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Noelle Garcia’s Material Truths at UMass Lowell

(Photo courtesy of Jordan Harrington) “A piece from Noelle Garcia’s Material Truths exhibit at University Gallery.” Jordan Harrington Connector Editor On Tuesday afternoon in Coburn Hall on South Campus, UMass Lowell hosted Chicago based indigenous artist Noelle Garcia for a lecture on her art exhibit Material Truths which is now present in Mahoney Hall’s University

Fun Things To Do In Lowell

(Photo courtesy of LikeLowell) “A view of Lowell’s historic downtown.” Valentina Munoz Roa Connector Contributor As the new semester begins and students reacquaint themselves with campus as well as get used to a set schedule throughout the weekdays, but what about the weekends? Or the free time students have when they aren’t studying? For anyone

Noelle Garcia’s Material Truths at UMass Lowell

(Photo courtesy of Jordan Harrington) “A piece from Noelle Garcia’s Material Truths exhibit at University Gallery.” Jordan Harrington Connector Editor On Tuesday afternoon in Coburn Hall on South Campus, UMass Lowell hosted Chicago based indigenous artist Noelle Garcia for a lecture on her art exhibit Material Truths which is now present in Mahoney Hall’s University

Arts & Entertainment

Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” is a Tour de Force

(Photo courtesy of NBC News) “”Renaissance” is the long-awaited follow-up to 2016’s “Lemonade.”” Sohini Nath Connector Staff The definition of Renaissance is “the revival of art and literature under the influence of classical models.” In her latest album, which itself is titled “Renaissance,” Beyoncé does a fantastic job in executing this revival, displayed across 16

“Jane Eyre”: A book about passion, independence and making difficult choices

(Photo Courtesy of Penguin Classics) Jane Eyre was originally published under a male pseudonym. Michael Parke Connector Staff   Charlotte Bronte’s 1847 novel, “Jane Eyre”, is an adventurous tale of one woman’s search for independence and love in 18th to 19th century England. Though set in the past, the book remains surprisingly fresh and relatable

“The Last of Us Part 1” – Overpriced?

(Photo courtesy of Mobile Syrup) Ellie and Joel return in the remake to the beloved 2013 title, exclusive to PlayStation consoles. Steven O’Hara Connector Contributor “The Last of Us Part 1” is a zombie-survival video game released in 2013 with wide ranging success. It follows Joel, a tough and weary survivor, who is tasked with

Sleeper director’s film turns 20, upon covering a 70 year old narrative about a very ‘Quiet American’

(Photo Courtesy of Miramax Films) “The Quiet American” celebrates the 20th Anniversary of it’s initial theatrical release. Harrison Lee Connector Editor Director Phillip Noyce may not be one of the most prominent names when it comes to filmmaking. However, the working man behind “Patriot Games,” “Clear and Present Danger” and “Salt” has produced quite a

Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” is a Tour de Force

(Photo courtesy of NBC News) “”Renaissance” is the long-awaited follow-up to 2016’s “Lemonade.”” Sohini Nath Connector Staff The definition of Renaissance is “the revival of art and literature under the influence of classical models.” In her latest album, which itself is titled “Renaissance,” Beyoncé does a fantastic job in executing this revival, displayed across 16

Sports

Celtics Offseason Recap

(Photo courtesy Celticsblog.com) Warriors superstar Stephen Curry charges past Celtics defenders Derrick White and Marcus Smart. Shaan Baid Connector Contributor Following a heartbreaking loss in the 2022 NBA Finals, the Boston Celtics retooled their roster to better position themselves in competing for a championship. Looking back on the finals, the Celtics lost in six games

Celtics Offseason Recap

(Photo courtesy Celticsblog.com) Warriors superstar Stephen Curry charges past Celtics defenders Derrick White and Marcus Smart. Shaan Baid Connector Contributor Following a heartbreaking loss in the 2022 NBA Finals, the Boston Celtics retooled their roster to better position themselves in competing for a championship. Looking back on the finals, the Celtics lost in six games