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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

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

Do activity trackers actually track your activity?

Sugar you don’t know you’re eating

Some ‘healthy’ foods are hiding sugar you don’t know about.

Caffeine and college, a healthy relationship?

Is caffeine use helping or hurting your academic performance in college?

Cheating the system: how shorter workouts may be most effective

A short, intense workout may be the equivalent to a long workout.

Don’t let winter stop you from running outside

The cold winter weather does not have to be the end of running outdoors.

Panel held Monday night discusses ways racism and expectations regarding masculinity affect men of color

Twenty-five people gathered in the Latin American Cultural Center to talk about issues men of color face in dealing with their masculinity.

Helpful mental health resources for incoming students

From the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health to your Resident Assistant, all freshmen should know where to seek help.

Changing the football culture: What we can learn from Antwaan Randle El

Michael Agnello argues that Antwaan Randle El’s recent revelations show parents should begin to discourage youth football.

Food scientist proposes way to improve health via breast milk

University of Massachusetts food scientist David Sela’s research finds properties of breast milk could be used to improve human health.

A comprehensive guide to the Ebola virus

A look at what the Ebola virus is, what the symptoms are and what is being done to keep UMass healthy.

Winter weather withers your health

Karen Podorefsky outlines the various detrimental effects of winter weather.

Getting to the Gym

After years of failing to keep her New Year’s resolution to go the gym, Collegian correspondent Alexandra Graziano has found her secret to success: exercise classes.

Ideas list: Working out in your dorm room instead of the gym

This 40-minute work out will get your heart pumping without having to walk to the gym.

Tips on How to Improve Your Sleep

If you found yourself counting sheep at 3 a.m. instead of sleeping, try these tips to help you fall asleep faster.

Study released on the study of sleep

A recent study by researchers at Princeton University revealed that your mother’s words were right: If you don’t get enough sleep, you’re going to get sick.

Think before you sip

What would you do if a harmful chemical was all around you, a chemical scientists have linked to breast cancer, diabetes and reproductive issues? According to many researchers, chemical presense is the norm in the United States, thanks to the nation’s dependence on plastics.