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Campus Living Series: Quiet Concordia

Campus Living Series: Quiet Concordia

Concordia Hall, located at 6 Solomont Way on UMass Lowell’s South Campus. (Andre Ragel/Connector) Andre Ragel Connector Contributor Amidst the myriad of changes that has happened this fall semester around campus, there remains a quiet, traditional residence hall perched upon the top of a small hill: Concordia Hall. Built in 1957 as a residence hall

Navigators combat campus food insecurity with improved pantry

The Navigators’ food pantry is open to all of the UMass Lowell community. (Taylor Carito/Connector_ Jessica Kergo Connector Staff In an effort to fight student hunger among the campus community, the UMass Lowell Navigators club has designed and facilitated a campus food pantry open to all members of the UMass Lowell community. What started as

O’Leary Library prepares for facelift with digital media major on track

Director of Libraries George Hart plans to upgrade O’Leary Library (George DeLuca/Connector) George DeLuca Connector Staff With director Mitch Shuldman and key associate John Callahan about to retire, students, faculty, and staff are wondering about the future of the Media Center at the O’Leary Library on south campus. The center’s future will be driven by

Reading and book signing: Andre Dubus III and Sandra Lim

Samuel Linstead-Atkinson Connector Staff The English department hosted a poetry and fiction reading as well as a book signing, featuring faculty writers Sandra Lim and Andre Dubus III. Lim read poems from her collection “The Wilderness” and Dubus read from his book of novellas, “Dirty Love.” The event was dubbed “Writers on Campus” and students

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