“1851 Chronicle” features editor, Tristan Davis brings you bi-weekly updates about news and events happening at Lasell College and in the Greater Boston area including Lasell’s new synthetic cadaver, a spotlight on human sexuality professor Sarabeth Golden, and the latest Laser Nation video featuring alumni of all ages.
My cousin and I were what you’d call “renegade trick-or-treaters.” For those of you unfamiliar with the term, it refers to someone who uses a pillow case to hold their candy instead of one of those wimpy plastic buckets sold at CVS. It means never really having an official costume, but a genuinely scary rubber mask that molded to our faces while we donned a black hoodie and black sweatpants. There was no curfew on our Halloween; just candy. Lots and lots of candy.
“1851 Chronicle” features editor, Tristan Davis introduces his official title to his podcast series, Chronicle’d. On this episode he brings you bi-weekly updates about news and events happening at Lasell College and in the Greater Boston area including Family, Friends and Alumni weekend activities, sports highlights of star players, Matt Damon’s performance in “The Martian” and upcoming events on campus. Background music was “Island in the Sun” by Weezer.
“1851 Chronicle” features editor, Tristan Davis brings you bi-weekly updates about news and events happening at Lasell College and in the Greater Boston area including coverage on the new head of the Donahue Institute, Jesse Tauriac; the annual town meeting, Boston’s arts and entertainment scene, and upcoming events on campus.
Sarah Torrey, Tristan Davis, Tina Nalepa – 1851 Staff and Arts and Entertainment Editor
Students rally against water bottles
The Water Bottle Campaign is a movement to reduce the amount of plastic water bottles on campus. The campaign is part of the Lasell Environmental Action Group, but works independently. More…
Junior Alice O’Connor has been ice skating since she was five-years old. She recently won her first national medal with her figure skating team. (Photo courtesy of Alice O’Connor)
By Tristan Davis – 1851 Staff
A five-year-old Alice O’Connor timidly steps onto the ice at the Pittsfield Figure Skating Club. Likely uneasy about
the endeavor that lies ahead, she begins to earn her bearings by slowly meandering around the rink, getting a feel for the ice beneath her. Somewhere along the process, something clicks. Figure skating becomes almost second nature, and all of a sudden the fear of falling is heavily outweighed by the goal of success.
Lasell students traveled to Uganda to participate in the Shoulder-to-Shoulder trip. There they prepared seventh grade Ugandan students for the Primary Leaving Exam. (Photo courtesy of Danielle Fortin)
By Tristan Davis – 1851 Staff
For the first time in the program’s history, every seventh grade student of the Bulobi Primary School in Uganda who took the Primary Leaving Exam (PLE) passed. The PLE is a test to determine whether or not a student is ready for high school-level courses, and has proved to be difficult in past years. Much of this success can be attributed to the countless hours put in by a group of Lasell students headed by Reverend Tom Sullivan who traveled across the globe with the goal of better educating a truly deserving group of students.
Upon reading the resumes of Bridget and Kayla Lynch, you’d be hard pressed to find an all-star team, award, or honor they haven’t already been a part of. Bridget Lynch, a three-time GNAC Offensive Player of the Year and three-time scholar athlete, has been named to the All-New England second team twice. She also holds program records in career goals and points in a game. Kayla Lynch is no stranger to impressive accolades either. The three-time GNAC All-Tournament Team member and three-time scholar athlete was recently named to the Academic All-Region first team. Both are exercise science majors and shine as brightly in the classroom as they do on the field. But what do you award two players that have already been awarded everything?