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Chancellor Subbaswamy announces COVID-19 mitigation plan for spring semester

Chancellor Subbaswamy announces COVID-19 mitigation plan for spring semester

January 15, 2021

Subbaswamy’s email was divided into nine categories, each of which explained an aspect of UMass’ COVID-19 mitigation plans.

Despite COVID-19, Mock Trial team looks toward bright future

Despite COVID-19, Mock Trial team looks toward bright future

January 14, 2021

UMass’ Mock Trial team was experiencing record success, but had some setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, they are finding new ways to adjust.

UMass reacts to insurrection in Washington, D.C.

UMass reacts to insurrection in Washington, D.C.

January 10, 2021

I'm not going to lie and say that this didn't shake me a little, it did. But I'm refusing to let these cowards—these domestic terrorists—I'm refusing to let them see me in fear,” Zach Steward said.

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SGA Chair of Finance Rajkumar holds meeting to discuss controversy over racially charged tweets
Racially charged tweets, anti-racist initiatives addressed at final SGA meeting of semester

Racially charged tweets, anti-racist initiatives addressed at final SGA meeting of semester

November 19, 2020

“I don’t want to hear anyone say that we’re anti-racist again until we actually mean it,” said Secretary of Diversity Carla Montilla. 

Students express concerns about racially charged tweets from SGA’s chair of finance

Students express concerns about racially charged tweets from SGA’s chair of finance

November 17, 2020

Some of Prabhu Rajkumar’s tweets were directed at undocumented immigrants.

SGA approves new RSOs, assigns new senators to committee and appoints the secretary of University policy

SGA approves new RSOs, assigns new senators to committee and appoints the secretary of University policy

November 12, 2020

In the weekly SGA meeting, senators approved five new RSOs and assigned nine senators to committees.

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Report: Alex Morse did not violate University policy, UMass Democrats did not coordinate with Neal campaign
UMass officials to evaluate student-professor relationship policy following Alex Morse report

UMass officials to evaluate student-professor relationship policy following Alex Morse report

January 13, 2021

Questions over such policies have arisen since Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse, a former adjunct professor at the school, was barred by UMass Democrats, Amherst College Democrats and College Democrats of Massachusetts from attending future events.

Amherst poll workers experience presidential election polls unlike ever before

Amherst poll workers experience presidential election polls unlike ever before

November 5, 2020

Heavily staffed, but exceptionally desolate: Amherst poll workers notice fewer in-person voters than expected.

Mass. voters reject ranked-choice voting, splitting with party leaders

Mass. voters reject ranked-choice voting, splitting with party leaders

November 4, 2020

Even in deep blue areas of the state, like Amherst or Provincetown, support for ranked choice voting significantly trailed Democratic candidates.

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Graffiti found at UMass Hillel House on Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day
APD Logs: Friday, April 17 – Sunday, April 19

APD Logs: Friday, April 17 – Sunday, April 19

April 20, 2020

APD Logs: A sun shelter on the Town Common, a truck stuck in the mud for “no apparent reason” and a Maine credit card wrongfully used to purchase earpods.

APD Logs: Friday, April 10 – Sunday, April 12

APD Logs: Friday, April 10 – Sunday, April 12

April 13, 2020

APD Logs: Yelling about ex-boyfriends, a sick skunk and an illegal transaction.

APD Logs: Friday, April 3 – Sunday, April 5

APD Logs: Friday, April 3 – Sunday, April 5

April 6, 2020

APD Logs: A woman was concerned her debit card had been compromised after she tried to order toilet paper online and a community member reported a house party for a lack of social distancing.

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UMass women’s basketball pulls off 70-68 victory over Davidson in annual Play4Kay game

By Dan McGee, Collegian Staff
February 20, 2018

After failing to defeat Davidson earlier in the season, the Minutewomen successfully battled this one out to the wire.

Student Activism Special Issue Preview Video

By Jessica Picard
March 27, 2017

Dissecting Science: Episode Two

By Kylee Denesha and Sam Anderson
March 22, 2017

Dissecting Science episode 2 from Sam Anderson on Vimeo. Learn about the nutritional facts of insects and why people eat them…as well as HOW to eat them…

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