A selection of the best photos taken by Collegian staff photographers during the Fall 2014 semester.
Bright Spot Therapy Dogs came to campus Wednesday for the ‘Paws Program’, an event sponsored by the Center for Health Promotion.
Alex Frail and Jack Nichols recap this year in “The Walking Dead” in the Daily Collegian Arts Walking Dead podcast.
On Thursday various groups and individuals presented during TEDx UMass’s Project X: Student Showcase.
The singer-songwriter and his band, the New Rockwells, produce folk-rock music that is all at once dynamic, evolving and unpredictable.
For Saturday’s hockey exhibition game the Daily Collegian sent a team of photographers. Here are some of their best shots.
Here are some of the Daily Collegian’s best photos from the 2013-2014 academic year. Photos by: Alex Aritan, Cade Belisle, Shannon Broderick, Nicole Evangelista, James Jesson, Alex Lindsay, Zoe Mervine, Shaina Mishkin, Robert Rigo, Bryn Rothschild-Shea, Juliette Sandleitner, Taylor C. Snow, Justin Surgent, Maria Uminski, Christina Yacono
Photo slideshow: Students marched from Student Union to the Whitmore building protesting the police brutality and overall response during the events of Blarney Blowout. Photos by Cade Belisle, Robert Rigo, James Jesson and Alex Lindsay.
On Wednesday, March 3rd, a show took place in the Agricultural Engineering Building room 119. Put on by Students for Alternative Music, SALT, the show consisted of 4 bands: Shakusky., 10,000 Blades, Feels and Brave Bird.
The best photos from Friday night’s men’s basketball game between UMass and VCU at the Mullins Center. Created with Admarket’s flickrSLiDR. Photos by Taylor C. Snow, Cade Belisle and James Jesson.
The Collegian talks with the four MASSGAMES admins running Fall 2013’s game of Humans vs. Zombies.
Video by Shaina Mishkin
Here tells the tale of the haunted “last friday paper ” that has come back to seek revenge on the Collegian Staff.
Patrick Hoff shares his thoughts on the season premiere of “How I Met Your Mother.”
Collegian podcasters Nick Derian and Marissa Zaritsky review “The Family.”
In their first podcast, Nick Derian and Marissa Zaritsky review “The Butler,” a film starring Forest Whitaker who portrays Cecil Gaines, a butler in the White House for eight administrations.
In the first installment of Podcast 9 From Outer Space, Jeremy Paskoff and Tommy Verdone review “The Creeping Terror,” a B-movie from 1964.
Kayla Marchetti demonstrates how to bake a gluten-free, vegan-friendly apple crisp in this audio slideshow.
Collegian Correspondent Soren Hough discusses the 2013 Academy Awards with guest speaker Josh Rosenfield of the University of Rhode Island.
The UMass Belly Dancing Club demonstrate their moves during a practice.
Soren Hough lists five romantic comedies that are perfect for a relaxing Valentine’s Day at home.
Collegian staffers Steffi Porter, Stephen Margelony-Lejoie and Emily Brightman discuss their opinions of Christmas.
Students Participated in the anual Udance dance marathon on Nov. 17 to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network
Members of The Vocal Suspects, UMass’s A Capella group, talk about their music.
Members of the UMass Theatre Guild crew highlight “Farragut North.” The play is in production through Saturday, Nov. 3.
You don’t need to have seen Part I of Deadly Collegian to enjoy the twists and thrills of the newest installment of “Deadly Collegian”. This short film stars several staff members of the Collegian, including Emily Felder, Herb Scribner and Taylor Snow.
Halloween treats are fun, creative and easy to make. Watch how to make delicious Witch Hat Cupcakes!
Emily Abrams captured Mike’s Maze in Sunderland, MA on a picturesque October day.
Ashley Beam displays the latest fall fashion trends in a video slideshow.
Danny Marchant and Kevin Romani offer their final thoughts in the series finale of “The Dark Knight Rises” podcast.
