Who says study music must be boring?

By Audrey Abbate1851 Contributor

A playlist, a background and headphones could be all you need to finish your work.
Photo by Audrey Abbate

Here’s 10 songs that can be found on Apple Music, Spotify, Youtube and Soundcloud to help you get through the rest of the spring semester. Whether it be for studying or simply winding down at the end of the day, these songs are just the right amount of calm.

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Flex classes: a mid-year review of online learning

By Audrey Abbate, Angela Hayes & Emma Ingenohl – 1851 Contributors

At Lasell, a major new adoption is the flex class format. Flex classes are made up of resident, commuter, and remote students with resident and commuter students coming to class in-person, while their remote peers join via Zoom. This new class format is to promote equity in the learning environment and to cater to both students and professors who were given the option to remain at home last semester and this one alike. 

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Sunny Auburndale Park Trail

By Audrey Abbate, Emily Walton & Naomi Kane1851 Contributor

Auburndale Park is a short walk from campus with a beautiful scenery of the Charles River; it didn’t seem to get the attention it deserves until now. With towering trees, swimming swans, and ducks, it’s a great place for a study break. Even just a mental break from the chaos will do some good for everyone’s health. This lengthy trail runs along the river with the sunset shining- no wonder why there’s been more Auburndale residents checking out the park lately.

Photos by Audrey Abbate, Emily Walton & Naomi Kane

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