Collegian columnist Rachel Dougherty takes a look behind the scenes to see who benefits Commonwealth College community service.
Graduation’s around the corner and Collegian columnist Rachel Dougherty recommends shooting across the Pacific in search of job opportunities in South Korea.
Rachel Dougherty believes that students should be punished for bullying. But she doesn’t believe that we should start a witch-hunt. We should go after the real problem with bullying.
Columnist Rachel Dougherty sheds light on the lesser known details of alternative spring break’s structure and claims that, while well-intentioned students looking to volunteer may find traveling to build houses a good way of spending break, there could be better options for helping communities that would have more of an impact.
CASA Dominicana infused a little Caribbean heat into a cold Massachusetts night when they celebrated Dominican Independence Day on Saturday ,Feb. 27 in the Fine Arts Center lobby.
University of Massachusetts will celebrate the sights and sounds of Dominican Independence Day this Saturday, February 27, with a series of cultural performances in the Fine Arts Center. The event is organized by the UMass Casa Dominicana, a cultural RSO that provides students with social and educational events that celebrate Dominican culture.
“35 Shots of Rum” was shown Wednesday night at the Isenberg School of Management as part of the 17th annual Massachusetts Multicultural Film Festival.
Rachel Dougherty wants to know why, with all the things that can go wrong, students are not getting paid for all the time they work.
On Wednesday, Nov. 4, eight area massage parlors in six towns were raided by state and local police on suspicion of prostitution. According to a Nov. 4 report by ABC 40 News, the investigation was prompted by a tip from federal authorities in New York. Three women were arrested in the aftermath of the raid.
‘Busting up a Starbucks’ on the way to a Mike Doughty show is something every fan should do at least once. Fortunately, there is a Starbucks just one street away from the Iron Horse in Northampton, where Doughty played The Question Jar Show on Thursday, November 12.
The Calvin Theater was alive with the spirit of 60s on Saturday night when 1964 the Tribute brought the sounds of the Beatles to the Northampton stage. Named the “best Beatles tribute band in the world” by Rolling Stones Magazine, 1964 the Tribute recaptured the experience of the early Beatles for the audience…
Mike Doughty, former front-man of the New York based alternative rock group Soul Coughing and currently an independent artist, will play at Northampton’s Iron Horse this Thursday as a part of his 2009 tour, The Question Jar Show.
Woodstock may be a page in a history book, but the sixties will live on this Saturday night when 1964 The Tribute recreates the sounds and styles of the Beatles at Calvin Theater in Northampton.
After experiencing the horrors of a virus firsthand, Rachel Dougherty says that students should be more aware of the protection they need to keep their computers safe and how to get it.
Seeing a teenage girl exit the theater in a fit of hysterics may lead one to believe that “Paranormal Activity” may just be that movie that transcends mindless hype that it might just be “one of the scariest movies ever made,” as some viral ad campaigns would have us believe. Not bad by any means but hardly the horror juggernaut that it was made out to be.
There’s just one word to describe the Haitian American Student Association (HASA) Date Auction last Thursday night: hot. Between the crowds crammed into the Herter Annex Thursday night and the physiques of those volunteering to be auctioned off, the HASA Date Auction was sweltering.
Rachel Dougherty talks about the prevalence of eating disorders on college campuses and the legitimate threat that they pose.
Tuesday night’s Registered Student Organization (RSO) talent show came from select campus RSOs, who danced, stepped, jived and sang for the chance to win $500 to put toward one of their upcoming events, courtesy of the UPC.
With a pivotal decision on the U.S. military’s status in Afghanistan, Rachel Dougherty says that the Obama administration needs to make a right choice if the conflict is ever going to be decided.
With costs going up, classes harder to get into and the school over-enrolled, Rachel Dougherty says that taking extra time to graduate may not be an option for students that feel overwhelmed.