Nothing but laughs at UmassD

By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn On Tuesday January 29, UMass Dartmouth welcomed two comedians, Kiry Shabazz, and Feraz Ozel to the stage. By 7p.m., the auditorium seats were occupied by a small, but respectable crowd. Once everyone was seated and settled in for a night of laughter and entertainment, the lights dimmed and Shabazz embraced the spotlight as he received a warm welcome from the … Continue reading Nothing but laughs at UmassD

Are Academy Award nominations the best of the best or just the least hated?

By Staff Writer Gabriella Barthe. 2018 was a big year in film. With superhero films holding the top two spots in worldwide gross profits, Avengers: Infinity War becoming the fourth movie to surpass the $2 billion milestone, the Marvel Cinematic Universe becoming the first film franchise to gross more than $15 billion, for the first time in history the month of February hit $1 billion … Continue reading Are Academy Award nominations the best of the best or just the least hated?

Netflix releases a list of all movies and shows for the first two months of 2019

By Staff Writer Benjamin Pfeffer. Netflix, the popular streaming platform, releases a list of all shows and movies to be released for the following month. So far in 2019, they have released the January list and the February list. When the January list was released, the public was appalled that the popular 90s show Friends was on there to be removed from Netflix. Fans were … Continue reading Netflix releases a list of all movies and shows for the first two months of 2019

The Masked Singer singing show is a big hit… as an idea

By Staff Writer Benjamin Pfeffer. A new show The Masked Singer is, as you might’ve guessed, another singing show. It has been overhyped and ended up being a severe disappointment. The show had its premiere on January 2, 2019. It is hosted by, as you could guess in a few tries, Nick Cannon. If, for whatever reason, you end up curious about the show and … Continue reading The Masked Singer singing show is a big hit… as an idea

Restaurant review: Take a bite out of Chomp

By Staff Writer Tighe Ratcliffe. If you’re new to the New England area, or have lived here most your life, you know it’s full of a lot of hidden gems. Chomp Kitchen and Drinks is one of them. Chomp is a small little restaurant in Warren, Rhode Island, that specializes in local craft beer and gourmet burgers. They make their own house ketchup (which is … Continue reading Restaurant review: Take a bite out of Chomp

Putting down pens for paint brushes at Paint Night

By Staff Writer Kylie Cooper. Creativity was abound in the Campus Center on Thursday, January 31 as students traded in their pens and notebooks for brushes and palettes. Led by alum Doug Woodhouse ‘11, students transformed their blank canvases into cherry blossom tree landscapes as part of SAIL’s Paint Night. Like other paint night events, the 50 participants were instructed step-by-step and were encouraged to … Continue reading Putting down pens for paint brushes at Paint Night

A double Corsairs win: Men’s and women’s basketball teams

By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. Both Men’s and Woman’s basketball teams were in action this Saturday against Eastern Connecticut. Two solid performances from the teams lead to some exceptional games and more importantly, two amazing victories. The Men’s Corsair basketball team just barely edged out Eastern Connecticut, winning by a single point, 69-68. You could only imagine the intensity of such a close game. With … Continue reading A double Corsairs win: Men’s and women’s basketball teams

Celtics and Lakers looking to sign Anthony Davis

By Staff Writer Seth Tamarkin. If there’s one thing the NBA does right, it’s entertaining its maniacal fanbase. Nothing goes unnoticed in today’s world and even more so when there are reporters just waiting to break the next big story. Therefore, when something big does happen it doesn’t just make waves, it engulfs the fanbase into watching every move that goes around throughout the league. … Continue reading Celtics and Lakers looking to sign Anthony Davis

Corsairs keep winter hot with strong showing at women’s track meet

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin A wonderful weekend for New England sports began not with Sunday evening’s Super Bowl festivities, but instead at a Saturday afternoon women’s invitational track meet. Headlining the women’s team’s accomplishments is Ella Rath, whose posted time of 2:42.64 earned her a second-place finish in the 800 meters. Making UMass Dartmouth history for her third-place showing in the 600 meters, Taylor … Continue reading Corsairs keep winter hot with strong showing at women’s track meet

The Goat tramples the Rams: Patriots win Super Bowl LIII

By Staff Writer James Mellen. That’s right, we won the most boring game of football that I have ever sat through! The lowest scoring Super Bowl in history ended in a 13-3 win for the New England Patriots! There were a few other records broken in the game, such as but not limited to, the Los Angeles Rams being the first team to punt on … Continue reading The Goat tramples the Rams: Patriots win Super Bowl LIII