Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Activism and academics celebrated at 35th annual MLK community breakfast 

Activism and academics celebrated at 35th annual MLK community breakfast 

By Rebecca Duke Wiesenberg, Collegian Staff

January 22, 2019


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From the food, to the performances and the work celebrated, everything at the MLK community breakfast was from the Amherst area.

UMass residence director criticized for email urging student to take down ‘F*** Nazis’ sign

UMass residence director criticized for email urging student to take down ‘F*** Nazis’ sign

By Jackson Cote, Collegian Correspondent

December 22, 2018


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A residence director for Dickinson Hall asked the student to take the sign down from their dorm window, saying it “created mixed emotions in the community.”

Design Building awarded LEED Gold certification

Design Building awarded LEED Gold certification

By Chris McLaughlin, Collegian Staff

December 15, 2018


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The building’s LEED Gold status is the latest of its architectural achievements since opening in 2017.

Student activists demand Board of Trustees to recognize student debt crisis

Student activists demand Board of Trustees to recognize student debt crisis

By Michael Connors and John Buday

December 13, 2018


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In a call for the Board of Trustees to freeze increasing tuition rates and fees, student activists rallied on Thursday for administrative recognition of student debt.

Six weeks after Pittsburgh, Hillel’s Rabbi Fine reflects

Six weeks after Pittsburgh, Hillel’s Rabbi Fine reflects

By Will Katcher, Assistant Photo Editor

December 12, 2018


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With hate crimes on the rise, Hillel’s Rabbi Aaron Fine is pushing for acceptance and unity.

Apartment burned down by arson to possibly reopen in August

Apartment burned down by arson to possibly reopen in August

By Rebecca Duke Wiesenberg, Collegian Staff

December 12, 2018


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The owners of the building submitted a proposal to renovate the building after 21 students lost their possessions and home in the fire.

Daily Hampshire Gazette workers unionize amidst lack of democracy in managerial decisions

Daily Hampshire Gazette workers unionize amidst lack of democracy in managerial decisions

By Irina Costache, Assistant News Editor

December 12, 2018


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“We love the Gazette, we want its long term health to be viable and we want this paper to continue on for decades.”

SGA endorses letter of recommendation for racial justice practices on campus

SGA endorses letter of recommendation for racial justice practices on campus

By Irina Costache, Assistant News Editor

December 11, 2018


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SGA passes a number of motions in their last meeting of the year.

Police Logs: Friday, Dec. 7 – Sunday, Dec. 9

Police Logs: Friday, Dec. 7 – Sunday, Dec. 9

By Michael Connors and Hayley Johnson

December 11, 2018


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A quiet weekend still garnered three arrests over the weekend in Amherst.

Homophobic and anti-Semitic incidents took place in Baker Hall last week

Homophobic and anti-Semitic incidents took place in Baker Hall last week

By Kyle DaLuz, Managing Editor

December 11, 2018


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Several similar incidents have taken place on campus this semester.