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UMass football prepares for final regular season game against Buffalo Friday -

November 25, 2015

UMass men’s basketball continues hot shooting in rout of Clemson Monday night -

November 24, 2015

SGA votes down letter opposing Baker’s statements on refugees -

November 24, 2015

IPO reaches out to local families to host international students for Thanksgiving -

November 24, 2015

Amherst Police Log: Nov. 20-22 -

November 24, 2015

Local Pioneer Valley food banks aim to fight hunger -

November 24, 2015

UMass club sports present petition alleging lack of resources, communication from athletic department -

November 24, 2015

UMass women’s basketball looks to get back on track in Omni Hotels Classic -

November 24, 2015

An inside look at the UMass club baseball team -

November 24, 2015

UMass men’s swimming proves victorious in Terrier Invitational, Minutewomen finish fourth -

November 24, 2015

The benefits of meditation -

November 24, 2015

In wake of Paris attacks, US should not ditch compassion -

November 24, 2015

Letter to the editor: Students for Justice in Palestine respond to a previous op-ed -

November 24, 2015

Student makes UMass history as first to perform mainstage production in wheelchair -

November 24, 2015

Graduate Employee Organization and UMass administrators meet to talk about late pay issues -

November 23, 2015

UMass Dining encourages different programs to prevent hunger in Amherst -

November 23, 2015

FBI agents explain cyber security at UMass talk -

November 23, 2015

Students present demands and tap administrators for answers, additional information at ‘answering session’ -

November 23, 2015

UMass Dining works to reduce amount of food waste created with weight measurement -

November 23, 2015

UMass women’s basketball falls 56-48 in home opener against Buffalo -

November 23, 2015

Walking dead mid-season finale impresses

Collegian Columnist Ellie Rulon-Miller says while there were some minor disappointments, the mid-season finale of “The Walking Dead” was worth watching.

Stephen Lynch releases two-disc comedy album

Ellie Rulon-Miller reviews the new Stephen Lynch album “Lion”.

How I Met Your Mother season starts off with a bang

The eighth and possibly final season premiere of the CBS comedy “How I Met Your Mother” is now underway.

Autumn brings drinks and pastries to match

As the leaves begin to turn, Arts Editor Ellie Rulon-Miller lists some of her favorite fall beverages and pastries.

Fans frenzy for Ben Folds Five reunion

For the first time since 1999, Ben Folds Five has put out a new full-length album, “The Sound of the Life of the Mind.”

New season ‘The Walking Dead’ to Return

AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” the successful television adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s increasingly popular comic book series about a zombie apocalypse, returns on Oct. 14 with its highly anticipated third-season premiere.

Keep summer alive with simple sangria recipe

Dreading the rapidly approaching fall season? Try this sangria recipe for a fruity summertime mixed drink.

Losing actually-graduating friends

As her fellow seniors graduate, Collegian Arts Editor Ellie Rulon-Miller is not ready let her friends and memories go.

A snapshot inside phoneography

High-quality photography is rapidly growing more accessible to the masses as companies begin to produce tiny lenses and other affordable equipment for camera phones.

They Might Be Awesome: Giants bring rock, puppets to Calvin

They Might Be Giants performed at the Calvin Theater in Northampton last Thursday with opening act Jonathan Coulton. Both acts’ senses of humor were in full swing all night long.

They Might Be Giants performing in Noho tonight

The ‘80s genre-defying duo have individually and collectively succeeded over the years.

Ways of skin care

Taking care of your skin is a completely different ball game during the winter months, especially for people with naturally dry skin.

Adventurers drawn to Valley hiking trails

Like its name suggests, the Pioneer Valley is loaded with mountains and hiking trails to suit any and all levels.

Taste the Mediterranean in Amherst

Mediterranean and Persian restaurant Moti, though not a typical experience, is one that should be given a chance.

Slideshow: Sledding adventures

Daily Collegian Managing Editor Chris Shores and Assistant Arts Editor Garth Brody take a break from putting together the spring semester’s first issue for some sledding on the hill between Baker and Infirmary Way.

Sean McCann and the Committed impress during intimate performance

Sean McCann and his new group, The Committed, dazzled during a small show at the Iron Horse at the Iron Horse music Hall on Monday.

Séan McCann to ‘Sail’ into NoHo

Canadian folk-rock mainstay Séan McCann brings his new trio, the Committed, to the Iron Horse tonight.

Deans office falls short in students’ protection

Collegian columnist Ellie Rulon-Miller expresses her frustration with the Dean of Students office in regards to a matter of personal safety on campus.

Losing faith in the judicial system

Ellie Rulon-Miller has lost faith in the law’s ability to keep her safe after she was assaulted twice and was unable to obtain a Harassment Prevention Order.

“Without Bias” remembers a basketball star that could have been

“Without Bias” tells the story of Len Bias, who died at 22 of an accidental overdose after being drafted by the Boston Celtics in 1986. The film is part of ESPN’s “30 for 30″ series.