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UMass Lowell kicks off the invisible identity series

Ashley Rivera Connector Editor The invisible identity series, an initiative on campus orchestrated by the office of multicultural affairs, allows students from marginalized and unconventional backgrounds the chance to participate in conversation about their experiences in a safe space. Initially started over seven years ago, the invisible identity series strives to create a place where

UMass Lowell hosts panel of female entrepreneurship

Sydney Lee Connector Staff On Monday, Sept. 23, the Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility partnered with the Jack M. Wilson Center for Entrepreneurship to host a Women’s Entrepreneurship Panel Discussion. The event took place in the Mark and Elisia Saab Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center with Manning Women in Business’ newly elected

UMass Lowell professor delivers gripping story of her “Delinquent Girlhood”

Conor Dawson and Dunia Seidu Connector Editor and Contributor Maureen Stanton’s new memoir “Body Leaping Backwards: Memoir of a Delinquent Girlhood” details the author’s tumultuous transition from childhood to adolescence in the 70s, as she dealt with her parents’ separation and teenage growing pains. Stanton, who teaches Creative Nonfiction  at UMass Lowell as well as

Great academic resources to take advantage of this semester

A tutor works with students at CLASS on North Campus (Sydney Lee / UMass Lowell Connector) Sydney Lee Connector Contributor As the Fall 2019 semester picks up, you may be wondering how to make sure your grades are as successful as your latest tv show binge. Fear no more! UMass Lowell offers a variety of

Guide to UMass Lowell shuttles

Michael Parke Connector Contributor Armed with some simple knowledge, the experience of going from A to B on the shuttles can be easy. Each line is designated a color, and there are five. The Red Line travels from the bus loop near Fox Hall on East Campus to the front of O’Leary Library on South

UMass Lowell’s ‘Smash Bros.’ club is a smash hit

Todd “Maxx” Robinson Connector Contributor When it comes to competitive fighting games, there are few communities as dedicated as “Super Smash Bros.” fans. Whenever a new title releases, “Smash” players from around the globe come together to learn and teach what the new game has to offer. After years of waiting, the latest installment in

The Mueller report: what students think

Troy Lafond Connector Editor Robert Mueller and the Department of Justice Special Counsel’s Office had been investigating potential collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia in the 2016 election for the past two years. During the two years, as President Trump publicly criticized the report on multiple occasions, the investigation also expanded to determine is

What your professors want you to know about emails

Brigid Archibald Connector Editor At some point, every student will have to write an email before they graduate. However, in an age of instant messaging, emails are the worst. They are awkward and formal, and how do you even format them anyway? Since most students will never take a class that teaches them how to

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