Unsung restaurant heroes

By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn. It’s typical for students to venture off campus and search for food that differs from the entrees offered on campus, whether it’s for lunch with a group of friends on the weekends, or dinner after a long day of classes. UMass Dartmouth students are often seen at dining locations that aren’t too far from the school, such as Texas Roadhouse, … Continue reading Unsung restaurant heroes

America fails at having common sense thanks to the Momo challenge

By Staff Writer Eric Sousa. There are a few unstoppable forces in this world: hurricanes, climate change, and aggravated mothers on social media to name a few. Recently one of those three has been up in arms towards an internet sensation known as Momo. While Momo itself has been debunked, many other dark corners of the internet continue to exist and raise the question: should … Continue reading America fails at having common sense thanks to the Momo challenge

A Little Late with Lilly Singh set to premiere

By Staff Writer Ben Pfeffer. On Thursday, March 14, Lilly Singh, a popular YouTuber, announced that she was going to have her own late-night show. Singh was a guest on Jimmy Fallon’s show when she made her announcement. It seemed like an ordinary interview with a guest until she did. Singh announced that her own late-night show would be aired on NBC. She estimates that … Continue reading A Little Late with Lilly Singh set to premiere

The JoBros fan base has been “Burnin’ up” for a reunion and they’ve finally got it

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. The former teenage-heartthrob-trio of Disney Channel is now back on the scene after a nearly 6-year long hiatus. Nick, Joe and Kevin introduce their newer sound with latest single “Sucker” which was released on March 1st. This track quickly saw success as it launched to the top of Billboard’s Hot 100 playlist. Not only was this their most recent single … Continue reading The JoBros fan base has been “Burnin’ up” for a reunion and they’ve finally got it

Art and activism: Guerrilla girls challenge the norm

By Staff Writer Eric Sousa. Whenever the phrase “guerrilla warfare,” is heard, people normally think of rebel groups fighting oppressive regimes with an odd assortment of craftily-handled weapons. With the activist group Guerrilla Girls, this phrase hits the mark fairly well. However, the activist weapons are more unusual than most guerrilla groups; masks, artistic activism, and a message to bring female artists to the limelight … Continue reading Art and activism: Guerrilla girls challenge the norm

Old man yells at Netflix, fears change

By Staff Writer Sawyer Pollitt. As Netflix gains ground as a leading distributor of independent films, some higher ups in the industry are looking to bar Netflix exclusives from the Academy Awards. This is leading to questions regarding the changing landscape of the film industry today. Recently Steven Spielberg came out against Netflix’s inclusion in the world of film saying “Once you commit to a … Continue reading Old man yells at Netflix, fears change

A taste of Korea at Mokban

By Staff Writer Kylie Cooper. With so many incredible restaurants at every corner, it can be difficult to choose where to eat in Providence. Many know of its donut shops and Italian restaurants, but the city also offers great Korean food. Mokban, conveniently located in the heart of downtown Providence, offers plentiful and delicious Korean fare that is well worth the trip. Located at 217 … Continue reading A taste of Korea at Mokban