Women’s Basketball positive in up-and-down week 

By Staff Writer Sara Vasquez In a productive start to their season, the UMass Dartmouth women‘s basketball team earned three wins through their first five-game stretch to start narrowly above .500.   The Corsairs’ season kicked off with an exhibition match against their division I compatriots in the UMass Amherst Minutemen. While existing outside both their division and conference standings, the 89-39 shellacking suffered at the … Continue reading Women’s Basketball positive in up-and-down week 

Is Sanders the right way to go to stop discrimination against American citizens?  

By Staff Writer Sarah Vasquez  If you don’t know who Ilhan Omar is I am about to tell you a little about who she really is and her core beliefs as a Somali-American. Ilhan Omar was the first Somali-American to be voted into the legislative office and has also been the first on landing a spot in the U.S. Congress. Omar has never been a … Continue reading Is Sanders the right way to go to stop discrimination against American citizens?