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Early season challenge awaits for UMass hockey in weekend set with Ohio State -

October 18, 2017

UMass Professor Barbara Krauthamer receives award from Association of Black Women Historians -

October 18, 2017

The 2017-18 women’s soccer team differs from others Matz has coached at UMass -

October 18, 2017

Hockey East Notebook: OT Goal caps BC comeback over Providence -

October 18, 2017

I’m a millennial conservative. Will the Republican Party leave me behind? -

October 18, 2017

Low-Income Housing Error at Presidential Apartments -

October 18, 2017

Kelela’s debut ‘Take Me Apart’ is a captivating, deeply personal exposition on heartache. -

October 18, 2017

People’s Market hosts a fundraiser for Puerto Rico -

October 18, 2017

UMass does not meet the needs of its disabled students -

October 18, 2017

Do we really need Summer NSO? -

October 18, 2017

A picture is worth a thousand words, but those words are better off written -

October 18, 2017

Tom Petty: A Retrospective -

October 18, 2017

Panel held to discuss the future of public policy and the Universal Basic Income -

October 17, 2017

Reconsidering Hillary Clinton -

October 17, 2017

Trump’s Twitter has unprecedented influence on society -

October 17, 2017

Author and professor at the University of Oregon discusses the push of a corporate agenda through state governments -

October 17, 2017

Letter: Join the movement against student debt -

October 17, 2017

Northampton City Council votes to oppose local charter school expansion -

October 17, 2017

UMass men’s soccer takes on Rhode Island with top conference spot on the line -

October 17, 2017

Fulton, Smith leading the way for UMass Soccer offensively -

October 17, 2017

After a tragedy is the best time to talk about issues

By the time the tragedy has faded from the public consciousness, so has the will to do anything about it.

Suing Saudi Arabia

Jeffrey Ayers argues against JASTA, stating that it is a legislative mistake that will come back to haunt the American government.

15 years later, remembering September 11

Tess Halpern remembers the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and discusses how the world has changed in the decade and a half since.

UMass graduate student creates 9/11 memorial

Soroush Farzinmoghadam created an installation for his master’s thesis project in memory of the victims of 9/11 and to remind people that it still affects their daily lives

Lessons from the Chilean 9/11

Mike Tudoreanu condemns U.S. complicity in the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile and offers it as a warning against American foreign and economic policy.

Remembering September 11th 2001

UMass Republican Club president Nathan Lamb discusses the state of the nation after 9/11.

Special Issue: A Day of Remembrance

On Sept. 9, 2011, the Daily Collegian put together a special issue for the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

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.

Journalists recall covering Sept. 11

Five members of the 2001 Collegian staff recall the newspaper they produced on September 12, 2001.

Muslims at UMass recount experiences in wake of 9/11

Several Muslim students at UMass recount their experiences in the decade since Sept. 11.

Campus finds ways to remember 9/11

A decade after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 stunned the country, people are once again being brought together to remember the tragedy.

Sept. 11 movies tell stories, keep history alive

A day such as September 11, 2001 shakes a society to its very foundation. From emotional biographical dramas to controversial documentaries, 9/11 has left a profound effect on film in the last 10 years.

‘Rescue Me’ draws to a close after seven seasons

FX’s “Rescue Me” focused on central firefighter Tommy Gavin as he struggled with alcoholism and self destructive tendencies to cope with tragedy of September 11, 2001. The series finale aired on Wednesday.

Lessons of tolerance

Contributor Jarred Rose explores the lessons learned from tragedy.

Returning an American

In the jungles of Vietnam, Collegian columnist Victoria Knobloch discovers her national identity and its historical and contemporary implications.

“Mom, Is Dad alive?”

The son of a New York firefighter, columnist Matt Strong recalls the terrifying question he asked himself on Sept. 11

Recalling 11

Collegian contributor Emily Jacobs remembers Sept 11 through the eyes of a child and reflects on how far we’ve come.

Panel reflecting on Sept. 11 to be held today in Campus Center

A panel composed of members of the University of Massachusetts faculty and members of the media will examine how the American and world landscape has changed since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in a discussion this afternoon.

No flags flown for 9/11 in Amherst

The Board of Selectmen of Amherst decided against flying special commemorative flags in remembrance of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in Amherst. In response, the UMass Democrats and the Republican Club held a memorial service.

Hate and lies in Manhattan

Collegian columnist Eli Gottlieb has heard a lot of disinformation about the Cordoba House project and argues it’s un-American to hate for hate’s sake.