Calhoun debuts first novel, “Black Moon” Reply

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Emma Augustine – 1851 Staff

Kenneth Calhoun’s ability to multi-task is truly baffling. His office at Lasell reveals clues to how many talents he utilizes as a professor, graphic designer, author, musician, and film-maker. This month is especially exciting for Calhoun, whose first novel, “Black Moon,” was released in early March. “Black Moon” will now join the list of works that Calhoun has already published in magazines and short story anthologies.

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New music to check out Reply

 Emma AugustIne – 1851 Staff

Upon hearing 2013’s top tracks like Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Thrift Shop” and Katy Perry’s “Roar” for the thousandth time, it was time to dive into the music scene of 2014.

Navigating through many music festival line-ups and listening to countless jams, led to the discovery of some promising new singles from the early albums of 2014.
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An outsider’s perspective of Lasell 1

Emma Augustine – 1851 Staff

Throughout my childhood, “the college experience” was a term discussed at the dinner table, lectured about at school, and reflected by my older brother and sister. I was skeptical from the beginning of the application process about the stress and pressure that accompanies college. Senior year of high school I only applied to one school while my peers completed almost 13 applications. Convinced that I would not be accepted to my college of choice, I formulated a plan for a gap year. The fantastical gap year plan changed when I was, to my surprise, accepted to Connecticut College.   More…