By Staff Writer Sawyer Pollitt. Californian musician Anderson .Paak recently released his fourth studio album Ventura. This eleven track LP is a funky foray with soulful motifs that are a treat to the ears. First, it must be noted that this album contains a number of features by the likes of Andre 3000, Smokey Robinson, Lalah Hathaway, Jazmine Sullivan, Sonyae Elise, Brandy, and Nate Dogg. … Continue reading Anderson .Paak hits the mark with Ventura
By Staff Writer Kylie Cooper. This semester, the Student Government Association (SGA) plans to encourage a resolution to support educational funding statewide, improve the Student Fee Allocation Committee, and further develop its members’ leadership skills. These main three goals will be carried out with SGA President Tyler Varda ‘19, Business Management (Leadership), at the forefront. “One of the things that I’m going to present very … Continue reading Student Government Association’s plans for the semester
By Staff Writer Seth Tamarkin. UMassD’s Men’s Hockey squad spent their Winter break clawing tooth and nail back to MASCAC relevance. They say a watched pot never boils, and while the rest of us were enjoying the newly found freedoms of our month-long break off-campus, the Corsairs were playing their hottest January in years. Following a comparably clumsy November and pedestrian but passable 2-1 December, … Continue reading Fire on the ice: Corsair men’s hockey in January
By Staff Writer Eric Sousa. It had been a few weeks since attended the campus gym. I needed to start feeling wholesome and healthy, so I could either start watching what I was eating, or I could pick up the barbells again. I have the willpower of a narcoleptic staying awake when it comes to resisting food, so the choice was simple; I had to … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth: the pay-to-win app
Last week, Nikolas Cruz walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and killed 17 students and faculty. The Torch has chosen to use the images of the victims on our front page this week, which honors their memory, and echoes sentiments from across the country. Continue reading Enough.
The Torch would like to apologize for last issue’s error regarding the article “Dartmouth couple starts non-profit to end opioid epidemic.” Staff writer Alex Solari wrote the article and should be rightfully credited for it’s content. Continue reading Correction
To the UMass Dartmouth Community, In the edition of the Torch dated for November 3-9, the Virgo horoscope has drawn a significant amount of backlash, and rightly so. Our horoscopes are meant to be humorous, and we encourage our writers to push the envelope in all of their work, whether it’s in their opinion pieces or our extras, such as the horoscopes and recipes. We … Continue reading Apology to the UMass Dartmouth Community