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UMass hockey fails to generate scoring chances in 3-0 loss to Notre Dame Saturday -

December 4, 2016

UMass men’s basketball shooting woes continue as the Minutemen fall 65-62 to UCF -

December 3, 2016

Despite poor shooting performance, UMass men’s basketball shows improvement on defensive end -

December 3, 2016

Notebook: Ty Flowers shines in UMass men’s basketball’s loss to UCF Saturday -

December 3, 2016

Ray Pigozzi shines in first game back for the UMass hockey team since November 4 -

December 2, 2016

UMass starts hot, finishes strong in upset win over No. 12 Notre Dame -

December 2, 2016

SGA vice president will resign at the end of the semester -

December 2, 2016

Raise the Flag protestors praise -

December 2, 2016

Dining and Housekeeping employees at Smith College seek new contract -

December 1, 2016

In response to election, immigration lawyer briefs students on potential changes -

December 1, 2016

Avinoam Patt discusses the role of displaced Jews in the creation of Israel -

December 1, 2016

UMass women’s basketball falls to Hartford, snaps three-game winning streak -

December 1, 2016

Brison Gresham makes long awaited debut for UMass men’s basketball -

December 1, 2016

UMass hockey hosts No. 12 Notre Dame in Hockey East doubleheader -

December 1, 2016

UMass men’s basketball picks up fourth straight win as it tops Wagner Wednesday night at Mullins Center -

December 1, 2016

UMass hockey gets chance to bond during trip to Belfast -

December 1, 2016

The true backbone of America -

December 1, 2016

Letter: Craig’s Place to fight against fatal budget cuts -

December 1, 2016

Enduring the 2016 Tower Run at Du Bois Library -

December 1, 2016

C.J. Anderson, Malik Hines each have career nights in UMass men’s basketball’s win over Wagner -

November 30, 2016

UMass students react to new specs following release of Apple’s iPhone 7

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Like much of the general public, many students were not pleased with the removal of the headphone jack in Apple’s newest product.

Cybersecurity issues and the election

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Both candidates’ views on cybersecurity conflict with those of most Americans

The FBI’s contradictions make case null

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Among the many technological achievements by Apple, the company’s security and encryption software ranks near the top. Each new version of the iPhone features strong encryption, allowing users to have their information secure from potential hackers. The FBI, in order to continue its investigation of the San Bernardino terrorist attacks, wants Apple to create new software to counteract the intense security and unlock the iPhone of one of the terrorists. Although the software could potentially help the FBI track down whom the killer was in contact with, therefore helping to combat terrorism, it remains evident that creation of the software…

‘Steve Jobs’ a flawed, well-acted indictment of Apple co-founder

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Despite a great cast and the aesthetic merits of Danny Boyle’s direction, the biographical drama suffers from Aaron Sorkin’s unmemorable script.

Are emojis a detriment or an enhancement to communication?

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Apple increased its emoji total to more than 800 after 184 characters were newly released by Apple in its iOS 9.1 update.

Switching from Android to iPhone

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Johnny McCabe outlines the multiple factors he took into account when replacing his Android smartphone with the new iPhone 6s.

Android fails to keep up with Apple

Johnny McCabe discusses the problems associated with Google’s mobile operating system, Android, and why it is failing to compete with iOS.

Garnett: New emoji may have missed the mark on equality

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The newest update from Apple is a failed attempt at racial inclusion.

Duolingo makes learning a language easier

The language app Duolingo feels more like a game as opposed to a classroom.

Apple, Google and the looming war over data security: Whatever happens, we win

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Johnny McCabe examines the developing rivalry between Apple and Google over user privacy, and concludes that greater security in future products will be beneficial for the consumers.

Apple unveils new smartwatch and larger iPhone 6

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Timothy D. Cook, head of Apple, reveals the highly anticipated iPhone 6 and Apple Watch.

Apple-style capitalism not an economic panacea

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To many, Apple is the quintessential American corporation, a modern GM or GE. But Apple only employs 43,000 U.S. workers and exploits lax labor regulations to maximize offshore profits. Zac Bears argues that Apple-style business practices will not solve structural issues with the U.S. economy.

iOS 7 debuts with a whole new look

Stephen Margelony-Lajoie reviews the pros and cons of Apple’s latest mobile iOS

Apple appeals to elitist consumers

Johnny McCabe outlines the details of Apple’s newest generation of iPhones and how the company has stalled in its initial role as technology innovator.

No more hero worship

Collegian columnist Mike Tudoreanu examines the process of modern innovation and argues against the idolization of single inventors.

Think differently, live fully

In the wake of Steve Jobs’ death, guest columnist and President of the New England Objectivist Society Nathan Fatal laments the loss of one of America’s greatest innovators.

Photo Booth lets partiers save face

If you’re an avid partygoer, you’ve probably been tagged in your fair share of embarrassing photos. Fortunately for you, there is a solution: the do-it-yourself party photo booth.