A Massachusetts bill that could prevent employer abuse

By Alex Solari, Opinions and Editorials Editor Do you think that companies should be able to waive their employees’ rights to file lawsuits against them? Did you know that this was even allowed? Well, a bill is attempting to be passed in Boston that prohibits this type of behavior that has been going on for quite some time. And honestly, I don’t know why this … Continue reading A Massachusetts bill that could prevent employer abuse

Where’s the weed?

By Benjamin Solomon, Staff Writer In November 2016, the people of Massachusetts voted for a referendum to allow marijuana to be used recreationally and possessed in limited quantities by individuals over 21 years old. Why is it that people here still can’t buy it for recreational use? In short, Massachusetts lawmakers haven’t gotten around to it yet.The referendum requires that some regulations be in place … Continue reading Where’s the weed?

NEHES: An engaging new club on campus fantastic for internship opportunities

By Jonathan Perreira, Arts & Entertainment Editor North of Boston stands the city of Beverly, and inside a hospital functional and flourishing. This is where the story of one of New England’s first Healthcare chapters started, right at UMass Dartmouth. Michael Kilbride, an intern at Beverly Hospital, works as a multi-trade technician, which essentially meant he was engineering his way through most problems at the … Continue reading NEHES: An engaging new club on campus fantastic for internship opportunities

Fergie may have possibly delivered the most infamous National Anthem of all-time

By Dylan Botelho, Staff Writer Ah, the NBA All-Star game. The annual event showcases some of the best basketball players in the world. This year however, was more special than most. Taking place in the Los Angeles Staples Center, the game featured a new stipulation; instead of Team East vs Team West, we got hand-picked team’s from the league’s two biggest stars, creating Team LeBron … Continue reading Fergie may have possibly delivered the most infamous National Anthem of all-time

Poppy: The YouTuber, the singer, the TV show, the mystery

By Zack Downing, Staff Writer It would be hyperbole to say that Poppy is the weirdest content creator on YouTube…but it wouldn’t be hyperbole to say that she is the queen of them. Moriah Rose Pereira, the human behind Poppy, has gained a large following making short, strange, creepy, funny videos on YouTube that usually get at least a million views, with her largest having … Continue reading Poppy: The YouTuber, the singer, the TV show, the mystery

Social commentary and classic horror thrills collide in Get Out

By Brian Harris, Staff Writer If anyone ever tells you that a smart movie can’t be fun, you should show them Get Out. The best picture nominated film is one of the best horror films of the last decade, a beautifully acted thrill ride that plummets from scene to scene with Carpenter-esq intensity. It also has a brain underneath that sheen, with some incredibly insightful … Continue reading Social commentary and classic horror thrills collide in Get Out

Marguerite’s: a mom and pop shop delight

By Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer Are you looking for a quaint little spot just minutes from a winter ride to the beach? Nestled in the village of Westport, MA. Marguerite’s Restaurant is a perfect one stop shop whether traveling with your roomies, family or your boyfriend/girlfriend. Located at 778 Main Road Westport, MA. Marguerite’s is an all American type dining setting. They are open Monday … Continue reading Marguerite’s: a mom and pop shop delight