About 90 assembled in the Cape Cod Lounge to hear Ngawang Sangdrol’s experience in prison for protesting Chinese occupation of Tibet.
UMass Democrats and UMass Republicans prepare for heated election cycle at the national and state level.
Academics Randall Kennedy and Peter Wood will discuss the policy in the Student Union Ballroom Tuesday.
The Coalition to End Rape Culture is planning a week of action next week, and continues to lobby UMass administration to implement a Survivor’s Bill of Rights.
Khalif Nunnally-Rivera and Maija Hall campaign for SGA elections on promise to represent all students
The Nunnally-Hall presidential ticket aims to increase representation for students of color, address gender-based violence and advocate for tuition freezes.
Anthony Vitale and Nick Rampone campaign for SGA Presidential election on promise to improve student life
Candidates focus on improving the Student Government Association’s expanding outreach and resources to students and Registered Student Organizations.
The debate, which will be moderated by Daily Collegian staff, will take place starting at 7 p.m. in the Cape Cod Lounge of the Student Union.
Questions are raised over whether the SGA Senate should have approved the RSO statuses of two prospective groups.
Carly Korman discusses the SJP and its uneasy role at the recent Million Student March
The event, which organizers hope will spur future student activism, will demand liquidation of student debt, $15 minimum wage and tuition-free higher education.
The appeal follows the finance committee’s decision to not fund a particular speaker fee.
A group of 30 UMass students is getting back to nature through their membership on the only collegiate fly fishing club in the area.
The Bike Racing Club encourages riders to test their skills at weekend competitions.
Mass Games brings hundreds of students together in a massive battle between the living and not-so-dead
RSO hopes to expand offerings and return to its roots in field games such as capture the flag.
Club leader said they want to support both skilled members and novices alike to improve their abilities.
After getting reaffirmed by the student body during the SGA election and winning a huge victory against McDonald’s, the group is optimistic about what it can achieve next year.
Club offers members a chance to learn, compete and grow at weekly meetings. President Tim Kelly hopes the club will be able to expand its reach in years to come.
As one of many dance groups on campus, Kickin’ Back Dance Crew has undergone a lot of growth and change, says captain Katherine Treat.
UMass Juggling Club combines art and socializing to teach the love of the craft.
The RSO organizes multiple volunteer opportunities to feed and educate UMass and the town of Amherst.