On sunny spring days, yuppies in the Seaport District leave their beige cubicles in search of the latest trendy restaurant. The parade of polished professionals mosey to by CHLOE. The menu is comprised of aesthetically pleasing vegan and kosher dishes.
The phrase “families come in all shapes and sizes” is an understatement. Various television shows have attempted to accurately represent the modern family by depicting how families are no longer restrained to bloodlines and marriages. Through the first season’s 18 episodes of NBC’s “This Is Us,” family is redefined. Continue reading ““This Is Us” is a tearjerker”→
By Leanne Signoriello & Samantha Plumley – 1851 Staff
Since 1941, Wilson’s Diner on Main Street in Waltham has been serving up traditional breakfast plates and providing nostalgic feelings. The retro diner is well loved and gritty but with the prices so low, it’s easy to imagine becoming a regular. Continue reading “Diner offers traditional breakfast”→
Mikko Nissinen’s choreography of Boston Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” has delighted audiences for the past four years and this year is no different. Parents with little girls in fancy dresses, friends on a night out, and those embracing the holiday spirit fill the seats of the Boston Opera House for the iconic holiday performance on opening night on Friday, November 25. Continue reading “Holiday tradition dazzles audience once again”→
All of our roommates have quirks and may tend to do things that get on our nerves. Some may leave hair in the shower drain. Others may play their music too loud when you are trying to study. Starting next fall though, some New York University students may face roommates who leave their dentures lying around or fall asleep right after their 4:00 p.m. dinner with the introduction of the university’s new low-cost housing option.
By Krista Dejulio & Samantha Plumley – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff
With four locations, Oath Craft Pizza is slowly taking over the watering mouths of pizza lovers everywhere. The original restaurant, with “a mil- lion dollar view,” is located on Nantucket and doesn’t want to be just another pizza place. The restaurant was created with the idea of giving back, sustainability and to just have really good pizza. The restaurant succeeds in just that.
The 2016 Leadership Recognition Dinner was held at the Wellesley Country Club on October 13 and gathered notable members of the Lasell community to recognize the importance and impact scholarship donations have on the student experience. The room was packed with students, alumni, faculty and donors, including some who have buildings named after them on campus.