UMass Lowell Poem

From Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast
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*UMass Lowell*

A new day is upon us
in higher education,
and UML is on the rise.

Dawning the Industrial Revolution,
Lowell is known for manufacturing its own distinct place.
And UML has produced new programs like Plastics Engineering
to process an annually increasing number of craftsmen in transition.
The graduation rate is also rising to record highs,
with Hawks who’ve expanded in the renovated buildings on
campus that have been completed,
but continue to facilitate rise.

As the home of the center for Major League Baseball testing,
We model the blast that heads out of the park,
UML is on the rise.
And with a steady team climbing the Hockey East,
It is broken by reporters what was known by supporters,
Yes,
UML is on the rise.

With one of the best Sound Recording Technology
Programs in the country, UML is rising above
the sound barriers
with a noise
for the country to hear—calling all high-school seniors here.
Because what begins as testing in the Baseball Research Center and music studios
is morphed into the perfect pitch
that lifts in the air as a signal from the catchers at the plate—
Waving cautious seniors to take off
&
share this upheaval of song,
Where River Hawks still
Fly out the park…Lowell shall assist your embark;
Come on, Come on home.

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