left to Right) The Class of 2023’s student board who hosted the event for the night: Samantha Vega-Torres, Michael Woo, Hannah Booth, Mahima Patel. The four first-year students organized this event to raise money for their Class Giving Challenge.
Students participate in the murder-mystery during the Mocktail Speakeasy event on the top floor of the Arnow Campus Center.
On January 29, the Class of 2023 Committee hosted a 1920s-style Mocktail and Murder Mystery night for their Class Giving Challenge. The event was held on the second floor of the Arnow Campus center from 8-10 p.m. and was led by Secretary Samantha Vega-Torres.
On Nov. 12, the Public Relations Alliance (PRA) hosted the second annual professional panel on the first floor of the Arnow Campus Center, creating a networking and learning opportunity with communication professionals from various industries for students at Lasell.
By Adam Hallenbeck, Katie Peters & Elliette Barrows – Sports Editor, Arts Editor & 1851 Staff
Former Vine star Nick Colletti was welcomed by a massive crowd at Arnow on Oct. 5 for a live comedy show. Held in conjunction with Campus Activities Board (CAB), this event had people lining up hours before Colletti was scheduled to take the stage.