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Pipeline in Holyoke stirs up conversation -

January 23, 2018

Lawrence Osborn Fossil Collection showcases fossils from across the globe, spanning vast ages -

January 23, 2018

Retired professor and public figure, Julius Lester, passed away at age 78 -

January 23, 2018

UMass looks to maintain discipline in Tuesday’s tilt at Boston College -

January 23, 2018

UMass men’s and women’s swimming and diving earns second place finishes at Dartmouth Invitational -

January 23, 2018

YouTube’s free speech problem -

January 23, 2018

Resolutions should not wait until the new year -

January 23, 2018

Book review: ‘When Breath Becomes Air’ by Paul Kalanithi -

January 23, 2018

Charli XCX’s latest release, ‘Pop 2,’ is another gorgeous experiment on electro-pop -

January 23, 2018

Rashaan Holloway ruled academically ineligible, will miss rest of season -

January 22, 2018

Minutewomen hold on to defeat VCU, snap losing streak -

January 22, 2018

America’s misguided war on low-income financial assistance -

January 22, 2018

Blue lights aren’t needed on campus anymore -

January 22, 2018

Cupcakke’s ‘Ephorize’ proves it’s time to take her seriously -

January 22, 2018

Netflix series ‘The End of the F***ing World’ packs a punch -

January 22, 2018

UMass hockey falls flat in 5-0 loss to Northeastern -

January 20, 2018

UMass women’s track and field takes first, men fourth at Joe Donahue Games -

January 20, 2018

Sanzo: UMass’ game vs. St. Louis is a sign of what it is without its grit -

January 20, 2018

UMass men’s basketball gets blown out by Saint Louis, 66-47 -

January 20, 2018

UMass hockey shuts down No. 8 Northeastern with 3-0 win -

January 19, 2018

Cyr: Near-impossible task awaits UMass men’s basketball in Atlantic 10 Tournament

In the two years the A-10 has used its current 14-team bracket, no team that has played on the first Wednesday has advanced past the second round of the tournament.

Souza: Midseason grade for UMass hockey is good, not great

Despite the lackluster results so far, the process is working for the Minutemen under coach Greg Carvel.

When UMiss UMass

Gabby Vacarelo discusses how being home for break made her miss living at school

Learning to say hi

Francis Schulze discusses the lessons that Americans should take from Haitian society.

A product of circumstance

Recovering from the death of his best friend showed Zac Bears the importance of circumstance and privilege in every person’s life.

A guide to being your smartest self

Karen Podorefsky shares the best ways to make oneself appear as intelligent as possible during job interviews and situations that call for a positive first impression.

The next journalist under fire

Isaac Simon discusses the recent accusations of false claims by Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly and suggests his fate may be similar to that of Brian Williams.

How the CW’s hottest new show won me over

Johnny McCabe finds himself pleasantly surprised by a CW show that he did not expect to like.

Remembering David Carr and Bob Simon, two respected journalists

Isaac Simon reflects on the lives of journalists David Carr and Bob Simon, who both recently died.

Why I want to be a teacher

Columnist Brianna Zimmerman wants to teach because education adds value to our society, and because teachers can make a big difference in the lives of students.

Police turn backs on New York City

Ian Hagerty discusses what the NYPD slowdown shows us about unnecessary arrests and the corruption in the police department.

Body cameras for cops are a no brainer after Ferguson

Johnny McCabe argues that on-body cameras for police provide an evidence-based solution to cases with contradictory witness testimony and subjectivity.

eSports: A new kind of sport

Julian del Prado articulate why eSports should be considered a sport and reveals its surprising popularity.

T-Swift v. Spotify: The battle over dying album sales

Johnny McCabe criticizes Taylor Swift’s stance against Spotify but concedes there should be a better way to address music streaming and the demise of music industry.

Who cares about Kim Kardashian?

Steven Gillard expresses his dismay at America’s obsession with senseless reality TV shows.

Little change in Massachusetts, Democrats guaranteed 2016 win

While the GOP won a slim majority in the U.S. Senate, there’s little change in Massachusetts and a Republican Congress guarantees Democrats the White House in 2016, says Opinion Editor Zac Bears.

GOP stands to gain from midterm results

GOP stands to gain from midterms, if they don’t blow it up, argues columnist Julian del Prado

Results don’t reflect voter distaste with Congress, failure to compromise

Columnist Isaac Simon analyzes the 2014 midterm election and says that the results don’t reflect voters’ anger with Congress and the inability of Congressional Republicans and Democrats to compromise on policy

18th century Russian foreign policy repeating itself in Ukraine

Eliot Decker compares Putin’s ongoing strategy in Ukraine to strategies implemented during 18th century Russia.

Multiple parties at fault in UMass student’s death

While the community has been quick to place blame, Steven Gillard argues that everyone is at fault and ending the confidential informant program won’t stop Logan’s real killer, heroin.