Family gets caught smuggling deceased family member to Canada

By Staff Writer Eric Sousa. Have you ever heard the expression, “Healthcare costs are so high you might as well smuggle your deceased dad’s 80 year-old body to Canada,” before? No? Well, based on events that happened March 31st, that might just become the next hit phrase. At around 2:30 in the morning on Sunday, a van was stopped at the border between Vermont and … Continue reading Family gets caught smuggling deceased family member to Canada

Anderson .Paak hits the mark with Ventura

By Staff Writer Sawyer Pollitt. Californian musician Anderson .Paak recently released his fourth studio album Ventura. This eleven track LP is a funky foray with soulful motifs that are a treat to the ears. First, it must be noted that this album contains a number of features by the likes of Andre 3000, Smokey Robinson, Lalah Hathaway, Jazmine Sullivan, Sonyae Elise, Brandy, and Nate Dogg. … Continue reading Anderson .Paak hits the mark with Ventura

20 Cent sets to deliver, as Cabaret debuts Thursday, April 25th

By Staff Writer Eric Sousa. Cabaret, a musical set in 1931 Berlin, is coming to UMass Dartmouth through our own theater company, 20 Cent Fiction. The play features wartime Berlin as the Nazis rise to power, displaying a society that works to accommodate the drastic changes from that time period. It focuses on the nightlife scene from a club known as the Kit Kat Klub. … Continue reading 20 Cent sets to deliver, as Cabaret debuts Thursday, April 25th

AHA Night: A sustainable success

By Staff Writer Samantha Wahl. When I first heard of “AHA! Night”, I figured it was some kind of invention spotlight. After all, one usually associates “A-ha!” with something like “Eureka!”; an exclamation you make after you come to some brilliant discovery. However, it actually stands for Art, History and Architecture Night. Once a month in downtown New Bedford, art galleries, cafes, and other area … Continue reading AHA Night: A sustainable success

Cask & Pig: A great atmosphere for an occasional treat

By Staff Writer Samantha Wahl, If you’re going by the name, the Cask & Pig sounds like a simple, down-home place. Prepare for a bit of a surprise when you walk in. The dining room has a distinctly modern feel, with some country touches. A sleek wooden bar, flat-screen TVs, and sports memorabilia on the walls makes for a cool combination of southern charm and … Continue reading Cask & Pig: A great atmosphere for an occasional treat

Shaam-E-Masti: A fun-filled night of entertainment

By Staff Writer Tamendy Raymond. On Saturday April 13, 2019 the Pakistani Student Association and the Muslim Student Association hosted their Shaam E Masti event in Woodland Commons. First time hosting an event as such, with the fantastic help of the e-board making decorations from scratch, and finally it all coming together in a theme of purple and gold, which took about a month of … Continue reading Shaam-E-Masti: A fun-filled night of entertainment

An Aquarium…for FREE?

By Staff Writer Maddie Kenn. You’re probably reading this because the title caught your attention. Before you get your hopes up about indulging in an article about enjoying the wonders of marine life, and better yet, for no cost, let me inform you, that this article will not be pertaining that information. In fact, the information here isn’t about animals… at all. Please, don’t go … Continue reading An Aquarium…for FREE?

Baseball finds middle-ground against Endicott, Castleton

By Staff Writer Thomas Griffin. There’s been slow goings for the Corsair men’s baseball team in the middle of April, exchanging wins and losses with Endicott’s Gulls and Castleton’s Spartans over a relatively quiet week. Starting the week with an out-of-conference matchup against the Gulls, and later facing off with the Spartans in a Little-East Conference doubleheader, all three games were noteworthy for being low-scoring … Continue reading Baseball finds middle-ground against Endicott, Castleton

Rain delay doesn’t delay Richards, Corsair Softball against Plymouth State

By Staff Writer Tom Griffin. It’s been a slow week for UMassD’s Corsair softball team, who squeaked out one win and one loss in a doubleheader against Plymouth State’s Panthers Sunday afternoon. Contributing to the slow week was a doubleheader scheduled against Western Connecticut for Saturday, which was unfortunately postponed until further notice. This means that, since their last matchup against Worcester State the Sunday … Continue reading Rain delay doesn’t delay Richards, Corsair Softball against Plymouth State

Dartmouth women’s lacrosse drops to 4-7 on the season with all 7 of those losses coming at home

By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. The UMass Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team dropped two gametime decisions to both the Eastern Connecticut Warriors on Saturday and the Worcester State Lancers on Tuesday, losing to the Warriors by a score of 17-6 and then almost matching it with a similar loss of 17-4 against the Lancers. The losses dropped their overall record to 4-7 on the season and … Continue reading Dartmouth women’s lacrosse drops to 4-7 on the season with all 7 of those losses coming at home