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Community talks education, immigrants’ rights, climate change with state senators -

March 29, 2017

Q&A: Khalif Nunnally-Rivera, an advocate for access and affordability for underrepresented students -

March 29, 2017

Plant-Based Nutrition club promotes healthier, sustainable diets on campus -

March 29, 2017

Rolling tobacco and high profits for iRollie -

March 29, 2017

UMass softball to kickoff conference schedule on Thursday at Boston University -

March 29, 2017

UMass baseball coach Mike Stone trying not to dwell on 2017 being his final season -

March 29, 2017

Fresh off NCAA Championship appearance, UMass diver Emma Roush looks ahead -

March 29, 2017

Notebook: UMass men’s soccer adds junior college transfer to roster for next season -

March 29, 2017

Newly appointed UMass defensive line coach Dave Wissman has taken interesting road to Amherst -

March 29, 2017

Student Union Craft Center serves as an open space of expression for students -

March 29, 2017

An ode to Amherst’s American Legion -

March 29, 2017

Letter: The Graduate Employee Organization wants to empower those who are marginalized -

March 29, 2017

To counter and balance: A place for conversation in the opinion pages -

March 29, 2017

Activism can change the world -

March 29, 2017

Active Minds strives to start conversation about mental health, end stigma -

March 28, 2017

Native American Student Association plans for powwow after travelling to Native Nations Rise March in Washington D.C. -

March 28, 2017

Black Student Union aims to be a strong voice for the African-American community on UMass’ campus -

March 28, 2017

UMass Students for Reproductive Justice continue fighting for student rights -

March 28, 2017

UMass notebook: Celtics assistant coach Micah Shrewsberry reportedly interviewed for a second time Monday for men’s basketball head coaching vacancy -

March 28, 2017

UMass softball anxiously awaits start of conference play with doubleheader against BU looming Thursday. -

March 28, 2017

‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ is a passable fantasy affair

This unimpressive fantasy will probably go in one ear and out the other.

The film scores that will make schoolwork easier

Stressed or pressed for time with schoolwork? These film scores may make life a little less stressful.

Brilliant online film archives for cinema lovers

A perfect fit for film lovers looking to sail through Hollywood’s late winter doldrums.

Marvel Cinematic Universe shows signs of life in Phase Three

Marvel has scheduled your theater-going for the next five years.

B-horror films: hits and misses of the nightmare genre

Five movies you should’ve seen and 11 you should never have to

Love and loss resonate in ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’

Ned Benson’s directorial debut features a deeply affecting, thoughtfully crafted narrative.

The golden age of Kevin Smith

Following the films and legacy of Kevin Smith and why it matters.

‘Boyhood’ demands to be seen

Richard Linklater’s film “Boyhood” is so much more than a simple film about a boy.

Spirited Irish films to complement a Guinness

Celebrate St. Patty’s Day while staying in and enjoy these seven Irish movies while drinking a beer.

Watch and cringe: Why bad films are important

Collegian columnist Emily Felder discusses why we should keep watching Hollywood’s worst productions.

The 2011 film year-in-review

Collegian columnist Kevin Romani goes over the top five movies of 2011.

Save time for “Date Night”

Tina Fey and Steve Carell, known for their hilarious comedic hi-jinks, don’t disappoint in “Date Night,” the newest Shawn Levy flick. Though not exactly an innovative plot, thanks to the leads, the costars and a ridiculous pole dancing scene, the movie is sure to keep its audience in stitches for nearly the full 88 minutes it graces screens.

Michael Moore’s Newest Love Child

As one of the most commercially successful documentary filmmakers in history, Michael Moore once again finds himself the subject of inquiry following the release of his most recent collection of criticism on America, “Capitalism: A Love Story.”

10 Horror Films From Off the Beaten Path

Every year around Halloween, the same television channels play the same horror movies – “Sleepaway Camp” on TBS, “Hellraiser” on AMC, etc. While one would not wish to deride the positive qualities of these films, it is difficult to deny that a good amount of equally wonderful films tend to fall by the wayside. So, without further ado, I present to you (in no particular order): 10 Horror Films From Off the Beaten Path.