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Domestic violence and experience of Muslim women lecture kicks off seminar series -

September 20, 2017

Students demand bathroom accountability -

September 20, 2017

Small trashcan fire broke out in Kennedy Hall -

September 20, 2017

Immigration policy discussed in public teach-in -

September 20, 2017

Massachusetts men’s soccer ties Central Connecticut State in double overtime -

September 20, 2017

Atlantic 10 Women’s Soccer Notebook: Saint Louis Billikens off to hottest start among A-10 teams -

September 20, 2017

Health care, DACA headline congressional town hall in Northampton -

September 20, 2017

UMass field hockey looks to continue winning streak against St. Francis and Lock Haven -

September 20, 2017

Kuerzi battles through shin splints for UMass field hockey -

September 20, 2017

Palmer, Britt starting to materialize as playmakers on UMass football’s receiving corps -

September 20, 2017

Bring the Constitution back to campus -

September 20, 2017

Why All College Students Should Still Handwrite Their Notes -

September 20, 2017

Loads of Frustration -

September 20, 2017

Fitbits, Apple watches and other devices all have the same objective -

September 20, 2017

How the runway influences the real world -

September 20, 2017

Palestinian women talk about their lives as refugees -

September 20, 2017

Accidental death occurs near campus -

September 19, 2017

Political discourse heats up at Amherst College -

September 19, 2017

Author Thomas Suarez leads talk on Israel-Palestine conflict -

September 19, 2017

Q&A with DKMS ambassador -

September 19, 2017

This is what democracy looks like

Tess Halpern recounts her experience at the New York Women’s March, and explains why these protests are so important.

Five horror movies not traditionally recognized as horror

They may not be filled with the kind of scares you expect, yet these films should petrify you all the same.

Fall 2016 movie season has something for everyone

Audiences can look forward to journeys to other worlds, high-stakes action and compelling dramas in these next few months at the movies.

‘Swiss Army Man’ is about a farting corpse, and it’s superb

Equal parts funny and sad, this film has a message that all should appreciate.

Stephanie Meyers goes shallow on gender in “Life and Death”

Aly Nichols discusses failure of “Life and Death” to realistically portray gender roles.

Meyers goes shallow on gender in “Life and Death”

Aly Nichols discusses failure of “Life and Death” to realistically portray gender roles.

Quidditch Club up and flying this fall

After making it to the World Cup last season, the UMass Quidditch Club hopes to make a return trip

Because Hogwarts Didn’t Accept FAFSA

Despite being dislocated from their home turf near the campus center, UMass Quidditch team members remain upbeat about their quirky sport.

Rowling lives on with new book, website launch

“Harry Potter” series author J.K. Rowling may be finished with the fantasy favorite, but she’s still got a few tricks up her sleeve.

How the ‘Harry Potter,’ ‘Twilight’ and ‘Hunger Games’ franchises cradled my generation

Each of these best-selling book series’ ironically relate to each of the stages in our lives, thus their appeal and popularity.

Psychology of “Harry Potter”

Columnist Stephanie Ambroise expounds upon J.K. Rowling’s use of the risk versus resilience factor in her “Harry Potter” novels.

UMass team plays in the fifth Quidditch World Cup

The UM Quidditch team traveled to New York City this past weekend to play in the World Cup.

Melodramatic Muggles

Collegian columnist Merav Kaufman finds the emotional uprising over the last Harry Potter film to be overrated.

Harry Potter and the existential crisis

Collegian columnist Emily Felder reflects on the significant impact the Harry Potter series has had on upon her life and what the end means for an entire generation.

Deathly Hallows, Lively Brain Function

Emily Felder thinks that our love for Harry Potter is very easily explained by psychology.

Few bright spots in blockbuster filled summer

Collegian staff writer Kevin Romani reviews the summer in movies, selecting his top 5 films from a season of otherwise lackluster productions

A bird’s-‘Eye’-view of London

Margaret captures London from ‘the Eye’ while searching for familiar landmarks from the Harry Potter series.

Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Holub

Three weeks ago Student Government Association president Brandon Tower said in a video interview that Chancellor Holub was like Professor Dumbledore. Here he explains why.

Harry Potter brings characters to Cinemark

Kate Evans talks costumes and characters with fans at the premiere of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” last Friday at Cinemark in Hadley.

‘Deathly Hallows’ makes box office magic

The latest in the Harry Potter series, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” premiered this past Friday. The film features the usual characters with some more mature themes and darker undertones.