By Casey DiBari and Izzy Woods – 1851 Contributors
With the holidays right around the corner, we’re sure people are working on their favorite holiday recipes for this grand return after COVID. We’ve decided to share a few of our favorites holiday staples, and who knows, maybe it can be tried out at your family holiday dinner too.
With finals season coming up, students are gearing up to finish their semesters strong and enjoy the holiday break that follows. Usually around the time of finals students feel stress and anxiety. Final papers are typically weighted pretty heavily, and in some cases can be the difference between a final grade of an A and even a B-.
Family, friends and alumni flocked to campus from October 16 to 18 to reconnect with their loved ones within the Lasell community. This annual event was put on pause in 2020 to respect federal and state COVID-19 guidelines, but two weeks ago the Office of Student Activities launched three days of non-stop, in-person events.
By Casey DiBari & Claire Crittendon – 1851 Contributor & Editor in Chief
Halloween is in full swing once again this year, especially on campus. After a year filled with quarantining, tests and vaccinations, we know students are excited to have a night of fun, whether you’re going out with friends or staying on campus. However, we want to remember this year that along with making sure you’re being careful, make sure that your costumes aren’t going to offend other people in our community.
Early into my time at Lasell, my mother had me pose in front of the Lasell Village sign right by Arnow Campus Center, holding up a Laser Nation t-shirt we had just bought. It was meant to show everyone not just where I was, but who I was: a Laser, a Lasell girl now.
Photos Courtesy of the Office of Student Activities and Orientation
By Emily Long and Casey DiBari – Digital Editor and Opinion Editor
On Thursday, April 23, 2020, the Office of Student Activities and Orientation held the annual awards banquet. As a result of COVID-19 and a majority of Lasell students now residing off-campus, the awards banquet was held over Zoom. At its peak, 115 people viewed the virtual awards. Continue reading “Virtual Awards Banquet has unexpected positives”→
By Katie Peters and Casey DiBari – Arts Editor and Opinion Editor
Now that most of the world is stuck at home all day because of quarantine, it’s easy to get bored. Not being able to go out in public is something everyone is adjusting to – including the film industry. Movie theaters across the country have had to shut their doors for the time being until this pandemic subsides enough to hold public gatherings again. While movie premiers have been forced to make major adjustments, consumers have turned to streaming services as sources of entertainment.