By Staff Writer Seth Tamarkin. As with other past semesters, the faculty at the UMass Dartmouth have set aside a day called ‘Shake the Ship’ where students can ask questions and share concerns to a variety of UMass Dartmouth officials in an open forum conversation. This semester’s Shake the Ship occurred on April 10 in the library, and featured members of SGA as well as … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth shakes the ship once again
By Staff Writer Kylie Cooper. The UMass Dartmouth chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) attended the National Society of Black Engineers 45th National Convention in Detroit, Michigan from March 27-31 to connect with industry leaders and strengthen their professional skills. “Our main goal in going to this conference was to get opportunities for our members,” said Vivian Obodo ‘19, President of UMassD’s … Continue reading National Society of Black Engineers expand career opportunities at national convention
By Contributing Writer Caroline Quirk. Next week the Green Navigators are hosting a plethora of events to celebrate Earth day in style. One day dedicated to the Earth is simply not enough, which is why we are taking the whole week to celebrate our planet! Kicking off the week, Monday April 22 we are hosting ‘Earth Day on The Patio’ from 10 A.M.-2 P.M. at … Continue reading Earth Week at UMassD
By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. Unidad 2019, meaning “Unity” in Spanish, gave a deeper meaning to community, in essence creating a family. The Campus Center beautifully decorated with different colors and flags celebrating the different heritages and cultures of many. On April 11, 2019, in the Campus Center held their annual Unity Fest, where different cultural groups, students and faculty gathered together to broaden the … Continue reading Cheers to a successful Unity Fest
By Staff Writer Tighe Ratcliffe. April, spring has just sprung, the weather is getting better, and for those who are touched by autism it’s a time for awareness to be spread. Autism Society writes, about 1% of the world population is on the autism spectrum (myself included), and roughly 1 out of 59 people born in the US are affected by it. More than 3.5 … Continue reading Autism Awareness Month
By Staff Writer Ben Pfeffer. On Monday April 8, London has introduced the world first ever 24-hour, 7 day a week air pollution charge zone. This means that vehicles inside of the zone must pay a fee if their vehicles do not meet the strict emission standards. The purpose of introducing this Ultra Low Emission Zone, or ULEZ, is to reduce toxic air pollution and … Continue reading London introduces Green Tax
By Staff Writer Tighe Ratcliffe. With the next round of presidential elections coming up, we’re bound to see any candidate be investigated for anything that would tarnish their reputation. I still find it hard to imagine that Trump managed to get into office with all the scandals he’s been a part of, but here we are. Our president posts to his Twitter feed very often. … Continue reading Is Biden a touchy subject for Trump?