Volunteer Writer Allison Gleavy advocates for an expanded emotional support dog program at UMass Dartmouth, citing the success of Gracie, a therapy dog who offers stress relief to STEM students. She suggests faculty members could train their pets to provide academic and emotional support across the campus, despite the additional care and oversight required. Continue reading We Have a Lab Lab, So Why Not a LARTS Lab?
The SGA’s Fall 2023 Leadership Forum centered around discussions featuring budget cuts and procedural transparency. The forum also addressed issues of safety, infrastructure, and potential student activities fee hikes to increase organization funding. Future plans include increased website transparency and further discussions about event locations. Continue reading Budget Questions and More Answered at the Fall 2023 Leadership Forum
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 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
(Image via bannerhealth.com) Volunteer Writer: Brett Talbot Email: email@example.com When I was stuck at home and constantly fighting the Wi-Fi during two whole semesters of remote learning, it made sense to feel a bit stressed out. But even after my classes transitioned back into a face-to-face setting, the stress didn’t magically go away. Whether it stems from personal matters, feeling overloaded with work, or even … Continue reading It’s Time to Destress