WATCH: Our #StudentActivism special is coming out this week. Take a look at some Collegian videos and photos from previous actions that have happened on our campus this year.
Bradley Polumbo speaks to his peers about life post-college and keeping their minds open.
Reginald Dwayne Betts spoke in the Cape Cod Lounge about his experiences and “the failures of the American justice system.”
Fearing Street Festival will be held at the restaurant on Sunday.
Minutewomen host the Cardinals Friday before heading to Boston to face the No. 9 Eagles, writes @Tyler_Fiedler.
Kathleen Brown-Pérez calls the oppression of American Indians “assimilation on a grand scale.”
Jeffrey Ayers shares what he as a college student has learned about sleep.
Chad Stoughton gives an overview of the history and flavors of lagers, ales and more.
Photos from Welcome Week 2016 including BBQ, UFest, move-in, UMass Night Out, New2U Tag Sale and poster sale from September 2nd to September 9th. Photos by Katherine Mayo, Judith Gibson-Okunieff, Sam Anderson, Jessica Picard and Erica Lowenkron.
The College aims to slash carbon emissions, and its electricity bill, with new solar energy system.
Jasmyn Guzzetti questions the rigid structure of major requirements and class choice.
Amherst residents spoke on who they cast their ballot for on primary day.
Speakers from nine campus groups spoke before an audience of roughly 250 students, as a part of a national day of action involving over 100 colleges across the country Thursday.
Becky Wandel argues that students should put themselves before school in order to be both mentally and physically healthy.
Understanding the importance of cultural appropriation, its harmful effects and ways to avoid committing it.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden launched a campaign Friday to prevent sexual violence on college campuses across the country.
Folk duo from the Commonwealth Honors College create music from the stairwells.
Massachusetts men’s basketball player Derrick Gordon came out as the first openly gay Division I men’s basketball player.
Katie McKenna nostalgically recounts her past four years at UMass but understands the importance of embracing change.