Bewildering Business Professor Writes Unhappy “Happiness” Book

You’ve known two-faced hypocrites in business. You’ve encountered self-destructive people and mean cusses who destroy other people psychologically and emotionally with their cruel and unempathetic feedback. You’ve seen your share of pompous people who get angry when someone else shows up late for their meeting yet habitually saunter in late for meetings held by others. […]

Fairleigh Dickerson Big Second Half Defeat’s Merrimack 78-71

The Merrimack College Warriors (7-16, 5-4), winners of their last two games, welcomed the top team in the Northeast Conference Fairleigh Dickerson (14-10, 7-2) to Hammel Court on Saturday afternoon. The Warriors started out fast, building ten-point leads on three occasions in the first half. But the league leaders stayed calm, taking the Warriors’ best […]

River Hawks Fall to New Hampshire, 69-65, in Final Minute

DURHAM, N.H. – Graduate student Allin Blunt (Crownsville, Md.) logged a team-high 17 points, as the UMass Lowell men’s basketball team (17-6, 5-4 AE) fell to the New Hampshire Wildcats (10-10, 5-3 AE), 69-65, on Saturday afternoon. Although a jumper by graduate student Everette Hammond (Silver Spring, Md.) gave the River Hawks a one-point lead with five minutes remaining in […]