Scrolling Headlines:

UMass basketball lands transfer Kieran Hayward from LSU -

May 18, 2017

UMass basketball’s Donte Clark transferring to Coastal Carolina -

May 17, 2017

Report: Keon Clergeot transfers to UMass basketball program -

May 15, 2017

Despite title-game loss, Meg Colleran’s brilliance in circle was an incredible feat -

May 14, 2017

UMass softball loses in heartbreaker in A-10 title game -

May 14, 2017

Navy sinks UMass women’s lacrosse 23-11 in NCAA tournament second round, ending Minutewomen’s season -

May 14, 2017

UMass softball advances to A-10 Championship game -

May 13, 2017

UMass basketball adds Rutgers transfer Jonathan Laurent -

May 13, 2017

UMass women’s lacrosse gets revenge on Colorado, beat Buffs 13-7 in NCAA Tournament First Round -

May 13, 2017

Meg Colleran dominates as UMass softball tops Saint Joseph’s, advances in A-10 tournament -

May 12, 2017

Rain keeps UMass softball from opening tournament play; Minutewomen earn A-10 honors -

May 11, 2017

Former UMass football wide receiver Tajae Sharpe accused of assault in lawsuit -

May 10, 2017

Justice Gorsuch can save the UMass GEO -

May 10, 2017

Minutemen third, Minutewomen finish fifth in Atlantic 10 Championships for UMass track and field -

May 8, 2017

UMass women’s lacrosse wins A-10 title for ninth straight season -

May 8, 2017

Dayton takes two from UMass softball in weekend series -

May 8, 2017

Towson stonewalls UMass men’s lacrosse in CAA Championship; Minutemen season ends after 9-4 loss -

May 6, 2017

Zach Coleman to join former coach Derek Kellogg at LIU Brooklyn -

May 5, 2017

UMass men’s lacrosse advances to CAA finals courtesy of Dan Muller’s heroics -

May 4, 2017

On campus: The liberal assault on free speech -

May 4, 2017

Letter to the Editor: Trump’s lobbying ban won’t be enough

Many lobbyists take advantage of loopholes.

Letter: Craig’s Place to fight against fatal budget cuts

To the Editor, Craig’s Place Emergency Shelter sits right on the edge of the University of Massachusetts campus, in the basement of the First Baptist Church. Standing on the front steps of the church, you can see the Southwest Residential Area towers against the horizon, and the Fine Arts Center and W.E.B. Du Bois Library poking through the trees to your right. From 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., the church is filled with Bible study classes, youth groups and community meetings. At 9 p.m., the basement of the church transforms into a homeless shelter. The kitchen staff cooks dinner, while…

Letter to the Editor: Vote Yes on Question 5

Approval of Question 5 would improve Amherst public schools.

Letter: Question 2 about giving 33K kids a choice in education

Marc Kenen, Executive Director of Massachusetts Charter Public School Association, responds to a recent article and argues in favor of Question 2.

Letter: ‘Division’ review is appalling and embarrassing

Casey Tylek writes in a letter that a recent review of Tom Clancy’s ‘The Division’ published in the Daily Collegian was political grandstanding that stereotyped video game players.

Letter to the editor: Engagement in politics necessary for America’s sake

The U.S. would be better off if engagement in politics was encouraged, says Jacob Johnson.

Letter: Thursday marks ‘Tibet Day’ in the Amherst, Northampton areas

March 10 marks the 57th anniversary of the Tibetan national uprising.

Letter: Bernie Sanders should clarify his opinion on higher education

Richard Egan writes that Bernie Sanders should use Monday’s rally at the University of Massachusetts to clarify his remarks on higher education as a “right” for all students.

Letter to the Editor: Free higher education is, in fact, feasible

Michael Berner refutes claims made in a prior column that free higher education is not an attainable goal.

Letter to the editor: Students coming together to make demands for more affordable higher education Thursday

At the Million Student March, members of the UMass community will advocate for tuition-free public college, cancellation of student debt and a $15 minimum wage for all campus workers.

Letter to the editor: Student Debt

To the editor: In recent years, the problem of student debt has become a highly prevalent one, with the current average hovering around $30,000 per student. Naturally, this is an issue of major concern to our demographic as college students; student loans impose a long-term burden on our collective economic future as a generation. Despite the fact that not every student will be saddled with an overwhelming mountain of debt, most of us at least know someone who is affected by the issue to a degree. This is the biggest the student debt problem has ever been. That said, this…

Letter: Open source textbooks can combat rising prices

Students argue that rising textbook prices are hindering their academic experience, and the solution should be open source textbooks.

Letter: Appalled at local police’s poor training on domestic violence

An incident on the Haigis Mall this April has one UMass student questioning local police ability to handle potential cases of domestic violence.

Letter: A call for action and cooperation

Students call for Jewish and Palestinian student communities to begin holding dialogues and working cooperatively in rejection of an offensive poster.

Letter: GSS President commends Subbaswamy decision on Iran

Graduate Student Senate President Adina Giannelli writes in support of Chancellor Subbaswamy’s decision to reverse the ban on Iranian nationals from certain graduate programs.

Letter: What’s behind the curtains on Birthright trips?

Hannah Friedstein recounts the racial discrimination and racial binaries she experienced during her Birthright trip and offers a critical perspective of the program.

Letter: A response to ‘There is nothing to debate about global warming’

Lynn Goldfarb responds to the April 17 article “There is nothing to debate about global warming.”

Letter: Get yourself tested at UMass

Diabrina Kozichuk talks about why it’s important to get yourself tested for sexually transmitted diseases and infections.

Letter: Textbooks: A Deterring Cost

Stephanie Chan suggests that universities start using open-source textbooks to cut student costs.

Letters to the Editor: Blarney Blowout

Readers give their opinions on the events of “Blarney Blowout”