New theatre company leadership starts on right foot

By Arts & Entertainment Editor Alex Kerravala. 20 Cent Fiction, one of the two on campus theatre companies, was one of the several clubs on campus to participate in Relay for life. With the 4 group members there all day and the several others who visited at some point throughout the day, the Theatre Company was able to raise $847 dollars for Relay for Life, … Continue reading New theatre company leadership starts on right foot

Far Cry: New Dawn – Same game, new look

By Arts & Entertainment Editor Alex Karravala. Far Cry: New Dawn, the latest installment in the Far Cry series, yet another franchise of single player first person shooters. However, what sets Far Cry apart from the rest is its collection of wacky characters, unique settings, and open worlds ready to be conquered. This installment is no different, and for its “unique” setting, we get to … Continue reading Far Cry: New Dawn – Same game, new look

UMassD basketball dominates Rhode Island, but struggles against Plymouth State

By A&E Editor Alex Kerravala This week was a bit up and down for the Corsairs Basketball teams, as men’s Basketball held an impressive 4-game winning streak, while women’s basketball unfortunately suffered a crushing loss in double overtime, ending their 9-game winning streak. UMass Dartmouth hosted Rhode Island College on Wednesday, February 6th, where the men’s and women’s teams were both able to come away … Continue reading UMassD basketball dominates Rhode Island, but struggles against Plymouth State

Kapossy and McDonough give Plymouth a run for their money

By A&E Editor Alex Kerravala. Despite a well-fought battle, UMass Dartmouth ice hockey lost 4-2 to Plymouth State in a Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference matchup on Saturday evening at Hanaway Rink, Plymouth. The hosting Panthers kicked off the second period with a single goal lead, but quickly made it two just 3 minutes into the period. The lead was reduced when sophomore Kai Kapossy … Continue reading Kapossy and McDonough give Plymouth a run for their money

Theatre companies hard at work with Variety Show and not-so-straight play

By Alex Kerravala, Staff Writer Our campus’ two theatre companies held their eleventh annual joint variety show, where our numerous talented performers got to flex their vocal muscles, all for the good cause of raising money for Cancer Research. And if for whatever reason singing isn’t your interest, you’ll be happy to know 20Cent Theatre Company has their straight play, the ironically not straight Romeo … Continue reading Theatre companies hard at work with Variety Show and not-so-straight play

Sexual Assault Month filled with student support

By Alex Kerravala, Staff Writer With April being sexual assault awareness month, the Center for Women, Gender, and sexuality have been active in keeping this campus filled with activities relevant to the month. Aside from frequent tabling to remind the campus of this important issue, one such event was a film screening on April 11 in the Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality.  The previously mentioned film … Continue reading Sexual Assault Month filled with student support

Student Veterans Association activist president graduates, leaves organization in good hands

By Alex Kerravala, Staff Writer Student Veterans Association President and activist Jack Crowell graduates after joining the SVA in 2015 and eagerly and energetically expanding the organization to the best of his abilities.   Crowell Joined the SVA just as a Vet assistant, trying to earn work study on an easy gig, but quickly found it was in dire need of assistance. Since Crowell took the role of … Continue reading Student Veterans Association activist president graduates, leaves organization in good hands