In the ninth and final episode of ‘A View from the Director’s Chair’ podcast, Collegian producers Danny Marchant and Kevin Romani review the work of Peter Jackson.
Last Thursday night, Cinemark Theater made an offer to audiences they couldn’t refuse: The chance to see “The Godfather Part II” on the big screen.
Episode four of “The Dark Knight Rises” podcast focuses on the film’s confirmed – and potential – antagonists. Collegian Producers Danny Marchant and Kevin Romani discuss the man who breaks the bat himself – Bane (Tom Hardy) – as well as The Caped Crusader’s favorite cat burglar – Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway).
Tye Whipple – director and co-writer of the short film “Honeysuckle” – discusses both his film and student filmmaking on campus.
In the third installment of “The Dark Knight Rises” podcast, Collegian producers Danny Marchant and Kevin Romani discuss Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale’s take on the Batman himself.
Last fall, Northampton’s Pleasant Street Theater kicked off its Friday “Midnight” series for film fanatics.
Collegian producers Conor Murphy, Emily Merlino and Kevin Romani along with special guest Annie Harrington provide a full recap of the best and worst dressed at this past Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony.
Collegian producers Malea Ritz and Kevin Romani discuss the 84th Academy Awards. Malea and Kevin share their opinions on both the winners and the program itself. Podcast: Oscar Recap Podcast: Oscar Recap Part 2
Senior Producer Kevin Romani, Danny Marchant and Chris Shores share their thoughts on the nominations for the 2012 Oscars.
Collegian producers Kevin Romani, Christina Gregg and Dave Coffey discuss the 2012 Grammys from Adele to LL Cool J to commemorations to heavy metal.
The Grammy Awards red carpet looks were a mixed sack of red Versace and orange Gaultier lace. Collegian fashion gurus Lindsey Davis, Christina Gregg, Conor Murphy chat about their favorite looks with podcast host Kevin Romani.
In the second installment of “The Dark Knight Rises” podcast, Collegian producers Danny Marchant and Kevin Romani offer an in-depth analysis of both the teaser and theatrical trailers for the upcoming film. Podcast: The Dark Knight Rises Episode 2
Collegian producers Danny Marchant and Kevin Romani discuss the most anticipated film of 2012 in the first episode of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ podcast.
“The Grey,” starring Liam Neeson, appears in trailers to be another one of Neeson’s recent popcorn action flicks, but turns out to be a genuinely well-written thriller.
This year’s Oscar nominations were announced on Tuesday and have
caused quite an uproar. Collegian Columnist Kevin Romani analyzes the
Daily Collegian Managing Editor Chris Shores and Assistant Arts Editor Garth Brody take a break from putting together the spring semester’s first issue for some sledding on the hill between Baker and Infirmary Way.
MiM0SA with The M Machine perform at Pearl Street.
On Friday night, 3 Doors Down headlined a concert which featured Pop Evil and Theory of a Deadman at the Mullins Center.
Readers submitted their favorite photos from the infamous ‘Snow-tober’ and you can too! Post your photo on the DailyCollegian.com Facebook page or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freshman Christopher Robinson brings the art of light gloving to to campus.
World-famous electronic artist deadmau5 brings his “Meowington Hax” tour to the Mullins Center.
Lotus exhilarates the crowd at the Calvin with fluid grooves and dazzlingly synchronized light displays.
Circa Survive headlined at Pearl Street, wrapping up their tour promoting their 2010 release, “Blue Sky Noise.”
In the first episode of “A View from the Director’s Chair,” Collegian arts producers Kevin Romani and Danny Marchant discuss the filmography of Steven Spielberg. They offer their favorite Spielberg films, moments and reveal Spielberg’s most important collaborator.
Collegian Senior Producer Kevin Romani takes a look into the 2011 season for Mike’s Maze in Sunderland, MA.
In the first episode of the “Fall Movie Guide Podcast,” Collegian staff members Kevin Romani and Danny Marchant share their thoughts on “Moneyball.”
Cirque Du Soleil Quidam soars through the Mullins Center over the weekend.
