God Aggressively Uses Social Media to Attract Millennials

By Eric Sousa, Staff Writer Are you familiar with the sensation of having an old, technologically inept aunt send you a friend request on Facebook? Your palms sweat. Your knees grow weak. Your arms feel heavy. You have concerns related to your mom’s spaghetti. Most importantly, you know that accepting the friend request will invite a world of awkwardness to your social media experience. But, … Continue reading God Aggressively Uses Social Media to Attract Millennials

A present-day witch trial with the people who run this country

By Elijah Santos, Staff Writer The New York Times came out with an insane essay, which has thrown the White House into a mass panic. Chaos rules the halls, reputations hang on by a thread, and a revolution is peaking around the corner. All of this is happening between the most powerful people in this country. The essay was posted anonymously from The New York … Continue reading A present-day witch trial with the people who run this country

Welcome Week legend

By Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer Week of Welcome is a legend for UMass Dartmouth Corsairs families both new and old. Whether you are a freshman, a returning undergrad, graduate or PhD student, UMass Dartmouth has been creating a month-long series of events that brings students together to celebrate the new academic year. To me it’s a week that myself as well as other students look … Continue reading Welcome Week legend

I need a hero: but do I, really?

By Samantha Wahl, Staff Writer This past decade has been chock-full of superhero movies. Iron Man, Thor, Batman, Superman, Ant Man, the Wasp, the Justice League, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and the Black Panther all have graced the silver screen over the last ten years, and the list goes on. And now, there are a few shockwaves running through the hero-flick world: over the … Continue reading I need a hero: but do I, really?

Trump will win a second term (if Democrats don’t learn)

By Seth Tamarkin, Staff Writer Over the past few months the prospect of a democrat “blue wave” in the upcoming midterm elections has engulfed the mainstream media. Every week a new poll is released bearing good or bad news and it becomes a sensation once again. But while they seem content with publishing speculative midterm polls, many publications are missing the possible red tsunami of … Continue reading Trump will win a second term (if Democrats don’t learn)

Twitter bans right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

By Greg Estabrooks, Staff Writer Alex Jones, a notorious conspiracy theorist and founder of the alt-right news organization InfoWars, was recently banned from Twitter for violating the site’s abusive behavior policies after he insulted a CNN reporter. Jones, who was already banned or suspended from several other social media websites including Facebook, YouTube, Apple, and Reddit, claims that his First Amendment rights have become under … Continue reading Twitter bans right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

Eminem attempts to rise from the ashes on Kamikaze

By Seth Tamarkin, Staff Writer Eminem hasn’t dropped a great album in nearly a decade. After his “woke” 2017 album Revival got the worst reviews of his career, critics and fans alike were wondering aloud if he had lost all relevancy entirely. Only eight months later, he decided to find out himself with a surpise new album, Kamikaze, that addresses his critics as well as … Continue reading Eminem attempts to rise from the ashes on Kamikaze