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
By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. Following three challenging road games the Corsair men’s lacrosse team resumed play at Cressy field earlier this week with a game against the UMass Boston Beacons. With Donovan Prozinski’s 6-point performance and the strong net minding of Ted McCaffery the Corsair’s grabbed a 10-8 victory over the beacons. Sawyer Gibbons kick started Dartmouth’s 7-0 run early in the first quarter … Continue reading Dartmouth men’s lacrosse suffers two losses following win over Beacons
By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. ID software and company are back with their newest installment to the World War II inspired video game series Wolfenstein. However, the politically-rooted video game’s release didn’t come without controversy. Following its announcement at the E3 gaming convention, many long time fans of the game took to Reddit forums and Youtube comment sections alike to express their discontent with the … Continue reading Wolfenstein: Youngblood endures sexism over new female leads
By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. Head coach Ryan Murphy and the UMass Dartmouth men’s lacrosse team faced three road games this past week. The schedule would prove to be a great test for the group as they looked to weather the storms of both the Keene State Owls and the Coast Guard Bears, both of which have seen plenty of success so far this season. … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth men’s Lacrosse faces three consecutive challenging road games.
By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi To all the Apple enthusiasts, please remove your Airpods for one second. This past week the newest additions to the iPad air and iPad mini families were announced. Consumers will be able to purchase these products starting the week of March 24. So yet again, bust out your wallets for more minute changes to re-branded products. Starting with the “improvements” … Continue reading iPad Mini and iPad Air offer no exciting improvements
By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. The UMass Dartmouth Equestrian team recently wrapped up their season at the Region 1 IHSA finals which took place at the Harris Equestrian Center in Tiverton, RI. The team has been working on building their program as they finished. The team is led by head-coach Mary Charette and assistant coach Emily Steeley. The Equestrian team had an impressive season. The … Continue reading UMass Dartmouth Equestrian team caps off season with IHSA regionals
By Staff Writer Zach Lunghi. The UMass Foundation hosted two faculty speaker events in Florida this past spring break, one in Palm Beach on the 13 of March and one in Naples on the 14 of March. Over one hundred-seventy-five alumni and friends were in attendance for the programs. This is the second faculty speaker series for the foundation as they’ve hosted its initial Speaker … Continue reading UMass Foundation hosts second ‘Speaker Series’