With colorful leaves, crisp air, hot apple cider and one night of the year that allows you to be anything you want, October is surely a favorable month. Whether you love participating in Halloween activities or prefer simply staying in to watch a marathon of festive movies, this listicle has something for everyone:
It’s been a little over a month since I started here at Lasell. I’m just your typical freshman – I live in Woodland, dread waking up for my 8 a.m. and eat the same foods from the dining hall. I also have a little bit of a Red Bull addiction. I’m not complaining though! It’s been a fun, busy and tiring month but we all made it and we’re doing pretty well so far. Here’s the top three ways my life breaks down these days:
Boston offers a variety of sights and events around the holiday season, including ice skating, holiday tree lighting ceremonies, and performances such as Elf the Musical at the Wang Theatre. Photo by Michael Bueno
Looking for something to do on your day off this winter? Check out these fun activities to do in the Boston area! More…
By Leanne Signoriello and Brian Cohen – Features Editor and 1851 Staff
Coolidge Corner Theatre is located at 290 Harvard Street in Brookline. Photo by Leanne Signoriello
As the seasons change from summer to fall, so do the activities in the Boston area. Beach trips turn into haunted house visits and pumpkins start growing. There is always something to do in Boston, while also enjoying New England’s most picturesque season.
Chance the Rapper put on an unforgettable show in Boston on Thursday, September 29. Photo by Ryan Fitzgerald.
By Ryan Fitzgerald –Co-Editor-in-Chief
The second he stepped onstage of the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion amphitheater, Chance the Rapper had a stronghold on the sold out crowd eagerly waiting to hear the music sensation. Donning his signature ‘3’ baseball cap, the 23-year-old’s presence offers such a welcoming, vibrant, and positive energy that it can fill a venue as soon as he walks in. He certainly did just that on Thursday, September 29, when his Magnificent Coloring World Tour came to Boston.
“1851 Chronicle” features editor, Tristan Davis brings you bi-weekly updates about news and events happening at Lasell College and in the Greater Boston area including Boston’s Ugly Sweater Run, Professor Guzman’s class teaching young kids Spanish basics and the annual symposium announcement. We at “The 1851 Chronicle” wish everyone a safe, happy and healthy holiday season and look forward to bringing you the news next semester.
“1851 Chronicle” features editor, Tristan Davis brings you bi-weekly updates about news and events happening at Lasell College and in the Greater Boston area including new hire Woodrow Reese as Director of Residential Life, upcoming shows at the House of Blues and the turnout of the GNAC women’s soccer.