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Reflecting over three years as a sports writer -

April 25, 2017

What I’ve learned from UMass and what UMass can learn from me -

April 25, 2017

UMass track and field holds its own in Larry Ellis Invitational -

April 25, 2017

UMass tennis gets two Atlantic 10 victories over weekend -

April 25, 2017

My two years of survival -

April 25, 2017

Amherst man to row from Miami to New York City to help fund John P. Musante Health Center -

April 25, 2017

Brush fires prove problematic for Western Massachusetts communities -

April 25, 2017

UConn, Boston College up next for UMass softball -

April 25, 2017

UMass rowing strong against tough competition -

April 25, 2017

United Airlines: Our perpetual outrage isn’t why people are angry -

April 25, 2017

Senior Columns 2016-2017 -

April 25, 2017

Poets Andrea Gibson and Megan Falley spark deeper dialogue in their performances at Iron Horse Music Hall -

April 25, 2017

Dissecting Science: Episode Three -

April 24, 2017

Softball sweeps Saint Joseph’s to take over first place in the Atlantic 10 -

April 24, 2017

Report: UMass men’s basketball lands Maryland transfer Jaylen Brantley -

April 24, 2017

UMass baseball takes two out of three in weekend series with La Salle -

April 24, 2017

UMass men’s lacrosse can’t keep pace with Hofstra in road loss -

April 24, 2017

Q&A with UMass student app creator -

April 24, 2017

UMass women’s lacrosse squeaks past George Mason 18-17 -

April 24, 2017

Events in Turkey today echo patterns of Armenian genocide -

April 24, 2017

“The river” a flawed trip upstream

Collegian Columnist Victoria Knobloch reviews ABC’s new show “The River”

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Relating old, hit sitcoms to their newer equivalents

There is nothing like the feeling of a finished series, but then what?

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How “How I Met Your Mother” became a recent phenomenon

In this column, Herb Scribner describes how “How I Met Your Mother” and its recent popularity among college kids has a real message.

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Television Continues to Reign Supreme in 2011

Over the past decade, a clear shift has taken place between television and film in terms of quality. Television used to be widely considered the lesser of the two media in crafting innovative narratives and production technique, but that no longer holds true. Thanks to premium channels such as HBO and new markets for television series via DVD and Blu-ray sales, studio executives now see the lucrative results that the television platform can offer and are dedicated in producing worthy programs. Due to (and also helping to fuel) this trend, talented writers and actors are now making the move to…

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Dynamics of ‘Springer Break’ unveiled

Approximately 35 UMass students traveled to the Jerry Springer show in Stamford, Connecticut by bus on Nov. 21st to witness the infamous brawls first hand.

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“Hell on Wheels” shines as newest western

AMC’s latest series takes place during the end of the Civil War and
follows a cold blooded killer/railroad worker trying to murder those who killed his wife in the war.

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Horror genre thrives on the small screen

We investigate the resurgence of terrifying television programs and pick out a few of the most bone-chilling highlights from this season.

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Thrills and kills on “The Walking Dead”

Starting strong into its second season, this televised horror favorite provides viewers with terrifyingly inhuman zombies and strikingly human characters.

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‘American Horror Story’ gore frightens viewers into watching

FX’s new show, “American Horror Story” disturbs audiences into its third episode tonight at 10 p.m.

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14 years later ‘South Park’ still delivers the laughs

In its 15th season, “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone continue to produce entertaining episodes for eager audiences.

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“Breaking Bad” fans crazy over murderous drug dealer

AMC’s “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston, who plays main character Walter White, chooses risque methods of dealing with a lung cancer diagnosis. The season four finale, which aired earlier this week, left viewers shocked but satisfied.

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Heartbreak in Italia on the ‘Jersey Shore’

This season of “Jersey Shore” proves to be an emotional roller coaster as Snooki struggles to maintain a long-distance relationship.

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Shows continuing after their peak prove bleak

Television series such as “24,” “Entourage,” and “ER” are guilty continuing after their peak to earn more money. “Lost” and “Breaking Bad” know when to call it quits by giving their show an end date.

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“Yeeeaa Buddy!”… And They’re Back!

The “Jersey Shore” crew has returned and is wreaking havoc bigger than ever before – but this time, they’re searching for cabs and fun in Italy.

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Television season is back

Collegian columnist Kevin Romani previews the shows returning for the Fall season line-up.

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“Entourage” wraps up after eight seasons

The cast of “Entourage” has enjoyed a lot of success during the show’s run. Fans were not completely upset by the show’s ending, though, because its final seasons were lackluster.

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Emmy Awards: “Mad Men” and “Modern Family” remain on top

In the absence of usual favorites “Breaking Bad” and “Lost” from the nominee list, Best Drama was up for grabs, while “Modern Family” still reigns supreme in comedy.

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The Gang keep it “Always Sunny” for another season

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is expected to continue delivering the laughs in its seventh season on FX

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“Parks and Rec” continues to amuse viewers in the next season

“Parks and Recreation” enters it’s fourth season on NBC with increasing viewership.

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Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero

Frontline rereleased a special report that originally aired on September 3, 2002 for the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks. The program, located on the PBS website, looks at 9/11 in a series of different acts, with seven parts.

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