The Life or Death of the Dartmouth Indian

By Maya Arruda Email: marruda7@umassdtorch If you’re a commuter student or had any reason to travel off campus in the last month, chances are you’ve noticed the green and white lawn signs saying to “Defend Dartmouth: Vote Yes April 5th” with the picture of a drawing on the side and no other caveat or explanation. Well, if you don’t keep track of local Dartmouth events, … Continue reading The Life or Death of the Dartmouth Indian

Guess Who’s Back

By: Maya Arruda Email: marruda7@umassdtorch EDP445 has made his return to social media, despite every single person including your deity of choice not wanting him there. He was more of a niche YouTuber who did a mix of sports coverage, namely the Philadelphia Eagle football team, and more general vlogs reminiscent of a train wreck. Those who only watch mainstream sports media would recognize him … Continue reading Guess Who’s Back

Getting Nostalgic About Pokemon Diamond and Pearl

Staff Writer: Roxanne Hepburn rhepburn@umassdtorch It’s Christmas morning of the year 2006 and you race to the tree. After hurriedly trying to gather your family for the last hour, it’s finally time to open gifts. Your eyes meet with the present immediately. It may be a small box, but it has got a big present inside. Your parents know exactly what’s in there too, so … Continue reading Getting Nostalgic About Pokemon Diamond and Pearl

Career Center to Hold Graduate and Professional School Fair

Career Center to Hold Graduate and Professional Schools Fair By Staff Writer Busola Awobode bawobode@umassdtorch For anyone interested in any form of graduate or professional schooling or just curious about what it entails, the 2021 Graduate and Professional Schools fair is the place to be. On Monday November 8 representatives from various graduate and professional schools, such as Roger Williams University School of Law, Suffolk … Continue reading Career Center to Hold Graduate and Professional School Fair