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UMass basketball can’t overcome No. 14 Minnesota in 69-51 loss -

November 24, 2017

UMass women’s basketball falls to North Dakota 82-52 -

November 22, 2017

Home-and-home with Quinnipiac up next for UMass hockey -

November 22, 2017

Carl Pierre’s breakout performance helps UMass men’s basketball over Western Carolina -

November 22, 2017

Pipkins’ double-double leads UMass men’s basketball over Western Carolina -

November 21, 2017

Luwane Pipkins leads the UMass men’s basketball shooting show in 101-76 win over Niagara -

November 19, 2017

UMass to face tough test with Niagara backcourt -

November 19, 2017

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

Social justice sounds great. What happens when it goes too far?

At its extremes, social justice can’t even be called progressive. When radicals like Stephanie McKellop of UPenn push a racially charged agenda too far, they set us back on our journey to make racial inequality a thing of the past.

Pay more attention to how you use your phone

You are probably already aware of the fact that your phone is addictive.

Amazon dominates world market

Is Amazon putting brick-and-mortar stores out of business?

Interruption marketing is becoming outdated

People do not owe companies any of their time or any attention to their ads.

Social media is killing political discourse

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

Politics are too much

Emilia Beuger describes her disenchantment with the current state of politics in this country.

‘La La Land’ prioritizes form over function

This movie musical mimics the classic Hollywood films without truly understanding their appeal.

Donald Trump is gutting journalism with his Twitter

CNN’s differences from BuzzFeed in reporting the alleged dossier of President Trump reveal hypocrisy of credibility.

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.

DaLuz: Will college football make it to the New England big stage?

In a sports-crazed region, Massachusetts collegiate football takes a back seat to the pro teams in the area.

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.

“Hate Crimes in Cyberspace” lecture held at UMass Tuesday evening

University of Maryland Professor Danielle Citron discussed the state of cyber harassment in the law and in business.

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.

Twitter removes original tweet function

In an effort to address user concerns, the social network has decided to get rid of the original feature from which it takes its name.

#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.

Congress can’t compromise, and it’s your fault

Francis Schulze discusses the role of partisan media in fracturing American politics.

The problem with social media

Columnist Steve Gillard argues against posting excessively to social media in an effort to pretend to be someone you’re not.

Cutting Trevor Noah some slack: forgiveness in the age of Twitter

Johnny McCabe criticizes the public response to Trevor Noah’s past tweets and argues that instead, a more appropriate response would be to forgive him.

The dangers of tweeting without thinking

Steve Gillard cautions against tweeting out comments in the moment before thinking them through.