By Michael Bueno & Casey DiBari – 1851 Staff
Lasell College’s Symposium concert on December 6, 7:30 p.m. in Yamawaki Auditorium will offer a wide variety of music for everyone to enjoy while also showcasing the work of several music ensembles on campus. More…
By Casey Dibari – 1851 Staff
This year, Lasell has welcomed eight new full-time professors as well as new department chairs. While some are new to the college, others are only new to the role of full-time professors. More…
By Krista Dejulio and Casey Dibari – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff
On February 26, Netflix aired the highly anticipated “Fuller House,” a series focusing on D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure), now Fuller, trying to do what her dad did 28 years ago – raise three kids all by herself. Like her father be- fore her, D.J. is not alone.
Photo Courtesy of IMDB
By Tristan Davis, Megan Palumbo, Allie Talarico, & Casey DiBari – Features, Sports Editors, & 1851 Staff
“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” opened February 5. Photo courtesy of IMDb
“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” – February 5
In this genre-bending reanimation of a classic Jane Austen novel written in 1813, “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” seamlessly combines the majesty of early 19th century English society with the blood-curdling action of horror and science fiction. Austen’s main characters, plot points, and love interests remain the same, despite the added nuisance of the undead. Lily James (“Cinderella”) plays protagonist Elizabeth Bennet, who wields daggers while wearing dresses, replaces garters with zombie guts, and leads her sisters through battle without once surrendering her grace and propriety. Based on the novel of the same name by Seth Grahame-Smith, the movie “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” is directed by Burr Steers. – A. Talarico
By Shapleigh Webster, Casey DiBari, & Brian Ives – Copy Editor, 1851 Staff, & Contributing Writer
On January 15, just before the spring semester started, an email was sent to the student body stating, “[t]he possession and use of hoverboards, self-balancing/battery-operated scooters, and hands-free segways is prohibited on Lasell College and Lasell Village property and/or in any College or Village owned or operated buildings.”
By Casey DiBari – 1851 Staff
Photo courtesy of Courtney Braman
The field hockey team participated in the annual Light the Night Walk in Boston Common. This was the team’s second time walking to help fund leukemia and lymphoma treatment.
On October 8, the Lasell College field hockey team participated in the annual Light the Night Walk in Boston Common. Light the Night is a fundraising campaign benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in raising money to find cures for blood cancers.