It’s time to come together, as a world and as people

by Jonathan Moniz, Staff Writer This past week saw the breakdown of a crucial truce in Syria, due to not only miscommunication between the United States and Russia, but also due to aggression from unknown parties that disturbed the truce. A U.N. humanitarian convoy was struck by missiles, while a Syrian army base was also attacked. Both the U.S. and Russia blamed each other for … Continue reading It’s time to come together, as a world and as people

Panthers reverse Corsairs course in latest contest

by Christopher Cohen, Sports Editor The UMass Dartmouth football team traveled to Plymouth, New Hampshire as they took on the Plymouth State Panthers for their second of seven consecutive Little East Conference contests. After besting Westfield State 41-21 in front of the home crowd, the Corsairs looked to leap above the .500 mark and extend their record to 3-1. Unfortunately, the Panthers had other plans … Continue reading Panthers reverse Corsairs course in latest contest

Hard work + good grades = Dean’s List

by Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer An “A” can speak for itself: it means good grades, hard work, determination, drive, passion and the list could go on and on. However, it can be easier said than done. A person can have the mindset and the goals to obtain good grades, but you also need to apply yourself. In doing so, it gives you the chance                                                                                                                                          to … Continue reading Hard work + good grades = Dean’s List

Don’t judge a policy by its politician

by Alex Solari, Staff Writer On September 13, a new childcare plan from Donald Trump emerged, and as most things with Trump, it has caused lots of controversy. If you are unfamiliar with this plan, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Here is a brief summary of the plan that Donald Trump has proposed. According to Donald Trump’s website, he is proposing to cut taxes for … Continue reading Don’t judge a policy by its politician

UMass Dartmouth returns to the Grass Doubles Tournament

by Sebastian Moronta Blanco, Staff Writer The UMass Dartmouth women’s tennis team traveled down to Newport, Rhode Island this past Saturday to compete in the Grass Court Doubles Championship, facing off against pairs from regional schools. The Championship was hosted by Salve Regina at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport. Five pairs of Corsairs competed in the tournament, seeing the court in three … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth returns to the Grass Doubles Tournament

iOS 10 update: Apple, please stop

by Brian Sousa, Opinions & Editorials Editor Just as soon as we thought we were used to our iPhones, Apple decided to change everything. iOS 10 was recently unveiled (along with the iPhone 7) and it came with a multitude of changes, both good and bad. At first, the changes seemed awesome – the new visual features ranging from incoming text messages, to app notifications … Continue reading iOS 10 update: Apple, please stop

Album review: Dangerous Woman

by Alex Solari, Staff Writer If you still see Ariana Grande as an innocent girl from Nickelodeon’s Victorious, watch out, because you’re in for a surprise. On May 20, 2016, Grande released her third album, titled Dangerous Woman. This album is the perfect mix between sexy and serious, with every song throwing a surprise into your preconceived notion of Ariana Grande. You might hear a … Continue reading Album review: Dangerous Woman