Collegian Editor in Chief Mark Chiarelli closes out his time at UMass by thanking the Collegian for giving him a chance, even when he initially messed it up.
Aviva Luttrell reflects on how her time at the Collegian helped her learn to take risks and step outside of her comfort zone.
“The Hungry Heart” will be shown April 13 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Center Auditorium. A panel discussion with the film’s director will follow.
Masslive.com reported Wednesday that Justin King, Adam Liccardi and Caleb Womack, who are each charged with three counts of aggravated rape, will not be tried until June at the earliest.
Cynthia S. May, 64, of Orleans, has been charged with negligent motor vehicle homicide after her vehicle struck and killed 20-year-old Hannah Frilot on North East Street last July.
Hampshire Superior Court Judge Jeffrey C. Kinder sentenced Bile to eight to 10 years in state prison, followed by five years of probation Wednesday morning. A jury found Bile guilty of two counts of aggravated rape Monday afternoon.
Judge instructs jury to also consider a lesser charge of rape in its deliberations. Bile has been charged with three counts of aggravated rape.
All three ballot questions regarding future increase of student fees passed by a substantial margin.
Humans of UMass Amherst project puts face and stories to a ‘cool’ student body.
Stay with the Daily Collegian for live updates on this year’s “Blarney Blowout.”
The video systems will allow officials to monitor activity in real time and assist in furthering criminal investigations.
The player was identified as the suspect in a fight early Sunday morning which left one male unconscious and requiring surgery. He will not be identified until arrested.
SJP members have reached out to the University for support after finding several posters likening the organization to terrorists and anti-Semites.
UMass student files federal civil rights lawsuit against Amherst police officers after ‘Blarney’ arrest
The student, Thomas Donovan, claims officers falsely arrested and assaulted him during last year’s “Blarney Blowout” for videotaping them on his smartphone.
Last year, police clad in riot gear arrested 55 students and used pepper spray to break up a crowd of nearly 4,000 people gathered at off-campus apartments. This year, officials are working collaboratively to prevent a similar incident from occurring.
The Iranian Graduate Students Association is taking steps to pressure the University to reverse its policy through public outreach, research and collaboration.
The 20-year-old male was hit by a pickup truck traveling eastbound on Route 9 near Old Amherst Road and Two Ponds Road.
The University announced it will no longer accept Iranian citizens into specific programs in the College of Engineering and the College of Natural Sciences to avoid violating U.S. sanctions against Iran.
Police were non-confrontational all night, even talking and joking with students as more than 1,000 people gathered in the Southwest concourse.