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UMass Lowell killed South Campus

Marlon Pitter UML Student South Campus, once a hub of social interaction and everything great about college, whose beauty could put most college campuses’ aesthetics to shame, is dead. McGauvran Hall, the heart of South for student organizations, art majors and enthusiasts, and individual students alike, was cruelly put out of commission this fall at


Shane Foley Connector Editor Nintendo’s Super Smash franchise has made a name for itself by being innovative. They practicaly invented the “all star fighting game” franchise with their first release, “Super Smash Bros” in 1999 for N64. They added an adventure mode in “Super Smash Bros Melee,” for the Gamecube. In the Wii’s “Super Smash

Letter from the Editor

To UMass Lowell, Believe it or not, we’ve almost made it through another hectic year at UMass Lowell. We all begin the year wondering how we will traverse the uncertain territory between September and May. However, we scratch our heads, packing our bags at semester’s end, asking where the time has gone. The same can

Crime time: a look into shady Lowell

Alex Sponseller UML Student A very relevant discussion at UMass Lowell is the safety on campus and the surrounding areas. Recently there have been multiple incidents involving UMass Lowell students and the level of concern is rising. Though UMass Lowell is located in some shady areas, it is surprising that students continue to be involved

Summarizing Rowing

Lucas Brown Connector Contributor The UMass Lowell Rowing clubs season is drawing to a close. There are only two races left in the season for the only River Hawks actually competing on rivers, the two biggest races; The New England Rowing Championship and the Dad Vails Regatta in Philadelphia. Where we last left off, our

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