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It can be as easy as changing your mind

Jim Graves Connector Contributor We all reserve the right to change our mind. It reflects our free will. Who has not had a change of heart? Also, isn’t it amazing how sensitive our behavior is to what we think? Henry Ford’s quote: “If you think you can, or, if you think you can’t, you’re generally

Men’s basketball dazzles against UMBC behind career night from Williams

Trevor Cullen Connector Editor While they do not have a winning record and are not eligible for the playoffs due to the transition to Division 1, the River Hawks men’s basketball team is playing at a tremendous pace. Their latest victim was the University of Baltimore Maryland County. Behind a tremendous shooting performance headlined by

Hockey collects four points in weekend sweep of Merrimack

Trevor Cullen Connector Editor A good weekend for River Hawk athletics was capped off Saturday night when the UMass Lowell men’s hockey team won their second game in two nights against Merrimack, earning four vital Hockey East points. “I thought we got contributions throughout our lineup tonight with several key goals and solid goaltending. We

Why Kevin Durant should win the NBA’s MVP award this year

Tony Phillip Rouhana Connector Contributor The Most Valuable Player (MVP) award is the NBA’s highest regular season honor. Each year, only one player is carefully selected for the award. Although that award may not indicate who the actual best player is at all times, it is an honorable milestone in any player’s career and a

River Hawks basketball kicks off spring semester at Tsongas Center

Robert Largenton Connector Contributor Sunday, January 26 was a day full of excitement for River Hawks athletics, as both the men’s and women’s basketball teams prepared to take on the Wildcats of the University of New Hampshire at the Tsongas Center. Fans flocked to the arena, with the total attendance stretching over 3,000 people, the

Records fall at historic meet for track and field

Trevor Cullen Connector Editor Not one, but three separate River Hawks stamped their place in the UMass Lowell record books last Saturday at the John Thomas Terrier Invitational, held at Boston University. Junior Robert Allen, senior Omar Abdi, and junior Garrett King each broke school records in their respective events. “This is probably the best

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