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UMass Lowell Students rank top scariest college mascots

Julie Sage Connector Staff College Mascots can be incredibly unsettling, even if they’re one of the most lovable ones. But which college mascots are the scariest, and what are their crazy backstories? Here are the top 13 creepiest, weirdest and scariest mascots according to UMass Lowell students. #13 – Sam the Minuteman (UMass Amherst) (Photo

When bingo goes glamorous with Gigi Glam

(Photo courtesy of Julie Sage) “Gigi Glam taking center stage showing off one of the prizes offered for Drag Bingo.” Julie Sage Connector Staff “Drag” and “bingo” are not two words commonly heard together, but the Drag Bingo event held on October 11 showed that it should be done more often. The event was run

Asbestos on campus: the dangers and precautions

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Environmental Health and Safety) “John Freeman, the Hazardous Materials Manager and Biosafety Officer, in front of UMass Lowell Environmental Health and Safety logo.” Julie Sage Connector Staff Recently, a screenshot of a UMass Lowell webpage about asbestos on campus has been circulating among students. Students expressed concerns about asbestos being

Afrowrld takes over the turf

(Photo courtesy of Julie Sage) “People enjoying Afrowrld.” Julie Sage Connector Staff On Friday, Sept. 15, music blasted and lights flashed across the Campus Recreational Center (CRC) Turf for hours. Students walking by could see many people lined up in front of the Rec Center and others scattered across the turf, dancing or playing lawn

LGBTQ+ Resource Center’s drag winter realness

(Photo courtesy LGBTQ+ Resource Center) “UMass Lowell’s LGBTQ+ Resource Center’s drag show is a long time popular form of expression.” Julie Sage Connector Staff The LGBTQ+ Resource Center is putting on a drag show this Friday, February 10th at 7 p.m. in University Crossing’s Maloney Hall. The theme of the show is Winter Realness, and

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