News

UMass Lowell athletics unveils new student entrance at Tsongas and launches student check-in app

Brigid Archibald Connector Editor  Returning Students who are not apart of residence life and had not been to a game since the school year started were met with a surprise when they arrived at the Tsongas Center for the first hockey game of the school year on Friday, Oct. 4. A new student entrance and

Campus Life

Favorite student food locations around campus

Wings Over in Lowell is a student favorite for wings (Photo courtesy of Wings Over) Cassandra Milnes Connector Editor For homecoming weekend, many friends and families will be visiting students and attending all of UMass Lowell’s events. After the events, here are a few places to visit for all kinds of dining experiences all over

Favorite student food locations around campus

Wings Over in Lowell is a student favorite for wings (Photo courtesy of Wings Over) Cassandra Milnes Connector Editor For homecoming weekend, many friends and families will be visiting students and attending all of UMass Lowell’s events. After the events, here are a few places to visit for all kinds of dining experiences all over

Arts & Entertainment

Noah Kahan held it down at the Paradise Rock Club

Noah Kahan performing at the Paradise Rock Club on October 5, 2019. (Photo courtesy of Christina Laderoute) Christina Laderoute Connector Staff Fellow New Englander, Noah Kahan, returned “home” to Boston for a two-night residency at the Paradise Rock Club this past weekend. The tickets for these shows were sold out within two hours of being

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is a swinging success

“Homecoming” was the sixth highest grossing movie of 2017. (Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Releasing) Troy Lafond Connector Editor “Spider-Man: Homecoming” was the first Spider-Man movie since the Marvel Cinematic Universe acquired partial rights to the character. He was first introduced in “Captain America: Civil War” on Team Iron Man. Due to the exposure of

Noah Kahan held it down at the Paradise Rock Club

Noah Kahan performing at the Paradise Rock Club on October 5, 2019. (Photo courtesy of Christina Laderoute) Christina Laderoute Connector Staff Fellow New Englander, Noah Kahan, returned “home” to Boston for a two-night residency at the Paradise Rock Club this past weekend. The tickets for these shows were sold out within two hours of being

Netflix’s “Criminal” is a creative, confusing mess

Each part of “Criminal” follows a different cast in a different location in a different language. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Vanessa Bazile Connector Contributor On Sept. 20, 2019, Netflix released a new show entitled “Criminal.” There are four variations of the show in which they are split into four European countries: United Kingdom, Spain, Germany

‘Perfect Arrangement’ brings Lavender Scare to UMass Lowell

(Photo courtesy of Hannah Manning/UML Connector) Hannah Manning Connector Editor Schoolchildren across the United States know what the Red Scare is, but there is a good chance they may scratch their heads at the mention of the Lavender Scare. UMass Lowell’s Theatre Arts program intends to change that with their newest show set to premiere this

Sports

River Hawks open homecoming weekend with shaky overtime loss to Colgate

The River Hawks played from behind for more than 35 minutes in their 4-3 Friday night loss. (Photo Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Andrew J. Sciascia Editor-in-Chief UMass Lowell men’s ice hockey struggled to put the pieces together Friday night at the Tsongas Center, falling 4-3 at the hands of the Colgate University Raiders. Bested

Arena leads Revolution charge years in the making

(Photo courtesy of revolutionsoccernet.com) Marcos Aguilar Connector Editor Current New England Revolution attacking midfielder Juan Agudelo’s bicycle kick against D.C United in the 2015 MLS playoffs, most likely the greatest goal of his career and one of the club’s best, is the last memory the New England faithful have of the postseason. As they fell

River Hawks open homecoming weekend with shaky overtime loss to Colgate

The River Hawks played from behind for more than 35 minutes in their 4-3 Friday night loss. (Photo Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Andrew J. Sciascia Editor-in-Chief UMass Lowell men’s ice hockey struggled to put the pieces together Friday night at the Tsongas Center, falling 4-3 at the hands of the Colgate University Raiders. Bested

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