January 27, 2015

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Panda Bear remains confident, even in the face of ‘The Grim Reaper’ -

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Why I want to be a teacher -

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Men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams wrap up third-place finishes at Dartmouth Invitational -

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UMass’ College of Education to train Pakistani higher education administrators -

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Hao Luong shines for UMass men’s swimming and diving on Senior Day, prepares for end of college career -

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Police Log: Friday, Jan. 23, 2015 to Monday, Jan. 26, 2015 -

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Rachel Hilliard, Heather MacLean highlight solid performance from UMass women’s track and field -

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Hockey East: Eichel’s overtime goal pushes Boston University past Vermont -

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Albums to look forward to in 2015 -

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UMass closes ahead of inclement weather -

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Paranormal Research Society seeks to uncover the truth about the supernatural -

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UMass tops Merrimack 4-1 to cap off successful weekend series -

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‘Broad City’s’ second season off to a wickedly funny start -

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Writers respond to State of the Union address -

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St. Bonaventure earns tight victory, VCU clinches 11th straight win in Atlantic 10 men’s basketball action -

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An open letter to the people who were kind when I was struggling -

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UMass club hockey salvages weekend with tie against NYU on Saturday -

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2015 Winter TCA’s announce bevy of show returns and new releases -

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Brilliant online film archives for cinema lovers -

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UMass men’s and women’s track and field teams see mixed results in Joe Donahue Indoor Games -

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Time to dance: 2013-2014 Basketball special issue

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The Massachusetts Daily Collegian released its annual basketball special issue to campus newsstands on Thursday. If you’re around campus, be sure to find the print edition, and check out all the stories, predictions and multimedia from the issue below.

View a PDF online version of the basketball issue here.

UMass men’s basketball enters 2013-14 season with heightened expectations
The UMass men’s basketball team will look to end a 15-year drought of not making the NCAA Tournament this season under a cloud of heavy expectations.

The final act: Chaz Williams looks to leave his mark at UMass
As a senior leader with the opportunity to lead the Minutemen back to national prominence, Chaz Williams has a chance to cement his legacy at UMass this season.

Refocused: Raphiael Putney hopes to bounce back with strong senior season
UMass senior forward Raphiael Putney is trying to put a difficult junior season behind him as he tries to help the Minutemen reach their lofty expectations this year.

Chiarelli: UMass has chance to revitalize fanbase
Collegian men’s basketball beat writer Mark Chiarelli says this year’s UMass team has the chance to excite a fanbase that hasn’t seen a championship sport in quite some time.

Back where he belongs: Derrick Gordon ready to finally step in for UMass
After sitting out a year, sophomore Derrick Gordon is ready to prove any doubters wrong and get the Minutemen back to the NCAA Tournament.

Building his palace: Cady Lalanne primed for big season with Minutemen
After a career that’s been full of nagging injuries and off-the-court issues, UMass junior center Cady Lalanne is ready for his best season yet in 2013-14.

Season predictions: Beat writers weigh in on Minutemen’s chances in 2013-14
Collegian men’s basketball beat writers Patrick Strohecker and Mark Chiarelli predict how UMass will fare this season.

VIDEO: Campus perspectives: Will UMass make the NCAA Tournament?
UMass students weigh in on the UMass men’s basketball team’s chances of ending its 15-year NCAA Tournament drought this season.

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