A review of Head Town Landing Country Store in Westport

By Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer Are you looking for a quaint little bakery, sandwich, and ice cream one-stop-shop all within minutes from campus? Well, your wish has been granted. The Head Town Landing Country Store is settled in the picturesque town of Westport, Mass. located right on the Westport River and a short drive from Horseneck beach. Just two miles west from UMass Dartmouth, The … Continue reading A review of Head Town Landing Country Store in Westport

Spring concert canceled… We had a spring concert?

By Joanthan Moniz, Staff Writer Now, I’m going to preface this with the value of arts and the musical programs are never to be understated — they aren’t something to laugh at. While my title may or not be a more humorous take on the situation, I do believe this isn’t a big deal. Now why? Why isn’t it a big deal? Well, the reason … Continue reading Spring concert canceled… We had a spring concert?

Point: The Syrian air strike was a good call

By Zack Downing, Staff Writer It goes without saying that Donald Trump’s first months in office have come with a lot of bad decisions. Every once in a while, a smart choice is made, but America is generally unhappy with the way his administration has progressed. On Thursday, April 6, however, the U.S. military retaliated against Syria by sending missiles to strike the military airfields … Continue reading Point: The Syrian air strike was a good call

Counter-point: The attack on Syria was a mistake

By Alex Solari, Staff Writer Trump has created some extreme tension between Syria and the United States recently. The United States launched 59 Tomahawk missiles on a government airbase in Syria, in response to the chemical weapons attacks imposed on Syrian citizens by the Syrian government, which caused dozens of fatalities. According to CNN Politics, “[The attack] represents a substantial escalation of the US military … Continue reading Counter-point: The attack on Syria was a mistake

Letter to the Editor: Being a student leader

By Sofia Reppucci, Contributing Writer You see as many of you are excitingly counting down the days until we graduate and move on to what the world calls bigger and better things, reluctantly I have started a countdown as well. I felt that with the last month I have left it was time to truly address the elephant in the room, or at least one … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Being a student leader

“Making Her Mark” collection arrives at CVPA gallery

By Sebastian Moronta Blanco, Staff Writer From April 12 through 29, the Main Campus Art Gallery in CVPA is hosting an art exhibition comprised of over 60 works of art and other historical artifacts by women in the late nineteenth century. According to the press release, “The exhibition focuses on a group of women artists who were instrumental in the establishment of one of the … Continue reading “Making Her Mark” collection arrives at CVPA gallery

Jim Robitaille Trio rocks jam session

By Justin McKinney, Staff Writer This past week the Jim Ro- bitaille Trio rocked UMass Dartmouth with some stellar smooth jazz in the seventh annual jam session. The jam session features an hour long set from the trio and then an- other hour of student music. Robitaille has been teaching music at UMassD for the past twenty years and said it would be a blessing … Continue reading Jim Robitaille Trio rocks jam session