O’Hara’s is the perfect spot for tasty food and fine crafty brews

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Photos by Natalie Kfoury

Natalie Kfoury and Allison Nekola – Co-Editors-in-Chief

O’Hara’s Food & Spirits (located at 1185 Walnut Street in Newton Highlands, easily accessible from the Newton Highlands T stop) is a delightfully inviting restaurant and pub that serves up tasty brews and delicious plates. Continue reading “O’Hara’s is the perfect spot for tasty food and fine crafty brews”

Editor’s Corner: Finding family in Charlotte

By Natalie Kfoury – Co-Editor-in-Chief

College has changed my life. In the past four years, I have started to become the person I want to be going off into the real world.  It has been a process that has taken a lot of time and personal progress. However, I recently went through a big change, all in one week, and I never thought that one week could change my life so much. I have my Alternative Spring Break (ASB) family to thank.

Continue reading “Editor’s Corner: Finding family in Charlotte”

Lasell announces commencement speaker

Judy Smith, crisis management expert and the inspiration behind “ Scandal,” is this year’s commencement speaker. (Photo courtesy of indiewire.com)
Judy Smith, crisis management expert and the inspiration behind “ Scandal,” is this year’s commencement speaker. (Photo courtesy of indiewire.com)

By Natalie KfouryCo-Editor-in-Chief

President Michael Alexander announced Judy Smith as the 2015 commencement speaker in a recent email to the Lasell community. Smith, an expert in crisis management and the inspiration behind the hit television show “Scandal,” will deliver the guest speaker address during Commencement on May 17.

Continue reading “Lasell announces commencement speaker”

“Lady of the Camellias” is a beautiful, heartbreaking work of art

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Photos by Gene Schiavone, courtesy of Boston Ballet

By Natalie Kfoury and Allison Nekola – Co-Editors-in-Chief

Boston Ballet’s current portrayal of Val Caniparoli’s “Lady of the Camellias,” running through March 8, is a beautiful, familiar story that fills the audience with emotion. The performance is extremely well executed on all fronts, making this a stunning visual experience that is easily remembered. Continue reading ““Lady of the Camellias” is a beautiful, heartbreaking work of art”

Bison County has a perfect menu for college students

t27X5VrgTEDqGqa3gnPW8kiYQLpBu_5Hp_ECa5xfWPY[1]

Bison County, located at 275 Moody Street, features an extensive and satisying beer menu. The restaurant’s food menu is filled with delicious plates, ideal for any taste.  (Photos by Natalie Kfoury and Kristina Kaufmann)
Bison County, located at 275 Moody Street, features an extensive and satisying beer menu. The restaurant’s food menu is filled with delicious
plates, ideal for any taste. (Photos by Natalie Kfoury and Kristina Kaufmann)

By Natalie Kfoury & Allison NekolaCo-Editors-in-Chief

Bison County, located on Moody Street in Waltham, has everything a college student could want. From diverse and delicious drink and food menus to a convenient, fun, and comfortable atmosphere, Bison County delivers on all fronts. Continue reading “Bison County has a perfect menu for college students”

Ostrow looks forward to future

By Natalie KfouryCo-Editor-in-Chief

In the 15 years Jim Ostrow has been at Lasell, the Vice President of Academic Affairs had a hand in designing and implementing many initiatives that have fueled the college’s growth. At the end of last semester, Ostrow sat down with the staff of The 1851 Chronicle for an informal question and answer period. Topics included the core curriculum, strategic planning initiatives, and future plans for growth and changes. Continue reading “Ostrow looks forward to future”

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