Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Distinguished investment manager Pozen invests in lecture at Isenberg

By Noah Steinberg-DiStefano

February 12, 2010

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The economic crisis in which America finds itself embedded has many questioning how we got into this situation and, more importantly, what the best course of action to get the economy back on its feet may be. Yesterday afternoon,...

Second solo album from "The Chef" has critics talking

By Noah Steinberg-DiStefano

November 5, 2009

Filed under Music

Wu-Tang fans unite! Raekwon “The Chef” has led the group back to the hip-hop forefront with his latest solo album, “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx…Part II.”  The album, released on Sept. 8, features guest performances from al...

UMass alumnus prepares to get shot into space

By Noah Steinberg-DiStefano

October 13, 2009

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As a young graduate student, Cady Coleman was working on her Ph.D. at the top-ranked Polymer Science department at the University of Massachusetts. She dreamed of one day becoming an astronaut. Since she left UMass in 1988, Coleman has flown two ...

Parade in honor of Amherst's 250th birthday marches on despite rain

By Noah Steinberg-DiStefano

September 28, 2009

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At 1 a.m. on Sunday morning, Amherst Town Committee member and organizer of the Amherst 250th parade Patricia Wagner was awoken by a mysterious phone call. “Is the parade still on for tomorrow?” asked the voice on the other...

PVTA tracker allows students to find arrival times online

By Noah Steinberg-DiStefano

September 22, 2009

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For students in the Five College area, peering around the corner for PVTA buses might be a thing of the past. The University of Massachusetts computer science department is experimenting with a new program that allows students t...

Field hockey hopes to build off success from last year

By Noah Steinberg-DiStefano

September 7, 2009

Filed under Field Hockey

After spending the summer months coaching the U.S. junior national team in Boston Massachusetts field hockey coach Justine Sowry is excited to be back in Amherst with her team. Last year, the Minutewomen had one of their best seas...