A photography club is coming UMass Dartmouth! Despite challenges in attracting members and meeting the 10-member threshold for official recognition, initial meetings have drawn in students from across all majors and years. The club expects official recognition next semester as long as it can acquire a treasurer, an advisor, and a finalized constitution.
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The UMass Dartmouth women’s volleyball team achieved its first Little Eastern Conference Championship in team history, after two victories against UMass Boston and Plymouth State. The win secured them a place in the NCAA DIII Tournament, marking their longest streak with 13 straight wins. Continue reading UMass Dartmouth Women’s Volley Ball Brings Home First LEC Championship
The UMassD women’s volley ball team has one the 2023 regular season title! Staff Writer Tom Dunford analyzes the components that led to the season winning game, such as the team’s new head coach, Justin Turco. Continue reading UMassD Women’s Volleyball Team is Spiking The Competition
Professional hockey player Adam Johnson, who played for the Nottingham Panthers, died unexpectedly on October 28th following an on-ice accident. His death has led to renewed debates on player safety in the sport, prompting hockey leagues to introduce mandatory neck guard rules. Following Johnson’s death, a suspect was arrested for involuntary manslaughter. Continue reading EIHL Member Adam Johnson Dies from Neck Injury Sustained On Ice
Chicken Story, a Korean eatery located in both New Bedford and Fall River, specializing in fried chicken, corn dogs and bubble tea, offers hefty portions. Despite modest settings and limited parking, Staff Writer Jesse Magnifico applauds the food quality, unique bubble tea flavors, and swift service. Continue reading Clucking Delicious: Unraveling the Flavorful Tale of Chicken Story
Sam Adams has relaunched its ultra-high alcohol content beer, “Utopia,” currently prohibited in 15 US states. Described as “extreme barrel-aged beer,” its alcohol content is 28%. Valued at $240 for a 24.5-ounce bottle, it is available in 35 states and also on tap at Samuel Adams Cincinnati Tap Room. Its next release is slated for 2025.
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Heart disease is a prevalent cause of death in America, often resulting in the need for heart transplants. Due to the limited supply of human hearts, animal-to-human transplants are being investigated. Unfortunately, the second-ever experimental patient, Lawrence Faucette, died due to complications following experimental transplant. Despite these setbacks, researchers believe animal-to-human heart transplants offer hope for those awaiting heart transplants. Continue reading Patient Dies after Second-Ever Experimental Pig Heart Transplant
The UMassD 2020-2022 Annual Security Reports reveal a rise in crime, including rape, assault, and burglary. Concerns have been raised by students and faculty about campus security, highlighting campus-wide issues such as lack of surveillance and the open nature of buildings. Continue reading UMassD’s 2020-2022 Campus Security Report Raises Safety Concerns
The Student Media Collaborative (SMC) at UMass Dartmouth is holding its first media boot camp on podcasting on November 15th. The initiative aims to boost student voices and offer practical skills for budding podcasters. Furthermore, the SMC plans to host more learning events, create more episodes and programs, and provide internships and communication opportunities for students across all fields.
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