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The comeback kid: Noelle Lambert’s return to the lacrosse field

The comeback kid: Noelle Lambert’s return to the lacrosse field

Noelle Lambert (center) celebrates with teammate Kendyl Finelli following her first goal since returning to the field. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Kathryn Leeber Connector Editor In 2016, redshirt sophomore attack Noelle Lambert of the women’s lacrosse team was in a moped accident in which she lost her left leg. Starting all 17 games her

Softball loses in doubleheader against Army

The River Hawks fall to a 12-20 overall record. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Jason Ounpraseuth Connector Editor The UMass Lowell softball team fell short in their doubleheader against the Army West Point Black Knights on April 14 at River View Field. The losses put UMass Lowell’s overall record at 12-20. “We were trying to

Women’s lacrosse battles Harvard University in a 14-10 loss

The River Hawks’ early lead was not enough to beat Harvard. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics).  Kathryn Leeber Connector Editor Despite a strong start for UMass Lowell, the River Hawks fell to the Harvard Crimson 14-10 on Wednesday night at Cushing Field. Three early goals from senior attack Taylor Sokol put UMass Lowell on the

Theatre Arts Program to debut ‘P.O.V.’ on April 18

“P.O.V.” development ensemble outlining and assembling content for the show. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Theater Arts Department) Conrad Solomon Connector Contributor UMass Lowell’s Theatre Arts Program is putting the finishing touches on its production of a devised piece, “P.O.V.” in preparation for its debut on April 18. David E. Shane, former associate artistic director

Women’s basketball coach’s contract will not be renewed

UMass Lowell Athletics will search for a new head coach for women’s basketball. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Jason Ounpraseuth Connector Staff On March 5, it was announced that Jenerrie Harris’s contract will not be renewed, ending her four-year tenure as head coach of the UMass Lowell women’s basketball team. During those four years Harris

UMass Lowell hosts Non-Profit and Government Career Fair

Nisa Holley Connector Staff UMass Lowell hosted a Non-Profit and Government Career Fair Wednesday afternoon in O’Leary Library. Going to a career fair can be nerve wrecking because students may not know what awaits them. One could possibly meet their future employer and have no expectations coming in. There is also the struggle of deciding

UMass Lowell hosts its first step and dance competition

UMass Lowell’s step team can be found on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. The Instagram and Facebook usernames are @steppininunity and the Twitter handle is @UMLSteppin. (Courtesy of Steppin in Unity) Kelly Skelton Connector Editor For one that has encountered the art of step, it was an educational and entertaining evening last Saturday as South Campus’

Op-Ed: Is Living on Campus Worth it?

Brigid Archibald Connector Staff Housing contracts opened last month and are due on March 31st. As always, some residents are debating whether they’d like to return to on-campus living next year, between the cost and other pitfalls of dorming some think an off-campus apartment is a better option.  Personally, the convenience of dorming alone is

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