By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. On Wednesday February 20, 2019, UMassD’s Counselling Center, Director Dave and Kate Perry with Beth Anne Guthrie as the host screened The ‘S’ film movie in the Library Grand Reading Room. Mental illness is a health condition that causes changes to a person’s thinking, mood and behavior. Suicide is one of the leading deaths in America. Approximately, 1.3 million people … Continue reading The ‘S’ Word film examines mental health
By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. Sigma Phi Rho Fraternity, Inc. and the Black Student Union held their 7th annual Black History Month show located in the Main Auditorium on February 16, 2019. The show promptly started at 5:30 PM, however doors opened at 4:30 PM. The show began and opened up with the “Black Migrations: Movement of the People.” The Preshow was a kekeli African … Continue reading 7th annual Black History Month show recap
By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. Just last week, Gucci pulled an eight hundred and ninety-dollar sweater off the shelves because of its racist backlash. Following the Gucci sweater incident, American pop star singer, Katy Perry is being criticized for blackface designed shoes. How could a shoe be racist you may ask? Look no further than the shoe itself: by definition, it is a black face. … Continue reading Katy Perry receives backlash on “blackface” shoes
By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. Last week the House of Deliberation’s held their meeting in the Unity House on February 5, 2019. “What makes a person a ‘slut’” was the topic of discussion, as junior Elaine Sanchez and senior President and Founder Eric James hosted the event. James opened the meeting with raffles, prizes and giveaways of exclusive House of Deliberation merchandise such as crewnecks … Continue reading House of Deliberations: Does sexual promiscuity equal slut?
By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. An event that gathered a community of people to celebrate and promote the legacy of a profound social justice leader. On Friday, February 1, 2019, UMass Dartmouth’s Human Resources Department hosted the 17th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast in Woodland Commons. A warm, delicious breakfast served and catered by the dining services of UMD. Guest keynote speaker included Wade … Continue reading Stepping into Black History Month: 17th Annual Martin Luther King Breakfast
By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. Both Men’s and Woman’s basketball teams were in action this Saturday against Eastern Connecticut. Two solid performances from the teams lead to some exceptional games and more importantly, two amazing victories. The Men’s Corsair basketball team just barely edged out Eastern Connecticut, winning by a single point, 69-68. You could only imagine the intensity of such a close game. With … Continue reading A double Corsairs win: Men’s and women’s basketball teams
By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. Come and join the Historical Society’s exhibit that will be held on January 30, 2019. The location of the gallery will be at the UMass Dartmouth Art Gallery, Star Store campus, and the address is listed below. The exhibit showcases the residences of African American historical figures and abolitionist through 3-D printed models, art illustrations and more. Massachusetts abolished slavery … Continue reading Black Spaces Exist: New Bedford’s Historical Society are celebrating abolition row
By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond Hungry? Are you looking for something new to fire your taste buds? No problemo! I’ve got the perfect restaurant for you! No Problemo is a Mexican restaurant, that has been serving customers since 2009. It is located in New Bedford on 813 Purchase Street. It’s a great spot to grab a bite to eat. Normal hours of operation are from … Continue reading Want to get your mouthful? No Problemo!