Massachusetts Daily Collegian

‘Black Panther’ stuntwoman Keisha Tucker spoke as 2018 homecoming speaker

‘Black Panther’ stuntwoman Keisha Tucker spoke as 2018 homecoming speaker

By Abigail Charpentier, News Editor

November 5, 2018


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“Driving onto campus, I was watching all of the students waiting at the bus stops and everything, it brought me back.”

First annual homecoming block party held

First annual homecoming block party held

By Michael Connors, Assistant News Editor

November 5, 2018


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The homecoming block party, held by the UMass Alumni Association, was the first of many events for alums this past weekend visiting their alma mater.

Vandalism found in Melville Hall stairwell

Vandalism found in Melville Hall stairwell

By Rebecca Duke Wiesenberg, Translations Head

November 3, 2018


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UMPD has investigated the vandalism and concluded that it was not race-related; the African Student Association disagrees.

UMass College Republicans announce Sean Spicer as fall guest speaker

UMass College Republicans announce Sean Spicer as fall guest speaker

By Kyle DaLuz, Managing Editor

November 1, 2018


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Former White House press secretary and communications director to speak on new book and Trump administration.

A hidden gem on campus: Welcome to the oldest building in Amherst

A hidden gem on campus: Welcome to the oldest building in Amherst

By Chris McLaughlin, Collegian Contributor

October 31, 2018


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The Stockbridge House, Amherst’s first structure built in 1728, is connected to the relocated Homestead House.

Families trick-or-treat at UMass

Families trick-or-treat at UMass

By Cameron Gibney, Collegian Correspondent

October 31, 2018


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The Halloween event has been taking place for eight years.

Purdue University professor performs personal story through Broadway music

Purdue University professor performs personal story through Broadway music

By Yurika Yamazaki, Collegian Correspondent

October 29, 2018


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The professor talked about his personal experiences with religion and sexuality and responded to audience questions.

SGA members provide updates on restorative justice task force and student affordability initiatives at weekly meeting

SGA members provide updates on restorative justice task force and student affordability initiatives at weekly meeting

By Will Mallas, Assistant News Editor

October 29, 2018


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SGA provides updates on efforts to push the University to fill vacant AmeriCorps VISTA seat and of discussions to build new UHS and CCPH building.