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Small changes make a big difference, but we need visionary action to halt climate change

Small changes make a big difference, but we need visionary action to halt climate change

Thousands took to the streets of Boston last week for the Youth Action Climate Strike. Many skipped school and took the day off from work to march against government inaction with regard to climate change. (Photo Courtesy of Robin Lubbock, WBUR) Katlyn Santo Connector Contributor Climate change is one of the gravest challenges facing our

Teach-in shows the importance of climate action

Lower water levels as a result of warmer weather and less rain. (Taylor Carito/Connector) Andre Ragel Connector Staff Hundreds of students, faculty and environmental advocates gathered on Oct. 19 for the UMass Lowell Climate Change Initiative’s 2017 Teach-In Building Communities for Climate Action held at Cumnock Hall. The Climate Change Teach-In is an annual event

Climate Change Coalition more important than ever

Sabrina Pederson was a speaker at the annual Climate Change Teach-In. Alex Salucco Connector Editor When looking for clubs to join, students first need to ask themselves what impact they want to have. Are they joining something for self-pleasure or are they joining something to help a cause? When it comes to the Climate Change

Sexual harassment survey collects data on climate on campus

Annie Ciaraldi, as Associate Dean of Compliance and Violence Protection, works to maintain a healthy climate in regard to sexual violence on campus (Emily Bergman/Connector) Emily Bergman Connector Contributor Last Monday, students received an email that asked them to complete a survey seeking data about the campus climate in relation to sexual harassment and sexual

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