Tag Archives: James Kohl

Op-ed: Is it ethical for UMass Lowell to partner with Aramark?

Alexander Gounaris Connector Contributor   On Dec. 3, 2018, students at New York University (NYU) — the nations largest private university — began a 155-hour occupation of the institution’s library demanding the termination of any business relations with the dining services conglomerate Aramark. NYU’s Incarceration to Education Coalition, which advocates for prison divestment organized the protest.

Brown water at the ICC

Aaron Robinson Connector Editor  Ngosu Ndiwane, a junior Accounting student at UMass Lowell and a resident of the Inn and Conference Center, took to Twitter last week after she discovered that the water coming from the faucets in her dorm room were brown. Ndiwane claimed that it was not the first time that the water

UMass Lowell reassures student safety in wake of off-campus incidents

Aaron Robinson Connector Editor Following the stabbing that took place behind LeLacheur Park by East Campus late last month, UMass Lowell police officers and other university officials have assured students that they are safe on campus. James Kohl, Dean of Student Affairs and Enrichment, says that the safety of every member of the UMass Lowell

Drunk driver leaves East Campus without power hours after Super Bowl

Students walk to class as National Grid works to restore power to East campus. Andrew J Sciascia/the Connector Andrew J Sciascia  Connector Editor  Keeping with tradition, rowdy UMass Lowell students took to the streets last Sunday to celebrate the New England Patriots sixth Super Bowl victory, not only in franchise history but also in most

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