Students of the University of Massachusetts gathered in the Southwest Residential Area for almost 2 hours to celebrate the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl win.
Last spring’s elections and the controversy surrounding them still plague the governing body, leading to multiple resignations.
The country-turned-pop artist’s fifth album has a new, but not unexpected sound that may draw in even the most skeptical listeners.
A college campus must have an open discussion on mental health, says Daily Collegian Managing Editor Patrick Hoff.
Six months after the “Blarney Blowout,” former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis presented the findings of his investigation into the handling of large crowd disturbances.
Candidates for attorney general, treasurer and governor were decided in Tuesday’s primary election
UMass Boston alumna and Boston Marathon bombings victim Krystle Campbell is being remembered through a UMass scholarship and a marathon team in her name.
The review of Blarney Blowout is aided by Boston Police Commisioner, Ed Davis
In the SGA Senate meeting Monday, a new OHAG governor was appointed and funds were allocated for a Woman in Media conference, among other motions.
Amid allegations of misusing funds and ongoing impeachment procedures, Governor Seth Perkins and his cabinet have resigned for academic reasons, leading to the government’s finances being unfrozen.
The former SGA presidential candidate and current Orchard Hill Governor Seth Perkins defends himself and his cabinet as an impeachment process rumbles forward.
In a last-minute decision, the SGA Election Commission invalidated the DMC ticket, announcing Rao, Schissel and Freudson as winners.
Wale, Goo Goo Dolls, and Slightly Stoopid to perform
Seth Perkins and Isilda Gjata, also known as “The Hammer,” were removed from the ballot before polls opened on Sunday after an audit was completed on their residential area government.
The annual unsanctioned pre-St. Patrick’s Day party led to a number of off-campus incidents and 52 arrests by the Amherst Police alone, with an additional 28 summonses.
Richard Freeland, higher education commissioner for Massachusetts, came to UMass on Monday to testify on the 2015 fiscal year budget and meet with student leaders on campus.
Congress and President Obama just raised the debt ceiling again, but what does that mean for America?
News Editor Patrick Hoff runs down the five things you need to know about President’s Day.
Senior Thomas Bachman has started a group on campus that will make you laugh, quite literally