New England’s number six

by Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer At age 25, 5’8” and weighing in at 150 pounds, New England Revolution soccer player, Scott Caldwell has stolen the field and the hearts of many, bringing the love of soccer to New England. Jersey number six is not just a number; however, one that carries momentum and the drive to succeed. Caldwell was the second Homegrown Player in club … Continue reading New England’s number six

Patriot victory comes with a price

by Zack Downing, Staff Writer The New England Patriots came into the 2016 season in an unfamiliar way: as underdogs. Without Tom Brady at the helm for the first quarter of the season, most people assumed they would lose 2 or 3 of their first four games, and struggle to recover for the rest of the season. Jimmy Garoppolo is an okay backup quarterback, but … Continue reading Patriot victory comes with a price

Corsair field hockey wins at Clark and loses at Fitchburg

by Jonathan Moniz, Staff Writer The Corsairs field hockey team closed out Clark University 5-0 on Tuesday, September 13, but lost against Fitchburg University 3-2 on Saturday, September 17. The game against Clark started off with the Corsairs on offense, with sophomore Mary Brown from Leicester, Massachusetts beginning the scoring for the Corsairs. Receiving a pass, she broke through Clark’s defense and continued on down … Continue reading Corsair field hockey wins at Clark and loses at Fitchburg

UMass Dartmouth rugby kicks into the regular season

by Christopher Cohen, Sports Editor After representing the Northeast Region in the National Small College Rugby Organization’s National Championship in December 2015 the UMass Dartmouth Women’s Rugby returned to the field as they co-hosted alongside the men’s squad and the rugby club of Salve Regina University. Kicking off at 10 a.m. the women’s team caught a light breeze under clouded skies to relish in a … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth rugby kicks into the regular season

What you should be playing: Monster Hunter Generations

by Jacob Condo, Staff Writer If you’ve ever stared off into the distance imagining epic battle scenes with giant monsters, then Monster Hunter: Generations is the game for you. The 3DS game, released last November, starts out in a small mountain village by the name of Bhrena, where you are employed by the Wycademy as a hunter. Your job is to take quests that send … Continue reading What you should be playing: Monster Hunter Generations

WUMD: Making radio cool again

by Carina Hennessy, Contributing Writer You don’t listen to radio much, right? It’s all the same songs, over and over, with no variety. Why listen to the radio when all you’re getting out of it is an itching hatred for that overplayed Chainsmokers or Twenty One Pilots song that you liked at first? Well, your definition of radio is about to be majorly refreshed. Upstairs … Continue reading WUMD: Making radio cool again

Science fiction book club launch

by Jonathan Moniz, Staff Writer Starting this year, the Dystopian Book Club has changed, naming itself the Science Fiction Book Club and shifting its focus from primarily dystopian novels to the entire genre of science fiction. Co-founded between librarians Hilary Kraus, Kari Mofford, and the English Director of First Years, Alexis Teagarden, the group started in the fall of 2014. After their first year, the … Continue reading Science fiction book club launch