A rough week for women’s volleyball

By Editor-in-Chief Gabriella Barthe Starting off the school year for any one can be a stressful time, and it seems that is no exception for the women’s volleyball team this year. The team has a twenty-five match schedule for this season through October 31, three of which happened last weekend. Two home and one away game later, women’s volleyball is standing at a 0-5 season. … Continue reading A rough week for women’s volleyball

Antonio Brown offers Pats unstable talent at wide receiver

 By Sports Editor Tom Griffin For the time being, it’s official: Antonio Brown is now a part of the Patriots offense. Brown, the seven-time pro bowler and four-time All-Pro, spent a lengthy and fruitful eight-year tenure as the #1 wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but requested a trade at the end of their rocky 2018 season. He was traded to the Oakland Raiders in … Continue reading Antonio Brown offers Pats unstable talent at wide receiver

Corsairs sink Buccaneers Ship in 4-0 Rout

By Assistant Editor-in-Chief Dylan Botelho The Corsair’s Men’s Soccer team’s latest game started as the sun began to set, with a slight chill in the air and a bit of dew layered on the green turf of Cressy Field. Tonight’s game could have very easily been waged on the open seas of the 16th century, as the Corsairs faced the Mass Maritime Buccaneers. For as … Continue reading Corsairs sink Buccaneers Ship in 4-0 Rout

Corsair football edges out Husson Eagles in overtime thriller

By Sports Editor Tom Griffin A powerful offense and some overtime heroics led UMassD past a high-scoring Husson 48-41 Saturday afternoon. Early on, the Corsairs dared Eagles quarterback David Morrison to beat them through the air with his arm – he did so, scoring first in an efficient five-minute drive. Not to be outdone on home soil, UMassD put both game management and the rock … Continue reading Corsair football edges out Husson Eagles in overtime thriller

Upcoming Theatre at UMass Dartmouth

By Contributing Writer Nicole O’Connell As UMass Dartmouth begins another semester, it also begins another season of theatre. Both the UMass Dartmouth Theatre Company and 20 Cent Fiction Production Company are preparing to bring some excitement to campus in their upcoming seasons. The UMass Dartmouth Theatre Company’s 12th Annual Broadway will be held in early November. Kenzi Farland, UMass Dartmouth Theater Company’s secretary and Reilly … Continue reading Upcoming Theatre at UMass Dartmouth

“I’m in pierogi paradise” – Guy Fieri

By Staff Writer Kira Bruce On Friday, September 6th, I went out to Patti’s Pierogis for some delicious Polish food! The place was packed, for a small restaurant. They do have a reasonably sized parking lot but all the spots in the area around the restaurants were taken. The restaurant was really busy when I arrived at about 7 o’clock. There were no tables available … Continue reading “I’m in pierogi paradise” – Guy Fieri

Post Mallone “Hollywood’s Bleeding”

By Staff Writer Megan Sullivan Austin Richard Post, otherwise known as Post Malone, is a contemporary young singer, songwriter, and record producer, born in New York in 1995, but raised in Grapevine, Texas. His father, Rich Post, is responsible for his talented son’s interest for many genres of music, and clearly the rest is history. Post Malone has had an interest in music since childhood, … Continue reading Post Mallone “Hollywood’s Bleeding”