By Marissa Gugala & Casey Dibari – News Editor & Opinion Editor
Marketing Manager of Chartwells Lusine Baghsarian hosted focus group meetings regarding students’ reception of dining hall staff and its food on Tuesday, March 26 and Thursday, March 28 in the Crow’s Nest of Valentine Dining Hall.
Marissa Gugala – News Editor
Students have been complaining about Star Market’s high prices and subpar food quality for a while. With the shuttle only going to Star Market on weekends, it would be more beneficial to take students to Market Basket in Waltham instead.
By Dana Sutcliffe – 1851 Staff
Looking to spend St. Patrick’s Day somewhere a little more festive this year? South Boston is a prideful community full of cultural festivities, a thriving bar scene, local food favorites and the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. So whether you’re just looking to grab a drink with friends or simply relax with some bar food classics, take a look at the list below and have a safe and exciting holiday!
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By Emily Carroll – Contributing Writer
Lasell offers numerous options available for food on campus, and it is easy to find a suitable breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack anywhere on campus. The photos presented here highlight various dining choices that the Lasell community can access, such as the Valentine Dining Hall, Einstein’s Bagels, “Take 3” in the Glow Lounge, and the newly innovated campus Starbucks. All photos by Emily Carroll.
Valentine Dining Hall’s tater tots and eggs are usually a breakfast favorite among students.
Jessica Pascucci (left) and Christina Green (right) sample the Saudi Arabian cuisine offered at lunch in Valentine Dining Hall.
Chartwell employees put in a lot of time and detail when preparing omelettes in the Valentine Dining Hall.
Elizabeth Savikas uses the touch screen fountain to get some Coca- Cola at the Valentine dining hall.
Students wait in line for tater tots at breakfast in Valentine Dining Hall.
The Glow Lounge in Winslow Academic Center continuously restocks their food options weekly .
Students wait anxiously in the long line at the new on-campus Starbucks in the Science and Technology Center.
Einstein Bros Bagels, located in Arnow Campus Center, is one of the dining options where students can use their dining dollars to purchase bagels, sandwiches, coffee, and a “Take 3” meal.
The coffee selection at Einstein’s helps get students through the day.
Einstein’s restocks their bagel and pastry options regularly after the morning rush.
A student opens up an egg and cheese on a bagel from Einstein’s in Arnow Campus Center.
By Mackenzie Dineen, Morgan Vanwickler, Thomas Baker – Arts Editor, Art Director, 1851 Staff
Chartwells has a variety of options and is 70 to 80 percent gluten-free at all times. Photo by Michael Bueno
On July 1, Lasell College officially welcomed its newest dining service, Chartwells Food Service, replacing the previous food service, Sodexo.
By Samantha Plumley – 1851 Staff
On sunny spring days, yuppies in the Seaport District leave their beige cubicles in search of the latest trendy restaurant. The parade of polished professionals mosey to by CHLOE. The menu is comprised of aesthetically pleasing vegan and kosher dishes.
Domino’s and Dragon Chef are two poplar off-campus dining choices. (Photo by Lindsay Tavarozzi)
Lindsay Tavarozzi – 1851 Staff
Dining hall food can be great, but some- times ordering takeout is exactly what a stu- dent needs. Whether it’s Chinese food, deli, or Italian, the possibilities are unlimited. Newton offers a variety of places within prox- imity to the Lasell campus, most of them without a delivery charge.
Chinese food is a common option for college students. Moise Michel, a senior said he prefers Lily’s Kitchen’s Chinese food. “I like to switch things up often, but somehow I always end up getting Chinese and Lily’s is my favorite,” said Michel. Lily’s Kitchen is located in Waltham, MA and serves traditional Chinese dishes.
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