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Night Market and other collaborations between the Asian sister clubs

Night Market and other collaborations between the Asian sister clubs

(Photo courtesy of Umass Lowell Student Association of Chinese Americans Facebook) “Night Market is an annual event that is collaborated between the Asian sister clubs.” Kyra Barry Connector Editor Friday, October 21, from 6 to 8 pm, the Asian clubs hosted their annual Night Market, an event run in the fall that displays the cultures

WUML rocks tots in charity events

(Photo courtesy of WUML) “WUML hosts musical events for the benefit of various charities” Kyra Barry Connector Editor According to WUML’s very own website, where listeners can tune into the radio station if they don’t have a radio to tune in at 91.5 FM, WUML was founded in 1952 with membership open to UMass Lowell

Club spotlight: Close up with the Filmmakers Club

(Photo courtesy of Filmmaker President Jaclyn Leest) “UMass Lowell Filmmakers and Multimedia Club take a selfie at Asian Night, one of the events they filmed.” Kyra Barry Connector Editor One of UMass Lowell’s many notable clubs, the UMass Lowell Filmmakers and Multimedia Club meets every Tuesday at 7pm in McGauvran 312 to provide a space

Pair Up Program pumpkin carving is a smash hit

(Photo Courtesy Kyra Barry) “Pictures of the event’s carved pumpkins” Kyra Barry Connector Editor Friday, October 21st, at UCrossing 242 from 4pm to 5:30 pm, the Office of Multicultural Affairs’ Pair Up Program held a pumpkin carving event open to all students. Many international students attending had never carved a pumpkin before this event. Students

Mill No 5’s Ghastly Markets galore with their Halloween themed Bizarre Bazaars

(Photo courtesy Mill No 5 site) “A promo for an upcoming Bazaar.” Kyra Barry Connector Editor This October, spend Saturdays appreciating the spooky and bizarre at the Bizarre Bazaar, a marketplace of vendors set up on the fifth floor of Mill No. 5. The Bazaar, typically titled “A little Bazaar” is a most-weeks year-round event,

Hidden in Plain Sight: Stories of Black Lowell

(Photocourtesy UMass Lowell Library’s Twitter) “Seen left to right; Wilda Chapman, Bobby Tugbiyele, and Diamond Asaaneh sitting at UMass Lowell’s Hidden in Plain Sight book panel event.” Kyra Barry Connector Editor Feb. 23, Francine Coston, associate director in the Office of Multicultural Affairs, introduced the audience to the panel members for Hidden in Plain Sight

The vital role intersectionality has in social justice and how UMass Lowell can account for it in policies

(Photo Courtesy of Mohamed Badarne) “Kimberle Crenshaw, American civil rights advocate and a leading scholar of critical race theory.” Kyra Barry Connector Editor Intersectionality is essential to social justice or at least acknowledging the concept is. Although what the term represents has existed before intersectionality was used in the social justice movement, it was coined

Cocoa and canvases and cool things to do, oh my!

Kyra Barry Connector Staff With the return to campus at the tail end of UMass Lowell’s stint with completely virtual classes comes events hosted in UMass Lowell’s dorms. Aside from having perks such as having their dorms paid for, residential advisors, aka RAs, are required to put on events for their residents. These events can