By Staff Writer Jake Hunsinger Former President George W Bush and Ellen DeGeneres are friends. And they should be! If they enjoy each other’s company then they should be. It should be that simple. It was that simple for a very long time! Be that as it may, it seems that the general public has decided that it is deeper than that, and that these … Continue reading Unlikely friends face public backlash
By Staff Writer Eric Sousa Over the past seven weeks, major cities in Haiti have undergone intense rioting in protests as an outcry against President Moise. Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, has seen incredible unrest as the majority of the country reaches its boiling point. Stores are looted, cars are set aflame, burning tires are strewn through the destroyed streets. The outcry is a response to … Continue reading Haiti endures the seventh week of protests over government corruption
By Contributing writer Liz Anusauskas While climate activists are flooding the streets of America, there are dozens of other protests going on around the world. If I could talk about all of them in one coherent article, I would but instead, I’m simply going to write about the one closest to me- the Catalan crisis. So… what’s up with those protests in Spain? The northeastern … Continue reading Large protests in Catalan
By Contributing Writer Abigail Field Natalie Wynn, better known as ContraPoints on YouTube, has just come out with a long awaited video on opulence. Wynn is an American transgender YouTuber whose channel is primarily comprised of intricate and theatrical video essays, and she is well known as a prominent left-wing voice on the platform. She is also fairly notorious for her work in “de-radicalizing the … Continue reading Opulence, you (look like you) own everything!
By Staff Writer Sara Vasquez On Wednesday, October 16, UMass Dartmouth’s women’s soccer team managed to bring another victory back to campus with them. Facing off against Rhode Island College’s Anchorwomen, the Corsairs were able to score their first goal of the game within 24 seconds of halftime, on the outstanding efforts of Senior Jennifer Woehl. Woehl’s goal would allow the Corsairs to take, and … Continue reading Women’s Soccer Trades Nail-Biters with Rhode Island College, Keene State
By Sports Editor Tom Griffin This season and this past week mark the 100th career win as head coach for Henry Almeida and the UMassD men’s soccer team. Accomplishing his hundredth in a steamrolling against Southern Maine, the milestone comes as a neutral price – a tie against Rhode Island College. The Corsairs’ outing against Southern Maine was, tactically, possibly Almeida’s best work. The UMassD team … Continue reading Head Coach Almeida’s 100th Win Comes with Tying Price
By Sports Editor Tom Griffin The UMass Dartmouth football team suffered their second loss of the season with a devastating 56-20 blowout against Bridgewater State. With this loss comes the unfortunate truth that the Corsairs’ previous hopes for an undefeated season, which had come to an end against the Framingham State Rams the week prior, were little more than hopes. Through four mostly uneventful quarters, … Continue reading Bears Shuffle over Corsair Crew 56-20