Lituation energizes campus with culture Reply

By Ruth KehindeDigital Editor

On Oct. 17, Lasell University’s Pulse Dance Team and Multicultural Student Union (MSU) merged together to create an event, “Thirsty Thursday Lituation,” in DeWitt Hall. This campus-wide event was designed to have students and guests come together to enjoy themselves on a Thursday night.

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Domino’s (Pizza) effect is not what you would expect Reply

Adam Hallenbeck & Taylor VilesSports Editor & 1851 Staff

Domino’s is back! At least for Lasell University, that is. The campus is now receiving Domino’s delivery for the first time in several years, as the restaurant’s Newton location reopened for business in July after remodeling. The Chronicle sampled the revamped Domino’s to see whether the new delivery service is worth its own hype.

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Spoken word artist slams Arnow Reply

By Claire Crittendon & Casey DiBariFeatures Editor & Opinion Editor

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Sophomore Yadira Medina tells the audience a fun fact during Jinahe’s spoken performance. Photo by Katie Peters

On Oct. 15, Campus Activities Board (CAB) hosted spoken word artist Jinahie on the first floor of Arnow. The event was attended by around 15 people.

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Glossier pops up in Boston’s Seaport Reply

By Katie Peters & Rachel ShepardArts Editor & 1851 Staff

From Aug. 7 to Oct. 4, Bostonians walking along the Seaport’s Northern Ave. could visit Glossier’s pop-up shop. This was the online-based shop’s third pop-up of the year, others located in Miami and Seattle. Each pop-up was inspired by the city they were housed in.

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Knock, knock, knockin’ on Plant Ops’ door Reply

Casey DiBari & Hannah SmithOpinion Editor & 1851 Staff

Students returned to campus, no doubt excited to be with their friends again, start classes and see where they’d be living for the next school year. But for some, that excitement may have deflated when they saw the condition of their housing.

Water damage. Paint damage. Missing closet doors. This is just some things heard or seen when school started up again. Some of the residence halls and houses had various damage, which soured the mood of move-in day for some returning students. While these damages can be brushed off and accepted, it can still ruin the feel of a room.

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Baker loses cool over Juul Reply

Casey DiBariOpinion Editor

When I entered my first year, one of the first questions my one roommate asked was,“is it okay if I vape in the room?” Me, naive, just starting college, had no idea what she was talking about so, I said yes. After she moved out of the room, I was sure that was the last time I would ever hear about vaping. Clearly, I was wrong.

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Connecting culture & careers Reply

By Skylar Diamond – 1851 Staff

Spring semester is nearly over, and it’s either a one-way ticket to relief or an all access pass to more stress. Seniors, specifically, have to start thinking about what is going to happen after they graduate. On April 10, five speakers from various jobs came to Lasell to present different possibilities for students to consider after they graduate.

Mass Transit freezes social conflicts Reply

By Holly Feola – 1851 Staff

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Students sharing their thoughts on the performance during a “freeze” moment. Photo courtesy of Jesse Tauriac.

On April 8-9 Mass Transit Street Theater and Video (MTSTV ) and Lasell student actors held interactive performances in Brennan Library to educate students on social issues that may arise in their everyday lives. Attendees included students, faculty and administrators from the community.

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