By Casey Dibari – Opinion Editor
Food Network’s chef Jet Tila posing at Lasell College with his book, “101 Asian Dishes You
Need to Cook Before You Die.” Photo by Casey Dibari
On Feb. 26, Chartwells brought in Food Network chef Jet Tila as the first special guest chef this school year. Tila is famously known for appearing on Food Network shows such as “Chopped,” “Cutthroat Kitchen” and “Iron Chef America.” He also has authored several cookbooks, such as “101 Epic Dishes” and “101 Asian Dishes You Need to Cook Before You Die.”
By Marissa Gugala & Casey Dibari – News Editor & Opinion Editor
The marketing manager of Chartwells hosted focus group meetings regarding students’ reception of dining hall staff and its food on Tuesday, March 26 and Thursday, March 28 in the Crow’s Nest of Valentine Dining Hall.
Dana Sutcliffe – Digital Editor
It was 9:17 a.m. on a Monday. My sleepy eyes were still adjusting to daylight as I hustled through Valentine Dining Hall in search of something to eat. I checked my phone for the time and realized I would soon be late to my 9:30 a.m. class.
By Dana Sutcliffe & Olivia Angerosa – 1851 Staff
With the transition from Sodexo to Chartwells this academic year, Lasell has seen positive changes in the dining facilities across campus. For most, the Take 3 stations in Winslow and Einstein’s are convenient places to stop before class to grab a quick bite to eat. This relieves the stress of waking up early or rushing to and from the dining hall in between classes. More…
By Alex Balletto – Copy Editor
Chartwells is here. Can you tell? I can, but it’s not because things are different. In my eyes, Valentine is incomplete without the former general manager of Sodexo, Mairead Van Heest. I’m also not sure if the college sent her away properly – the students were never able to say goodbye and thank you.
By Mackenzie Dineen, Morgan Vanwickler, Thomas Baker – Arts Editor, Art Director, 1851 Staff
Chartwells has a variety of options and is 70 to 80 percent gluten-free at all times. Photo by Michael Bueno
On July 1, Lasell College officially welcomed its newest dining service, Chartwells Food Service, replacing the previous food service, Sodexo.