Cheers to a successful Unity Fest

By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. Unidad 2019, meaning “Unity” in Spanish, gave a deeper meaning to community, in essence creating a family. The Campus Center beautifully decorated with different colors and flags celebrating the different heritages and cultures of many. On April 11, 2019, in the Campus Center held their annual Unity Fest, where different cultural groups, students and faculty gathered together to broaden the … Continue reading Cheers to a successful Unity Fest

2nd Corsair Challenge proves to be a success

By Staff Writer Seth Tamarkin. Last year, the university posed an interesting question to students and faculty, asking, “What could we do with 1,895 minutes?” The question was an introduction to the Corsair Challenge, a new annual crowd-funding challenge that lasted 1,895 minutes long and sought to secure as many funds as possible for various UMass Dartmouth institutions, primarily through social media. After successfully raising … Continue reading 2nd Corsair Challenge proves to be a success

UMassD strives for 100% renewable energy

By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. The students of MassPIRG, a statewide student organization that works to defend public interest, hosted their “Energizing to 100% Renewable Energy Campaign,” a press event to educate the UMass Dartmouth community on the importance and impacts of renewable energy, on April 4 at 2:30 PM in the Birch Hall Conference room. They had the opportunity to discuss the environment that … Continue reading UMassD strives for 100% renewable energy

Claire T. Carney Library Associates Authors’ Brunch

By Staff Writer Kylie Cooper. The Claire T. Carney Library Associates hosted their 13th annual Authors’ Brunch on Sunday, April 7 featuring Gish Jen, Susan Wissler, and Lauren Wolk. The winners of the Claire T. Carney Library Associates’ student essay contest were also recognized. The essay theme was “Invent Your Future” and prompted students to discuss an “issue [they] believe is important.” The first place … Continue reading Claire T. Carney Library Associates Authors’ Brunch

Diversity, academics, and parking: Shake the Ship returns April 10

By Staff Writer Kylie Cooper. Student Government Association (SGA) will be hosting Shake the Ship on Wednesday, April 10 to let students directly voice their campus questions and concerns to heads of administration. The open forum will be held in the Library Living Room from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Key topics that will be discussed include parking, diversity, and academics. All students, faculty, and staff … Continue reading Diversity, academics, and parking: Shake the Ship returns April 10