Post Thanksgiving Activities

By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn. After gathering around the dining room table with friends and family on Thanksgiving day, a majority of malls and store doors opened at midnight, awaiting for the rush of customers to swarm in. Every Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, customers line up outside of businesses, anticipating on making huge purchases that are discounted for the holiday season.   The term “Black … Continue reading Post Thanksgiving Activities

VeoRide Bike Share Impacts on Umass Dartmouth Community

By Contributing Writer Caroline Quirk Umass Dartmouth’s 3 month trial experiment with the VeoRide bike share program has made a significant impact on the health of both the campus environment and the health of the community. VeoRide is a brand new corporation, since its launch in April 2018, it has grown into a successful alternative form of transportation in communities and campuses all over the … Continue reading VeoRide Bike Share Impacts on Umass Dartmouth Community

Women in Engineering: A discussion of success

By Contributing Writer Kylie Cooper Five successful women engineers shared their career experiences during the fifth annual Women in Engineering Panel Discussion, presented on November 29 by the Society for Women Engineers. The event, held in Woodland Commons, began with an hour-long Q&A discussion and was followed by a reception that gave students the chance to network and expand their career opportunities. Moderating the panel … Continue reading Women in Engineering: A discussion of success

Physics student Trevor Robertson publishes research in well-renowned undergraduate journal

By Editor-in-Chief Chelsea Cabral. Trevor Robertson, a junior physics major with a minor in mathematics from Somerset, Massachusetts, has just accomplished a feat that few undergraduate students have the privilege of touting—getting their work published in an academic journal.  Robertson’s paper, titled “Application of the Finite Difference Method to the 1-D Schrödinger Equation” was published in UReCA: The NCHC Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, a peer-reviewed web journal of … Continue reading Physics student Trevor Robertson publishes research in well-renowned undergraduate journal

Bernie Sanders talks resistance and politics in new book

By Staff Writer Timothy Howard. Yesterday Bernie Sanders’ new book Where We Go From Here was released in bookstores across America. Quite apropos given that he is almost assuredly going to be a contender in the democratic primary for 2020. In his new book, Sen. Sanders discusses various moments he experienced from June of 2016 to the present day. His book begins with his struggle to claw the … Continue reading Bernie Sanders talks resistance and politics in new book