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Humans of UMass Lowell: James McNulty

Humans of UMass Lowell: James McNulty

(Photo courtesy of: Steven O’Hara) “James McNulty is a senior with a love for music.” Steven O’Hara Connector Editor Music, his guitar and books are all passions that make up James McNulty, an English Literature and Spanish major studying at UMass Lowell. “[P]laying music,” McNulty said, when asked about what accomplishment in life he is

Humans of UMass Lowell: Roisin Queally

(Photo courtesy of: Kara MacDougall) “Roisin Queally is enjoying her time at UMass Lowell as a voice major.” Kara MacDougall Connector Contributor Sophomore Roisin Queally turned down a spot at Berklee to major in sound recording at UMass Lowell. She has many passions– perhaps none greater than her love of the arts– and says she

Connect with God (and in four): Interview with Deacon Mike Mott

(Photo courtesy of UML Catholic Facebook site) “Deacon Mike around campus plays Connect 4 against students as a brief oasis from the busy college day.” Michael Makiej Connector Staff Frequent visitors to O’Leary, McGauvran, or Lydon may already be familiar with something of a campus staple here at UMass Lowell. Sitting at a table filled

Alumni Spotlight: Tastery Reed and his role in the future of police reform

(Photo courtesy of Tastery Reed) “Tastery Reed is a graduate of the UMass Lowell criminal justice program.” Nate Coady Connector Staff UMass Lowell has had a rising criminal justice program that has been revered as one of the best in New England for a few years now. A testament to that is UMass Lowell alum

A candidate for trustee interview: Mina Lam

(Photocourtesy of Mina Lam) “Mina Lam is running for student trustee against her opponent, David Levine.” Qinglong Diep Connector Staff Mina Lam, who is Student Government Association (SGA) senator for the Manning School of Business at UMass Lowell is running for student trustee to advocate for more mental health resources, college affordability and more varieties

Chancellor Moloney courted by the sport of basketball

Chancellor Jacquie Moloney has high hopes for the River Hawks this year. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell) Marlon Pitter  Connector Editor On the fourth floor of University Crossing works one of UMass Lowell’s biggest basketball fans. Though it may not seem apparent in normal conversation, Chancellor Jacquie Moloney has a special place in her heart for

Moloney settles in as chancellor

Sam Linstead-Atkinson Connector Editor Jacqueline Moloney is now nearing the end of her first semester as chancellor of UMass Lowell, but she has been active in the progress of the university since 1984. In 1984 and 1985 Moloney managed “a program that helped disadvantaged high school students transition to college,” and she has been working for