Jason Aldean showed Amherst his kind of party last Friday night at the Mullins Center. Aldean was joined by opening acts The JaneDear Girls and Eric Church.
This summer holds some promising new TV series and returning favorites that are sure to entertain fans during the dry, hot months.
Looking back on her college years, Collegian columnist Kate MacDonald has some regrets, but she’s not letting that taint the fond memories she has of her four years at UMass.
Music fans in the Boston area have a lot to look forward to this summer.
“Soul Surfer” is based closely on the real-life struggles of Hawaiian-born Bethany Hamilton.
Here are five Red Sox books that any Fenway Fan would enjoy.
With its new soundtrack, the “Glee” cast continues its way of making new music fresh again with its fifth official soundtrack.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, which took place over spring break, Kate MacDonald breaks down the best Irish films.
“Battle: Los Angeles,” dirrected by Jonathan Liebesman and starring Aaron Eckhart, paints a picture of war-torn Los Angeles that won’t disappoint moviegoers.
Last night, winners were crowned at the 83rd annual Academy Awards. Collegian Blog Editor Kate MacDonald live blogged throughout the ceremony.
It’s no big secret that lead singer Thom Yorke’s band Radiohead is a little unconventional. In their newest album, “King of Limbs,” this isn’t a bad thing.
Michael Grandage’s stage adaptation of Shakespeare’s “King Lear” was recorded in London and is being played at Amherst Cinema. His version goes deeper into the minds of each character.
Director Mikael Hafstrom’s new film, “The Rite,” tells the thrilling story of a priest as he experiences a series of exorcisms that lead him to question his faith.
“No Strings Attached” brings an all star cast but a lack of originality for the romantic comedy genre.
From Katy Perry to Miranda Lambert, 2010 was one of the biggest years in the world of music in recent history. Collegian Blog Editor Kate MacDonald breaks down this year’s top ten albums of the year.
Collegian staff writer Kate MacDonald rounds up her top 10 essential Christmas movies for the holiday season.
Fight off the post-holiday blues at the movies this season, with no shortage of winter releases. “Yogi Bear,” “The Fighter,” and “Tron” promise to provide some entertainment for everyone.
TV personality and model Jenny McCarthy continues her long string of bestselling books with her latest, “Love, Lust and Faking it: The Naked Truth about Sex, Lies and True Romance,” (Harper) which hit shelves on Sept. 28, 2010.
The new release “Skyline,” despite featuring some solid acting and fancy special effects, unfortunately suffers from a derivative storyline and an unfortunate script.
Hollywood heavyweight Denzel Washington teamed up with Chris Pine in the new Tony Scott film “Unstoppable.” The movie, which is based on real events, takes place on a train as it speeds uncontrollably towards a heavily populated town, its brakes disconnected as its conductor jumps off the locomotive.