Make the most out of your meal plan when returning to campus from winter break.
After a problematic launch, this MMO is destined for greatness
New features stun, but the storyline is still lacking.
Stephen Margelony-Lajoie reviews the pros and cons of Apple’s latest mobile iOS
Nintendo will be releasing a downgrade from its current line of DS products Oct. 12 with the new 2DS.
A sneak peak into what 2013 has to offer for video games.
Everyone wants to start off the new year looking good, and end the new year looking better. Try these tricks to make sure it happens.
Stephen Margelony-Lajoie shares a recipe for scrumptious cheesecake.
Amidst the gifts and decorations, there is a deeper meaning to the holidays, and it is important not to forget it.
Collegian staffers Steffi Porter, Stephen Margelony-Lejoie and Emily Brightman discuss their opinions of Christmas.
Stephen Margelony-Lajoie gives tips to keep away the few extra inevitable pounds that the holiday season brings along.
Israel pop star Harel Skaat visited the University of Massachusetts’ Hillel House Oct. 28 to lead a discussion about the LGBT life in Israel and about being an openly gay celebrity.
Halloween treats are fun, creative and easy to make. Watch how to make delicious Witch Hat Cupcakes!
If your idea of a great Halloween involves video games, we’ve got just the list for you.
For me, simple has always been the highlight of my sense of fashion.
The fall season promises new thrills for video game enthusiasts.
After many years of waiting, No Doubt revives its classic ska punk sound without disappointment through the release of latest album.
With the release of Square Enix’s ‘Final Fantasy XIII,’ loyal players cannot help but wonder if the game series should be put to rest already.
Vampire movies from recent years, such as the “Twilight” series, are just glorified abusive relationships that rake in millions of dollars.
The fashion industry is constantly bombarding consumers with images telling them how they should live their lives and what they’re supposed to want. The multi-billion dollar industries that control our media wouldn’t be making much money if they were spending millions telling people that they are perfectly fine just the way they are and to be content with what they already have, so it makes sense. Still, there’s a fine line between convincing people that they need the newest fashion trend or the most fuel-efficient vehicles and persuading people that living in their own skin isn’t quite good enough. This…