At the time of the letter’s distribution, Tyler Molander was in the process of moving from Sylvan to Southwest. Collegian producer Katie-Rose De Candia went to the residential areas to uncover student perspective on the treatment of the UMass junior.
Collegian Editor-in-Chief Alyssa Creamer, News Editor Katie Landeck and Assistant Editor Dan Glaun sat down with Tyler Molander, the UMass Junior behind a letter seeking people to start a “friend club.”
Collegian columnist Kurt Coleman explains why it can be okay to find yourself amidst a riot, and there is nothing wrong with enjoying the activities in a celebratory manner.
Collegian columnist Emily Merlino speaks out against potential Super Bowl rioting.
Collegian columnist Hannah Sparks confronts us with the ugly truth about utilitarianism and how it very well could be destroying artistic beauty as we know it.
The UMass Amherst Permaculture program began work on its second permaculture garden, which is located between Berkshire Dining Commons, the Bank of America ATM, and the Southwest Horseshoe last Friday.
Massachusetts men’s basketball coach Derek Kellogg will make an attempt at transforming the culture surrounding UMass basketball in the form of the first annual Bash at Southwest Beach this Saturday.
Collegian columnist Roy Ribitzky thinks that Baby Berk is causing more nightly disturbances in the Southwest area than the truck is worth.
Collegian columnist Amanda Dennis challenges Butterfield’s notorious reputation in her experience as an incoming freshman.
By becoming a wireless residential area over the summer, Southwest causes all residential areas at UMass to become wire-free.
A video of a student celebration held in Southwest, following the news that Osama bin Laden was dead.
A slideshow of a celebratory mob held late Sunday in Southwest in response to the death of Osama bin Laden.
University of Massachusetts students descended upon an area situated near the Berkshire Dining Commons in Southwest late last night to mark the news of the death of Osama bin Laden with a large impromptu demonstration.
Southwest is the largest residential area on campus, as well as the most popular. Stephen Canning briefly describes why.
Toxic polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) were discovered in and around Southwest in caulk and other additives this summer during renovation work.