You can’t spell Dartmouth without “art”

Located on our school’s website, there is a tab titled “Year in Review.” The page explores all the noteworthy accomplishments The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth has seen throughout 2018. Don’t worry though, it’s not similar to those dumb Snapchat stories we saw on New Year’s Eve; this has substance. After reviewing the link, I came to one conclusion. We’re too nice in the subjects of … Continue reading You can’t spell Dartmouth without “art”

AOC is A-OK

By Staff Writer Sawyer Pollitt. The recent midterm elections shook up the political landscape of America, flipping the House of Representatives from Republican to Democrat and introducing the country to a new generation of freshman representatives. While every new representative is significant in their own way, few have been more outspoken or more in the public eye than the representative for New York’s 14th Congressional … Continue reading AOC is A-OK

It’s “Ice” to be back at school

By Staff Writer Tighe Ratcliffe With everyone coming back to school from being all warm and toasty over winter break, we once again have become accustomed to certain… amenities. Like warmth for instance, or a good home-cooked meal (but that’s another story for another time). But now it’s back to school, and back to reality. UMass Dartmouth students aren’t unfamiliar with the “cold-shoulder” that the … Continue reading It’s “Ice” to be back at school

Will Trump be impeached before the 2020 election?

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?

What are we doing in Venezuela?

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?

Shining the spotlight on UMass Dartmouth’s theatre companies

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

High hopes for Panic! at the Disco

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