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WATCH: Our #StudentActivism special is coming out this week. Take a look at some Collegian videos and photos from previous actions that have happened on our campus this year.

Student Activism Special Issue 2017

Check out the various student activism groups on campus during our special week of content.

SGA President Anthony Vitale and Vice President Lily Wallace promise to improve assistance to student activists next year

Vitale and Wallace’s goal is to create a SGA position to address student activists’ concerns.

Editor’s note: UMass works because they do

The Collegian dedicates this week’s content to highlighting the work of student groups and organizations whose activism has created lasting change in the UMass community.

The UMass club that is un-beelievable

An inside look at the Beekeeping Club.

Interview with Ghazah Abbasi, Sanctuary Campus Movement organizer

Abbasi talks about her personal take on the political climate and how to get involved in student activism.

Make small-scale activism sexy again

Tess Halpern discusses how small-scale activism needed to affect change and should be thought about more often.

Halloween Special Issue 2016: Beware the Creatures from the Campus Pond

The Massachusetts Daily Collegian’s arts and living section unveiled its annual Halloween Issue Thursday.

Hockey Special Issue 2016

UMass hockey coach Greg Carvel ready to lead Minutemen in right direction – Kyle DaLuz The former St. Lawrence coach returns to his alma mater in hopes of restoring a program where everyone does the right thing. UMass hockey enters 2016-17 season with plenty of question marks – Kyle DaLuz  The Minutemen are littered with uncertainties across the roster with new coach Greg Carvel. UMass hockey’s freshmen class is being counted on to produce instantly for the Minutemen – Ryan Ames Forward Jonny Lazarus and defensemen Shane Bear are making immediate impacts early in their college careers for UMass. UMass hockey’s goalie threesome…

Football Special Issue: UMass Football looks to turn the corner as an FBS Independent

The Collegian’s sports team breaks down the challenges the Minutemen face in the upcoming 2016 season.

Uncomfortable but necessary sex talks

While talking about sex may make you cringe, people need to be educated.

Basketball Special Issue 2015

Check out these seven stories from the Collegian Sports Staff to get ready for the UMass men’s and women’s basketball seasons.

Spring Sports Special Issue

The groundhog got it wrong, spring starts now with the Collegian sports team’s coverage of UMass softball, baseball, tennis, track and Lacrosse.

Ryan Izzo bears significant responsibility as UMass lacrosse captain

Izzo, who is a senior, hopes to solidify his legacy at UMass by bringing the Minutemen back to the playoffs.

UMass lacrosse forges on with youthful roster

The Minutemen have only 12 upperclassmen on the team and are searching for reliable underclassmen to fill the void.

Double trouble: How Anne and Kate Farnham live the same life

The twins have been doing things side-by-side since they’ve been born and now they’re ready to take the next step forward for the UMass women’s lacrosse team together.

UMass baseball to rely on the moxie of Grant, LeBlanc

The Minutemen have two senior workhorses atop the starting rotation in Andrew Grant and Connor LeBlanc, who were both recently named team captains.

UMass softball enters 2015 brimming with high expectations

Minutewomen coach Kristi Stefanoni expects her team to contend for the Atlantic 10 Conference title and reach the regional round of the Women’s College World Series.

Beasts of the Northeast: Ana Yrazusta and Carol Benito earn regional acclaim

Ana Yrazusta and Carol Benito were ranked 10th in Northeast doubles teams by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association and are the Massachusetts tennis team’s top doubles pair.

Robert McLam anxiously awaits his chance to lead UMass baseball’s offense again in his return from an ACL injury

After a long, painful road back to recovery, the redshirt senior will return to his position at second base in the Minutemen’s opener on March 3.