Annual AIDS benefit show entertains and informs

By Sade Smith, News Editor In direct coalition with the AIDS Action Committee in Boston, Sigma Phi Rho Fraternity Incorporated is once again creating a show that both raises awareness and entertains crowds. In the Main Auditorium on Saturday, October 8, singers, dancers, and spoken word poets will grace the stage with eye opening performances. Before any promotion and invites for the show went out, … Continue reading Annual AIDS benefit show entertains and informs

Bill Plympton: King of indie animation visits UMass Dartmouth

By Sebastian Moronta Blanco, Staff Writer On Thursday, September 29, CVPA’s gallery hosted one of animation’s longest running greats: Bill Plympton. His hand-drawn work lined the walls of the inner gallery, and in the back there were clips from his 2013 feature film, Cheatin’. In the evening, he gave a presentation on his history in animation and the steps he took to become a successful … Continue reading Bill Plympton: King of indie animation visits UMass Dartmouth

Bethesda vs Sony: Mods and “Skyrim Special Edition”

by Jacob Condo, Staff Writer Over the summer, a heartbreaking development spelt doom for the modding dreams of PlayStation 4 owners. After weeks of delays, PlayStation users were denied access to mods after Bethesda and Sony failed to negotiate a way that the mods Bethesda insisted on implementing could be allowed. At that time we were led to believe there were delays on a technical … Continue reading Bethesda vs Sony: Mods and “Skyrim Special Edition”

UMass Dartmouth Professor Stacy Latt Savage’s latest sculpture unveiled to the public

By Chelsea Cabral, Staff Writer Despite the rainy weather on September 30, numerous spectators gathered to witness the unveiling of Professor Stacy Latt Savage’s newest piece, known as the 350/50 Sculpture. Designed by Savage herself, the sculpture is a symbol of the connections between UMass Dartmouth and the Town of Dartmouth itself. The sculpture was built to celebrate the 350th anniversary of Dartmouth as well … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth Professor Stacy Latt Savage’s latest sculpture unveiled to the public

Men’s soccer outdoes Daniel Webster and ties it up against Rhode Island College

by Nicole Belair, Staff Writer The UMass Dartmouth men’s soccer team had their second-straight win last Wednesday, when they out Daniel Webster 3-0. The Corsairs bettered the Eagles by just one shot, 13-12, but put four more on goal.  The first goal was tapped in just seven minutes into the first period by Senior Matt Vidal, assisted by John Correia.    Score-wise, the rest of … Continue reading Men’s soccer outdoes Daniel Webster and ties it up against Rhode Island College

Corsairs football wins with running game

by Zack Downing, Staff Writer The average football fan would tell you that the quarterback is the most essential piece to a football team. He brings the team a lot of its yards, and he’s integral to most plays the offense runs. However, on Saturday the Corsairs didn’t use their quarterback as much as usual. Instead they plowed through the Framingham State defense with a … Continue reading Corsairs football wins with running game

New Bedford’s AHA! Night

by Lauren Medeiros, A&E Editor AHA! Night, which stands for arts, history, and architecture, will be held once again next week in Downtown New Bedford. On the second Thursday of every month, Downtown New Bedford is closed off to traffic for the evening in order to decorate the streets and host a cultural fest for the town. Each month’s event features a different theme and … Continue reading New Bedford’s AHA! Night