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UMass Lowell hockey horoscopes

Michaela Hyde Conector Editor Aries: They can’t fight in college hockey. And neither can you, so tone it down before security shows up. Taurus: Won’t stop drinking awful beer and spraying nacho crumbs on the person in front of them whenever they cheer. Gemini: Probably has the other team’s swag on them in case their

Flying the River Hawk flag

Jacob Boucher Connector Contributor  While having a having a Division I team is the best a university could hope for, what good would top-tier sports do them without loyal fans? UMass Lowell has some of the most devoted, committed fans around, especially at ice hockey games. Some fans go one step further, though, in their

River Hawk’s best friend: Paws to Play brings dogs to campus

Henry St. Pierre Connector Staff Everybody knows that a dog is a man’s best friend. Well, a dog is also a River Hawk’s best friend. Healthy Hawks UMass Lowell sponsored a therapy dog event, Paws to Play, on Sept. 23, and four adorable, fuzzy, four-legged friends were treated like celebrities in Fox Common from 6

ICC unveils renovated dining hall

Hannah Manning Connector Staff A woman at the door carried a plate of hors d’oeuvres and offered one to anyone coming to swipe in. Balloons hung from the stations. Clearly, the Inn & Conference Center (ICC) dining hall staff were eager to put on a show for its inaugural meal. Last Monday, the ICC opened

Disable the Label growing in number and impact

Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc. co-sponsored the event. Shane Foley/Connector Shane Foley Connector Editor Disable the Label may end up being one of the most popular clubs on campus. Their events, including Sign Language Bingo on Wednesday, are drawing big crowds and getting their message out. “Disable the Label is a club where we educate

Checkmate!

Photo courtesy of Bill Hart Bill Hart Connector Contributor Over 20 competitors and adoring fans flocked to a chess tournament held by the UMass Lowell Chess Club Wednesday night at University Crossing. Some came for the pizza, while others arrived on the hunt for glory. The club was revived last year with the help of

Oh snap, that’s fresh: blueberry pancake recipe

Photo courtesy of Chandler Camerato Chandler Camerato Connector Contributor My name is Chandler, and I am kind of passionate about cooking and baking well, plant based foods. College life is busy; there is skipping class, waiting for the shuttle to North, and well, you know – Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. So since I know

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