The impossibility of teaching in the digital age

By Brian Harris, Staff Writer When was the last time you studied for a test? No, I’m serious, when was the last time you honestly thought about whatever class it is that you’re taking? I know many a student who don’t even know the names of their classes, let alone the contents within. And while some professors may be mortified at that statement, I think … Continue reading The impossibility of teaching in the digital age

Landing your dream job

By Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer Resumes, cover letters, applications, interviews, how does one comprehend it all while trying to attend college and take part in clubs and organizations? For some it might be daunting; however, I am here to tell you that it is in fact doable. Whether you are idle and looking for a job, a senior and ready to enter the job force … Continue reading Landing your dream job

Snapchat loses millions after Rihanna criticizes its offensive ad

By Dylan Botelho, Staff Writer We’ve seen social media platforms come and go, AIM, MySpace, Vine, all gone from our lives. Have you ever seen an app murdered in cold blood though? Destroyed by just one single post, gone forever from our lives? Well, you have now with Snapchat. Everything’s changed for the app since their last major update. What once was everyone’s favorite app … Continue reading Snapchat loses millions after Rihanna criticizes its offensive ad

Marvel Studio’s Black Panther and the market for diversity

By Brian Harris, Staff Writer Let’s be clear about this right up front, Black Panther is a massive success. Now, many certainly expected the film to make money, what with it being part of the incredibly popular Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) series of films, which haven’t really had anything close to a box office bomb. But the level of success that the film has obtained … Continue reading Marvel Studio’s Black Panther and the market for diversity

RuPaul derailed by the trans community

By Sawyer Pollitt, Staff Writer RuPaul’s Drag Race has been surging in popularity lately. Many are completely enthralled in one of TV’s only drag competition. Besides sheer entertainment value, this show has brought drag performances into the mainstream and has skyrocketed the careers and celebrity status of many amazing drag queens. However, RuPaul, the host of Drag Race, has recently sashayed into hot water with … Continue reading RuPaul derailed by the trans community

Restaurant Review: Applebee’s

By Benjamin Solomon, Staff Writer Applebee’s. This one located at 500 State Road just a few blocks away from school, but they are everywhere. Applebee’s is a chain with a mixed reputation. Some think of it as an uninspiring family restaurant, while some claim they cook all their food in the microwave. But this isn’t about reputations. The restaurant’s interior is split into the dining … Continue reading Restaurant Review: Applebee’s

The biggest moves that kicked of the NFL free agency frenzy

By Dylan Botelho, Staff Writer Happy new year everyone! The new year of the NFL calendar of course. Kicking off with the opening of free agency, the NFL new year may actually be the most exciting of all. Festivities don’t just stop after day one either, they continue week after week, until we get to the beginning of training camp and rosters begin to get … Continue reading The biggest moves that kicked of the NFL free agency frenzy

Corsairs women’s softball finishes Florida trip strong UMass Dartmouth softball comes back from Florida with momentum

By Zack Downing, Staff Writer The Corsairs women’s softball team traveled all the way to Florida over spring break to begin their season in the 2018 Spring Games, a week-long softball competition that sees teams from all over the country compete. However, the competition felt a little close to home on Friday, March 16 as they faced Gordon College and Fitchburg State. UMass Dartmouth had … Continue reading Corsairs women’s softball finishes Florida trip strong UMass Dartmouth softball comes back from Florida with momentum

Major League Rugby and ESPN ink pact

By Justin McKinney, Sports Editor In a stunning announcement, Major League Rugby, America’s first professional rugby league, and ESPN will be joining forces to cover all 31 of the league’s games this year as it kicks off its inaugural season in April. The league had previously announced a signing with CBS Sports Network that would bring coverage to one game a week and playoffs and … Continue reading Major League Rugby and ESPN ink pact