Villager connections are crucial

By Alexandra White – 1851 Contributor

Last year I interviewed Charlotte Winslow, a Lasell Village resident with a deep knowledge of education and the community. Before this experience, I didn’t know much about Lasell Village. After attending a few Village events, and learning more about the residents, I wondered, why aren’t Lasell students more involved with the Village? Lasell Village and its residents provide on-campus employment opportunities for students, career advice, and can improve students’ experiences at Lasell. 

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Students connect with Lasell Villagers in career panel

By Kait Bedell – News Editor

Lasell Village panelists open up a discussion about various career paths in the Lasell Village Dining Hall. Photo by Kait Bedell

Lasell saw its first Village Career Panel on February 11 in the Village Dining Hall. The event was run by the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Student Alumni Association (SAA), which brought together Lasell students and villagers for an open discussion about different career paths.  

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Spring semester events preview

By Hanna Babek – 1851 Contributor 

First-years graphic design major and Vice President Erin Tilley (left), fashion media and marketing major and Creative Director Amelia Capron (middle), and fashion design major and President Jaylin Brown (right) at the spring activities fair. Photo courtesy of Erin Tilley

Students can look forward to a semester full of events and activities from the many clubs on campus, including some new organizations such as the Lasell Black Students Association and Alternative Arts. 

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Charlotte Winslow: Lasell’s liveliest Villager

By Rayana Petrone & Alexandra White – 1851 Contributors

Charlotte enjoying a treat at a reception for artists at Lasell Village. 
Photo courtesy of Charlotte Winslow.

Lasell Village, the living and learning community here on campus for those over the age of 65, is home to an average of 225 residents. Of those residents, one who stands out is Charlotte Lindgren Winslow. 

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Editor’s Corner – Stay safe Lasers

By Claire Crittendon & Katie PetersEditors-in-Chief

Katie Peters and Claire Crittendon smile underneath mask as they stand six feet apart.
Photo by Ruth Kehinde

Boston College, Harvard and Boston University: what do all these schools have in common? These universities in the Boston area all have started the school year with relatively high cases of COVID-19. According to the New York Times as of Sept 25, BC currently has 86 cases, Harvard has 43 cases and BU has 83 cases.

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“Reactions” provokes thoughts

By Pavel Zlatin – 1851 Staff 

Brianna Tepper’s “Reactions” was displayed in the Wedeman Art Gallery from November 4-8 and featured pieces from emerging artists in the area. Photo courtesy of Vladimir Zimakov

On Saturday, November 4, Brianna Tepper’s exhibit titled “Reactions” opened at the Wedeman Art Gallery. The artist’s reception featured various performers who shared their poems, songs, and stories with the audience.  Continue reading ““Reactions” provokes thoughts”

Travel ban hits home for the Lasell community

By Ryan Fitzgerald, Tristan Davis, Armando Machado Jr. & Lane Sulzer – Co-Editor-in-Chief, Features Editor & 1851 Staff

By now, most members of the Lasell community are aware of the travel ban currently being placed in the United States. In some cases, people within the Lasell community feel personally affected. 

Max Michelson is a Holocaust survivor living in Lasell Village. Originally from Latvia, he immigrated to America in 1947. Photo by Michael Bueno

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