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Exorcist visits South Campus

(Photo courtesy of: The Boston Pilot) “Father Jason Giombetti spoke to UMass Lowell about the dangers of possession.” Michael Makiej Connector Staff On Nov. 8, 2023, the Catholic Student Union hosted an “Evening with an Exorcist” with guest speaker Father Jason Giombetti of the Archdiocese of Boston. The presentation gave a unique comprehensive look at

Once again, UMass Lowell has to listen to hate on Sin Awareness Day

(Photo courtesy of: The Daily Campus) “The preachers travel from campus to campus harassing students.” Eric Shultz Connector Staff If UMass Lowell had a rogues’ gallery, then the preachers who come to campus on Sin Awareness Day would undoubtedly make the list. If you spend any amount of time on South Campus during the day,

Spirituality without religion, One mans take on modern religion

Jeffery Theriault Connector Contributor Spirituality without religion seems to be one of the fastest growing convictions upheld in modern life. When asking a young person today about their spiritual practices, one will frequently receive an answer like, “Spirituality is important, but I don’t think I have to be religious.” Why might this notion be becoming

What I am thankful for

Christina Laderoute Connector Staff Well, it’s that time of year again where everyone is asking each other what they are thankful for. I guess it’s my turn. I am thankful for all of the opportunities and experiences that have presented themselves to me this year. As a singer, I am thankful for the crazy things

Give a Little Respect

Tom Lydon UML Student For many years, there has been some sort of controversy when December rolls around. One particular area that seems to get a lot of focus is the use of “Merry Christmas” and “Happy Holidays” as greetings. Some people don’t want to offend those who don’t celebrate Christmas, while others feel that