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UMass women’s basketball handles Duquesne at home -

January 16, 2017

UMass men’s basketball’s late comeback falls short after blowing 15-point first-half lead -

January 15, 2017

UMass hockey outlasted at home against No. 6 UMass Lowell -

January 14, 2017

Hailey Leidel hits second buzzer beater of the season to give UMass women’s basketball win over Davidson -

January 13, 2017

UMass football hosts Maine at Fenway Park in 2017 -

January 12, 2017

UMass men’s basketball snaps losing streak and upsets Dayton Wednesday night at Mullins Center -

January 11, 2017

UMass women’s track and field takes second at Dartmouth Relays -

January 10, 2017

UMass hockey falls to No. 5 Boston University at Frozen Fenway -

January 8, 2017

UMass professor to make third appearance on ‘Jeopardy!’ -

January 8, 2017

UMass women’s basketball suffers brutal loss on road against Saint Joseph’s -

January 7, 2017

UMass men’s basketball drops thirds straight, falls to VCU 81-64 -

January 7, 2017

UMass men’s basketball drops tightly-contested conference matchup against George Mason Wednesday night -

January 4, 2017

Late-game defense preserves UMass women’s basketball’s win against rival Rhode Island -

January 4, 2017

AIC shuts out UMass hockey 3-0 at Mullins Center -

January 4, 2017

UMass professor to appear as contestant on ‘Jeopardy!’ Thursday night -

January 4, 2017

Penalties plague UMass hockey in Mariucci Classic championship game -

January 2, 2017

UMass men’s basketball falls in A-10 opener to St. Bonaventure and its veteran backcourt -

December 30, 2016

UMass woman’s basketball ends FIU Holiday Classic with 65-47 loss to Drexel -

December 29, 2016

UMass men’s basketball finishes non-conference schedule strong with win over Georgia State -

December 28, 2016

Brett Boeing joins UMass hockey for second half of season -

December 28, 2016

A need to write

Collegian’s former assistant Ed/Op Editor Leigh Greaney speaks about her experience at UMass in her senior column.

Jason Myles Goss keeps it simple

Brooklyn-based solo artist Jason Myles Goss plays simple, subtle music for “good, solid, salt-of-the-earth people.” His songs function on a basic level, contain characters and work together as a storybook of sorts. Goss is planning on touring the United States later this year.

Slavery is alive now

Almost a hundred and fifty years after the Emancipation Proclamation, slavery is still alive and unfortunately, all too well.

Local hip-hop act Solo Sexx shakes up male-dominated scene

All-female hip-hop act Solo Sexx have been making waves in the local scene, one which they refer to as “male and stale.” Their sound is anything but stale, earning them a bi-monthly gig at Northampton night club Diva’s.

That old-time religion

Collegian columnist Leigh Greaney has found that more Americans than ever are saying they’re not religious—and she thinks that’s okay.

Outer Stylie blend psychadelic and heavy rock

Local band Outer Stylie recently performed their powerful yet beautiful music on Sweet Baby Lou’s radio show. The group is in the process of putting together an EP and will be touring this July.

Mallory knows how to do it themselves

Mallory and its Do-It-Yourself subculture rips the screws out of the capitalist machine. Since the 1970s, DIY culture has pitted itself against the materialist dogma. In a world where music is all about advertising and big labels, Niko Para, Justin Fallon and Andre Ricard of Mallory say “no thanks – we can handle this ourselves.”

Chills from the Frills

There’s nothing like a heavy dose of irony to kick up punk appreciation. The not-so-frilly group “The Frills” know this well. The group members, all University of Massachusetts students, don’t even really like punk music, but they consider themselves part of the genre.

Gender assumptions about men and women and relationships outdated and hindrance to equality

Columnist Leigh Greaney discusses how genderizing emotional wants and needs are assumptions that destroy opportunities for gender equality.

Darlingside is hungry for some sushi and Japanese stardom

On their Pacific tsunami ride to glory, Darlingside stopped by the University of Massachusetts and Sweet Baby Lou and the Reverends of Funk’s office at WMUA to spread their sound into the ears of campus Feb. 3. With their indie/folk/rock beats and catchy harmonic rhythms, the guys of Darlingside showed UMass the fruits of their labor, planted in their Williams College base. Make no mistake, this small town college band has been growing tall around the Northampton area.

Naked

Should we be allowed to skinny dip? I think so.

Breaking down a culture

Collegian columnist Leigh Greaney discusses what America’s sayings say about America.

Gender, race and the census

Collegian columnist Leigh Greaney argues that the 2010 Census promotes stereotypes that are unproductive.

Merit over melanin

With the new survey on SPIRE asking students to “self-identify” themselves into a racial category, Leigh Greaney argues that identity should have nothing to do with race on a university campus.

The real Africa, the real America

From South Africa, Leigh Greaney examines how America has been misrepresented abroad and how Africa has been misrepresented at home.

How much has changed in South Africa?

Writing from Cape Town, Leigh Greaney speaks of the racial divide that still haunts a once colonized country.

Cultural Electricity

Before she went to study abroad in South Africa, Leigh Greaney had been told about the “culture shock” that she would experience. What really shook her, though, was not the poverty or hunger, it was the people.