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Homesick Project aims to study the experience of immigrants with “home” during Covid-19

Homesick Project aims to study the experience of immigrants with “home” during Covid-19

(Photo courtesy of Homesick Project Instagram) “Home means something different to everyone.” Kayla Jewett Connector Editor How do people, especially immigrants, live, express and relate to the experience of lockdowns, border closures and social isolation during the pandemic? The #homesick project aims to give immigrants a space to share their experience of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Brian York inspires business students with seminar on Haverhill campus

(Photo Courtesy of Twitter) “Kyle York giving some entrepreneurial advice.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Staff A big vision and smart business strategies can build your business from $10 million to $100 million ARR (profits). “Startup Scaling: Lessons Learned on the Path to $100 million” was an event that took place in UMass Lowell Innovation Lab in

Aramark needs improvement in several areas

(Photo courtesy of Aramark) “The official logo of Aramark.” Qinglong Diep Connector Staff Aramark has been our food vendor for quite some time for both catering and dining hall services. Their management team needs to address the complaints and issues students bring up each and every semester that are especially heard in our dining halls.

Celebrating Black History Month at UMass Lowell

(Photo courtesy of UML Libraries Twitter) “Multiple offices of UMass Lowell gets involved in celebrating Black History Month.” Julie Sage Connector Staff Black History Month is just around the corner, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs has a lot of events in February to celebrate. There are sports events, talks and more!  February 1st starts

UMass Lowell professors launch new book

(Photo courtesy of Lowell Sun) “Professor Allyssa McCabe (left) and Professor Minjeong Kim (right) standing with their new book “Perspectives on East and Southeast Asian Folktales.”” Steven O’Hara Connector Editor January 24 marks the successful launch of “Perspectives on East and Southeast Asian Folktales,” edited by UMass Lowell’s very own Professor Minjeong Kim and Professor

“The Last of Us” is not the last of video game adaptations

(Photo courtesy of Dextero) “The Last of Us” has done an amazing job at adapting scenes directly from the game. Jose Zamora Connector Staff Video game adaptations are infamous for their lack of faith to their source material and overall low quality, but to the surprise of many, the adaptation of developer Naughty Dog’s “The