Theatre companies hard at work with Variety Show and not-so-straight play

By Alex Kerravala, Staff Writer Our campus’ two theatre companies held their eleventh annual joint variety show, where our numerous talented performers got to flex their vocal muscles, all for the good cause of raising money for Cancer Research. And if for whatever reason singing isn’t your interest, you’ll be happy to know 20Cent Theatre Company has their straight play, the ironically not straight Romeo … Continue reading Theatre companies hard at work with Variety Show and not-so-straight play

Damn, Kendrick

By Andrew Tyrrell, Editor-in-Chief On April 16, the Pulitzer Prize winners were announced by Columbia University, who have been handling the awards for now over a century. In may categories, particularly in journalism, there were few surprises. The New York Times received three awards, including one for Public Service for their reporting on the Me Too movement; they shared the award with The New Yorker. … Continue reading Damn, Kendrick

Students denied at Cousin Stizz Concert

By Kevin Perrington-Tuner, Contributing Writer Over the long weekend, many students intended on catching up with some school work and turning up to some great music. Unfortunately, for a lot of students that was not the case. On Sunday night at 8:30pm in the Tripp Athletic Center, the doors for the Cousin Stizz concert were closed allowing no other student or any person with a purchased ticket … Continue reading Students denied at Cousin Stizz Concert

Vevo’s YouTube hacked

By Benjamin Solomon, Staff Writer Vevo’s YouTube accounts consist of some of the most watched on YouTube. These accounts legally host music videos from artists like Taylor Swift, Adele, Rihanna, and others. Vevo itself is a joint venture between Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and Warner Music Group.  On April 10, hackers calling themselves Prosox and Kuroi’sh gained access to some of these accounts and altered some videos. They changed titles, descriptions, and thumbnails in addition to deleting some videos. Affected videos included those belonging … Continue reading Vevo’s YouTube hacked

Film festival comes to UMass Dartmouth

By Sawyer Pollitt, Staff Writer Saturday April 14 at the UMass Dartmouth campus center was the scene of a film festival put on by a group of enterprising individuals who all shared a passion for student films and animation. Hosted by a gentleman named Imad Jbara, the event showcased fourteen films, ranging in length from thirty seconds up to a full half hour. The personable … Continue reading Film festival comes to UMass Dartmouth

Corsair’s dominate trio proves important in Corsairs victory over Southern Maine

By Dylan Botelho, Staff Writer The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth men’s lacrosse team’s dominating offense trio lead the Corsairs to an extremely important Little East Conference 10-6 road victory on Saturday afternoon against the second seed Southern Maine Huskies.  The trio of Sophomores Donovan Prozinski and Tom Donahue as well as Senior Jordan Torres continued their dominance in the Corsairs victory over the Southern Maine Huskies. Prozinski and Donahue finished with five and four points respectively and Torres added in … Continue reading Corsair’s dominate trio proves important in Corsairs victory over Southern Maine

Celtics v. 76ers: Best case scenario

By Justin McKinney, Sports Editor If the NBA has any hope of keeping their playoff ratings up and continuing to grow off the success that the revamped Eastern Conference had this season, then they need the Celtics to play the 76ers in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals.   For the past four years the Eastern Conference has been largely uninteresting to watch and it seems every team … Continue reading Celtics v. 76ers: Best case scenario

UMass Dartmouth splits softball series with WPI, UMass Boston

By Zack Downing, Staff Writer A very solid Corsairs season is beginning to wind down, with only a week left to play.  On Wednesday the 18th, UMass Dartmouth traveled to Worcester Polytechnical Institute to face the Engineers in a doubleheader.   WPI was leading a great season themselves, coming into the day at 23-7.  However, the Corsairs put a point on the board immediately in the first inning, thanks … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth splits softball series with WPI, UMass Boston