UMassD Sports Recap for the Week of 9/26-10/2

Volunteer Writer: Nick Stabila Email: nstabila@umassd.edu Women’s Soccer Wednesday, September 28th – Rhode Island College (RIC) defeated UMass Dartmouth 2-1 at Cressy Field. The Corsairs scored the game’s first goal in the 23rd minute. Freshman defender #15 Jenny Kinnear scored and Graduate student forward #21 Kait Bernier assisted on the goal. Rhode Island College scored immediately in the 46th minute, tying the game 1-1 to … Continue reading UMassD Sports Recap for the Week of 9/26-10/2

Fabric, The Untapped Renewable Resource: #TrashRich with Kathryn Greenwood Swanson

Staff Writer: Kamryn Kobel Email: kkobel@umassd.edu On the evening of September 21st, I made my way to the Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality offices and found myself in a cozy room that had been filled with storage bins overflowing with scrap fabric. On the floor lay a huge braided rug: handmade, exploding with colors, and full of life and personality. I, along with many … Continue reading Fabric, The Untapped Renewable Resource: #TrashRich with Kathryn Greenwood Swanson

Top 10 Eateries for the UMassD Student

Staff Writer: Maya Arruda Email: marruda7@umassd.edu Any student can tell you: school food sucks. Sure, some of it is decent enough, but most times choosing a tasty meal is like Russian roulette. Some things are too spicy. Some things have about as much spice as white bread. Some things you just don’t like personally. The safest option is the lunchroom classics, the stuff state schools … Continue reading Top 10 Eateries for the UMassD Student

Paramore’s Unscalpable Concert Tickets

Staff Writer: Rena Danho Email: rdanho@umassd.edu Music is something that people love. For some, it is vital to their everyday lives. But along with music comes concerts. Artists will drop a new album and then announce a tour to perform for their fans. However, when we see popular artists like Harry Styles, Metallica, and Luke Combs, we see prices at $300 being the cheapest and … Continue reading Paramore’s Unscalpable Concert Tickets

Will Hocus Pocus 2 Live Up to the Hype?

Staff Writer: Kelsey Wink Email: kwink@umassd.edu Many a witch’s moon has passed since Hocus Pocus made its debut in 1993. The film became an instant Disney Halloween classic, thanks to the trio of frighteningly funny witches known as the Sanderson Sisters. After years of clamoring for a sequel, fans will finally have their wish granted when Hocus Pocus 2 releases on Disney+ on September 30, … Continue reading Will Hocus Pocus 2 Live Up to the Hype?

UMass Dartmouth Dominates First Two MASCAC Games Of The Season

Volunteer Writer: Nicholas Stabila Email: nstabila@umassd.edu On Saturday, September 17th, the UMass Dartmouth Corsairs football team took on the Framingham State Rams at Cressy Field. Entering this game, the Corsairs had not defeated Framingham State since 2016. But, not even a minute in, it was clear that it would be going differently. Junior Quarterback Dante Aviles-Santos threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Sophomore wide receiver … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth Dominates First Two MASCAC Games Of The Season

What You Need to Know for the Fall 2022 Business Career Fair

Staff Writer: Julian Cassady Email: jcassady@umassd.edu The Fall 2022 business career fair is right around the corner. It will take place on Thursday, September 29th from 2-4pm in the Woodland Commons. Here’s what you’ll need to be prepared. On September 21st Heather Connell of Career Services held a workshop to help students prepare for the career fair. Here is what I learned. Before any tips … Continue reading What You Need to Know for the Fall 2022 Business Career Fair

Consumer Price Index Report: March 2022, What The Data Means For You

Staff Writer: Julian Cassady jcassady@umassd.edu Imagine waking up in your dorm at midnight, stomach growling because you waited too long to get a meal before the dining hall closed. All you can think of is food, and you remember that there’s a vending machine in the common area with all of your favorite $2.00 candy bars. Stumbling out of bed, you absentmindedly grab two one-dollar … Continue reading Consumer Price Index Report: March 2022, What The Data Means For You

The Supreme Court Reverts Back to Trump-Era Clean Water Act Regulations Using a Shadow Docket

Staff Writer: Roxanne Hepburn rhepburn@umassd.edu On Wednesday, April 6th, 2022, in a 5-4 split, the Supreme Court employed a shadow docket to temporarily reinstated a Trump-Era environmental regulation limiting states’ power to enforce the Clean Water Act on large energy projects looking to fast-track their timelines. The basis of the Clean Water Act (CWA) was initially enacted in 1948 and was known as the Federal … Continue reading The Supreme Court Reverts Back to Trump-Era Clean Water Act Regulations Using a Shadow Docket

Zelenskyy: Servant of the People

Staff Writer: Carolyn Doremus cdoremus@umassd.edu Since the February 24th Russian invasion of Ukraine, people living across the globe have become much more aware of the Russo-Ukrainian War, and if they weren’t knowledgeable about the history between the two countries already, have been provided with more information through the news coverage. One name in particular that of course has become more commonly seen across the world … Continue reading Zelenskyy: Servant of the People