Student Government Association’s plans for the semester

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

Fire on the ice: Corsair men’s hockey in January

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

Apology to the UMass Dartmouth Community

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

Correction for the article “UMass Dartmouth players kneel against racial injustices”

By the Torch Editorial Staff In the article, “UMass Dartmouth players kneel against racial injustices”, we said the clothing brand that provided runningbacks Michael Slaughter and Abbi Bamgbose with custom made T-shirts reading “Hands Up Don’t Shoot” and “Black Lives Matter” was Marius Johnson’s “Eovove” when in fact it was by the brand, “OVRLKD.” The original article, written by News Editor Sade Smith can be … Continue reading Correction for the article “UMass Dartmouth players kneel against racial injustices”