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Lessons I learned when I tried veganism

Lessons I learned when I tried veganism

By Isabel Marseille

February 28, 2018


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Going on a vegan diet, even for a short time, can have fruitful results.

A lineup of Amherst’s coffee scene

A lineup of Amherst’s coffee scene

By Mikayla Rooney, Collegian Correspondent

February 27, 2018


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Need a study break? Check out this guide to help you navigate the coffee scene in Amherst.

Gus Dapperton teases indie listeners with another glimpse of stardom

Gus Dapperton teases indie listeners with another glimpse of stardom

By Tyler Wyatt, Collegian Correspondent

February 27, 2018


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With ‘You Think You’re a Comic!’ this 20-year-old from New York delivers another dazzling, maddeningly-brief EP.

Remembrance through dance: an interview with Leah Calabro

Remembrance through dance: an interview with Leah Calabro

By Sam Wong, Collegian Staff

February 26, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Culture, Headlines, Scrolling Headlines, Theatre

Calabro wants to use dance to open people’s eyes to problems in our society.

Does dairy cause acne?

Does dairy cause acne?

By Ally Littlefield, Collegian Correspondent

February 26, 2018


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Dairy and acne actually have a weak relationship.

Netflix’s new show ‘Altered Carbon’ is all style, no substance

Netflix’s new show ‘Altered Carbon’ is all style, no substance

By Nico Ribadeneyra

February 22, 2018


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In a world cluttered with sci-fi and fantasy reboots and rip-offs, ‘Altered Carbon’ only adds to the noise.

Netflix’s new show ‘Altered Carbon’ is all style, no substance

Netflix’s new show ‘Altered Carbon’ is all style, no substance

By Nico Ribadeneyra, Collegian Staff

February 22, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Scrolling Headlines, Television

In a world cluttered with sci-fi and fantasy reboots and rip-offs, ‘Altered Carbon’ only adds to the noise.

Be careful where you plant your garden

Be careful where you plant your garden

By Caeli Chesin, Collegian Staff

February 21, 2018


Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Arts & Living Blogs, Lifestyle, Lifestyle, Scrolling Headlines

Growing both inward and outward: a poem about making room for love.

Holyoke art exhibit confronts history, racial conflict

Holyoke art exhibit confronts history, racial conflict

By Edward Clifford, Collegian Correspondent

February 21, 2018


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Gateway City Arts honors the work of Robert Templeton through a celebration and examination of the struggle for equal rights.

The truth about gluten

The truth about gluten

By Ally Littlefield, Collegian Correspondent

February 21, 2018


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What is gluten, and is it bad’ for you?

Bahamas’ ‘Earthtones’ oozes confidence with a breezy energy

Bahamas’ ‘Earthtones’ oozes confidence with a breezy energy

By Matt Leonard, Collegian Staff

February 20, 2018


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Bahamas confidently delivers his fourth album, ‘Earthtones,’ a groovy, laid-back production with slick guitar-work and warmth throughout.