News

UMass Lowell professor rediscovers forgotten murals in Coburn Hall

(Courtesy of Dr. Marie Frank)  The murals were noticed in the background of class of photos and event photos. Brigid Archibald Connector Editor It is hard to believe that historical paintings could ever just be forgotten, but that is precisely what happened in Coburn Hall. The paintings, located on the second floor in the assembly

Campus Life

New business club is preparing UMass Lowell students for the consulting world

UMass Lowell’s newest business club, the Manning Consulting Club, is headed up by student Greg Montemurro (Courtesy of UMass Lowell) Prabakar Adithya Connector Contributor The Manning Consulting Group is a business organization on campus that is quickly rising up the ladder as one of the most influential organizations on campus. Led by student Greg Montemurro,

New business club is preparing UMass Lowell students for the consulting world

UMass Lowell’s newest business club, the Manning Consulting Club, is headed up by student Greg Montemurro (Courtesy of UMass Lowell) Prabakar Adithya Connector Contributor The Manning Consulting Group is a business organization on campus that is quickly rising up the ladder as one of the most influential organizations on campus. Led by student Greg Montemurro,

Arts & Entertainment

James Bay and Noah Kahan concert review

James Bay’s (pictured above) album, Electric Light, was released in May of 2018 (Photo credit Emily Hope) Christina Laderoute Connector Staff James Bay and Noah Kahan played a show at The Orpheum Theatre in Boston on Sunday, Mar. 10. For Vermont native Kahan, this was his hometown show. His family came out to support him as

‘Gathering Storm’ expansion is far from destructive

Vernon Gibbs Connector Staff “Sid Meier’s Civilization 6” has been out for over two years, and throughout that time it has been updated, rebalanced and tweaked to suit its ambitious development team. Now comes the game’s second major expansion, “Gathering Storm.” Released on Feb. 14, this expansion adds major features to how the game is

‘Green Book’ should not have been Best Picture

“Green Book” also won Best Original Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor. (Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures) Owen Johnson Connector Editor The Academy Awards is known for causing controversy not just for who gets snubbed during the nomination process, but also over who and what ends up winning. In 1999, “Shakespeare in Love” beat “Saving Private

James Bay and Noah Kahan concert review

James Bay’s (pictured above) album, Electric Light, was released in May of 2018 (Photo credit Emily Hope) Christina Laderoute Connector Staff James Bay and Noah Kahan played a show at The Orpheum Theatre in Boston on Sunday, Mar. 10. For Vermont native Kahan, this was his hometown show. His family came out to support him as

Macbeth: Killing it as usual

UMass Lowell Theatre Arts students performing “Macbeth.” (Photo courtesy of the UMass Lowell Theatre Arts department)  Vernon Gibbs Conector Staff When one first thinks of Shakespeare, their first memories with his works often come in the form of a confusing read and a paper due on Monday. The UMass Lowell Theatre Arts program disproves this

Sports

River Hawks fall to Terriers, eliminated from Hockey East Playoffs

Aaron Robinson Connector Editor Boston University defenseman Chad Krys and wing men Joel Farabee and Patrick Harper potted first period goals against UMass Lowell goaltender Christoffer Hernberg, and the No. 5 Terriers eliminated the No. 4 River Hawks from the Hockey East Playoffs with a 4-1 victory Sunday night at the Tsongas Center. Awful defense

Op-Ed: Too many numbers

Rick Middleton had his number 16 retired by the Boston Bruins on Thursday night (Photo courtesy of Associated Press) Aaron Robinson Connector Editor Rick Middleton’s “iconic” number 16 was raised into the rafters of the TD Garden Thursday night as the Boston Bruins beat the New York Islanders 2-1 in a shootout. Middleton had a

River Hawks fall to Terriers, eliminated from Hockey East Playoffs

Aaron Robinson Connector Editor Boston University defenseman Chad Krys and wing men Joel Farabee and Patrick Harper potted first period goals against UMass Lowell goaltender Christoffer Hernberg, and the No. 5 Terriers eliminated the No. 4 River Hawks from the Hockey East Playoffs with a 4-1 victory Sunday night at the Tsongas Center. Awful defense

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