Justin Surgent explains why college is a “building block” for future professional and personal endeavors.
UMass ROTC unable to run marathon this year, due to “no bag” policy.
The Blarney Blowup: Students need to take responsibility for their actions, as they lead to police reactions
Justin Surgent says “Blarney” participants should take responsibility for their actions.
Justin Surgent relates the snow day to the process of reaching adulthood.
Here tells the tale of the haunted “last friday paper ” that has come back to seek revenge on the Collegian Staff.
Justin Surgent recounts his firsthand account of experiences traveling through the online romantic world.
At Amherst Brewing Company, the only thing bigger than the bar is the brew selection.
The UMass community hosted a Run for Boston on Thursday, April 18, to raise money and support in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
A rally was staged as the culmination of CERC’s “Week of Action Against Rape Culture” (WAAR).
Justin Surgent provides a list of songs to sing to the end of days.
Give your artsy friend a great gift to help them take pictures without taking your money.
Students dressed in a multitude of bright colored clothing and Halloween costumes gathered for an electronic show like no other.
Lewis Black had audiences rolling on the floor during his Friday night stand-up performance.
Fantazia will come to the Mullins Center tonight for Halloween
Comedian Lewis Black to perform at the Calvin Theatre in Northampton tonight.
Last Thursday night, Mountain Park in Holyoke was the lucky venue for the first show in the new Ben Folds Five tour in over a decade.
Despite being dislocated from their home turf near the campus center, UMass Quidditch team members remain upbeat about their quirky sport.
A live webcam is making it possible for students to view the pair of falcons that has been nesting atop the W.E.B Du Bois library for 10 years.
Tonight and tomorrow night, under a big white tent outside the library, the UMass Theatre Guild will waltz gently into your heart with “A Little Night Music.”
With FlashNotes, students can make money selling their notes from class, as well as purchase other peoples’ notes.