Collegian photographer Hannah Cohen gets a sneak peak of the behind the scenes at Cirque Du Soleil in the Mullins Center.
Collegian producers Kevin Romani and Danny Marchant evaluate the new boss on ‘The Office’ and the future of Dunder Mifflin.
Collegian producers Kevin Romani and Danny Marchant discuss the recent announcement about the return of ‘Arrested Development’ as a series and a movie.
Collegian arts producers Kevin Romani and Malea Ritz discuss the most watchable fall television premieres.
Collegian Senior Producer Kevin Romani follows the UMass Marching Band as they start a new season and a new relationship with Dr. Timothy Anderson.
Senior Producers Kevin Romani and Rachel Tumin dish their thoughts on the results of the Emmy Awards in a three-part podcast series.
Cool jam band Umphrey’s Mcgee swung by the Calvin Theatre on 9/15 for a chill evening of rock.
DJ Tiesto’s Club Life invaded the Mullins Center this week, playing dance and electronica to an enthusiastic and colorfully-dressed crowd.
As a part of this year’s First Week activities, UMass Dining set out to break the record for World’s Largest Stir Fry, cooking up over 4,000 pounds of food.
Local band Smokestack played during the opening reception festivities for the exhibits “The Pawn Shop: Fox Proprietors” and “Intertwined” at the Hampden Gallery on Sunday.
Photographer Lindsey Davis mingles with UMass student groups looking for new recruits at the Activities Expo.
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Chancellor Robert Holub and his wife Sabine hosted the latest Hillside Salon Tuesday. The salon featured artwork by Michael Tillyer, Burns Maxey, Ali Moshiri, and Marcia Reed.
The Danish indie rock duo, The Raveonettes, played The Pearl Street Night Club in Northampton to help promote their new album “Raven in the Grave.”
The Kids on a Hill performed at the Cape Cod Lounge on Saturday, April 23.
Students could be seen throwing, smearing and splashing bright powders on each other at last week’s Festival of Colors at Hampshire College.
Concert in dedication to George Parks following a walk over to the band building.
Extravaganja motivated all marijuana lovers and fans to join together on the Amherst Commons for a weekend full of music, art, smoking, and peace.
3oh3!, B.o.B, and Pretty Lights performed at the Mullins Center for Spring Concert on 4/17/11.
Sisters on the Runway was a fashion show put together by Umass students to raise awareness and funds for victims of domestic violence. All proceeds went to Safe Passage, a shelter for domestic abuse victims in Northampton.
Winter seems to be in the past as students enjoy the 70-degree weather. Here’s a slideshow of students making the most of the spring weather.
Student Valley Productions hosted the fourteenth comedy jam in Bowker on April 8.
A concert was held Wednesday, April 6 to remember the late band director George Parks. Current and former band members joined forces for the concert.
The UMass Department of Theater put on the production of “Scarcity” last week.
Toubab Krewe performed at the Iron Horse Friday, April 1.
The Atlantic Brass Quintet is a five-piece chamber music ensemble that is based in Boston, and was founded in 1985, by John Manning, Joseph Foley, John Faieta and Bob Rasmussen. The group preformed at UMass Thursday, Feb. 10. Photography by Alex Pennachio.
Flayvors of Cook Farm held the traditional serving of ice cream with breakfast on Feb 5. Residents from the area enjoyed their free serving with their meals. Photography by Alex Mojcher
UMass canceled classes early Tuesday and closed down for the entire day Wednesday to start off February.
Two new innovative art exhibits are on display now at the Hampden Gallery.
A Red Sox event was held at the Curry Hicks Cage, where ticket vouchers were distributed and the World Series trophies were displayed.
Wintry conditions caused the campus to close down in the middle of the first day of the semester.
The UMass Parkour club was photographed in action last semester by Carly Raber.
Which Collegian photo was the best of the semester? We’ve chosen 30 of our favorites and will leave the final decision to your vote!
Photos of the week, taken by Hannah Cohen, Jeff Bernstein, Jake Hachey, Maria Uminski, Sam Hayes and Emily White.
