The photo gallery, “Snowlicious,” portrays the impacted days of December by the amount of snowfall that was presented on the Lasell campus. Winter becomes the new black, having each snowflake leave nothing unveiled.
Photos were taken by Digitial Editor Ruth Kehinde.
Claire Crittendon & Ruth Kehinde – Features Editor & Digital Editor
Photos by Ruth Kehinde and Courtesy of Castigloni’s Linkedin profile. (Top left) Professor Nikki Dawes, David DupreWilson (top right), Kevin Castiglioni (bottom tom right) and Leanna Farnam (bottom left) are some new faculty and staff hired this fall.
Photos by Ruth Kehinde and Photo C OF CASTIGLIONI’S LINKEDIN PROFILE (Top left) Professor Nikki Dawes, David DupreWilson (top right), Kevin Castiglioni (bottom right) and Leanna Farnam (bottom left) are some new faculty and staff hired this fall.
To add to the changes on campus, the school welcomes many new hires in different departments this fall. There are two new area coordinators, Kevin Castiglioni and David DupreWilson. Two new assistant professors were hired, Leanna Farnam and Nickki Pearce Dawes along with visiting instructor, Julia Khodor.
By Ruth Kehinde – Digital Editor
Photo by Ruth Kehinde. Lasell students sit awaiting the essential information they need for the fall show, “Children of Eden.”
On Sept. 17, the Drama Club held an information meeting in Yamawaki Auditorium for upcoming actors and crew members to receive details on John Caird’s, “The Children of Eden.”
By Ruth Kehinde – Digital Editor
Photo courtesy of IMDB. Scene from Jornan Peele’s 2019 film “Us,” where Adelaine’s son destroys himself by walking into fire.
Students gathered in the Arnow Campus Center Quad on a Saturday night to watch “Us,” hosted by CAB.
Ruth Kehinde – 1851 Staff
Vice President of Administration and Finance Michael Hoyle sent a faculty email this past summer highlighting the new and updated areas on campus. Renovated locations include Valentine Dining Hall, Brennan Library, Campus Police, Intercultural Center and Commuter Cottage (IC3), Bancroft Hall, 26 Maple Street, 152 Grove Street, Karandon House and Arnow Campus Center.
By Colin Froment & Ruth Kehinde – News Editor & 1851 Staff
Thirty Seconds to Mars’s fifth album “America” springs out multiple messages of activism and religious imagery throughout its verses. However, the album succeeds where others don’t; the band doesn’t allow their cries of hope to overshadow the strong quality of their music.
Thirty Seconds to Mars’s fifth album “America” features other popular artists such as A$AP Rocky and Halsey. Photo courtesy of Has it Leaked
By Ruth Kehinde – 1851 Staff
Speaker Monti Washington hosted his presentation “From the Streets to the Stage” on February 22. Washington discussed how his rough upbringing made him a better person and stressed the importance of being yourself. Photo by Katie Schneider
Award winning poet, actor, and motivational speaker Monti Washington talked about the fundamentals of life in his presentation, “From the Streets to the Stage,” in de Witt Hall on February 22. In his presentation he described the goals that individuals have are dreams and in order to make them come true, we need to have confidence within ourselves for without it, progression will never be possible. More…
By Mackenzie Dineen & Ruth Kehinde – Arts Editor & 1851 Staff
Stranger Things seasons one and two are available on Netflix. Photo courtesy of Netflix
“Stranger Things” came out in 2016 and immediately became a focal point in pop-culture. The fandom of this scientific horror series was adrenalized when the second season was released on Netflix on October 27. More…