Change comes from taking direct action, not from hinting at your beliefs.
Sometimes actions really do speak louder than words, and Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime performance does just that.
John Zawawi explains why the Super Bowl is an admirable showcase of American culture and why such excess isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
The Third and 20 team makes their final predictions for Super Bowl 50.
University of Massachusetts students react to the modified, less restrictive guest policy in place for Super Bowl weekend.
Ross Gienieczko makes his picks against the spread for week one of the 2015 NFL season.
Today on Inside the Park with Marky Mark, host Marc Jean-Louis looks back at the last play of Super Bowl XLIX. Is Manchester United’s offseason spending spree paying off this season? Massachusetts Daily Collegian assistant sports editor Andrew Cyr joins the show to recap Signing Day for the UMass football team. And is Syracuse University’s self-imposed postseason tournament ban legitimate or just a cop-out?
Steven Gillard proudly recollects the dominating track record of Boston sports teams over the past decade and a half.
Massachusetts Daily Collegian senior sports multimedia producer Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly analyst John Andersen recap the Patriots Super Bowl over the Seahawks. Does the All-Star in sports really mean anything anymore? Daily Collegian assistant sports editor Anthony Chiusano joins the show to talk about the recent performance of the UMass hockey team and their upcoming games against Northeastern and No. 10 UMass Lowell, as well as the surge of Brandon Montour. And No. 2 Virginia lost their first game against No. 4 Duke this past weekend. How?
Andrew Cyr explains why he chose to stay inside after the Patriots’ Super Bowl win rather than celebrate with the rest of the crowd in Southwest.
The celebration after Super Bowl XLIX at the University of Massachusetts was peaceful, with over 1,000 students dispersing by 11:30 p.m.
Police were non-confrontational all night, even talking and joking with students as more than 1,000 people gathered in the Southwest concourse.
Students of the University of Massachusetts gathered in the Southwest Residential Area for almost 2 hours to celebrate the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl win.
The glowing performance of UMass students on Sunday night has nothing to do with policies instituted by the Office of Student Affairs over the past two weeks, writes Opinion Editor Zac Bears.
Southwest residents encountered a heightened security presence as the University attempted to quell potential rowdy celebrations.
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian’s live coverage of Super Bowl XLIX on the University of Massachusetts campus.
A basic guide to this year’s Super Bowl matchup.
Massachusetts Daily Collegian senior sports multimedia producer Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly analyst Zander Manning make Super Bowl predictions and discuss the Deflategate scandal. Is the NHL scheduling too many outdoor games? Daily Collegian sports editor Mark Chiarelli joins us to preview the Dayton-UMass men’s basketball game at the Mullins Center on Thursday. And should the MLB institute a loan system to help out smaller-marker franchises?
After reading the University administration’s Super Bowl Sunday guest policy posted in a dormitory, one student declared “Welcome to UMass Alcatraz” on Twitter.