Swedish singer Zara Larsson released her twelve-track LP “Poster Girl” on March 5. Besides Larsson, there are some great songwriters on this album like Julia Michaels, Ian Kirkpatrick, Marshmello, etc. Here’s a list of some tracks to listen to.
With more and more Americans getting their vaccines, there is a joy in the air, and spring/summer fashion is following suit. Though there will still be plenty of lounge and casual wear, bold colors and prints are back in style, and experimentation with accessories and shoes is already being seen. Early 2000s style is coming back around and these fashion trends will keep you fitted from March to August.
For years, the color brown, in regards to fashion and clothing, has been shunned and rejected. But that has completely changed. Brown is now one of the hottest colors in the fashion world. Some people are embracing the trend while others are left wondering how to style brown clothing pieces. Here are five stylish and relatively easy ways to incorporate the color into your wardrobe.
By Katie Peters, Emma Ingenohl & Josh Wolmer– Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributors
Upon arriving back to campus this semester, resident students were faced with new regulations surrounding dining hall procedures. The biggest change being each student is allowed only one styrofoam take-out container per meal swipe, along with side containers for sauces, fruit, soups, etc.
By Audrey Abbate, Angela Hayes& Emma Ingenohl– 1851 Contributors
At Lasell, a major new adoption is the flex class format. Flex classes are made up of resident, commuter, and remote students with resident and commuter students coming to class in-person, while their remote peers join via Zoom. This new class format is to promote equity in the learning environment and to cater to both students and professors who were given the option to remain at home last semester and this one alike.
By Katie Peters, Emma Ingenohl & Kait Bedell– Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff
At 11:25 a.m. on November 7, four days after election day, The Associated Press called Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the projected President-Elect and Vice President-Elect of The United States. Since the announcement, there has been significant push-back from the Trump Administration as well as the Republican Party. Before the polls opened, there was talk of fraudulent votes, curing and other ill practices.