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Former President Epstein and Vice President Chang describe their experiences in office

By Alex Genovese, Collegian Staff April 26, 2021
Their platform focused on student rights, racial justice and restorative justice.
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UMass plans to require that students be vaccinated by the fall semester

By Sophia Gardner, Assistant News Editor April 22, 2021
UMass plans to require all undergraduate and graduate students who plan to be on-campus next semester be vaccinated.
Greer with colleague Mariah Auman. Photo: Mackenzie Greer.

Spotlight: Sustainable education at UMass 

By Ella Adams, Jack Underhill  April 22, 2021
UMass students, alumni and professors reflect on their paths, values, inspiration and motivation in fields of environmental conservation and sustainability
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SGA approves budget, motion to recognize ‘Good Boy on Campus’ AJ

By Sophia Gardner, Assistant News Editor April 22, 2021
SGA votes to create a new advising role to help them stay organized, funded through the Student Activities Trust Fund.
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‘The pandemic behind bars:’ Panelists discuss effects of COVID-19 in prisons

By Sara Abdelouahed, Saliha Bayrak April 22, 2021
“It's so important that we're all here, and all of you are part of this experience and conversation, to advocate for those who cannot advocate for themselves,” Ernst Fenelon Jr. said.
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UMass participates in ‘Out of Darkness Walk’ to raise awareness for suicide prevention

By Sophia Tsekov, Grace Fiori , and Esther Muhlmann April 22, 2021
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among people ages 15-24, according to the AFSP website.
Priya Nandkarni Green's piece titled “Hero.” Courtesy of Amanda Herman

Fine Arts Center hosts “We Are For Freedoms” Exhibition in partnership with “For Freedoms” organization

By Mahidhar Sai Lakkavaram, Collegian Staff April 20, 2021
The project was housed at the University Museum of Contemporary Art and has in-person options as well.
University takes next steps toward building new student housing

University takes next steps toward building new student housing

By Leigh Appelstein, Collegian Staff April 20, 2021
UMass will demolish Lincoln Apartments and North Village this summer, a year after they were initially closed.
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UMPD Logs: Saturday, April 10 – Sunday, April 11

By Olivia LeDuc, Collegian Correspondent April 15, 2021
The logs show student-involved celebratory gatherings all throughout campus.
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SGA votes to begin to fill cabinet appointments

By Alex Genovese, Collegian Staff April 15, 2021
The SGA voted to fill the secretary of finance and secretary of public relations & marketing roles.
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Students protest increased tuition, proposal voted on by Board of Trustees

By Leigh Appelstein and Irina Costache April 15, 2021
: “The fact that, in my opinion, that we're raising tuition for out-of-state students at UMass Amherst, still in the pandemic, with federal surplus is not something that I personally feel like I can put up for as student representative.”
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APD Logs: Saturday, April 10 – Sunday, April 11

By Olivia LeDuc, Collegian Correspondent April 14, 2021

The following police logs are from the Amherst Police Department from Saturday, April 10, 2021 to Sunday, April 11, 2021. These reports highlight narratives of incidents that took place during and after...

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