The restaurant and bar in downtown Amherst provides two distinct atmospheres in which to enjoy its wide selection of food and drinks.
Find out who will prevail in your own two-party system.
Chad Stoughton gives an overview of the history and flavors of lagers, ales and more.
The problem with the crusade against drunk driving.
Benjamin Clabault discusses the history of why certain laws aren’t followed, particularly the drinking age limit.
If you’re going out to local bars on the weekends, getting home is no longer a problem.
Last night in the Campus Center, a three-hour long conference was held to teach students about the roles bystanders play in drinking, the potential consequences of drinking and how the “Zoomass” label has affected the University.
Collegian columnist Isaac Himmelman can’t wait for college to have been the pinnacle of his life.
Collegian columnist Kimberly Ovitz encourages students to consider dangerous drinking habits before they become normalized.
Collegian columnist Mark McDonough would like to complain about the music at the bars in Amherst, but you probably can’t hear him over “Born This Way” blaring from the speakers.
Collegian readers respond to articles, columns and news from the previous week.
A recent University of Washington study has uncovered evidence that students develop heavier drinking habits while studying abroad. The study also suggests that these newfound habits may be hard to shake off back home.
It’s Friday night. The bars are packed and you’re not in the mood to wait outside for your turn to get in and get your drink on. Fear not. Collegian writers Leslie Rosenfield and Kate Evans have compiled a comprehensive list of 10 east-to-make shots using minimal ingredients.
Scotch is defined as any whisky made in Scotland. By law, it must be made from barley, distilled in Scotland, contain less than 94.8 percent alcohol, aged in oak barrels in Scotland for a minimum of three years and bottled at no less than 40 percent alcohol by volume.
Nick O’Malley sets the scene at a Super Bowl party in Ireland: lots of fans, lots of excitement, lots of beer but little football knowledge. Luckily, only the first three mattered.