“It’s Gone to Your Head” Review

By Abi Brown & Rachel Shepard – Arts Editor & Copy Editor

From April 6 to 16, in the Wedeman Art Gallery located in Yamawaki Center for the Arts, was its latest exhibit, cleverly titled “It’s Gone To Your Head.” 

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DECA chapter places at Nationals

By Abi Brown – Arts Editor

(L-R First-year Bianca Almeida, junior Victoria Savluk, sophomore Meaghan Csongor, sophomore Charles Anderson, sophomore Jillian Nangle, first-year Spencer Villinski, and junior Kim Nguyen) showcasing multiple awards won by Lasell’s DECA team at their International Career Development Conference (ICDC) this month. Photo courtesy Catharine Weiss

This month, Lasell’s DECA chapter took home multiple awards at their first ICDC (International Career Development Conference) collegiate conference in Baltimore, Maryland. 

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Tiny Desk makes a big comeback

By Alexandra White – Opinion Editor

The Tiny Desk Concerts are coming back to the spring Symposium. The Tiny Desk is based on National Public Radio’s (NPR) Tiny Desk, which features musicians performing for audiences in a small room. Lasell’s Tiny Desk will be online again this year with on-campus musicians performing using NPR’s Tiny Desk Zoom background.

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Welcome to the McMullen Museum of Art

By Claire Crittendon & Ava NeelyCo-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributor

Use this scannable QR code to view the McMullen Museum of Art website.

Just over four miles away is the McMullen Museum of Art, owned and operated by Boston College. Open to all who wear masks, this museum “aims to cultivate learning, celebrate artistic excellence, explore the visual traditions of diverse cultures, and inspire transdisciplinary faculty and student research based on the visual arts” according to its website.

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Pat’s party playlist

By Pat Carbone – 1851 Contributor

Graphic by Pat Carbone

Now I understand that many of you might not like these songs in general or don’t consider them party songs. But that’s why the playlist title is “Pat’s Party Playlist” and not “Your Party Playlist.” Listed below is a quick list of some of my favorite party songs. If you enjoy the playlist, or at least a few of the songs featured, find the playlist on Spotify here

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