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Homesick Project aims to study the experience of immigrants with “home” during Covid-19

Homesick Project aims to study the experience of immigrants with “home” during Covid-19

(Photo courtesy of Homesick Project Instagram) “Home means something different to everyone.” Kayla Jewett Connector Editor How do people, especially immigrants, live, express and relate to the experience of lockdowns, border closures and social isolation during the pandemic? The #homesick project aims to give immigrants a space to share their experience of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Brian York inspires business students with seminar on Haverhill campus

(Photo Courtesy of Twitter) “Kyle York giving some entrepreneurial advice.” Nicholas Ewing Connector Staff A big vision and smart business strategies can build your business from $10 million to $100 million ARR (profits). “Startup Scaling: Lessons Learned on the Path to $100 million” was an event that took place in UMass Lowell Innovation Lab in

Celebrating Black History Month at UMass Lowell

(Photo courtesy of UML Libraries Twitter) “Multiple offices of UMass Lowell gets involved in celebrating Black History Month.” Julie Sage Connector Staff Black History Month is just around the corner, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs has a lot of events in February to celebrate. There are sports events, talks and more!  February 1st starts

Do we recycle?

(Photo courtesy of Ed Brennen) “UML has made events centered around recycling in the past.” Jonathan Martinez Connector Contributor More than just environmental experts are invested in keeping the world clean, including UMass Lowell professors who want to see more people recycling and want to see more changes at these places of work. The three

On COVID-19 vaccine and its bivalent vaccine with Professor Matthew Nugent

(Photo courtesy of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health site) “Covid boosters have been a thing for a year now. COVID-19 bivalent boosters have been approved this fall.” Kyra Barry Connector Editor Around the start of the academic school year, 2022, the FDA approved a new vaccine to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, a

Night Market and other collaborations between the Asian sister clubs

(Photo courtesy of Umass Lowell Student Association of Chinese Americans Facebook) “Night Market is an annual event that is collaborated between the Asian sister clubs.” Kyra Barry Connector Editor Friday, October 21, from 6 to 8 pm, the Asian clubs hosted their annual Night Market, an event run in the fall that displays the cultures

WUML rocks tots in charity events

(Photo courtesy of WUML) “WUML hosts musical events for the benefit of various charities” Kyra Barry Connector Editor According to WUML’s very own website, where listeners can tune into the radio station if they don’t have a radio to tune in at 91.5 FM, WUML was founded in 1952 with membership open to UMass Lowell