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UMass Lowell’s annual Spring Career Fair is coming to the Tsongas Center on March 23

Lillie Zate Connector Staff On Wednesday, March 23, UMass Lowell will be holding their annual career fair from 4-7pm at the Tsongas Center. As the university’s biggest career fair they’ve ever held, 187 employers representing 40 industries will be visiting to talk with UMass Lowell students about hiring for full-time jobs, summer internships and co-ops.

UMass Lowell Men’s Hockey ties with LIU 3-3 on Wednesday night

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) River Hawk forward Ryan Brushett skates with the puck during Wednesday night’s game Matt Micale Connector Editor The nationally ranked 19th seed River Hawks skated to a 3-3 tie in their latest game Wednesday, Nov. 3, against the Sharks of Long Island University. At the end of regulation, the game

UMass Lowell’s men’s hockey team takes down Boston University on Friday and Saturday night

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) River Hawk defenseman Ben Meehan controls the puck during Saturday’s game against BU Matt Micale Connector Editor The UMass Lowell men’s hockey team beat Boston University twice last weekend on both Friday and Saturday night. The score of the Friday night game was 3-0 on BU’s home ice and the

UMass Lowell Men’s Hockey defeats Michigan State 4-0 Saturday Night

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) The River Hawks celebrate after their 4-0 win against Michigan State last Saturday night Matt Micale Connector Editor The River Hawks had a stellar performance last Saturday night, winning against the 3-1-1 Michigan State Spartans with a final score of 4-0. The game took place on UMass Lowell’s home ice

Sports Are Returning to Campus

Jeffrey Ring Sports Editor Sports are returning to campus at UMass Lowell. While the university is unsure as far as how many fans will be allowed to attend home games, the school announced on October 27 that they would be launching the “United in Blue, United as One” campaign. The university has set a goal

Friars topple River Hawks 4-1 to split Hockey East home-and-home

The River Hawks managed to best the Friars in their three-game season series despite Saturday’s loss. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Aaron Robinson Connector Editor The No. 16 UMass Lowell River Hawks’ three game win streak ended Saturday night as the No. 15 Providence College Friars trounced the River Hawks 4–1 at the Tsongas

River Hawks snap losing streak with big win over Brown

Graduate guard Josh Gantz was a key factor in the River Hawks’ defensive effort Tuesday night, registering four steals and three blocks in the second half. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Branden Melton-Kielbowicz Connector Contributor A late 9–0 run and hyperactive defense secured the UMass Lowell River Hawks (3–5) a 75–63 victory over the Brown University Bears (4–2) to snap a three-game losing

River Hawks fall in defensive slugfest against Huskies

River Hawks will look to bounce back against Rennselaer for the Thanksgiving tournament (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Aaron Robinson  Connector Editor Junior forward Brian Rigali scored halfway through the third period and that would prove to be the difference, as the UConn Huskies defeated the No. 12 UMass Lowell River Huskies 2–1 Saturday