By Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer It’s just about that time Corsairs where deadlines are coming flying in. Between the last month of school and finals creeping just around the corner time management is a virtue. Knowing how to budget your time will be a lifesaver when all those deadlines land in the same week or better yet the same day. Learning to manage your time … Continue reading Time management express
By Michaela Gates, Staff Writer Backpage.com CEO, Carl Ferrer, was convicted of money laundering and conspiracy this past week and has agreed to give information of several cases that have to do with conspiracy to commit prostitution. This is a tremendous win for American women as the site has essentially been a national online brothel where thousands of women have been forced into human trafficking rings. The site … Continue reading Backpage.com CEO convicted, hope for the system
By Seth Tamarkin, Contributing Writer As far as influence goes, The Simpsons is something like the bible to many comedians. The creators of Family Guy, King of the Hill, South Park, and Rick and Morty to name a few have all cited Simpsons as their main influence. Another uniting factor with all the shows is that they feature white people voicing non-white characters. Of course, the first example of this is none other than The … Continue reading Is there really a problem with Apu?
By Sawyer Pollitt, Contributing Writer Bringing back the glory days of guy-liner, and leather pants, The UMass Dartmouth Theater Company put on a kick-ass show this past weekend with “Rock of Ages” a jukebox musical that tells a story of sex, drugs, and rock & roll in the Regan era. Set in the late 80’s “Rock of Ages” follows young and idealistic Drew Boley played by Tyler Rebello and Sherrie Christian played by Kenzii Farland as they navigate their way … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth theater company melts faces with rock of ages
By Brian Harris, Staff Writer Ready Player One is a good time, and not much else. Based on the New York Times bestseller of the same name by Ernest Cline, Ready Player One follows the story of Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan), your average pop culture obsessed nerd in the dystopian future of 2045. In this future world, people across the globe have become obsessed with a virtual reality video game called “The Oasis”, which … Continue reading Ready Player One is Spielberg at his most mediocre
By Dylan Botelho, Staff Writer Hot Ones is the show with hot questions and ever hotter wings. Mixing the culinary world with the pop culture world, Hot Ones is just one of many popular reoccurring shows on the First We Feast YouTube channel. Since its inaugural episode way back on March 12th of 2015 that featured hip hop artist, Tony Yayo, Hot Ones has quite literally become the hottest show on the internet. The … Continue reading Hot Ones: The hottest show on the Internet
By Benjamin Solomon, Staff Writer Star Wars: The Last Jedi came out on December 15, 2017 and debuted as one of the highest grossing films in the last decade. Four months later, the movie came out on DVD on March 27th. How does it hold up after some time and a second viewing? For anyone who has not yet watched the movie, beware of spoilers below. The Last Jedi … Continue reading Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Revisited
By Zack Downing, Staff Writer Love it or hate it, the Grand Theft Auto series is one of the most iconic and successful video game franchises of all time. Its most recent title, GTA 5, is an incredibly popular game that broke countless records upon its release regarding numbers sold and profits reached. After the first quarter of 2018, the biggest threshold possible in gaming … Continue reading GTA 5 has made more money than anything in entertainment history
By Justin McKinney, Sports Editor The Red Sox are currently off to the best start in franchise history as they currently possess a 14-2 record and despite many claiming the team will eventually cool down, the Sox keep winning. This past Tuesday the Red Sox had the daunting task of facing Angel’s rookie sensation Shonei Ohtani, who is 2-0 in his first two starts and has been … Continue reading What is the ceiling for the Red Sox?
By Justin McKinney, Sports Editor Why is the sporting world imploding over Rob Gronkowski as well as Tom Brady not being presenting at optional offseason workouts? I realize there has been some tension between head coach Bill Belichick and the other two parties; however, this is fake news at its finest. Gronkowski is going into his eighth year in the NFL and could retire today and still be the greatest tight end in … Continue reading All play, no work