Students gather in Earth Foods to share music and poetry with one another. Photography by Maria Uminski.
A photo slideshow of “Company,” a musical comedy performed by the Umass Theatre Guild on Dec. 3, 2010. Photography by Hannah Cohen.
A photo slideshow of the Bear Hands’ opening act performance for Ted Leo and the Pharmacists at Pearl Street on Dec. 2. Photography by Hannah Cohen.
How was your Thanksgiving break? Phoebe Glick documents hers in a photo slideshow.
Wiz Khalifa performs at the Mullins Center on 11/20/10. Photography by Marsha Gelin.
Slideshow featuring the past week’s photos from a variety of campus exhibits, sporting events, and concerts. Featuring photos by Jeff Bernstein, Hannah Cohen, Jennifer Ho, Shaina Mishkin, Maria Uminski, and Samantha Webber.
Hanson and Jarrod Gorbel performed at the Calvin Theatre on Nov. 15. Photography by Hannah Cohen.
Darlingside and Tallahassee’s performance at the Iron Horse on Nov. 12. Photography by Shaina Mishkin
The Morning Benders performed at the Iron Horse last week. Photography by Maria Uminski.
Despite the football team’s loss to the Delaware Blue Hens, it was a day to celebrate at McGuirk Stadium, as the class of 2011 was honored at the seniors’ last game at UMass on 11/13/10.
photography by sami webber and jeff bernstein
The Futurenows and Doug Ratner and The Watchmen play live in Van Meter on November 3rd,2010
Photography by Hannah Cohen
The best pictures of Election Day 2010. Photos by Geoffrey King, Jeff Bernstein and Hannah Cohen.
The Daily Collegian hit up the rallies in D.C., then headed to Philly for Halloween and UMass sports, before returning home on Sunday. Photography by Jeff Bernstein
A slideshow of the clever signs and costumes found in the crowd during the Stewart and Colbert Rally Saturday in Washington D.C.
SVP is UMass Amherst’s own comedy club. They are made up of three comedy teams:
Mission: IMPROVable (think “Whose Line is it Anyway?” with loud music)
Sketch-22 (like “Saturday Night Live” when your favorite cast was on) and
Improv With Attitude (like what’s played on the stages of Second City).
“Two free shows a week, 80 shows a year for free. Start your night right. We promise, you’ll have a great time.”
Photography by Hannah Cohen
Governor Deval Patrick and Congressman John Olver make their last strides towards re-election day in Holyoke on Saturday. Together, they visited the Construction Labor Local 596 and San Juan Bakery. Photography by Lindsey Davis.
Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Jill Stein spoke in the Student Union Ballroom only days from election day.
Students show off their Halloween costumes. Photography by Lynn Tran and Hannah Cohen.
A photo slideshow of Phish’s performance at the Mullins Center this past weekend. Photos by Hannah Cohen.
This week in photos, as selected by the photo staff on October 18. Photography by Marsha Gelin, Hannah Cohen, Lindsey Davis, Geoff King, Ellie Rulon-Miller, Samantha Webber and Masha Babyonyshev.
A slideshow of the Graduate Art Show at Herter Hall. Photos by Lynn Tran.
A photo slideshow of last week’s field hockey matchup against Lock Haven.
A photo slideshow of the memorial held in memory of George Parks, Saturday at the Mullins Center. Photography by Samantha Webber.
Photos from the Homecoming Football Game, Saturday vs. Richmond. Photography by Lindsey Davis, Samantha Webber,and Jeff Bernstein.
This week’s pictures include concerts, Mike’s Maze, Open Mic at Greeno Sub Shop, International Students, Sigur Ros screening and the “Where There’s Smoke” exhibit.
Concerts from the week including Ingrid Michaelson, Guggenheim Grotto, Deerhoof, Xiu Xiu, and Father Murphy.
