Say it with love

By Michaella Lesiuer, Staff Writer Skip the chocolate and flowers this Valentine’s Day and go for something a little more unique and creative. It does not have to cost a lot and actually it can be a whole lot cheaper than the whole flowers and chocolate scene. Whether you are shopping for your boyfriend/girlfriend, best friends or a special someone there is something that you … Continue reading Say it with love

Archive Exhibit brings underground culture to the mainsteam

By Sawyer Pollitt, Staff Writer Located in the Ferreira-Mendes Portuguese-American Archives below the Claire T. Carney Library, is a space that many on this campus may not be familiar with. As soon as you enter the archives on the right is the William Q. and Mary Jane MacLean Gallery, and since January it has hosted The Z. Archive 2018 Invitational Zine Exhibition. This exhibition is … Continue reading Archive Exhibit brings underground culture to the mainsteam

Justin Timberlake puts on all-time Super Bowl performance

By Dylan Botelho, Staff Writer Since the New England Patriots lost Super Bowl LII, the only thing that actually matters about the game is the half time performance. May I say… it was the greatest ever. Leave it to Justin Timberlake (JT) to put on a helluva show, without any grand props. That’s what makes JT so great. He didn’t need to jump from the … Continue reading Justin Timberlake puts on all-time Super Bowl performance

50 Shades is trash and that’s why I love it

By Michaela Gates, Staff Writer Contrary to popular belief, the 50 Shades of Grey movies are actually fantastic films. Many people point to the bad acting as well as poor writing and just general terrible film quality as being evident in the first two films. However, I argue that it is these things that make the films fantastic. I truly believe that everyone involved is … Continue reading 50 Shades is trash and that’s why I love it

Get your front row seats: A Concert Guide

By Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer The music industry is hopping and 2018 is bringing all your favorite artists to Massachusetts from there hottest CD’s, too their top of the chart songs, these tours around the world are the place to be and we are counting down with you. From Swifties to Lovatics we have all your favorites. Taylor Swift, Reputation Concert Dates: Gillet Stadium, Foxborough, … Continue reading Get your front row seats: A Concert Guide

Fall in love with a fish in the enchanting The Shape of Water

By Brian Harris, Staff Writer The Shape of Water is easily one of the best films of the year, complete with dazzling visuals, a stellar score and breathtaking performances across the board. It’s also a movie about a 1960s woman falling head over heels for what can best be described as a fish monster. Now, I assume that premise will unfortunately kill a lot of … Continue reading Fall in love with a fish in the enchanting The Shape of Water

Tia Maria’s will steal your heart this Valentine’s Day

By Sawyer Pollitt, Staff Writer Valentine’s day is fast approaching and with it, comes the traditional Valentine’s Day activities that we all know, love, and conform to. One of the most revered and cherished activities is the Valentine’s Day meal that, like a sacred pilgrimage for your religion of choice, proves to the world that your relationship is a meaningful one. Maybe this is your … Continue reading Tia Maria’s will steal your heart this Valentine’s Day

Track and field stars shine bright at LEC and N.E. Alliance Championships

By Dylan Botelho, Staff Writer The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth men and women’s track teams stole the show at the Little East Conference/New England Alliance Championships this past Saturday in Providence, Rhode Island. Five members from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth teams came out of the event with first place finishes in each of their respective events. Taylor Walsh was the first competitor to win … Continue reading Track and field stars shine bright at LEC and N.E. Alliance Championships

Cleveland Indians finally realize their logo is racist

By Benjamin Solomon, Staff Writer The Cleveland Indians are changing their mascot/logo. No longer will Chief Wahoo be found on this team’s merchandise. Instead, something yet to be determined will take its place. This team but one example of the identity crisis facing several American sports teams. Teams generally have a mascot that features on their logo. Sometimes these are animals, like the Miami Marlins, … Continue reading Cleveland Indians finally realize their logo is racist