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Club Spotlight: Stay mindful with The Psychology Club

Club Spotlight: Stay mindful with The Psychology Club

(Photo courtesy of Nate Coady) “Students practice mindfulness by journaling with the Psychology Club” Nate Coady Connector Editor Being a student can be very stressful. Staying on schedule, staying on top of homework, being consistent, and getting to class on time, can all be a bit of a struggle. No shame. With spring break just

Club Spotlight: International Business Association

Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) “The International Business Association meets in Alumni Hall.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Staff International Business Association (IBA) is a club students can join to learn more about international business and join a community of like-minded students. President of IBA Justin Baez, and Vice President of Engagement Jason McKeon, welcome students from

The Department of Education faces possible abolishment

(Photo courtesy of Community College Daily) “U.S. Department of Education building.” Steven O’Hara Connector Editor In the wake of recent political tensions in the United States, Republican leaders and Republican presidential candidates have brought up a familiar proposition: the abolishment of the Department of Education. This has been especially pervasive in current political ideology as

Season 2 of “Halo”: redemption arc?

(Photo courtesy of: Hollywood Reporter) “”Halo” returns for its second season.” Ekaterina Photis Connector Editor The second season of the Paramount+ exclusive TV Show, “Halo”, debuted its first two episodes on Feb. 8, with new releases following every Thursday. In the two years since the first season’s release, many have set rather low standards for

“Tekken 8” takes the top spot

(Photo courtesy of: IGN Nordic) “Fighting characters Jin Kazama and Reina Mishima in Bandai Namco’s newest game release.” Joseph Dunn Connector Contributor “Tekken 8” is the latest installment in one of the longest running fighting game franchises in history. The game sees players continuing the story of the Mishima family, a saga that has spanned

Iowa caucuses foretell an imminent Trump nomination

(Photo courtesy of Yahoo News). “Sign reading Iowa Caucuses 2024” Duncan Cowie  Connector Editor The Iowa caucuses are the nation’s first step towards picking out the candidates for each party. They differ from much of the nation when it comes to nominating candidates for the presidential election. While most states use democratic primaries to determine

Why is the 2024 Presidential Election Going to be a Rematch?

(Photo courtesy of GMFUS). “2024 Presidential Election ” Eric Schultz Connector Editor Now that Donald Trump has won the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary, it is virtually inevitable that the 2024 presidential election will be a rematch between himself and Joe Biden. Even though a rematch is inevitable, opinion polling has defined the race

January 2024 Untitled Open Mic Featuring Mill City Speaks Qualifying Slam

(Photo courtesy: Nicholas Ewing) “Writers shared all sorts of poetry.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Staff The Lowell Poetry Society hosted the January 2024 Untitled Open Mic Featuring Mill City Speaks Qualifying Slam to bring together the Lowell community for a night of poetry at the Coffee and Cotton. It began with an Open Mic in which