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Sorority members express concerns over Panhel-planned presentation on sexual assault

By Sophia Gardner, News Editor October 19, 2021
“I definitely was not impressed.”
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Student businesses fight to reopen on unfamiliar grounds

By Lucas Ruud, Collegian Staff October 19, 2021
Student businesses struggle with administration, the Student Union and finances in their efforts to reopen this fall.
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UMass School of Public Policy hosts ‘How Do Cities Pursue Green Housing Equity: An Organizational Capabilities Approach’

By Olivia Capriotti, Collegian Correspondent October 17, 2021

The University of Massachusetts hosted a lecture on green housing equity on Wednesday in collaboration with Indiana University. The lecture was part of the ISSR Scholars program, which supports faculty...

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‘We are here to be revolutionary’: Students march to demand support for the Black community at UMass

By Sara Abdelouahed and Saliha Bayrak  October 14, 2021
Students gathered for the UMass NAACP’s Be Revolutionary March, making their way to the Whitmore Administration Building to distribute a list of demands to various administrators.
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SGA discusses possible implementation of Resident Assistants in fraternities

By Lucas Ruud, Collegian Correspondent October 13, 2021

The possibility of implementing Resident Assistants in fraternities, the Survivor’s Bill of Rights as University of Massachusetts policy and class caucuses were discussed at Wednesday nights's Student...

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Student activists hold sit-in at Whitmore, create list of demands from administration

By Sophia Gardner and Jack Schneeman October 13, 2021

On Wednesday afternoon, around 30 students gathered in the Whitmore Administration Building outside of Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy’s office to call on the University of Massachusetts administration...

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Incident of anti-Blackness reported in a UMass residential hall

By Irina Costache, Assistant News Editor October 11, 2021

After weeks of turmoil regarding sexual assault allegations and multiple anti-Black hate crimes, the University of Massachusetts reported another case of anti-Blackness that occurred at Crampton Residential...

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The Drake is saved, with a twist

By Mustafa Almutawa, Collegian Correspondent October 11, 2021

In coordination with Amherst Business Improvement District (BID), the Downtown Amherst Foundation (DAF) is building a live performance and music venue called The Drake, filling a gap in the Amherst cultural...

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UMass hosts “Olvidados: A Mexican American Corrido,” a performance by Breath of Fire Latina Theatre Ensemble.

By Ariana Gonzalez, Collegian Correspondent October 8, 2021
The playwriting piece by UMass professor Elisa Gonzales celebrates Latinx culture.
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SGA discusses new yearbook project and lack of trash cans on campus

By Lucas Ruud, Collegian Correspondent October 7, 2021
SGA passes motions to provide adequate financial support to student yearbook and recommendations to implement new recycling systems.
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Student groups struggle to survive in the new Student Union

By Lucas Ruud, Collegian Correspondent October 4, 2021
New policies and a new Student Union create issues across the board for student groups on campus.
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Science Fiction Society struggles to find a new home after losing Campus Center library space

By Kami Nguyen, Collegian Correspondent October 4, 2021
The Sci-Fi Society stresses inclusivity and accessibility, and cannot offer either without a permanent library space.
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