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Amanda Robinson and Sheila Angelo for president and vice president

Hello Students! My name is Amanda Robinson; I along with Sheila Angelo hope to gain your support for Student Government Association president and vice president through our continuous determination to advocate on the Student Government Association at the University of Massachusetts Lowell for student’s interests, rights, and concerns. Through our experience in student government we

Meet your SGA Candidates

Aaron Kearney and Allen Iem for president and vice president Student experience is crucial to a university. No matter what the rankings say, if a student is not enjoying their time at college, something is wrong. Allen and I want to make student life here at UMass Lowell the best it can be, and that

Chancellor’s Speaker Series on a hot Streep

Sold out Tsongas Center gets a look into the illustrious career of Meryl Streep “It’s safe to say that tonight we are in the presence of the greatest actress of our time,” said Chancellor Marty Meehan before a sold out Tsongas Center. On Tuesday April 1. UMass Lowell welcomed world renowned actress Meryl Streep as

Students debate international policy at model United Nations conference

Last week, on Monday through Wednesday, seven high schools and 130 of their students assembled at the Inn and Conference Center to take part in the 10th annual model United Nations (U.N.) conference. The Bergeron International Relations Club (IRC) organizes it every year.     Each school was assigned a different country. The students would

A Conversation with Meryl Streep, April 1

Shayna Vigliotta Connector Contributor Award-winning actress Meryl Streep’s next public appearance will not be at an award ceremony, rather it will in our very own backyard. The lovely and legendary Streep will be in Lowell on Tuesday, April 1. The famous actress will be speaking at the Tsongas Arena at 7:30 p.m. The event is

International Journalist Talks Perspective

Sarah Pacht Connector Contributor Alice Sedar, French Journalist, Shares Experiences with Students When Alice Sedar had trouble getting past security in a flooded Prague, she pleaded with a camera man,“Tell them I’m your assistant,” she said. Sedar, an international journalist, was on-hand for a lecture about international reporting Wednesday, March 5, in celebration of Francophonie

Campus Police Log

Friday, March 7 4:15 p.m. Female spoke with an officer regarding harrassing emails she has been receiving from her ex boyfriend. Saturday, March 8 12:28 a.m. Dispatch was notified by an RA from Leitch Hall that he found a “bong” on the table in room 16. While confronting the resident of the room, the party

I teach, UTeach, we all teach

UMass Lowell students are getting the chance to make a difference through the UTeach Program. “The idea of getting to share your love of a subject is what students really enjoy,” said Program Director Eliza Bobek. The UTeach program, which was established in 2012 at UMass Lowell, takes STEM majors and trains them to teach

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