Spring Break 2018 Photo Contest Reply

Calling all spring breakers! It’s time to participate in the 1851 Chronicle’s Spring Break 2018 Photo Contest. Whether you’re snowed in at home, on Alternative Spring Break, or sipping tropical drinks on the beach we want to see what you’ve been up to during your week off!

Submit your best spring break photo with the hashtag #LasellSB2k18 to the 1851’s social media accounts from Thursday March 15 – Thursday March 22 at 12 midnight. The best photo will be announced on Friday March 23, 2018 and will be published in the March issue of the 1851 Chronicle! Good luck and enjoy the rest of the break.


5 Ideas to Beat Your Spring Break Blues Reply

By Dana Sutcliffe – 1851 staff

So it’s finally that one week in March you’ve been waiting for, spring break! You find yourself being able to breathe again after the chaos of midterms and that stress headache that’s been bothering you since Monday is gone. Life is looking up but there’s still one thing on your mind…you’re stuck at home for break. Although it’s a bummer, staying local for the week isn’t the end of the world and it just means you have more time to save up for that next big adventure. Spring breaking at home can be fun if you make the best of it and with these 5 simple ideas, you’ll be on your way to enjoying the week just as much as your friends in Cancun…well almost as much!  More…

Student athletes on road for spring break Reply

By Tristan Davis – Features Editor

While various members of the men’s volleyball team ventured to Niagara Falls and the Mohegan Sun Casino, the rest of Lasell’s athletes dispersed throughout North America in search of more 2016 victories. Panning out as far as Puerto Rico and Florida, the Lasers collected key wins over schools from MA, NY, and PA.


Hospitality class travels to Vegas for spring break Reply

By Ryan Fitzgerald – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Spring break is a week most students use to vacation somewhere warm and sandy, return home to relax or enjoy free time, but for the seven students in Professor Alexandrina Tanvuia’s hospitality class, Exploration of the Las Vegas Casino Industry, there was no better choice of destination than Sin City itself.


Photo Courtesy of Grace Hogan