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‘Stopping Genocide and Mass Atrocities by Stopping the War Profiteers’ talk at UMass -

February 19, 2017

UMass hockey falls to No. 6 UMass Lowell for third time this season -

February 18, 2017

UMass hockey breakdown in final minutes of the second period on route to 5-2 loss to UMass Lowell -

February 18, 2017

Notebook: Jack Gibbs stars as UMass men’s basketball team drops game to Davidson Saturday -

February 18, 2017

UMass men’s basketball drops another close game, falls to Davidson Saturday afternoon -

February 18, 2017

Local blogger Larry Kelley dies in car crash, remembered by community -

February 18, 2017

REPORT: UMass football to name Ed Pinkham as next defensive coordinator -

February 18, 2017

UMass students skip class to stand in solidarity with undocumented immigrants and refugees -

February 18, 2017

NPR Education Correspondent Eric Westervelt talks on future of education -

February 18, 2017

Faculty of journalism department discusses failures of journalism during Trump era -

February 16, 2017

UMass hockey prepares for third and final match-up against No. 6 UMass Lowell on Saturday -

February 16, 2017

Panelists hold discussion on embodying global coalitions -

February 16, 2017

Journalist speaks on criminalization of youth in the United States -

February 16, 2017

UMass women’s lacrosse heads to Florida in search of first win of 2017 -

February 16, 2017

UMass men’s lacrosse looks to get offense back on track against Ohio State -

February 16, 2017

Duquesne stomps UMass men’s basketball 96-66 in Pittsburgh -

February 16, 2017

UMass softball focuses on mental approach ahead of Madeira Beach Invitational -

February 16, 2017

UMass women’s basketball drops eighth straight in loss at Richmond -

February 16, 2017

‘50 Shades Darker’ steams up all windows in the nation -

February 16, 2017

’20th Century Women’ is a love letter to women across generations -

February 16, 2017

A world without windows

Collegian Managing Editor Chris Shores shares his memories from four years in the Collegian’s basement newsroom.

For next SGA president Akshay Kapoor, a title, a voice and a challenge

Akshay Kapoor will become the new student government president tonight, taking on a balancing act of advocating for student interests and negotiating internal SGA affairs.

Amherst College panel discusses how Civil War affected town

On the Civil War’s sesquicentennial, a panel discussed the Civil War’s effects on the Amherst community.

Kumble Subbaswamy to serve as next UMass chancellor

Following a recommendation from UMass President Robert Caret, the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to appoint Kumble Subbaswamy the next UMass chancellor.

Student body elects Kapoor as SGA president, Healy as student trustee

Students elected Akshay Kapoor and Garrett Gowen as SGA president and vice president. They also elected Jennifer Healy as student trustee and rejected a referendum to establish a mandatory fee for a new Student Union building.

Author Tony Horwitz talks Harpers Ferry, new book

Tony Horwitz, author of “Midnight Rising: John Brown and the Raid That Sparked the Civil War,” spoke about Brown and his legacy at a lecture yesterday in the Cape Cod Lounge.

Award-winning journalist, author Tony Horwitz to speak today

Tony Horwitz, the UMass history department’s writer in residence, will talk about his new book “Midnight Rising: The Raid That Sparked the Civil War” today at 4 p.m. in the Cape Cod Lounge

Third time’s not the charm for The Fray

“Scars & Stories” is a disappointing third installment for Denver-based group The Fray, who hasn’t shown much growth since their last album three years ago.

Video Highlights: UMass defeats Duquesne in A-10 first round match

The Massachusetts Minutemen defeated the Duquesne Dukes at home in the first round of the Atlantic 10 Tournament.

Andrew Nestigen discusses “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”

Visiting lecturer Andrew Nestingen discusses how Swedish novels, such as “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” expose real life problems in Swedish culture.

Celebrating cinema

Collegian columnist Chris shores explains why award shows like the Academy Awards are worth watching.

Silent film ‘The Artist’ a delight, rivals films for best of 2011

“The Artist” is Oscar nominated for Best Picture, Actor in a Leading Role (Jean Dujardin), Actress in a Leading Role (Bérénice Bejo), Cinematography, Art Direction, Costume Design, Directing, Film Editing, Music (Original Score) and Writing (Original Screenplay).

With Scorsese behind camera, ‘Hugo’ not just for kids

“Hugo” is Oscar nominated for Best Picture, Art Direction, Costume Design, Directing, Film Editing, Music (Original Score), Writing (Adapted Screenplay), Visual Effects, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing and Cinematography.

‘Midnight in Paris’ a well-executed love story

“Midnight in Paris” is Oscar nominated for Best Picture, Directing, Art Direction and Writing (Original Screenplay).

Victor Cruz signs contract to author memoir

According to the New York Post, Victor Cruz — football star, salsa-dancing celebrity and UMass alum — will author a memoir.

The Valentine’s Day rap love song playlist

Need some songs to fill out a mix CD for the special day? Try these rap wonders.

Bruno Mars an unlikely contender in Grammys

Bruno Mars has been nominated for Album of the Year, but is his album really worthy of such praise?

Hampden Gallery features print-inspired art in “A Novel Idea”

“A Novel Idea” at the Hampden Gallery in Southwest takes its inspiration from the aesthetic of the printed page, offering creative variations and mutations galore.

“Midnight in Paris” a well-executed love story

“Midnight in Paris” – nominated for four Academy Awards – is, at its core, a love story about Paris.

“Hugo” and “The Artist” among top of Academy Award nominees

“Hugo” earned 11 nominations and “The Artist” earned 10 for the upcoming Academy Awards, held on Feb. 26.