Annual Communication career night this Thursday hosts six successful Umass gradutes.
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone laugh their way onto Broadway with their newest musical.
Performers of “The Vagina Monologues” showed UMass audiences a variety of perspectives on women’s rights and sexuality.
The Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton played host to a family-friendly combination of ukeleles and yo-yo masters on Sunday.
The Daily Collegian’s Guide to Valentine’s Day 2011: from candy to relationships to music to fashion.
Hotties beware. Learn how to avoid questionable dates who resort to their pick-up lines.
Sunday, Feb. 13 at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, a series of successful ukulele and Yo-Yo performers are putting on a show.
Every year, Seasonal Affective Disorder sweeps in with the cold weather. Combat SAD with vitamin D and a little exercise, and you’ll be back to normal before you can say “winter depression.”
Haven’t set any plans for New Years Eve? Collegian writer Kate Evans has some exciting ideas for you, ranging from “adult” sledding to costume partying.
It’s approaching Friday and your closet is looking uncomfortably bare. Valerie Leikina, a senior finance and biochemistry major at UMass, wants to solve your fashion foes with her new business.
What’s more enjoyable than feasting on tasty appetizers, oven-roasted turkey and an assortment of pies this Thanksgiving? Festive alcoholic drinks to pair with your holiday meal will surely make the great American holiday more appealing than ever before.
Kate Evans talks costumes and characters with fans at the premiere of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” last Friday at Cinemark in Hadley.
The Campus Center’s Graduate Lounge is serving up wine, beer and local talent to students, professors, and community members alike.
Don’t go on the slopes uninformed this winter: Read Collegian Staff reporter Kate Evan’s slope-by-slope review of the most popular skiing locations.
This season, try Dottin’s style on for size. Black tights and a simple dress with just a splash of color will make you talk of the town.
Daniel Tosh will be performing this Wednesday at the Mullins Center. Audiences can expect an energetic, at least partially improvised performance from the star of Comedy Central’s “Tosh.0.”
Kate Evans tells how to dress like your favorite guido or guidette from “Jersey Shore.”
The University of Massachusetts is generally a safe campus. That isn’t to say it isn’t creepy, however. Here is a list of the top 10 scariest places on campus.
New York Times Best-selling author Tucker Max releases his second book, “Assholes Finish First.” Picking up from where “I Hope they Serve Beer in Hell” left off, Max’s new book is filled with drunken debacles certain to entertain and offend.
A University of Massachusetts graduate and longtime professional screenwriter Tom Benedek visited the Student Union Ballroom on Tuesday to discuss screenwriting and his life “From One Golden Age to Another.”