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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

Invite-only social media site Ello an uninspired recycling bin for other networking sites

New invite-only social media site Ello offers as little as staring at a blank Google document.

Social media can not replace traditional socializing entirely

In an age where social media is an integral part of our viral lives, columnist Karen Podorefsky reminds us to “branch out and talk to someone new.”

Facebook will not fade

The social network titan has a stronghold on the Internet and, according to columnist Josh Steinberg, will hold on tight in the future.

Twitter, the social networking superior

Columnist Rose Mirandi thinks that Facebook is old news, and that Twitter has become the best outlet for your online musings.

UM professor appointed to UNESCO

UMass professor Jan Servaes is the newest chair of the U.N. committee UNESCO, an organization dedicated to alleviating poverty.

(Eye)Spy, an event-tracking website, prepares for launch

Two UMass alums have created a website that tracks social events in the local area.

How Facebook has changed the world

When Collegian columnist Isaac Himmelman first signed up for Facebook in 2006, he never suspected that it would be used to overthrow governments one day.

Study examines social media’s impact on student mental health, interpersonal activity

A new study conducted by the Associated Press and MTVU examined how the volume of usage of social media sites by students impacts their mental health.

PCP: Tweets encourage academic discussion

Collegian columnist Mike Fox was converted to become a Twitter enthusiast after a conference and now he sees it as an academic benefit as well as social.

New social niche for college students

New social networking website promises to keep away the prying eyes of employers, schools, parents and pre-teens. The website is designed for the use of college students only and will be coming to a campus near you.

Is facebook keeping kids in school?

Researchers found that students who used facebook regularly had a more active social life and stayed in school longer than those who did not.

How connected are your professors? More so than some might think.

A survey called Social Media In Higher Education found that 80 percent of college professors use at least one form of social media. The May 4 survey asked 939 professors at two and four-year colleges if they had at least one social networknig account.

A rose by any other name is still a rose

Collegian columnist Amanda Joinson believes Google CEO Eric Schmidt is barking up the wrong tree about young people needing to change their names because of social networking.