The Minutemen are littered with uncertainties across the roster with new coach Greg Carvel.
Forward Jonny Lazarus and defensemen Shane Bear are making immediate impacts early in their college careers for UMass.
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.
If you’re intimidated by the Campus Recreation Center, these words of advice may motivate you to go.
The Daily Collegian offers advice to incoming freshmen on navigating the University.
Steven Gillard offers suggestions for how students new to UMass can have a successful and fun campus life.
This year’s men’s lacrosse freshmen class has exceeded expectations for the Minutemen
Laura Diamond went around campus to ask UMass freshmen how they are adjusting to their first-ever college semester.
The UMass women’s basketball team is turning to its younger players for increased production after losing 12 of its last 13 games.
A number of freshmen are making contributions for the UMass football team this season.
University of Minnesota researchers are questioning whether SAT scores will represent a student’s academic ability in college.
Collegian blogger Taylor Gilmore describes the intimidation and excitement of transferring to a much larger school.
The Massachusetts men’s soccer team is continuing to build off it’s experiences from last year to improve a young roster.
Assistant Blog Editor Molly Keegan shares her advice for a smooth transition into Freshman year.
Senior Producer Rachel Tumin gets the scoop on the in’s and out’s of student move-in day this semester.
Due to a high demand for housing, UMass was forced to create 200 economy triples and deny housing to some transfer students.
Continuing trend, this year’s incoming freshman are among the largest and top-ranking in school history.
A recent survey has shown that first-year college students are confident and ambitious, with a high drive to succeed.
New research conducted at UCLA has indicated college freshmen are experiencing their highest stress levels in 25 years.
A poor start to the season is behind UMass now, which has won its previous two games against Vermont and Quinnipiac, 4-1 and 5-2, respectively. With three players receiving Hockey East honors last week and freshmen producing, the Minutemen are scoring more frequently and are playing their best hockey of the season.