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No laptops, no Uber, and definitely no phones: unique professor rules

Brigid Archibald Connector Editor This is the routine in nursing major Shanneah Manchur’s English class: As students walk into the classroom, they take out their phones, turn them off and line them up on the lip of the dry erase board. If a phone goes off? Their professor will place it on his desk and

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

Help adjunct faculty at UMass Lowell

Chris Romano Connector Staff I am writing to show support for UMass Lowell adjunct faculty in their campaign to receive the same benefits that the rest of the UMass schools provide to their adjunct faculty. At UMass Lowell, the adjunct professors teach a majority of the freshmen and sophomore classes and should have access to

Students v. Faculty: Can you hear me now?

Michaela Goss Connector Editor In college, students learn to find their voices, and many have said that the support of faculty members has helped them to do so. For the most part, UMass Lowell students and faculty said they have strong relationships. They said the implementation of faculty advisors has helped them become closer and

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