A love letter to New England winter Reply

By Michael Bueno – Opinion Editor

Goodbye winter, old friend. I’m going to miss the quiet frosty mornings where I see my breath while the fresh layer of snow blows off the covered pine trees. Not many reap the joys of winter as much as they should, often times complaining after the second or third snowfall.  More…

Senior gives back to Puerto Rico Reply

By Megan Palumbo & Michael Bueno – Sports Editor & Opinion Editor

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Senior Nashalis Ayala raised $500 for Puerto Rico relief with her fundraiser last semester. Photo by Michael Bueno

On August 30, Hurricane Irma hit the island of Puerto Rico. Less than a month later another major storm, Hurricane Maria, overlapped Irma’s path, destroying everything in its way. Senior Nashalis Ayala was terrified when she heard the news. She immediately thought of her grandfather that was living in Dorado, Puerto Rico when the hurricanes came through.  More…

Students shoot for top place in NESN video competition Reply

By Michael Bueno & Shannon Hart – Opinion Editor & 1851 Staff

Lasell sophomore Allie Clancy and alumnus Greg Camillone qualified for season three of New England Sports Network’s (NESN) Next Producer video competition earlier this month. The competition allows college students the opportunity to film and submit short films related to sports and awards the top filmmaker a job opportunity with NESN and a $20,000 prize. More…

Student leaders recognized for excellence Reply

By Michael Bueno & Lane Sulzer – Junior Art Director & 1851 Staff

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A group of editors and faculty advisor Marie Franklin of The 1851 Chronicle receive the Organization of the Year award. Photo Courtesy of Emma Cipriani

On Thursday, April 13 Lasell recognized  and honored students, faculty, and staff for outstanding achievements made on campus throughout the 2016-17 academic year. Hosted by the Office of Student Activities, a committee of faculty members decided on awards including  Student Leader of the Year, the Lasell Bowl, and the Lasell Chair.

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Refugee discussion educates Village residents, students on immigration Reply

By Tristan Davis & Michael Bueno – Features Editor & Junior Art Director

Lasell Village residents, college faculty, and students filled the Lasell Village Ballroom on Thursday, February 2 to join Dr. Dana Janbek, Associate Professor of Public Relations, and Marc Jacobs, CEO of Jewish Family Service of Metro West for “Syrian Refugees: A Global and Local Perspective.” The event addressed current issues, including the recent travel ban on seven predominantly Muslim countries. The pair talked about Janbek’s research and Jacobs’ efforts on resettlement for refugees.  More…

Construction ahead of schedule on academic structure Reply

Take a look inside editor Ryan Fitzgerald and photographer Michael Bueno’s tour of the construction on the new academic building. The construction team is slightly ahead of schedule on the three story structure according to Vice President of Administration and Finance Diane Parker.

All photos by Michael Bueno.