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Club Spotlight: Stay mindful with The Psychology Club

Club Spotlight: Stay mindful with The Psychology Club

(Photo courtesy of Nate Coady) “Students practice mindfulness by journaling with the Psychology Club” Nate Coady Connector Editor Being a student can be very stressful. Staying on schedule, staying on top of homework, being consistent, and getting to class on time, can all be a bit of a struggle. No shame. With spring break just

Hardly a snooze fest, ACE opens up the semester with a pajama party

(Photo courtesy of: ACE) ” UMass Lowell Students pillow fighting in the inflatable ring.” Nate Coady Connector Editor Last Tuesday, January 23, the Association for Campus Events (ACE) hosted a pajama party, their first event of the semester at UCrossing from 6p.m. to 8p.m., which featured crafts like making dreamcatchers and stuffed animals as well

The Filipino Club represents UMass Lowell at Kamayan

(Photo courtesy of: Nate Coady) “The Filipino Club shined at Kamayan hosted by Northeastern University.” Nate Coady Connector Staff On Sunday, Nov. 12, The Filipino Club (TFC) of UMass Lowell participated in Kamayan, an annual cultural performance featuring multiple Filipino clubs from around the New England area. Held in Northeastern University’s Blackman Auditorium, Filipino clubs

Dennis Everett Jr comes to UMass Lowell to talk about the importance of restorative justice

(Photo courtesy: Nate Coady) “Dennis Everett Jr. educated students on the importance of restorative justice.” Nate Coady Connector Staff On Tuesday, October 24, Dennis Everett Jr, spoke in Coburn Hall on South Campus as part of the College of Fine Arts and Social Sciences Dean’s Speaker Series. He is the Director of Restorative Justice at

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

Characters from the 2000s era of Cartoon Network shows displayed on a pink and white checkered backdrop. Characters include: (top left to right) Flapjack, Bloo, Buttercup, Ben 10, Courage, (bottom left to right) Ed, Dexter, Mandy, Number 5, and Scooby Doo.

Cartoon Network falters in modern era

(Photo courtesy of: YouTuube) “Many fans are annoyed and disappointed with the new Cartoon Network shows.” Nate Coady Connector Staff My roommate recently started watching “Regular Show” for the first time. I’ve been sitting and watching a few episodes with him here and there and I always forget how hilarious that show is. I love

Club Spotlight: The Comedy Club is looking to bring laughter to campus

(Photo courtesy of: The Today Show) “The Comedy Club is looking to bring confidence to new comedians.” Nate Coady Connector Staff The Comedy Club is one of the newer clubs here at UMass Lowell. They’re a small group, but they’re doing what they love. While the club hasn’t completely taken off yet, they’ve already hosted

UMass Lowell club women’s ice hockey highlight

(Photo Courtesy of UMass Lowell) “UMass Lowell’s club womens ice hockey poses for team picture.” Nate Coady Connector Staff Down the road from a golf course with actual live goats, there is Skate 3, a hockey arena on Middlesex Road in Tyngsborough where the UMass Lowell Women’s Hockey Team meets for practice every Monday and