Last week, Nikolas Cruz walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and killed 17 students and faculty. The Torch has chosen to use the images of the victims on our front page this week, which honors their memory, and echoes sentiments from across the country. Continue reading Enough.
By Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer The campus center was filled with love on Valentine’s Day, with the SAIL’s office’s annual Stuff-A-Bear event, which attracted many students and faculty. On February 14, 2018 for five dollars students could participate in making their own special friend, whether for themselves or a special Valentine. Faculty could also take part for eleven dollars. First students were able to pick … Continue reading Valentine’s make-a bear–a new friend to take home
By Sebastian Moronta, SGA Correspondent At this week’s SGA meeting, representatives from Campus Services Bill Mitchell and Jan Stahl delivered a presentation on the changes coming to the mail and packaging system, as well as updates to the Campus Store. To discuss these changes and the operations of the Campus Services committee within SGA, The Torch sat down with the committee’s chair, Kate Egan. Kate … Continue reading This week in SGA: a chat with Campus Services
By Zack Downing, Staff Writer It may not be time for finals, or even midterms, but that doesn’t mean the student community is not stressed out. No matter what’s going on at the university, thousands of students walk across campus every day filled with worry and tension because of classes, relationships, money, or anything else that weighs them down. Whether you are an art major … Continue reading Feeling stressed? Try yoga classes at the gym!
By Kevin Perrington-Turner, Contributing Writer For all the aspiring journalists out there, hope is still alive! People do still care about news and making sure the right information is being documented. Just not how we expect it to be. On Thursday night February 15, the UMass Dartmouth Law School hosted a seminar with Charles Sennot as the guest speaker. With a room full of mostly … Continue reading There is hope for journalists!
By Andrew Tyrrell, Editor-in-Chief I am grateful that each one of these gets harder. Each time there’s a mass shooting, it gets harder, at least for me, to shrug it off, to believe that this is the world, the country, that I live in. The first article I ever wrote as a paid writer for the Torch was about the murder of Alison Parker and … Continue reading Enough.
By Sawyer Pollitt, Staff Writer I have a dog, her name is GLaDOS, she’s half dachshund and half chihuahua. She’s really cute and kind of stupid, but I love her a lot and I personally don’t think she looks tasty. However, someone from another culture may beg to differ. A person that grew up eating Afghan Hound might think that GLaDOS would be delicious paired … Continue reading Dog: The other red meat