January 26, 2015

Scrolling Headlines:

Paranormal Research Society seeks to uncover the truth about the supernatural -

Monday, January 26, 2015

UMass tops Merrimack 4-1 to cap off successful weekend series -

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‘Broad City’s’ second season off to a wickedly funny start -

Monday, January 26, 2015

Students respond to Obama’s State of the Union address -

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St. Bonaventure earns tight victory, VCU clinches 11th straight win in Atlantic 10 men’s basketball action -

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An open letter to the people who were kind when I was struggling -

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UMass club hockey salvages weekend with tie against NYU on Saturday -

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2015 Winter TCA’s announce bevy of show returns and new releases -

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Brilliant online film archives for cinema lovers -

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UMass men’s and women’s track and field teams see mixed results in Joe Donahue Indoor Games -

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Steve Mastalerz, defense delivers for UMass hockey -

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UMass online graduate programs climb U.S. News & World Report rankings -

Monday, January 26, 2015

Front to Back: Week of Jan. 25, 2015 -

Sunday, January 25, 2015

BLOG: UMass football receives seven verbal commitments -

Sunday, January 25, 2015

UMass plans to fail again with Super Bowl guest policy -

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Special teams play fuels late UMass rally, forces tie -

Saturday, January 24, 2015

BLOG: UMass hires Mark Michaels as special teams coordinator, outside linebackers coach -

Friday, January 23, 2015

Former Tibetan political prisoner overcomes odds in Tibet and the US -

Thursday, January 22, 2015

UMass basketball falls flat in loss to St. Joe’s -

Thursday, January 22, 2015

‘Selma’ resonates with the here and now -

Thursday, January 22, 2015

SGA discusses reorganization of RSO system, activities fee changes

(Christina Yacono/Daily Collegian)

Senators also passed an amendment, swore in a new member and discussed the SGA’s website during Monday’s meeting.

Student Activity Expo a success for RSOs

Club leaders vied for the attention for potential members at the Student Activity Expo yesterday.

So you want to start an RSO?

Registered Student Organizations, or RSO’s, are a great way to get involved on campus and start your own club.

New RSO hopes to grow roots in sustainability awareness

The Sustainable UMass Action Coalition is hoping to sustain its group for years to come and seeks to educate about sustainability leading by example.

Debunking Assumptions about the SGA

“As we find ourselves in the middle of SGA election season once again, I want to caution against the traditional groan of annoyance and cynicism.” – Garrett Gowen, SGA vice president.

SGA moves to increase RSO support

In a move aimed at increasing services and support for RSOs, the SGA is attempting to bolster the ranks of the Secretary of the Registry with two new undersecretaries.

Sisters take the Runway for a cause, again

The second annual SotR fashion show event will be held this Saturday, March 3 in the Campus Center auditorium to benefit domestic abuse shelter Safe Passage in Northampton.

SGA plans to find its voice

In the upcoming semester, SGA plans to work with Residence Life to make sure student input is heard, as well as take steps towards potentially funding a new Student Union and elect the SGA’s first vice president.

Fine culture is just steps away

Columnist Eric Magazu brings to our attention the vast array of culturally rich resources that the Pioneer valley has to offer us.

UMass kicks off first sustainability week

In an effort to change the way people think about sustainability, UMass is hosting its first ever sustainability week that will feature local food, a bike tour and a fair.

Made from scratch: The creation of an RSO

A RSO takes certain steps to come into existance and this guide will show how exactly it’s done.

SGA needs to be a more representative ‘mouthpiece’

Student Government Association Senator Jarred Rose gives insight into what he feels students and the SGA must do to make the SGA more effective.