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Daylight Savings is being abolished: students and faculty weigh in

Daylight Savings is being abolished: students and faculty weigh in

(Photo courtesy of Freepik) “The Sunshine Protection Act has been passed by the U.S Senate and will soon go affect in most of the United States.” Kaysha Perez Connector Contributor The Sunshine Protection Act, which would make daylight saving time permanent and basically take away the need to change the clocks seasonally, was passed by

Women make video games

(Photo courtesy of Yan Krukau from Pexels) “Women have always contributed to the development and creation and playing of video games.” Steven O’Hara Connector Editor UMass Lowell kicks off Women’s History Month this March by hosting a slew of informational and interactive on-campus events. On Thursday, March 16th, one of these events took place at

Club spotlight: Mock Trial triumph at regionals

(Photo courtesy Professor McCauley) “The team’s trophy from regionals this year.” Nate Coady Connector Contributor Students on UMass Lowell’s Mock Trial team are hard at work, defying the expectations of the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA). The weekend of February 18, they attended the AMTA Regional Tournament at Brown University and placed third, alongside Ivy

A sneak peek at the Spring Career Fair

(Photo Courtesy of Sophia Boucher) “The front steps of the Tsongas Center stand empty on the cloudy morning of Thursday, March 2. Twenty-one days later, students and employees will fill the arena with discussions about potential jobs during the Spring Career Fair.” Sophia Boucher Connector Contributor At the upcoming Spring Career Fair on Thursday, March

“Twin Peaks” is the peak of American media in the 90s

(Photo courtesy of ChuckyDarko, captured from the Twin Peaks Season One Region 2 DVD. Reduced version made and uploaded by TAnthony., Fair use, “‘Twin Peaks’ was considered unique for its time.” Riley Fontana Connector Editor “Twin Peaks” was a TV show in the 1990s created by David Lynch that captured America like nothing that

Want to join the Biomedical Engineering Society?

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell BME’s campus lab page) “We UML Biomedical Engineering (BME) Program and support its students through resources necessary to succeed in the discipline. Resources may include, but are not limited to peer advising, networking, community service, and research or industry opportunities. The Chapter, as part of the professional and parent Biomedical

“Black Feminism and Haitian Fiction” with Régine Michelle Jean-Charles

(Photo courtesy of University of Virginia Press) “Dr. Régine Michelle Jean-Charles spoke as part of the FAHSS Dean’s Speaker Series.” Steven O’Hara Connector Editor Dr. Régine Michelle Jean-Charles visited the University of Massachusetts Lowell this past week, discussing her newly released book: “Looking for Other Worlds: Black Feminism and Haitian Fiction,” as well as the