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UMass Lowell’s biking community aims to increase safety and ridership

UMass Lowell’s biking community aims to increase safety and ridership

(Photo courtesy of Healthline) Biking is a physical activity.  Emily Teague Connector Editor With three campuses to navigate in a city full of traffic, biking offers a solution for many UMass Lowell students trying to make their way around. While safety and weather is a concern for some riders, growing interest and ridership across the

UMass Lowell Women’s Soccer team season ends to UNH in America East semifinals

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) The River Hawks huddle during the America East semifinal game Alex Decato-Roed Connector Contributor The UMass Lowell women’s soccer team season came to an end after being eliminated from the America East conference semifinals by the New Hampshire Wildcats with a score of 2-1. The Wildcats won the 10-round penalty

UMass Lowell’s men’s hockey team takes down Boston University on Friday and Saturday night

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) River Hawk defenseman Ben Meehan controls the puck during Saturday’s game against BU Matt Micale Connector Editor The UMass Lowell men’s hockey team beat Boston University twice last weekend on both Friday and Saturday night. The score of the Friday night game was 3-0 on BU’s home ice and the

The Pawtucket Greenway project aims to connect Umass Lowell’s Campuses

(Photo courtesy of Ed Brennen) The new Northern Canal Overlook, which was completed this summer, will help enhance the Pawtucket Greenway project. David Rosario Connector staff UMass Lowell is working on a new project called the Pawtucket Greenway. The project will create a shared-use path for walkers and cyclists between UML’s East and South campuses.

UMass Lowell’s Art Student Union hosts a postcard event focused on Black lives matter movement

(Photo courtesy of Photo showcases protesters in face masks walking down a street holding a Black lives matter flag Cassandra Milnes Connector Editor The UML Art Student Union is hosting a postcard event reflecting the times we currently live in through a non-profit “mail in art order.” President of the Art Student Union, Brooke