Adam Aucoin reflects on his time writing for the Massachusetts Daily Collegian.
Assistant Sports Editor and OpEd Senior Producer Nicholas Souza reflects on his time at the Daily Collegian.
The band will not perform their upcoming shows due to an injury.
Amherst Police Chief believed the day went smoother than a normal weekend at UMass.
Incumbent ticket Vitale/Wallace given 24-hour suspension while other tickets receive warnings.
The workshop was held in the Cape Cod Lounge on Thursday.
“It’s about an uncertain future that can’t be ignored.”
The meeting was previously scheduled in June but was delayed by the Board on June 8 so the vote could be taken after the Massachusetts state budget was finalized.
Motorist who struck and killed UMass student Hannah Frilot given four years of supervised probation on plea deal
Cynthia May, an Orleans resident, pled guilty to negligent operation of a motor vehicle.
The Daily Collegian editorial board writes that the UMass community has a responsibility to better address the issue of discrimination on campus, and the University must pledge more resources toward educating our student body.
The U.S. would be better off if engagement in politics was encouraged, says Jacob Johnson.
The debate, which will be moderated by Daily Collegian staff, will take place starting at 7 p.m. in the Cape Cod Lounge of the Student Union.
University of Massachusetts alumnus Larry Carpman spoke to a group of students and faculty Monday about the “very thin” line between journalism and public relations.
Other experts say Gerald Friedman, who predicted that Sanders’ economic plan would create considerable growth, has made ‘extreme’ claims.
Morgan Hughes recommends new indie rock and pop artists to listen to based on names that may already be familiar.
Patrick Hoff says goodbye to the Daily Collegian, his home, in his senior column
In the wake of the shooting at Umpqua Community College on Oct. 1, the Collegian discusses how it would handle such coverage.
Alex Frail and Jack Nichols recap two episodes of The Walking Dead in in the Daily Collegian Arts weekly podcast.
Focus on transparency and reform has disappeared from the Elections Commission’s actions, endangering the spring election, writes Opinion Editor Zac Bears.