Psychology club raises funds for Elliot House Reply

By Mackenzie Dineen – Arts Editor

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On Wednesday, November 8, the Psychology Club held a bake sale outside of Valentine Dining Hall to raise money for the Elliot House, a Needham clubhouse that assists adults with mental illness with employment, housing, and other resources. The sale raised $163 and was a balanced effort between club leaders Kira Corredine (sitting above) and Kelly Jones. More…

Relay for Life reveals Disney theme Reply

By Mackenzie Dineen – Arts Editor

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Relay For Life hosted the annual kickoff event on November 14, where they announced the theme for this year’s event would be Disney. Photo by Mackenzie Dineen

Relay for Life hosted their annual kick-off event on Tuesday, November 14 in the Arnow Campus Center. The event allowed groups to sign up at a discounted rate for that evening only, although tickets are available from now until the Relay for Life event, and will increase in price by increments. The event was complete with balloons, music, cake, and of course, a large body of students in attendance. The club also revealed the Disney theme for the anticipated 2018 relay season. More…

Winter must-dos in Boston metro Reply

By Cassidy Murray – Sports Editor

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Boston offers a variety of sights and events around the holiday season, including ice skating, holiday tree lighting ceremonies, and performances such as Elf the Musical at the Wang Theatre. Photo by Michael Bueno

Looking for something to do on your day off this winter? Check out these fun activities to do in the Boston area! More…

Public relations students gather for first club meeting Reply

By Gregory Camillone – Contributing Writer

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Members of the public relations club lean in to discuss their semester goals. Photo by Gregory Camillone.

On Thursday, Oct. 5, students gathered in the Donahue Center for Creative and Applied Arts for the first Public Relations Club meeting of the year.

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Clothesline Project honors survivors Reply

By Morgan VanWickler – Art Director

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The shirts made by survivors as part of the Clothesline Project were displayed at Arnow Quad and the Glow Lounge. Photo by Morgan VanWickler

In October 1981, the first “Day of Unity” was held by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, which was later converted into Domestic Violence Awareness month in 1987. The month is dedicated to supporting survivors with getting the help and healing they need. More…

Studying in South Africa embodies growth Reply

By Megan Palumbo – International Correspondent

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Junior Megan Palumbo has spent time hiking mountain trails, including Jonkershoek Nature Reserve, while studying abroad in South Africa. Photo by Megan Palumbo.

When I decided I was studying abroad in South Africa I got questions like, “Why did you choose this random country?” “Why wouldn’t you go to Italy?” “Don’t you think it’s unsafe to go to South Africa because you’re a girl?” “Are you going to come back with Ebola?”. I felt like each question got more and more ridiculous, but regardless I received so much support and love before I embarked on this crazy adventure.

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Changing of the seasons: a fall Boston to-do guide Reply

By Leanne Signoriello and Brian CohenFeatures Editor and 1851 Staff 

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Coolidge Corner Theatre is located at 290 Harvard Street in Brookline. Photo by Leanne Signoriello

As the seasons change from summer to fall, so do the activities in the Boston area. Beach trips turn into haunted house visits and pumpkins start growing. There is always something to do in Boston, while also enjoying New England’s most picturesque season.

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Further success for “Fashion and Satire” exhibit Reply

By Leanne Signoriello & Paris Adams Features Editor and 1851 Staff

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Photo courtesy of Jill Carey

Upon passing under the inviting red awning of The Society of Illustrators, gallery goers are drawn in by the prominent fashion on display, and the comical illustrations that accompany them. Through the unique descriptions of each piece, attendees are given an insight into how artists Orson Byron Lowell and Charles Dana Gibson viewed the lifestyle of the American elite in the 20th century. More…