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Hockey Notebook: John Leonard on an early season tear for UMass hockey -

November 18, 2017

Clock runs out on UMass men’s soccer’s dream season in NCAA opener -

November 17, 2017

2017 Basketball Special Issue -

November 16, 2017

UMass men’s basketball prepares for transitional season in 2017-18 -

November 16, 2017

Author Viet Thanh Nguyen discusses how history and humanity is remembered -

November 16, 2017

CMASS completes seven-week discussion series -

November 16, 2017

UMass women’s basketball resets and reloads, looking to improve on last year’s record with plenty of new talent -

November 16, 2017

Matt McCall’s winding path to bring unity to UMass -

November 16, 2017

Carl Pierre is a piece to Matt McCall’s basketball program -

November 16, 2017

Why they stayed: Malik Hines, Chris Baldwin and C.J. Anderson -

November 16, 2017

McConnell chooses politics over morals -

November 16, 2017

Swipe right for love? Probably not. -

November 16, 2017

‘The Florida Project’ is a monument to the other side of paradise -

November 16, 2017

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ doesn’t have to be the best Marvel movie -

November 16, 2017

Thursday’s NCAA tournament rematch between UMass men’s soccer and Colgate will be a battle of adjustments -

November 15, 2017

Veteran belonging and the decline of American communities discussed by journalist and author at Amherst College -

November 15, 2017

‘UMass Cares About Cancer’ Hosts Blanket Making Event -

November 15, 2017

UMass women’s basketball heads to North Dakota for two games -

November 15, 2017

UMass football sets its sights on BYU -

November 15, 2017

UMass men’s soccer hosts Colgate in opening round of NCAA tournament -

November 15, 2017

‘Ingrid Goes West’ is a skin-crawlingly good dark comedy

This Aubrey Plaza vehicle captures the perils of Being Extremely Online.

The death of humility

Evan Gaudette talks about how technology has caused our society to lose its humility.

We don’t need more unnecessary features

When Facebook and Instagram try to mimic Snapchat’s successful features, it makes their products worse for their users.

Social media is killing political discourse

Social media needs reform in order to return it to its democratic function of connecting and informing people.

Mindfulness in, and in spite of, a technological age

We must reconnect with ourselves in a society ruled by technology.

The joy of Snapchat

Evan Gaudette suggests that Snapchat is the right social media tool to let go of all of today’s negativity.

Don’t let hate defeat debate

Alexander Lach discusses how NPR removing its comments section shows how hate spreads through these outlets.

Don’t block or unfriend, learn

Learning to listen to opposing arguments is necessary for our country to unify.

Claire Wardle on the refugee crisis coverage

Wardle describes how social media plays an important role in broadcasting the voices of refugees.

Sick of Snapchat? Here’s your solution

New social media app takes over the digital world

‘Through the Photographer’s Eyes’ exhibit highlights photojournalism in today’s media

The Diana Mara Henry exhibit in the W. E. B. Du Bois Library shows the power and relevance of photography starting in the 1970s.

The Newspaper Industry: What’s Really Dying?

Before you read any further, I understand the irony of this piece given its location is in fact in a newspaper, one that is very much alive. Though newspaper sales are plummeting and have been, newsrooms that previously buzzed with activity have been downsized and as a result, almost completely muted. Perhaps even more vexing, many of our nation’s most famous newspapers are being sold by their owners. This includes the New York Daily News, which in addition to being the fourth most circulated newspaper in the United States, has been up for sale since the spring of 2015. Print…

A year in review: UMass Athletic Director Ryan Bamford reflects on first year in charge

Bamford discussed several topics, including the football program and recent coaching changes he made.

Keep your head up and put down your cellphone

Rachel Walman wants the world to look up from their phones, if only for just a minute.

Keep your political posts off of Facebook

Lucas Coughlin argues that social media posts imploring citizens to vote a certain way in the 2016 election is obnoxious.

From the runway to your wardrobe – how technology is changing New York Fashion Week

An increase in social media use during the semi-annual event forces designers to make their looks available for retail immediately.

“Would you say that to my face?”

Technology may be helpful, but when is it too much?

Mount Holyoke’s ‘No Exit’ gives new twist on existentialism

The play, originally by Sartre 1944, tackles Facebook and the depths of Hell.

#PrayForParis social media support means something

Johnny McCabe defends the outpouring of support for the French on social media, countering claims that gestures made online are often insincere.

Perfect images: Online versions of ourselves can’t give true confidence

Katrina Kervin argues that deriving self-worth from “likes” on social media is dangerous because it prevents us from finding true confidence.