By Morgan VanWickler – Art Director
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…
By Megan Palumbo – International Correspondent
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.
By Leanne Signoriello and Brian Cohen – Features Editor and 1851 Staff
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.
By Leanne Signoriello & Paris Adams – Features Editor and 1851 Staff
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…
By Armando Machado Jr. – 1851 Staff
Several new full-time faculty and staff members have joined the Lasell community this year.
By Ryan Fitzgerald – Co-Editor-in-Chief
To many who spend a week or two on the Cape during the summer, the peninsula is a haven for beaches, ice cream, pastel shorts, and relaxing times with a view of the sunset. For those who call the Cape home year-round; it is known for hard-working summers crowded with tourists, annual local events like OysterFest, and local small businesses and brands. Cape Fifteen is a perfect example.
Kyle Rumberger (L) and Shane MacNeill (R) stand with their Cape Fifteen gear at LoveLocal Fest in Hyannis. Photo Courtesy of Shane MacNeill
By Megan Palumbo – Sports Editor
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is the process of building a three dimensional solid object from a digital file. About two years ago, Lasell’s Information Technology department (LIT) introduced this new machinery to the school with the help of Helpdesk Coordinator, Thomas Connors.
The IT department, located in the basement of Winslow, is now offering 3D printing to students. Photo by Megan Palumbo
By Ryan Fitzgerald & Tristan Davis – Co-Editor-in-Chief & Features Editor
This month’s election featured a ballot question that’s caused quite the stir of mixed reactions among voters in Massachusetts. The proposed law (which has now been passed) will legally allow individuals over 21 years of age to use, possess, and grow marijuana. Massachusetts was joined by California and Nevada to be the three states to legalize marijuana on November 8. Recreational marijuana is now legal in seven states and in our nation’s capital.
Medical marijuana advocate Lester Grinspoon, 89, sits in his office at Lasell Village. Photo by Ryan Fitzgerald