Pats make big statement in first win

by Justin McKinney, Staff Writer This is what Bill Belichick does. In 2008, Belichick led a Brady-less Patriots team with a very underwhelming defense to an 11-5 season. Eight years later, we saw Belichick without Brady again, however this Sunday we saw a mean defense that was constantly pressuring Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer. To add to that we saw a quarterback that seemed so … Continue reading Pats make big statement in first win

UMass Dartmouth field hockey bounces back after rough season start

by Sebastian Moronta Blanco, Staff Writer UMass Dartmouth lost this past Wednesday against the Eastern Connecticut Warriors at the Mansfield Complex. Eastern Connecticut scored two goals, leaving the Corsairs shut out in the Little East Conference opener for both teams. UMass Dartmouth started the game strong with two penalty corners in the first ten minutes of play from Haley Donahay, a defender from Cranston, RI, … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth field hockey bounces back after rough season start

Men’s and women’s cross country at RWU

by Jonathan Moniz, Staff Writer On September 3, the Corsairs men’s and women’s Cross Country raced at Roger Williams University. The men’s team placed third and the women’s team placed seventh. Having improved their score from last year, the team came to set their goals higher and go further than they had, earning their top marks. Roger Williams University hosted an invitational tournament which included … Continue reading Men’s and women’s cross country at RWU

Professional sports and freedom of speech

by Andrew Tyrrell, Managing Editor The year is 1984. Dallas, Texas is home to the Republican National Convention, where President Reagan is about to be nominated by the Republican Party for his second term in the Oval Office. Outside of City Hall, a group of people have gathered to protest President Reagan. Among them is Gregory Lee Johnson. As part of his protest, Mr. Johnson … Continue reading Professional sports and freedom of speech

Corsair football kicks off the fresh season

by Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer What a way to welcome in the new year with the Corsair’s kickoff at Mount Ida’s Alumni Field as the football team took home the win. The players were ready to be back on the field again as the team worked together to succeed each quarter. The Corsair offense was on fire from the start as Senior quarterback Cory Burnham … Continue reading Corsair football kicks off the fresh season

Carmilla season 3: Time to leave your bunker

by Jacob Condo, Staff Writer Heads up creampuffs! September 15 is the day the third (and last) season of the web series Carmilla is set to drop. As long as I’ve been waiting for this next chapter, I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s making sure to stock up on tissues. Now for those uninitiated among us, perhaps this is the first time you’ve … Continue reading Carmilla season 3: Time to leave your bunker