Campus Sweetheart: Betty Song Reply

Jessica Spillane- 1851 Staff

Betty “Xiaomin” Song, 20, is no stranger to Lasell College. Betty gets herself involved wherever she can and loves to make an impression on people. On campus, Betty is a second year RA in East Hall, works for Blue Key Society and loves to participate in Empty Bowls and Relay for Life. Before studying abroad in Switzerland, last semester, Betty was the international representation in Student Government Association. Betty is a Communications major with a concentration in entertainment media.

Q: Where are you from and how often do you go home?

A: I am from Guangzhou, China. I go home during summer and winter breaks. The flight is 16-17 hours. I came to America for the first time for my senior year of high school which was 2015. I moved in with my host family in East Lyme, Connecticut.

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5 Questions Every College Student Will Be Asked This Thanksgiving Reply

By Hannah Akerly – 1851 Staff

We all love holiday breaks and a little off-campus time to relieve ourselves from the stress of school. There’s truly no feeling like sleeping in your own bed and indulging in a home-cooked meal. With Thanksgiving right around the corner and the entire family waiting to see you after a hiatus, there’s bound to be questions at the dinner table. So pass the stuffing and drench your mashed potatoes with gravy – things are about to get interesting.

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First Year Pulls Back the Curtain Reply

By Khiandra Brown

My first impression of Lasell was fairly different from others. The reason I say this is because my very first time visiting the campus was the day of orientation! Yes, it’s true. I paid my deposit, didn’t attend accepted student day and orientation was my first time seeing the campus. Although it was pretty risky, I’m so glad I made the decision to attend. I had so much fun during orientation; I made some great friends and even met my roommates. They are by far the sweetest people I’ve ever met!

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5 Ideas to Beat Your Spring Break Blues Reply

By Dana Sutcliffe – 1851 staff

So it’s finally that one week in March you’ve been waiting for, spring break! You find yourself being able to breathe again after the chaos of midterms and that stress headache that’s been bothering you since Monday is gone. Life is looking up but there’s still one thing on your mind…you’re stuck at home for break. Although it’s a bummer, staying local for the week isn’t the end of the world and it just means you have more time to save up for that next big adventure. Spring breaking at home can be fun if you make the best of it and with these 5 simple ideas, you’ll be on your way to enjoying the week just as much as your friends in Cancun…well almost as much!  More…