Massachusetts Daily Collegian

SGA endorses letter asking UMass to reevaluate relationship with Coca Cola

SGA endorses letter asking UMass to reevaluate relationship with Coca Cola

By Leticia Medeiros, Collegian Staff

April 24, 2019

The letter seeks a transition to local beverage producers.

UMass Cannabis Reform Coalition: Education, advocacy, community

UMass Cannabis Reform Coalition: Education, advocacy, community

By Michael Connors, Assistant News Editor

April 24, 2019

The UMass Cannabis Reform Coalition is best known for their yearly political rally Extravaganja, but the group works year-round to educate and advocate for responsible marijuana laws.

APD Logs: Friday, April 19 — Sunday, April 21

APD Logs: Friday, April 19 — Sunday, April 21

By Alvin Buyinza, Abigail Charpentier, and Hayley Johnson

April 23, 2019

A man went onto a woman’s driveway, refused to leave and urinated on the property.

Volunteers sort through waste in Southwest concourse

Volunteers sort through waste in Southwest concourse

By Abigail Charpentier, News Editor

April 23, 2019

Each residential hall from Southwest had one of their bins dumped into the truck, so the pile was a representative sample.

The Collegian News Hour S3 E11: Commencement speaker, PETA lawsuit and emergency preparedness

The Collegian News Hour S3 E11: Commencement speaker, PETA lawsuit and emergency preparedness

By Collegian News Staff

April 22, 2019

This week, our news team talks about the announcement of Gov. Charlie Baker as the 2019 UMass commencement speaker, a PETA lawsuit filed against UMass, the Office of Emergency Management and a student who testified in support of two sexual assault-related bills.

Three-person panel discusses mental health challenges faced by student-athletes

Three-person panel discusses mental health challenges faced by student-athletes

By Will Mallas, Assistant News Editor

April 18, 2019

The discussion featured former student-athletes as well as an athletic counselor.

Porta issued Class II license as owner hires new management

Porta issued Class II license as owner hires new management

By Kathrine Esten, Assistant News Editor

April 18, 2019

The Amherst restaurant has been issued a Class II license after having its liquor license revoked for three days.

‘Welcome to the Jungle’: 51st Southwest Week starts Monday

‘Welcome to the Jungle’: 51st Southwest Week starts Monday

By Bonnie Chen, Collegian Staff

April 18, 2019

Event is a de-stressor before finals and send-off for summer.

UMass student testifies at State House in support of two sexual assault-related bills

UMass student testifies at State House in support of two sexual assault-related bills

By Abigail Charpentier, News Editor

April 18, 2019

“I'm a survivor. And it was the first time speaking out in a public setting about my experience. And it was really empowering,” said Nora Gallo, a junior dance major.