By Staff Writer Timothy Howard. President Donald Trump has been mired by investigation and speculation from the day he took office. Many political pundits and news personalities see it as an inevitability that Trump will be impeached before the end of his tenure as President of the United States. They cite Trump’s questionable financial background, his fondness of Vladimir Putin, and the indictment of more … Continue reading Will Trump be impeached before the 2020 election?
By Staff Writer James Mellen III. When I was in the 9th grade my history teacher taught us about 1917, and the domino theory, and Animal Farm. And quickly after, I wrote my first and only joke “There’s a communist country that has a lot of oil….. And America doesn’t invade. Little did I know that before I even knew who Hugo Chavez was, I … Continue reading What are we doing in Venezuela?
By Staff Writer Tighe Ratcliffe With the second semester well under way, UMass Dartmouth’s two theatre companies, Theatre Company (TCo) and 20 Cent Fiction Productions have a lot planned in store. Whether it’s a musical, straight play without musical numbers, small time commitment shows, or watching horrible B-list movies, these two companies have something for you. Both theatre companies will be holding auditions for their … Continue reading Shining the spotlight on UMass Dartmouth’s theatre companies
By Staff Writer Kylie Cooper There was once a time when mention of Panic! at the Disco beckoned thoughts of eyeliner, song titles that are far too long to remember, and four band members. “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” joined the ranks of classic emo anthems and was their only song many people were familiar with. Five albums later, the only remaining member Brendon Urie—sans … Continue reading High hopes for Panic! at the Disco
By Staff Writer James Mellen III The gaming community was in the news this week and it wasn’t for being sexist! Youtube video game man “Hbomberguy” hosted a 57 hour livestream of Donkey Kong 64 to raise over 300,000 dollars for the Trans rights organization “Mermaids” Mermaids is a United Kingdom based non-profit that works “to raise awareness about gender nonconformity in children and young … Continue reading Gaming stream raises 300k for transgender rights organization
By Staff Writer Madison Kenn. 2018 was a phenomenal year for the motion-picture industry, according to the several exceptional ratings for various films. One of them being, A Star Is Born, released in U.S. theatres on October 5, 2018. This romantic musical drama was produced and directed by Bradley Cooper and follows the story of Cooper himself, and Lady Gaga during both of their musical … Continue reading Top Movies of 2018
By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond Hungry? Are you looking for something new to fire your taste buds? No problemo! I’ve got the perfect restaurant for you! No Problemo is a Mexican restaurant, that has been serving customers since 2009. It is located in New Bedford on 813 Purchase Street. It’s a great spot to grab a bite to eat. Normal hours of operation are from … Continue reading Want to get your mouthful? No Problemo!
By Staff Writer Sawyer Pollitt 2018 was one wild-ride. Thankfully, we all have music to keep us sane and balanced in these trying times. The following are the four albums that I enjoyed the most in 2018. They are listed in no particular order. First, to get it out of the way, is Death Grips’ Year of the Snitch. Admittedly, my favorite musical group, Death … Continue reading 2018 – A year in music
By Staff Writer Seth Tamarkin The internet is at an odd crossroads. On one hand, there has never been a time where information was so readily available. On the other hand, information and content is being erased daily on a scale that has never been seen before. I first discovered this paradox as a young elementary-schooler during the height of YouTube’s fame, in the mid-2000s. … Continue reading Machinima’s entire Youtube channel erased
By Staff Writer Seth Tamarkin. UMassD’s Men’s Hockey squad spent their Winter break clawing tooth and nail back to MASCAC relevance. They say a watched pot never boils, and while the rest of us were enjoying the newly found freedoms of our month-long break off-campus, the Corsairs were playing their hottest January in years. Following a comparably clumsy November and pedestrian but passable 2-1 December, … Continue reading Fire on the ice: Corsair men’s hockey in January