Proponents hope to reduce waste at the University.
Students celebrate Halloween at UMass with costumes and lobster, a tradition with a disputed history.
Guest speakers brought in to teach chefs credited for jump in ranking.
Former Web Managing Editor Kristin LaFratta discusses how she made her match with the Daily Collegian.
The space, located in the basement of the Student Union, closed permanently in 2014 as a result of the completed Blue Wall renovations.
The third annual event, which was held this weekend at UMass, encouraged participants to create new opportunities and means to work on projects.
Rose Gottlieb and Marleigh Felsenstein take to the new Blue Wall eatery in the UMass Campus Center to find out how students feel about the updated eating space.
The newly renovated café, which features a variety of new stations, is set to open the first day of classes.
With the temporary closing of Blue Wall and permanent closing of Burgers 101 comes a variety of opinions from students on The Hatch eatery, where many now eat instead.
Student Government Association met Monday to listen and discuss a presentation on Blue Wall renovations among other measures
The campus eatery will hold its second annual holiday buffet for students who aren’t able to make it home for break.
Senators discussed Lobby Day and Bluewall Renovations at a brief meeting Monday night
The Blue Wall will be closed next semester as it undergoes construction.
To the Editor: It was fun to read Allie Connell’s article “Cocktails likely to cause a stir” in the Jan. 23 edition of the Collegian. Although this probably would not fit the theme of the article, she did leave out historically one of the most famous drinks at UMass during the heydays of the Bluewall during the ’70s – the legendary “Powerhouse.” For those inclined to discover the contents of this potent drink, one should ask their parents or older relatives or search through the archives. Back in the day it cost only $1. Tom Wisnauckas ’76
UMass’s Blue Wall is transforming one of it’s usual stations into a Thanksgiving dinner buffet so students who could not make it home for the holidays still get to enjoy the traditional dinner.
As students returned to school this past week, they were welcomed with a newly-renovated Campus Center Concourse.
Last week I strolled into Blue Wall hoping I would find the perfect meal to satisfy my mid-day hunger. To my delight, I was able to find this in the form of a very attractive slice of Buffalo chicken pizza. Somehow, in the midst of my admiring the slice, the sign above the glass caught my eye. “Any Two Slices and Fountain Drink – YCMP.” “Two slices!” I thought, “I’ll take it.” So, like a fool, I grabbed a second slice and went to use my $8.75 YCMP swipe. The Buffalo Chicken was great; I have no complaints about that….
The Campus Center’s Graduate Lounge is serving up wine, beer and local talent to students, professors, and community members alike.