An inside look at the 17th annual Taste of UMass, featuring a video interview with UMass Dining director Ken Toong.
The 17th annual “Taste of UMass” was held in the Mullins Center yesterday, hosted by UMass Dining Services.
On Tuesday, April 27, the UMass Student Union Ballroom hosted Herbfest 2011, where the culinary and medical use of herbs was promoted.
Graffiti artists are leaving their mark on the UMass campus, despite risk of punishment from authorities.
A video of Sunday’s UMass Concert Band’s performance in memory of George N. Parks. The Collegian also has a full news recap, photo slideshow and performance list of the show.
Last week, there was a bone marrow drive held outside the dining commons at UMass.
Ivy Award-winning visiting chefs visited UMass on Tuesday, April 5.
Members of the University of Massachusetts community gathered Tuesday, April 5, to demonstrate their support for public sector workers.
New support and therapy groups are being offered this semester by the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health, a division of the University Health Services.
An opening ceremony was held last Monday afternoon for the Institute for Holocaust, Genocide and Memory Studies, located on 758 North Pleasant St. in Amherst.
Emily Felder has video coverage of student fundraising for Japan tsunami relief outside of the Student Union.
Video interviews with the three SGA president/trustee tickets for the Spring 2011 elections.
A video from last week’s rally in solidarity with public sector workers in Wisconsin.
On Wednesday, March 2, members of the University of Massachusetts community, marched in solidarity with public workers in Wisconsin. Photographer Hannah Cohen captured the action.
Hillside Salon art event featuring Nancy Winship Milliken, Michael Zide, Randall Diehl and Nancy Hill on Feb. 15,2011.
A photo slideshow of a Hadley farm and lecture on livestock.
Alumna Natasha Trethewey, Pulitzer Prize winner, shared her insights and poetry to a UMass crowd on Wed. Feb. 9.
Video from Saturday’s march in solidarity with the Egyptian people.
Students and local residents gathered in Amherst Saturday to show their support for Egyptian protesters.