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Business Analytics Society: An analytical approach

Business Analytics Society: An analytical approach

(Courtesy of Business Analytics Society) Kelly Skelton Connector Staff The formerly-known Operation and Information Systems (OIS) club has a new look this fall. After re-branding their name to the Business Analytics Society (BAS), the organization has seen an increase in members and interest. Newly appointed president, Jack Carroll, cited rapid growth within the data and

A balanced business: Manning Women in Business Club

The newly opened Pulichino Tong Business Center located on UMass Lowell’s North Campus. (Courtesy of Lee Kennedy) Kelly Skelton Connector Contributor With a goal of encouraging more women to enter the world of business, a new club has formed that seeks to unite ambitious businesswomen and foster their success. In spring 2016, Kellsie Howard said

A SadFish lifestyle: Two students following their dreams

The official logo for SadFish clothing company. (Courtesy of SadFish) Alex Salucco Connector Editor Creating an original clothing line is one of the most competitive fields in terms of businesses, but two local college students have managed to gain a following for their minimalistic looks, cheap prices and passion. Matt Caruccio and Lukas Narkevicius of Danvers,

Top five clubs to join at UMass Lowell

Shane Foley Connector Editor A phrase commonly uttered to students at UMass Lowell is that joining an on campus club or organization is one of the best things they could do with their time here. Even James Christopher, student president, admitted in his prestigious speech at Convocation that were it not for his envolvement in

The future of Downtown Lowell

(Photo/Christopher Tran/Connector) David Rudderham Connector Editor  Downtown Lowell has changed. The streets are no longer one way, lines are freshly painted and new developments continue. But has it changed much?  Most of the businesses downtown are still bars and restaurants. Some people embrace that fact and think the government should adapt to the current clientele.

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