By Holly Feola and Rebecca Osowski– Opinion Editor & 1851 Contributor
On January 13, the community received an email from Director of Health Services Richard Arnold about how the university has been authorized to be a Massachusetts COVID-19 Vaccine Provider, becoming one of the first universities in the country to be able to administer the Moderna vaccine to part of its population.
As the year ends, families gather to celebrate holidays and reflect on the year while also reflecting on themselves, setting New Year’s resolutions and aiming to be a better version of themself in the following year. While New Year’s resolutions are great for setting goals, they are often hard to attain, easily discouraging those that set them.
As COVID-19’s effect has continued through the summer, high schoolers have been missing out on campus tours. Since this is an important step for students in choosing where to pursue their higher education, the Admission and Marketing teams decided it was time to add thorough, virtual tours to the website to give students the opportunity to see campus without stepping on it.
Everyone has their favorite spots in Boston, from spending time around Fenway Park to having a great Italian meal in the North End. Despite the well known attractions, Boston and its surrounding areas have so much more to offer.
By Claire Crittendon, Taylor Viles, Rebecca Osowski & Rayana Petrone– Co-Editor-in-Chief, Sports Editor & 1851 Staff
On September 29, President Trump and Vice President Biden took to the stage in Cleveland, Ohio for the first 2020 Presidential Debate. One week later, Vice President Pence and Senator Harris appeared live from Salt Lake City, Utah for the Vice Presidential debate.