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UMass Lowell expands into Haverhill with new satellite campus

UMass Lowell expands into Haverhill with new satellite campus

Early construction on Harbor Place, UMass Lowell’s satellite campus, is underway. (Amanda Sabga/Eagle Tribune) Hannah Manning Connector Editor UMass Lowell has expanded its partnership with Northern Essex Community College and the city of Haverhill by placing a satellite campus for the university in downtown Haverhill. A satellite campus is a site owned by a university

Diving deep into North Campus tunnels

The North Campus tunnel system serves an effective means of avoiding harsh New England weather. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) Shayna Vigliotta  Connector Staff The pedestrian tunnel system beneath North Campus has long been a means of intercampus travel, as well as a defining feature of the architecture there. While the tunnels are older than

Update on smoking policy and enforcement

Taylor Carito Connector Staff Just a mere two years earlier, students on campus faced clouds of smoke upon exiting buildings, walking through the gazebo on south campus, and outside their dorms. Ashtrays and littered cigarette butts could be found in every entryway. The option to smoke was everywhere, but those who didn’t were left to

The new McGauvran Student Center

George DeLuca Connector Staff A ribbon-cutting event heralded the opening of the $34 million McGauvran Student Center. A throng of attendees perused the premises prior to a touching kickoff ceremony led by UMass Lowell Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney on Dec. 8, 2015. Chancellor Moloney noted that a dramatic rise in student residents on the South Campus

The look of diversity on campus

Chantelle Somers Connector Contributor UMass Lowell students have differing opinions on campus diversity. Many student opinions surrounding diversity are intertwined with the differing ways of defining what diversity is. Leslie Wong, director of multicultural affairs at the University, said she sees students in her office who identify as diverse based on their disability, their veteran