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Professional Staff Union fights for higher wages

By Irina Costache, Assistant News Editor March 30, 2022
Though a contract was reached, union members continue to fight for pay equity.
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Pakistani Student Organization ties the knot with staged Shaadi

By Sophie Hauck, Collegian Staff March 29, 2022

Wearing vibrant dupattas and sherwanis, hundreds of students from the University of Massachusetts gathered in the Campus Center ballroom on Saturday, March 26 to celebrate mock Shaadi — a staged Pakistani...

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Former UMass student found guilty of on-campus rape that occurred in 2017

By Sophia Gardner, News Editor March 28, 2022

A former University of Massachusetts student was found guilty on a single count of rape on Monday. The former student, Ryder Chilcoff, was convicted at the Hampshire Superior Court for a rape that occurred...

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Vietnamese Student Association hosts 35th annual spring show

By Wafi Habib, Collegian Correspondent March 28, 2022
“This show is a showcase where we’re able to display the talents and diverse culture of not only Vietnamese but other various cultures on campus.”
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Suspect in hit-and-run of UMass student arraigned, faces five charges stemming from incident

By Alex Genovese, Assistant News Editor March 24, 2022

A Northampton man, identified as Jacob A. Delisle, 20, was arraigned on five charges stemming from a hit-and-run Monday evening involving a University of Massachusetts student. Delisle pleaded not guilty...

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SGA meets to vote on a new pedestrian safety initiative 

By Grace Lee, Collegian Staff  March 24, 2022

The University of Massachusetts Student Government Association met on Wednesday to appoint two associate justices and vote on a new pedestrian safety initiative at their weekly senate meeting. The new...

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Arrest made in connection to hit-and-run incident involving UMass student

By Alex Genovese, Assistant News Editor March 23, 2022

Police located and arrested a suspect Wednesday night in connection to a hit-and-run incident involving a University of Massachusetts student. According to a press release from the Northwestern District...

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UMass student struck by a vehicle Monday night, police looking for help finding driver

By Alex Genovese, Assistant News Editor March 22, 2022

A University of Massachusetts student was struck by a white SUV while crossing Massachusetts Avenue Monday night. The student, identified as a “20-year-old UMass Amherst student”, was crossing a crosswalk...

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Suspect in Spoke propane tank incident released on bond

By Siddharth Sharma, Collegian Contributor March 22, 2022

On the morning of Dec. 10, Amherst Police Department responded to a report of a suspicious incident at 35 East Pleasant St., where witnesses said a small propane tank had been placed outside of Spoke....

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La conferencia Women of Isenberg (Mujeres de Isenberg) celebra nuevos comienzos

El sábado 26 de febrero, estudiantes y profesores de la Universidad de Massachusetts iniciaron sesión en Zoom para asistir a la octava Conferencia Anual de Women of Eisenberg (WOI). “Atraemos alrededor...

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SGA plans student trustee special election

By Sophie Hauck, Collegian Contributor March 10, 2022

The University of Massachusetts Student Government Association gathered on Wednesday evening to field questions about the upcoming special election for student trustee. Earlier this month, UMass students...

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New England First Amendment Coalition Executive Director speaks about journalists’ rights to public records in a world of secrecy

By Caitlin Reardon, Collegian Staff March 9, 2022
How can we exercise our government-created first amendment when the government tells us not to?
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