By Benjamin Pfeffer, Staff Writer Leaving many fans to mourn, and many critics to rejoice, the announcement has been made by Producers Warner Bros. Television that the unique sitcom, The Big Bang Theory, will be calling it quits after season 12. Jim Parsons, who plays main character Sheldon Cooper, is the one behind the show’s end. Even though he was making a million dollars every … Continue reading Did the Big Bang Theory really deserve 12 seasons?
By Seth Tamarkin, Staff Writer Despite President Trump’s consistently terrible approval ratings, the Democrats are in utter disarray on who will challenge him for the Presidency in 2020. The Democratic establishment is worried that the two favorites to lead the party, former Vice-President Joe Biden and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, will soon be octogenarians and do not represent, to quote Bernie, “the young people”. With … Continue reading The Frontrunners for President are almost 80 years old, does that matter?
By Michaella Lesieur, Staff Writer Each year college brings a new start for the Corsair family, whether you’re a freshman or first year graduate student there are tips and tricks to start off your journey and to continue to use over your next couple of years. 1. Explore and Take Note As the semester starts make sure to take out your marker and star all … Continue reading The secret to college success
By Eric Sousa, Staff Writer There is an epidemic going around UMass Dartmouth this semester. No, it isn’t polio (thank you, vaccinations). It isn’t the geese that are ever-terrorizing lot 3 &4 (your time is coming, you foul fowl.) No, the situation pervading our merry Dartmouth lands is much direr than these. It beckons our attention with the fury of a thousand suns. It requires … Continue reading VeoRiding towards a happier tomorrow
By Benjamin Pfeffer, Staff Writer Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, an internet personality and professional gamer, is by far the most popular gamer in the world. He has achieved this through livestreaming his games and life onto a website called Twitch, Amazon’s streaming platform. However, he reached a new height in these past few weeks. In this past year he has reached heights previously unimaginable to the … Continue reading Is Fortnite the new football?
By James Mellen III, Staff Writer Frontman of popular KPop band BTS Kim Nanjoon spoke to our reptilian overlords at the United Nations last week. While it might make sense with the political climate of the Korean peninsula that the band would talk about a politically charged issue, the pop culture representative of the worlds 11th largest economy decided to talk to a room full … Continue reading KPop makes its way into The United Nations
By Samantha Wahl, Staff Writer A mainstay of TV history, The Twilight Zone has become a staple of pop culture. And a very prolific one, at that. From the beginning of its run in 1958, there have been a total of 264 episodes aired. These have been spread across three series: the original starting in ’58, then a revival in 1985, and a second revival … Continue reading Jordan Peele to narrate and produce Twilight Zone remake