DOLLARS FROM DONUTS: As a Division I college athlete, nutrition is important to UML field hockey player Lauren Brushingham. That doesn’t stop her from spending a lot of time at Krispy Kreme—and not just because their donuts are delicious.
THE PINK STUFF IS MORE MEH THAN MIRACLE:
After watching hours of people on TikTok use The Pink Stuff paste to scour every inch of their homes— and then rave about what a miracle substance it is—staff at the Wirecutter product review section at The New York Times reached out to the experts at the Cleaning Laboratory at UMass Lowell’s Toxics Use Reduction Institute to put the bubblegum-colored cleanser to the test.
SLOW YOUR ROLL, TESLA:
"If an autonomous vehicle was a drug, then we’d know exactly how to test it.” So said Philosophy Assoc. Prof. Nicholas Evans in Newsweek
about uneven regulation and testing of self-driving cars.
UMass Lowell Athletics hosted its 2021 Hall of Fame induction
on Oct. 16, inducting its first ever all-female class—almost exactly 50 years after Title IX passed.
MASTER CLASS: UML Art and Design adjunct faculty member Yary Livan is the only known master Khmer ceramist in the U.S.—and likely just one of three to survive the Khmer Rouge genocide.