UMass Lowell history major Dillon Mroz is among a band of Viking warriors called the Draugar Vinlands — explorers, duelers, and conquerors — is so meticulously dedicated to accuracy, its members seem like imports from the first millennium (until one sneaks out a smartphone after a bout of fighting, that is).
After graduating from UMass Lowell with a degree in history, Jonathan D. Zlotnik hit the campaign trail. The 23-year-old from Gardner is now the youngest member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Another young UMass Lowell alum, Samantha Cresta, opened a dance studio in her hometown of Wakefield.
The Bongiorno/Hand family has a strong connection to the River Hawks ice hockey team as alumni and fans.
History adjunct Lauren Fogle Boyd’s new historical fiction novel “The Altarpiece” explores the systematic art theft perpetrated by the Nazis.
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