Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 2, President Michael Alexander Reply

 

By Seán McGlone Editor-in-Chief

Editor-in-Chief Seán McGlone sits down with President Michael Alexander to discuss any new developments about the potential merger with Mount Ida College.

Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 1, Vice President of Enrollment Kate O’Connor Reply

 

By Seán McGlone Editor-in-Chief

In the first episode of the returning Chronicle’d Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Seán McGlone sits down with Vice President of Enrollment Management and member of the Consolidation Steering Committee, Kate O’Connor, to discuss the exploration of a potential merger with Mount Ida College.

 

Sports Management students recognized for academic excellence and community service Reply

 By Seán McGlone – Editor-in-Chief

Balancing schoolwork, extracurricular activities and community service can be very demanding for students. However, for senior Tim Major and junior Lane Sulzer, this is what earned them the second annual M. Perry Chapman Community Service and Scholarship Award.

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8 Affordable Ideas For a College Student on Valentine’s Day Reply

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By Megan Palumbo – Sports Editor

Valentine’s Day has spent many years convincing its consumers that the meaning of love is based on how much you’re willing to spend on your significant other. College students are notorious for ballin’ on a budget, so why should this day be any different? As Valentine’s Day approaches it may be challenging to come up with gifts or date ideas that don’t break the bank. Proving your love for someone should be thoughtful and not celebrated just once a year. Whether you’re in a relationship or riding solo, here are some sweet tips that will go the extra mile with your boo thing.

Gifts

  1. An Act of Kindness: Surprise your special someone with a coffee before their class, or complete a chore before your roomie gets to do it. These small gestures will be highly appreciated, and they don’t take a lot of effort to do.
  2. Make a Mix Tape: Back in the day, burning a CD with your crush’s favorite songs on it was the cute thing to do. This was so whenever they’d listen to the tracks they’d think of you. Now, you can make playlists on Spotify, Apple Music, and Youtube. Put together a montage of head bangers or slow jams to share with your valentine.
  3. Edible Bouquets: All you need is a pack of strawberries, chocolate chips, and some skewers. Stick the strawberry on a stick and dip it in melted chocolate. When all of them harden, you can put them all together in a cup to look like a beautiful bouquet…that you can eat after!
  4. Old School Photo Album: Go to CVS or Walgreens and print out your favorite pictures with your besties or bae, then put them into an album book. Printing pictures only costs cents, and your love will have their album for years to come.

Dates 

  1. Dine-In: Going out to a fancy restaurant is great, but it’s always so crowded and getting reservations is meant to be done way in advance for just this one night. Buy ingredients at your local grocery store and stay in that night, making a meal from scratch. Cooking together can be relaxing, and dinner will be more intimate than sitting around tons of strangers at a restaurant.
  2. Movie Night: Rent a movie from the Brennan Library or get one from Redbox, which only costs $1.50 a day. Make a bag of popcorn, turn your room into a theater, and get cozy while you watch.
  3. Skate the Frog Pond: During the winter, The Boston Common Frog Pond is available for residents to go ice skating outdoors. The pond is open 10AM- 9PM for skaters, while admissions is only $6. Don’t forget to bring your gloves and thermos full of hot cocoa.
  4. Spa Night: Even guys can’t deny they like being pampered. Get $1 face masks from Masksheets.com to give your face the rejuvenation it deserves. You can take funny pictures while the masks dry, or light some candles and give each other a massage. It’s bound to be a romantic night.

Designing with Professor Vallely Reply

By Jessica Lindell – Contributing Writer

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Professor Anne Vallely showcases her office collection. Photo by Jessica Lindell

Professor Anne Vallely is one of the most influential professors in the fashion department. Her call to fashion first came from designing her own dresses as a young age before becoming experienced in modeling and fashion retail. She currently balances teaching fashion and an interior design occupation.

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Students share reactions to Science and Technology Center Reply

By Colin Froment – News Editor/Web Content Producer

Last month, the Science and Technology Center opened its doors for classes, and the students have been adjusting to the building’s innovative features. Check out this month’s “Student on the Street” video with LCTV asks students what they think about the STC.

There’s no shortage of food on campus Reply

By Emily Carroll – Contributing Writer

Lasell offers numerous options available for food on campus, and it is easy to find a suitable breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack anywhere on campus. The photos presented here highlight various dining choices that the Lasell community can access, such as the Valentine Dining Hall, Einstein’s Bagels, “Take 3” in the Glow Lounge, and the newly innovated campus Starbucks. All photos by Emily Carroll.