Collegian columnist Rachel Tumin looks ahead at the stresses of senior year and feels the burden of old age.
Senior Producer Rachel Tumin gets the scoop on the in’s and out’s of student move-in day this semester.
Out-of-state student Rachel Tumin gives an outsider’s perspective on the unique phenomenon of
Boston sports pride.
Rachel is learning about French culture by day and enjoying its nightlife.
A photo slideshow from Rachel Tumin, studying abroad in Paris.
Video of the Governor’s visit to UMass Amherst a few days prior to the election.
Friends, family, students and colleagues remember the life and legacy of George N. Parks in our special look back at last week’s tribute ceremony.
Prepare yourself for the first home game of the season against rival Boston University this Friday, October 21 by checking out player profiles and team news from the UMass Hockey 2010-2011 Season Preview.
Senior Producer Rachel Tumin provides video coverage of Life is good founder John Jacobs speaking at UMass. Jacobs, a UMass grad, discussed the importance of optimism, even in the toughest of odds.
John Jacobs, co-founder of the Life is good t-shirt company spoke to UMass about the importance about keeping an optimistic outlook through life.
The Hillel House at UMass Amherst hosted its annual fundraiser, the Ride to Provide, yesterday.
After his speech Wednesday night in Bartlett Hall, human rights activist Cleve Jones sat down with DailyCollegian.com for an exclusive interview.
For the first time, UMass will offer a textbook rental program through the textbook annex. Rachel Tumin interviewed students and faculty to hear their opinions.
Last week, the Massachusetts state legislature’s Joint Committee on the Judiciary heard testimony on Senate bill no. 1801, “An Act to Regulate and Tax the Cannabis Industry.” The hearing for the bill, written and brought forth by Richard M. Evans, of Northampton, Mass., marked the second time in less than six months the legislature heard testimony on the subject.
Professor Kyle Frackman and Ph.D. student Victoria Lenshyn, of the University of Massachusetts german and scandinavian studies department, traveled on Sept. 18-20 to Sweet Briar College, in Virginia, to present at an intensive german-language immersion weekend.
“The Making of a Picture Book: The Marriage of Text and Art” at the Du Bois Library showcases the life of a picture book from its inception to its publication.