Album Review: “Dangerous Woman”

by Alex Solari, Staff Writer If you still see Ariana Grande as an innocent girl from Nickelodeon’s Victorious, watch out, because you’re in for a surprise. On May 20, 2016, Grande released her third album, titled Dangerous Woman. This album is the perfect mix between sexy and serious, with every song throwing a surprise into your preconceived notion of Ariana Grande. You might hear a … Continue reading Album Review: “Dangerous Woman”

Men’s soccer cools down after hot start

by Zack Downing, Staff Writer The UMass Dartmouth Corsairs men’s soccer team opened the season with a thirst for the championship, winning their first three matches and picking up a 4-1 record following a victory against Salve Regina. However, the Corsairs took it on the road last week and lost two low-scoring games at Eastern Connecticut and Salem State. UMass Dartmouth came into their Eastern … Continue reading Men’s soccer cools down after hot start

Women’s soccer shuts out

by Arpeni Mael, Editor-in-Chief Talia D’Ambruoso of the women’s soccer team scored a goal in the 54th minute to tie the game 1-1 against the Corsairs and the Pioneers on Wednesday, September 21. The first half of the game went without either team scoring. In the 48th minute of play, Smith College was able to make their mark. Reilly Sullivan was able to rifle a … Continue reading Women’s soccer shuts out

Fighting the breeze Central Series 2

by Jonathan Moniz, Staff Writer This past Saturday and Sunday, the 2016-2017 year for sailing began with the UMass Dartmouth ailing team competing in the regatta at Boston University, facing a strong headwind. The sailing team consists of thirteen overall members, captained by seniors Kelsey Delosh from Boston, Massachusetts and Courtney Grippin from Wilbraham, Massachusetts. The team is led by Head Coach Jerry Jennings, and … Continue reading Fighting the breeze Central Series 2

The benefits of tutoring from a tutor’s perspective

by Chelsea Cabral, Staff Writer Whether it’s improving your communication, leadership skills, or just gaining new insight on something, peer tutoring is a great avenue to take for both the tutor and the student. As I embark on my third year of college here at UMass Dartmouth, I often reflect on my experiences here that have shaped who I am as a student. One particular … Continue reading The benefits of tutoring from a tutor’s perspective

Corsairs roll past Bucs 29-7

by Justin McKinney, Staff Writer The UMass Dartmouth men’s rugby football club took the field against the Mass Maritime Buccaneers at Mass Maritime. For the Corsairs it was a tale of two halves as they played an almost flawless second half following a dismal first half. The Corsairs received the opening kickoff and promptly marched into Bucs territory, however the Corsairs were plagued by drops … Continue reading Corsairs roll past Bucs 29-7

Tier 1 ranking: What this means for UMass Dartmouth

by Nicole Belair, Staff Writer On September 13, 2016, UMass Dartmouth received some exciting news about its national ranking. This year, UMass Dartmouth has achieved a National Tier 1 designation in the US News and World Report Best Colleges rankings. This was a jump from its previous designation as just a regional university. In addition to its new Tier 1 title, UMass Dartmouth has also … Continue reading Tier 1 ranking: What this means for UMass Dartmouth