April 24, 2014

Scrolling Headlines:

Bowl Weekend set to be ‘very successful’ -

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Win-and-in situation looms for UMass men’s lacrosse against Delaware -

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Brewed of the Gods – Dogfish Head Theobroma -

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Never again, never forget: Remembering the Armenian genocide -

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No. 11 UMass women’s lacrosse prepares for final two regular season games -

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Food of the World: Vietnam -

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Indie duo The Both to perform at Pearl Street -

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USDA grants awarded to UMass faculty -

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UMass baseball team heads to Bronx for three-game set vs. Fordham -

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Workout on the Quad comes to UMass -

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Time to reconsider ‘war on terror’ -

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UMass men’s lacrosse has received solid play from freshmen all year -

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Renowned rabbi discusses the role of religion in American policy -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

UMass baseball haunted by missed opportunities in 8-5 loss -

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‘Transcendence’ a fumbling cautionary tale -

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Freedom of speech for campus employees -

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‘Veep’ continues to be one of the smartest comedies around -

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‘Noah’ a sinking ship -

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Letter: A response to ‘There is nothing to debate about global warming’ -

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Push for punishment equality -

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Past UMass senior honored Friday night

Shannon Broderick/Daily Collegian

Vigil celebrates Meghan Beebe’s legacy

Mental illness awareness group to host panel

Collegian File Photo

The group Active Minds is hosting a panel on eating disorders tonight in the Campus Center.

Longmeadow man charged with aggravated rape

After a September assault outside of the Campus Center, Patrick Durocher faces charges of attacking a female UMass student

The least you can do: an open letter to a student I saw in the Campus Center

Kevin Hollerbach urges the UMass community to make small, but environmentally conscious decisions in day-to-day life.

Christians preach outside Campus Center

Scott Smith, a Presbyterian evangelist, and four other apologists came to UMass to talk with students about their beliefs

Fifteenth annual Freedom Seder unites campus cultural groups

The 15th annual “Freedom Seder” was hosted this year on the eleventh floor of the Campus Center to unite UMass cultural groups

BDIC alumni to attend upcoming networking event

The Third Annual BDIC Alumni Networking Event is being held this Sunday from 1 to 3:30 p.m. at the Campus Center.

Career Blast connects employers with students

Students and employers alike showed up to the fourth annual Career Blast career fair with the intent of filling open job and internship positions.

Student Activity Expo a success for RSOs

Club leaders vied for the attention for potential members at the Student Activity Expo yesterday.

Black Student Union hosts poetry jam

Under dimmed lights, and with light jazz in the background, students came together Friday night in the Campus Center Auditorium for a Black Student Union sponsored evening of poetry. Featuring professional poet Kai Davis and student poets, issues of love, race, gender, and death were explored. The night began at 8 p.m. with student poets from UMass, other members of the Five Colleges and guests from colleges as far as Bridgewater State University. Light music was provided by band “Chocolate Milk,” whose sets ran underneath and between poetry performances. Later, the band was provided with some of its own time…

The Cons of the Constant Construction

Assistant Op/Ed editor Josh Steinberg questions whether it is necessary for the campus to have nine simultaneous construction sites running and the impact it has on the campus.

Student Farm Enterprise Farmers’ Market open through Nov. 18

Tables full of fresh, organic vegetables, fruits and herbs can be found in the University of Massachusetts Campus Center every Friday thanks to the Student Farm Enterprise Farmers’ Market.

Campus Center Concourse receives facelift

As students returned to school this past week, they were welcomed with a newly-renovated Campus Center Concourse.

‘Body Politics’ expressed color through dance, storytelling and improv.

The Women of Color Leadership Network at UMass hosted its 9th annual “Body Politics” performance in the Campus Center last week.

I’m not in love with the modern world

Collegian columnist Hannah Sparks confronts us with the ugly truth about utilitarianism and how it very well could be destroying artistic beauty as we know it.

Student-run farmers’ market blossoms in Campus Center

UMass student farming programs gathered together in Campus Center on Friday to promote sustainable living through a miniature farmers market.

Ben Stein comes to Campus Center

The well-know actor, economist, lawyer, etc. will speak at an event put on by the UMass Republican Club Wednesday.

Campus Center doesn’t feel the same

Eli Gottlieb discusses how the Campus Center has lost its flare. Sure, he didn’t really want any jewelry or fake African sculptures, but they bespoke a campus full of life and diversity.

Worth the trouble? Survey finds college alums satisfied

A recent survey found college alumni from a variety of schools are happy with their college experience and believe their degree was worth the effort.

On the way out: Campus Center vendors vent as UMass changes policy

After more than three decades of vendors selling their goods – including jewelry, hats, clothing and countless other handcrafted items – the practice of open-table vending in the Campus Center is coming to a close at the end of the semester.

Peace activist left table–less

Activist Dade Singapuri has been stripped of her table in the Campus Center concourse by an oft unenforced rule in order to allow space for more RSO tables.

SGA elections continue into Thursday

The SGA elections will be held until Thursday and will also touch upon several referendums that will reform the SGA constitution and regulations.

How to kill an addiction (It worked for me)

Shane Cronin talks to those of us who have a coffee addiction. This is an actual way to kill the money-hungry habit.