Scrolling Headlines:

Brett Anton stands tall against UMass men’s lacrosse, Minutemen stumble into playoffs -

Friday, April 24, 2015

UMass women’s lacrosse cruises toward regular season A-10 championship with win over Richmond -

Friday, April 24, 2015

UMass softball hits the road for big test at Dayton -

Friday, April 24, 2015

Long-time campus radio host banned from WMUA, status of station adviser unclear -

Friday, April 24, 2015

Celebrating 125 years at the Daily Collegian -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

SGA expresses support for Survivor’s Bill of Rights -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

UMass blanked by Boston College in Beanpot Championship -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Second annual yogathon stresses Earth Day ideals to individuals -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Minutemen look to clinch postseason berth Friday night -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

‘Veep’ returns to HBO in top form -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Letter: UMass should not require parking permits after 5 p.m. next year -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

With Atlantic 10s looming, UMass hosts its Pre-Conference meet -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

What the Collegian means to us… -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Fox’s new 10-part mystery show looks promising -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

UMass takes a leap into the world of big data -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

UMass men’s lacrosse seeks redemption for last year’s Delaware loss -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Friday’s Stand Against Racism events aim to ‘create positive change’ -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Benevolent sexism: a devil in disguise -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

UMass women’s lacrosse looks to end the season perfectly in conference play -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

‘Community’ is learning to adapt in season six -

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Letter: UMass should not require parking permits after 5 p.m. next year

(Robert Rigo/Daily Collegian)

Many of the University’s undergraduate and graduate student organizations oppose the administration’s decision to charge for parking after 5 p.m. in all campus lots.

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Benevolent sexism: a devil in disguise

(Lotus Carroll/Flickr)

Brianna Zimmerman discusses a form of sexism we may not even be aware of, yet occurs on a daily basis.

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Comcast-Time Warner merger meets opposition from Justice Department

(gadgetreview.com)

Johnny McCabe writes that Comcast’s chance of attaining monopolistic dominance over the American telecommunications industry is looking slimmer than ever.

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After dark: An introspective Afrosociopolitical narrative

Josh Odam speaking at the Rally Against Racism in October of last year. (Alec Zabrecky/Daily Collegian)

Josh Odam revisits his experiences confronting and fighting racism this past tumultuous year.

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Hillary Clinton is representing an ‘exhausted volcano’

(Chuck Kennedy/MCT)

Nicholas Pappas reviews the competition for the upcoming presidential election and says Hillary Clinton is no match for the Republican candidates.

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Letter: Appalled at local police’s poor training on domestic violence

(Alex Lindsay/Daily Collegian)

An incident on the Haigis Mall this April has one UMass student questioning local police ability to handle potential cases of domestic violence.

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Do we need the Apple Watch?

(Apple)

Ian Hagerty asks whether we need another device to interrupt our lives with the upcoming introduction of the Apple Watch.

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Letter: Great read on study spaces

Senior Evan Dunn learned some new places to study around town from a recent Collegian article.

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Open textbooks are the answer for students looking to spend less

With textbook prices only rising, Chance Viles advocates for open source textbooks.(wohnai/Flickr)

Chance Viles advocates for the use of open textbooks in order to reduce student spending on overpriced textbooks.

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Letter: UMass professes to care about image yet continues to allow increasing debt

(Collegian File Photo)

Haley Potter writes that UMass should hold its own actions to the same scrutiny it holds its students in regarding to the value of a UMass education.

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Deciphering what exactly the TPP entails

(kengo/Flickr)

Anna Hankins describes the far-reaching consequences of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement and explains why we need to take action against it.

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Justice must be found in Walter Scott case

(Cade Belisle/Daily Collegian)

Isaac Simon analyzes the shooting of Walter Scott and calls for action against continuing racial injustices involving police officers.

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The challenge of breaking the sugar habit

(Uwe Hermann/Flickr)

Karen Podorefsky gave up sugar for 21 days after reading an article about the health benefits that come with kicking the habit and she shares her experience with the challenge.

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You need to try EFT right now

(Rod Sherwin/tap4health.com)

Kate Leddy explains a healing method called Emotional Freedom Tapping and how her experience has affected her.

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Deal with Iran is a bad one

Nicholas Pappas explains why the deal with Iran over nuclear weapons is a dangerous one with disconcerting historic parallels

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The stigma of mental illness in schools

(Jacek Cieplinski)

Mental health problems are often invisible sicknesses and students suffer as a result.

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My senator has been indicted. The schmuck.

(Latino Leaders Network/Flickr)

While Senator Menendez is busy fighting the charges, NJ will suffer.

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Memories at McCoy Stadium: Magic of McCoy won’t be the same after relocation

Boston Red Sox's team members celebrate Hanley Ramirez's grand slam homer off Philadelphia Phillies on April 6, 2015.  (Steven M. Falk/Philadelphia Daily News/TNS)

Steven Gillard fondly recalls childhood memories of the times he had at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

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Cutting Trevor Noah some slack: forgiveness in the age of Twitter

Johnny McCabe criticizes the public response to Trevor Noah’s past tweets and argues that instead, a more appropriate response would be to forgive him.

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Wasting time with the Snapchat syndrome

(Adamprzezdziek/Flickr)

Isaac Simon analyzes the Snapchat craze and the effects of so many people sending brief photos to one another each day.

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