A beginner’s guide to Boston Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

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Fenway Park is one of Boston’s greatest and most historical sites and offers tours year-round. Photo by Krista DeJulio

Living 20 minutes from one of the most historical, and young-spirited cities in America is a blessing for college students. Boston is known as the Walking City and for good reason. It’s easy to walk from Fenway Park to the North End, to the harbor. It’s fun to bar hop, find a new museum, or to just take a walk and find something new.

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Athletic training program renders huge success Reply

By Krista DeJulio & Nick Crane – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff

The athletic training (AT) program is one of the most raved about majors the school offers. It is a growing major that gives students the knowledge to provide emergency care and injury provision to both athletes and patients alike. AT provides students with experience outside the classroom through clinical hours, its version of an internship.

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Student-led discussion and campaign new to campus Reply

By Krista DeJulio & Haleigh West – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff 

Common hours were extended on Tuesday, December 1 in de Witt Hall for the panel discussion, Issues of Diversity & Inclusion: The Student Experience. The panel was led by six students, Vice President of Academic Affairs Jim Ostrow, and Director of the Donahue Institute and professor of psychology Jesse Tauriac.

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(L-R) Sophomores Patrick Rocchio and Korinne Früster, with junior Chloe Howard, led a discussion on Tuesday, December 1. Photo by Krista DeJulio

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Laser Nation: Talks Politics 2

By Krista DeJulio, Megan Palumbo and Brandi Johnson – Co-Editor-In-Chief and 1851 Staff

Since this is the season of politics, the Laser Nation film crew asked students around campus about politics, the debates, and the new candidates. Check out what they had to say when 1851 staff members Krista DeJulio, Megan Palumbo, and Brandi Johnson chased down Laser opinions.

Laser Spotlight: Nick Lucido Reply

By Samantha Plumley – 1851 Staff

Junior Nick Lucido, co-captain of the rugby team has been infatuated with the sport since discovering it on a Nickelodeon cartoon. Destined for athletics, he experimented until he found his perfect match. The club ended its season for the semester on Sunday, November 1 after tying a match with Castleton State College in Vermont.  

What is your first memory of playing a sport? What inspired you to play?

T-ball. I was on the Twins. That was the team all the kids that lived in the center of the city played on. Everyone in my family has played sports and always will. It’s not really a choice.

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La Catrina delights Brighton Reply

By Krista DeJulio & Leanne Signoriello – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff

Photo by Krista DeJulio La Catrina is located at 1620 Commonwealth Ave in Brighton.

Photo by Krista DeJulio
La Catrina is located at 1620 Commonwealth Ave in Brighton.

In an area surrounded by college stu- dents and young professionals, Brighton is the perfect spot for Mexican restaurant, La Catrina. The restaurant, located at 1620 Commonwealth Ave, is right off the Washington Street T stop on the Boston College line.

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Glass Animals impress crowd Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Photo by Krista DeJulio Glass Animals, a British indie-rock band played at House of Blues Boston Saturday, October 17 to a wild crowd.

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Glass Animals, a British indie-rock band played at House of Blues Boston Saturday, October 17 to a wild crowd.

Going into a Glass Animals concert, I didn’t know what to expect. I had been planning on going to the concert only a week before it happened so I wasn’t familiar with their music at all. I listened to their debut album non-stop the week before the show so I could recognize myself with their songs and sing along during the show.

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Editor’s Corner: Scarier than Halloween Reply

By Krista DeJulio – Co-Editor-in-Chief

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I have a bad habit of telling really terrible jokes and sometimes find myself telling my friends to smile or to lighten up when they don’t laugh at my jokes. It doesn’t surprise me when people don’t laugh, but I surprise myself when I tell people to actually laugh at my jokes. When did I turn into my worst nightmare?

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