A.J. Merch Staff Writer email@example.com As the number of cinemas slowly open up, during this seemingly never ending pandemic. Christopher Nolan comes right behind it, to save film industry with his ground breaking blockbuster Tenet. Tenet follows the Protagonist played by John David Washington, a secret agent who travels on a epic time bending mission to prevent the beginning of World War III. With this … Continue reading Tenet: The Man on a mission
Staff Writer: Aidan Leavitt firstname.lastname@example.org Justice Ruther Bader Ginsburg, the trail blazing legal scholar, also known as the “Notorious RBG,” passed away at the age of 87 on September 18th, 2020. It was announced that her death was the result of complications from metastatic cancer of the pancreas. Ruth Bader Ginsburg served as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from … Continue reading A Trailblazing Career: Justice Ruther Bader Ginsburg
By Contributing Writer Caroline Quirk Earth week is here! Although we are not spending Earth Day as we expected, we can still celebrate our planet from the safety of our homes. One day is not enough to appreciate everything our planet has done for us, so the Green Navigators celebrate Earth Week. If you’re bored at home, like most of us are, here are some … Continue reading Earth Week is here!
By A&E Editor Sawyer Pollitt Discovering new music is one of the few joys that can be found in the COVID-19 hellscape we are all collectively experiencing. Fortunately for me, new music often appears in my inbox! And thanks to Boston based indie rock band “Alex & The People”, not only did new music show up, but good music did as well. “Alex & The … Continue reading Alex & The People – Boys Will Be Boys
By Sawyer Pollitt Earlier this week, many UMass Dartmouth Students were alarmed to discover that their COIN account balance reported figures that were at times $1,200 higher than they were previously thought to be. This was found to be the result of an adjustment in the University Grant and Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship. For some students, this new balance resulted in a hold placed on their … Continue reading University addresses student account concerns
By SAWYER POLLITT A&E Section Editor email@example.com Photo Credit: Pamela Karimi, Michael Kilbride, Gabriella Barthe “I’ve reached the end of this great history and all the land will fill with talk of me. I shall not die, these seeds I’ve sown will save my name and reputation from the grave.” – Abul-Qâsem Ferdowsi Tusi, 940-1020 C.E. This line ends the Shahnameh, the Persian Book of Kings, an epic poem which has captured the hearts … Continue reading Modern perspectives on an ancient land: CVPA unveils Contemporary Iranian Art & The Historical Imagination
by BRIAN GARRARD Contributing Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Photo Credit: Dazed Denzel Curry is the last great bastion of Miami’s SoundCloud rap scene, and on UNLOCKED, he continues to demonstrate why. Following two critically acclaimed albums, 2018’s TA13OO and 2019’s ZUU, Curry is once again showing his ability to hit hard, blend into any sound he applies himself to, and still maintain his unique voice in hip hop today. … Continue reading UNLOCKED sounds like a mistake in the best possible way
By BROOKE AUBIN Staff Writer email@example.com Photo Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures When the DC Extended Universe released Suicide Squad in 2016, audiences were pumped to see a comic book movie about the bad guys. With the market saturated with the likes of Marvel’s Avengers and DC’s beloved heroes Batman and Superman, Suicide Squad offered a refreshing change. Sadly, however, the movie was panned by critics and audiences alike. On … Continue reading A New Kind of Girl Gang in DC’s BIRDS OF PREY
By James Mellen The South Carolina presidential Debate aired the night before I am writing this, this debate was nearly unwatchable, it devolved into a presidential screaming match. One feature this debate had that has stuck with me is the emphasis on foreign policy questions, questions ranging from whether or not Xi Xingping is a dictator, to the Syrian Civil War. There was a separate … Continue reading Why Foreign Policy questions have no place in the Presidential Debate
By BROOKE AUBIN Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org When we think of Valentine’s Day, there are a few staple things that come to mind. Extravagant bouquets, giant teddy bears, boxes of chocolates, and romantic candlelit dinners are just a few things that our society has deemed to contain the essence of the holiday. What do all of these things have in common? To quote ABBA: “money, … Continue reading Valentine’s Day: Day of Love or Consumerist Ploy?