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.
“1851 Chronicle” features editor, Tristan Davis introduces his official title to his podcast series, Chronicle’d. On this episode he brings you bi-weekly updates about news and events happening at Lasell College and in the Greater Boston area including Family, Friends and Alumni weekend activities, sports highlights of star players, Matt Damon’s performance in “The Martian” and upcoming events on campus. Background music was “Island in the Sun” by Weezer.
“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 coverage on the new head of the Donahue Institute, Jesse Tauriac; the annual town meeting, Boston’s arts and entertainment scene, and upcoming events on campus.
Here is an 1851 Chronicle-curated list of upcoming concerts. We tried to find the best deals for those on a low college budget.
Hunter Hayes (country)
House of Blues- Boston, MA (take T to Ken more, five minute walk from station, venue is right across the street from Fenway Park) Wednesday, October 1, doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets: start at $25.00 More…
From left: A scenic shot of Boston, the front deck of Lasell’s Keever House. Photos by Catrina Joki.
The 1851 Chronicle is proud to showcase these beautiful photographs submitted by senior graphic design major Catrina Joki. To submit your photographs of Lasell, Boston, or anything else you want to share for our website and social media, tag your Instagrams with #1851Chronicle or email photos to Natalie Kfoury at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our favorite photos may appear in the paper as well!
As the sports editor for The 1851 Chronicle I try to be objective in my writing. Since print is permanent, I don’t want to write anything that’ll make me seem narrow-minded, biased, or just plain stupid. But if it weren’t for the passionate sports fan inside me, I wouldn’t be holding this position today.
So who is that passionate sports fan I speak of? For starters, he isn’t anything special. I stand at a staggering 5’6” and weigh a little more than I should. Back in high school, I played baseball and wrestled. I’m not a great athlete; I can’t throw an effective spiral, nor can I pitch a curveball. Fun fact: I’ve never hit a homerun at any level of baseball.
Because my “skill” was short lived, I resorted to fanhood. I’m a Boston sports fan (Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins) and enjoy seeing the underdog win. There are some things, however, that might seem unusual for a Boston sport fan. More…