By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn In this perilous time of rapidly changing environments we need to figure out ways to help our planet stay healthy. Let’s brainstorm, what are some ways we can give back to the planet? Well, we can recycle, reduce green house gases, clean the pollution from the ocean, eat babies… Wait, what was that last one? Eat babies? You read that … Continue reading We Don’t Have Enough Time!
By Arts & Entertainment Editor Sawyer Pollitt & Staff Writer Maddie Kenn The desire to have one’s thoughts and opinions heard by the public is a distinctly human feeling. Dear Harbor Radio, “a nomadic bike-powered love letter writing and recording studio”, can offer anyone with the creativity and the ambition the chance to make their voice heard around the world. This artistic work is making … Continue reading Dear Harbor Radio Project
By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn On Friday, September 27th, 2019, Kanye West performed at his second concert in Detroit, and the best part was guests didn’t have to pay in order to attend. The 6,000 offered free tickets were available on ticketmaster and were gone within 18 minutes, proving his popularity. The concert was titled the “Detroit Sunday Service” and was held at the Aretha … Continue reading Sunday Service with Kanye West
By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn A majority of citizens had suspicion that Area 51, a secret Air Force base located in Southern Nevada, was in contact with extraterrestrial entities. These suspicions led to a festival on this past Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, September 2019 in the towns of Rachel and Hiko, Nevada. The event originated from a Facebook user by the name of Matt Roberts, … Continue reading The truth about the Area 51 Alien Raid
By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn A member of The Torch had a life changing opportunity to participate in a non-profit organization and travel to Guatemala this past July. The organization, known as Worthy Village, first started in 2014 with a small group of volunteers and has increased in size over the years. Worthy Village was established by a former UMass Dartmouth student, Julia Rayberg. Rayberg … Continue reading Making a difference in Guatemala
By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn Students and faculty are preparing themselves for the outbreak of Eastern Equine Encephalitis, commonly known by its abbreviation, EEE in the Dartmouth area. Staff writers for the Torch were able to meet with professor Bromage, an immunologist here on campus to discuss the virus and what community members can do to avoid getting infected. The virus is known to be … Continue reading The scientific facts behind Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus (EEE)