UMass students marched into Amherst to raise awareness about a pipeline that could bring oil sands to New England.
Chelsie Field and Conor Snell report from the ground of the Southwest concourse, where a crowd of 3,000 students turned unruly following the Red Sox World Series win on Oct. 30, 2013.
On the sixth day of aerial conflict between Israel and Gaza, UMass students gathered to rally in support of Palestine on the steps of the Student Union.
About 500 students gathered in the Southwest Residential Area as President Barack Obama’s re-election was called by media outlets nationwide.
UMass students discuss which candidate they are voting for in the 2012 Presidential Election.
UMass students weigh in on who they favor in the upcoming Massachusetts Senate race between Senator Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren.
A press conference was held at the UMass Police Department on Oct. 22 regarding an alleged rape of a female student in her dorm room on Oct. 13. UMass students also commented on the incident.
The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees’ Committee on Administration and Finance has decided to continue the ongoing construction at UMass and throughout the five-campus system.
Former New England Patriot starting safety and current NFL free agent James Ihedigbo returned to his hometown of Amherst Saturday morning and held football camp for two local high schools.
Students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst plan rally to for Trayvon Martin today.
At the time of the letter’s distribution, Tyler Molander was in the process of moving from Sylvan to Southwest. Collegian producer Katie-Rose De Candia went to the residential areas to uncover student perspective on the treatment of the UMass junior.
Check out this photo slideshow of the student demonstrations in Southwest from last night.
UMass students gathered in Southwest Residential Area after the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots, 21-17, in Super Bowl XLVI.
UPC hosted the super bowl with a large screen and free food for those who attended.
Check out the season finale of the Front & Back. Herb Scribner and Billy Perkins give it their all in this final edition of the epic Collegian podcast.
Protesters from the University of Massachusetts labor studies department and the Occupy UMass movement came out in droves to demonstrate at a recent lecture on capitalism.
So we beat on, but not without going through some changes. Sports Editor Herb Scribner and News Editor William Perkins discuss their respective sections of the newspaper.
Collegian news producer Steffi Porter hits the streets as protesters march against the recently announced University Health Services cuts and healthcare changes.
They might be a day late, but they beat on, like boats against the current.