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Military Colonels speak on active duty role in U.S government

Military Colonels speak on active duty role in U.S government

(Photo courtesy The Balance) In addition to the five previously existing branches, the U.S. Military has also created the U.S Space force as of Dec. 20, 2019 Victoria Eluszkiewicz Connector Editor On Oct. 28 in Coburn hall, Colonel James Long and Colonel Katrina Stephens had a talk about the role of the U.S military in

The search for Moses Harris continues as his family continues to seek out the truth

(Photo Courtesy of 25-year-old Moses Harris disappeared after an altercation with Lowell police for domestic and vandalism charges that were called in by his girlfriend. A video was taken that showed Harris walking with police before they pulled out a stun gun. As they did, he walked off towards the freezing Concord River and

The Celtics lose to the Lakers in close battle 96-95, Saturday January 30th

(Photo courtesy of Jayson Tatum defending Lebron James during the game’s second half. Emmanuel Idehen-Ovabor Connector Staff For any basketball fan, the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers has been a staple rivalry. From the battles in the 1960s to their clashes in the 2008 and 2010 NBA championships, both teams have a

Hudson residents say possible amazon fulfillment centers pose a threat to the quality of life in surrounding areas

(Photo courtesy of CPS Daily News) A digital photo of a skyline with the amazon logo in front of it. Editor Note: This story has been updated since it was first posted on Oct. 12 to include the perspective of Hillwood, the developers of the Hudson Logistic Center. Nothing was removed from the original story.

UMass Lowell expands student presence in dorms while maintaining strict social distancing guidelines

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) Students cross in front of one of UMass Lowell dorms called Bourgeois Hall Brigid Archibald Connector Editor Starting Oct. 5, roughly 70 more students will be moving on campus throughout the week. The Office of Residence Life (ResLife) announced in an email on Sept. 22 that students who felt that

Belarus and the fight for freedom

(Sergei Karpukhin/AFP/Getty) Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko walk in as they attend a session of the Supreme State Council of the Union State at the Kremlin in Moscow on March 3, 2015.  Victoria Eluszkiewicz Connector Editor When Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko was elected for the sixth time in a

Lowell Covid Patrol use’s social media to keep a vigilant eye out for social distance violations

(Photo courtesy of the United Nations Covid-19 Response Creative Content Hub) Cassandra Milnes Connector Editor  On September 7, 2020, multiple UMass Lowell students noticed a sudden follow request on Instagram from a private account called @lowellcovidpatrol with no name in the profile. “Giving the cold hard facts on people being inconsiderate and partying during a

Democratic Party should keep its moderates on the bench in 2020

According to RealClearPolitics, only four candidates in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary have broken 15 percent support nationally. (Photo courtesy of Sean Rayford, Paras Griffin, Joe Raedle / Getty Images) Troy Lafond Connector Editor There are currently 17 major candidates for the 2020 Democratic presidential primary nomination, including former Vice President Joe Biden, Senators Kamala Harris