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UMass hosts William A. Douglass for lecture and chair in Basque cultural studies -

September 27, 2016

Amherst Select Board discusses imposing fines on those who violate water usage ban -

September 27, 2016

UMass tennis opens season on high note with performance at Brown Invitational -

September 27, 2016

UMass women’s soccer using long break to prepare for Atlantic 10 play -

September 27, 2016

Notebook: Ford ‘takes step forward,’ Williams appears on SportsCenter -

September 27, 2016

UMass cross country and track and field coach Ken O’Brien hits half century mark with program -

September 27, 2016

A-10 soccer notebook: Duquesne shuts out Robert Morris 1-0 to win fourth straight -

September 27, 2016

The blue light situation: When is enough, enough? -

September 27, 2016

Survivor; awesome yet evil -

September 27, 2016

A ‘Mirror’ into Clinton’s campaign -

September 27, 2016

UMass a cappella groups S#arp Attitude and The Hexachord’s on ‘Sing It On’ television series -

September 27, 2016

‘Through the Photographer’s Eyes’ exhibit highlights photojournalism in today’s media -

September 27, 2016

Designer collaborations steal the show at New York Fashion Week SS17 -

September 27, 2016

Massachusetts drought heavily impacts local agriculture -

September 26, 2016

UMass Soccer earns second win of season in 3-2 victory over Hartford -

September 26, 2016

‘Morris from America’ explores teen angst and the struggles of growing up -

September 26, 2016

‘Hell or High Water’ an intense, morally ambiguous modern Western -

September 26, 2016

Read: You won’t regret it -

September 26, 2016

UMass field hockey hangs tough, falls to No. 18 Stanford -

September 26, 2016

Racism in the LGBTQ community -

September 26, 2016

Students gather in Southwest after Obama’s re-election announced

About 500 students gathered in the Southwest Residential Area as President Barack Obama’s re-election was called by media outlets nationwide.

UMass researchers studying migratory patterns of bluefin tunas and other fish

Young Atlantic bluefin tunas may be braving a long journey across the Atlantic Ocean, and University of Massachusetts researchers are part of a three-year study to chart their travels.

UCard system gets a reboot

With card readers throughout campus, students no longer have to worry about their UCards’ strips wearing down.

Leaving is weird; not leaving is even weirder

Collegian Editor-in-Chief Alyssa Creamer finds leaving the Collegian to be weird but staying another year is even weirder.

CPNAIS presents 5th annual Native Studies Symposium

The University of Massachusetts’ Certificate Program in Native American Indian Studies [CPNAIS] held its fifth-annual Native Studies Symposium last Friday.

ResLife employee charged with stealing $200,000 from former employer

Executive assistant to Executive Director of Residential Life Edward Hull, Amy Wing, has been charged with stealing $200,000 from a former employer of hers.

Vehicle ablaze at entrance to lower garage of Campus Center

At approximately 7:30 p.m. Friday, a vehicle caught fire nearly 200 ft. from the entrance to the lower garage of the Campus Center, blocking visitors to the campus center from entering or leaving the lower garage and its surrounding vicinity.

UMPD officers file suit against department over audio surveillance

The lawsuit was prompted after the discovery of audio surveillance equipment that was recording on-duty officers from a number of the police station’s ceilings at all hours.

UPDATED: Lawyer tapped by Roe former clerk of presiding judge

Cullen Roe, whose hearing to sue UMass was recently cancelled, initially sought legal counsel from Attorney Luke Ryan, who previously worked for the presiding judge.

BREAKING: Hearing for Roe lawsuit against University cancelled

According to an official from the Federal District Court in Springfield, Mass., Cullen Roe’s hearing regarding his suit against the University for his summary expulsion from the University of Massachusetts has been cancelled.

Western Mass. ACLU finds University soliciting policy unconstitutional

At the request of the Student Government Association, the Western Massachusetts chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union has reviewed the University’s soliciting policy and found numerous components of it to be unconstitutional.

Podcast: Molander speaks out about his intentions

Collegian Editor-in-Chief Alyssa Creamer, News Editor Katie Landeck and Assistant Editor Dan Glaun sat down with Tyler Molander, the UMass Junior behind a letter seeking people to start a “friend club.”

Campus Perspectives: Reactions to Tyler Molander letter

On Sunday, Jan. 29, UMass junior Tyler Molander distributed letters under the doors of dorms in the Southwest and Sylvan residential areas. The Massachusetts Daily Collegian asked students in Southwest for their thoughts on the letter and the reaction that followed.

Tyler Molander debates withdrawal

Tyler Molander, the UMass junior who distributed a typed letter to hundreds of students vying for members to join a “friend club” on Jan. 29, speaks with the Massachusetts Daily Collegian about his academic future.

UPDATED: UMass students gather in Southwest after Super Bowl XLVI

On Sunday night, right after the New England Patriots fell to the New York Giants, 21-17, students at the University of Massachusetts proceeded to gather in the Southwest Residential Area and were dispersed by police.

Letter causes stir on UMass campus

A controversial letter – distributed by junior Tyler Molander to a large portion of Southwest Residential Area residents asking students to meet him at the Blue Wall café at 6 p.m. last night – shook up the campus, yesterday.

UMass offers prime sledding locations

UMass Amherst has an assortment of tall hills and long stretches of snow, making it a great place to sled over the Winter.

A smoothie when it’s snowy

Living in a freezer over winter break prevents one from enjoying some of the finer things in life. For instance, the smoothie – a healthy, tasty and refreshing liquid snack for when the weather gets warmer. Those heavenly textured, fruity delights have the ability to brighten even the murkiest of days. Smoothies are a delicious way to get daily servings of fruits and vegetables, and they’re quick, easy and convenient to make for even the most culinary-challenged college student. Don’t forget the tiny umbrellas. The Smarten Up Smoothie This smoothie is perfect for a study break. Mix one cup frozen…

Pi Kappa Phi cycles in Campus Center

UMass’ Pi Kappa Phi chapter’s Pedal for Push event had its members pedaling on three stationary exercise inside the Campus Center by the entrance closest to the University store.

Remembering Robert Clifford

Family, friends and members of the University of Massachusetts community grieve over the loss of Robert “Bobby” Clifford, the 25-year-old student, who died last Thursday