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New England Revolution Eliminated from CONCACAF Tournament

New England Revolution Eliminated from CONCACAF Tournament

(Photo of the Boston Globe) “New England Revolution player fight for ball.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Editor In their second matchup against Club América on Tuesday, April 9, the New England Revolution was eliminated in the 2024 CONCACAF Champions League. The Revolution climbed their way to the quarterfinals for the second time in three years, then

Former MA Justice Lowy visits UMass Lowell

(Photo courtesy of flickr) “Justice David Lowy being sworn in.” Michael Makiej Connector Staff On Friday, April 12, 2024, a packed classroom of students waited in Coburn Hall for one of the school’s most exceptional guest speakers to date. Former Justice David Lowy of the Massachusetts State Supreme Judicial Court spoke with students about his

Confessions of an online student

(Photo courtesy of: Champlain College Online) “Online school offers a completely different view of college.” Elsie Netherton Connector Contributor My name is Elsie Netherton, and I am a graduating senior here at UMass Lowell. Since 2020, I have only taken online courses, mostly in English, for a variety of reasons. In the beginning, classes were

Trump Gagged in Manhattan Hush Money Case

(Photo courtesy of CNN) “Donald J. Trump in court.” Duncan Cowie Connector Editor For the first time in the History of America, there is about to be a former president standing trial in a criminal case. Donald J. Trump is currently involved in multiple cases against him, including Georgia election interference, federal election interference, Mar-a-Lago

“Civil War”: A love letter to journalism

(Photo courtesy of: Esquire) “Kirsten Dunst stars as Lee Smith in “Civil War”.” Sabine Laurent de Cannon Connector Staff Alex Garland’s Civil War premiered across the U.S. on Thursday of last week. The film severely contrasted expectations, as most who had viewed the trailer expected to watch a violently political story—possibly one that exaggeratedly narrated

“Settlemoon”: A quaint idle RPG

(Photo courtesy of: Metacritic) “”Settlemoon” puts a creative spin on RPGs.” Aaron Preziosi Connector Contributor “Settlemoon” is an idle game developed and published on Steam by Lepioid LLC on August 1, 2023, featuring a unique, colorful art style and a relaxed, low-commitment gameplay loop. The game is set in an abandoned RPG world where the

“Content Warning”: An April Fool’s triumph

(Photo courtesy of: Steam) “”Content Warning” is the latest installment of Landfall’s April Fools series.” Duncan Cowie Connector Editor The game development team Landfall Games has a long and storied history of making satiric parody games of whatever has been the most recent fad possible utilizing their ragdoll physics engine and goofy-looking characters. Being the

The advatnages to living in a dorm for the 2024-25 school year

(Photo courtesy of: UMass Lowell) “Students enjoying their dorm.” Shishir Javali Connector Contributor There are a lot of benefits and improvements to the residence halls, and students can enjoy the college experience, attend events, study, and live independently. For the upcoming school year, there will not be any major renovations to the residence halls. Rather,