Make Kanye great again

By Staff Writer Ben Pfeffer. Oh Kanye. How do you do it? No other person on this planet could even think to come up with what you just said. On September 30, Kanye West tweeted a picture of himself in a “Make America Great Again” hat with the caption “this represents good and America becoming whole again. We will no longer outsource to other countries. … Continue reading Make Kanye great again

Soul Sightings! Welcome! We’re Here to Serve

By Contributing Writer Frank Lucca. The staff of The Center for Religious and Spiritual Life welcomes you back to UMass Dartmouth. For undergraduates, graduate and international students arriving on campus for the first time, we welcome you and we look forward to meeting you! The Center for Religious and Spiritual Life is the center for faith, religion and spirituality on campus. We are located in … Continue reading Soul Sightings! Welcome! We’re Here to Serve

Why doesn’t anyone read in the library?

By Staff Writer Madison Kenn. The Claire T. Carney library here on campus is a great tool for students to use at their leisure. There are several floors of free space for those seeking a quiet place to study, or just to hang out after a long day of classes. The library also provides accessible computers and printers for those who need it. It is … Continue reading Why doesn’t anyone read in the library?

LGBTQ fundraiser drag show awes crowd

By Staff Writer Eric Sousa. I can say with confidence that, up to this point in my life, I have never seen a drag queen dressed as Hillary Clinton accept dollar bills on a stage to a musical rendition of her campaign speech. After last Thursday, at the Annual UMass Dartmouth Drag Show, I can no longer claim that same innocence. Having never been to … Continue reading LGBTQ fundraiser drag show awes crowd

dNB Burgers: The best burger in town

By Staff Writer Greg Estabrooks. Located in the heart of downtown New Bedford is a bustling burger joint called dNB Burgers. Yes, dNB does in fact stand for “downtown New Bedford” in case you were wondering. Being a New Bedford resident for a few years myself, this is a place that I visited frequently, and is one that I would put very high up on … Continue reading dNB Burgers: The best burger in town

Even Rocketman gets his own biopic

By Staff Writer Madison Kenn. Biopic movies, also known as biographical, are becoming more popular as producers choose to film about the historical lives of celebrities and well known individuals. The films most likely broadcasts the steps an artist takes to pursue their career, and how they became successful in their field. Biopic films were at their highest of popularity in the 1930s but are … Continue reading Even Rocketman gets his own biopic

Dunkin’ name change brings hate

By Staff Writer Ben Pfeffer. Dunkin’ Donuts has officially changed its name to just Dunkin’. This brand change has been talked about for over a year now and had not been implemented until recently. Dunkin’ has finally gone through with the idea. Stores are slowly being rebranded all across the world. They are changing from the classic “Dunkin’ Donuts” to simply “Dunkin’” in an attempt … Continue reading Dunkin’ name change brings hate

Men’s soccer takes home a win from Castleton, Vermont

By Staff Writer Elijah Santos The Corsairs traveled up to Castleton, Vermont this weekened to take on the Castleton Spartans. In what proved to be a very competitive match, the Corsairs would eventually pull away with a win. A heroic 59th minute goal from Joe Morehead would be the game winner for UMass Dartmouth in their 2-1 men’s soccer victory during the Saturday evening match … Continue reading Men’s soccer takes home a win from Castleton, Vermont

Men’s and women’s cross country perform strong at James Earley Invitational

By Staff Writer James Mellen III. On October 6, the men and women of UMass Dartmouth’s cross country team competed in the Westfield State James Earley Invitational in Westfield Mass. The day was a beautiful day for competing in the hunt, with a high of 63 degrees and a low of 51 degrees (two degrees below historic high and one degree below historic low). The … Continue reading Men’s and women’s cross country perform strong at James Earley Invitational

Vice Chancellor Shannon Finning talks about the school’s future, her past, and the Dells

By Staff Writer Seth Tamarkin. With a new faculty member joining the UMass Dartmouth community, it only seemed right to interview the school’s new Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Shannon Finning, on everything from her prior experience, her goals for the school in years ahead, and of course, the situation in the Dells. Starting with an introduction to students and faculty alike, the mom of … Continue reading Vice Chancellor Shannon Finning talks about the school’s future, her past, and the Dells