Photos of the week (Sept. 29 – Oct. 6) highlighting Visual Arts exhibit, Durfee Conservatory, Tom Benedek, October squash and more.
photography by marsha gelin, hannah cohen, maria uminski,and nora Drapalski
Wolfman Conspiracy and Timbre Coup performed at The Bishops Lounge this Friday night and put on a howling good show.
photography by hannah cohen
The best photos from the past week, as selected by the photo staff on Sept. 29, 2010.
Mike Posner performed at UMass along with Wale, Paul Markham, Mac Miller and The White Panda at the Mullins Center on September 25, 2010.
Photography by Jeff Bernstein
A slideshow of the play “Unruly Mujeres,” which opened at The Curtain Theater on Sept. 23
“This Week in Pictures” is a weekly slideshow of feature photos selected by the photo staff.
A photo slideshow of memorials and tributes placed around campus in memory of George N. Parks.
Weren’t at Michigan? Lindsey Davis takes you behind the scenes to capture the atmosphere of Michigan Stadium in this photo slideshow.
Maxwell Sparr was on the sidelines to capture the action between UMass and U. Michigan at Saturday’s football game in Ann Arbor.
A photo slideshow tribute to George N. Parks (1953-2010)
We The Kings opened for Grace Potter and The Nocturnals 9/13/10 at the FAC.
Dennis Spencer, class of 2010, creates a graphic novel about Sam the Minuteman saving the day at UMass Commencement.
A slideshow of photos from UPC’s Spring Concert 2010, hosted by Jason Levasseur, featuring C-Banga and the Bang Boys, Electrolightz, New Found Glory, LMFAO, and headliner Ludacris.
That 1 Guy played his Magic Pipe at the Iron Horse on Friday, March 11, with The Suitcase Junket opening.
A nor’easter hit the North Shore on the night of Feb. 25 into the following morning. The storm pulled trees from the ground, ripped roofs off of houses and businesses, and even started a fire. Many cars were crushed by fallen trees and parts of buildings. Crews are working around the clock to clean up the mess, but a handful of houses are still without electricity.
“Hairspray” came to the Mullins Center on Monday night as part of Broadway in Amherst.
Photos from the Five College Choral Festival at Smith College on Saturday night.
The Pink Floyd Experience came to the Calvin Theater in Northampton on Sunday night.
Former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Phil Lesh hit the Mullins Center with their new band “Furthur”.
Cirque Dreams Illumination performed at the Mullins Center on Sunday night as part of Broadway in Amherst.
Justice for Jason supporters held a candlelight vigil in Northampton on Wednesday to mark the two year anniversary of Jason Vassell’s arrest. After meeting in front of the old Northampton courthouse, protestors marched to Northwestern District Attorney Elizabeth Scheibel’s office.
Harry and the Potters worked their magic on a full house at Mount Holyoke College’s Williston Library Thursday night, in celebration of the Harry Potter’s World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine exhibit, which runs from January 28 – February 26.
RAIN – A Tribute to the Beatles, performed at the Mullins Center on Tuesday night.
UPC hosted “The Welcome Back Concert” in the Fine Arts Center on Friday. Performers featured were Vicci Martinez, B.o.B., and Ryan Leslie.
UPC hosted “UMass’ Best Dance Crew” in the Fine Arts Center on Thursday night. The show featured dance crews from UMass competing for the title of Best Dance Crew, as well as special performances by MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, Kaba Modern.
The fire at the Townehouses in North Amherst left significant amounts of damage.
Pictures and text from yesterday’s free H1N1 clinic in the Campus Center.
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Cirque Mechanics in a Birdhouse Factory came to the Fine Arts Center on Tuesday night for a fun-filled circus made up of former members of Cirque du Soleil, Pickle Family Circus, and the Moscow Circus.
The Augusta Savage Art Gallery features paintings of cultural diversity.
A slideshow of last night’s Jay Z performance at the Mullins Center.
An audio slideshow from last week’s performance and discussion at Hampshire College entitled “The Brass Underground: Music, Public Space, Activism.”
A selection of photographs from the recent Cirque du Soleil performance.