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The Collegian News Hour S2 E3: Anti-Kavanaugh rally, racism teach-in, SGA and Amherst town elections

The Collegian News Hour S2 E3: Anti-Kavanaugh rally, racism teach-in, SGA and Amherst town elections

By Collegian News Staff

October 9, 2018


Filed under Archives, Campus News, Local News, News, News Multimedia, News Podcasts, Podcasts, Politics, Scrolling Headlines, SGA, The Collegian News Hour, Web-Exclusive

This week, our news team talks about a rally on campus protesting Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh, a teach-in in response to recent racist incidents on campus, the first SGA meeting of the year, the ramp-up to Amherst town elections and a bathroom variance in Baker Hall.

UMass study suggests sunflower pollen has the power to save bees from disease

UMass study suggests sunflower pollen has the power to save bees from disease

By Chris McLaughlin, Collegian Staff

October 8, 2018


Filed under Archives, Campus News, Env. & Tech., Environment, News

The research found a direct link between sunflower pollen and the reduction of a bee pathogen.

‘Going Up the Country’ author talks about Vermont in the 1960s

‘Going Up the Country’ author talks about Vermont in the 1960s

By Ying Hua, Collegian Correspondent

October 8, 2018


Filed under Archives, News, Scrolling Headlines

Daley is the founder and director of the Green Mountains Writers Conference.

Fall Herb Walk inspires attendees to use herbs in new ways

Fall Herb Walk inspires attendees to use herbs in new ways

By Yurika Yamazaki, Collegian Correspondent

October 8, 2018


Filed under Archives, Local News, News, Scrolling Headlines

Even plants grown at the parking lot of the Amherst Brook Herbs are extremely useful for medical purposes.

UMass selects eCampus to replace Amazon as online textbook provider

UMass selects eCampus to replace Amazon as online textbook provider

By Michael Connors, Assistant News Editor

October 3, 2018


Filed under Archives, Headlines, News, Scrolling Headlines

The University has selected eCampus, an online bookstore, to oversee online retail and rental operations beginning in the upcoming winter session.

Challah for Hunger creates resource guide for food-insecure students

Challah for Hunger creates resource guide for food-insecure students
Challah for Hunger creates resource guide for food-insecure students

By Abigail Charpentier, News Editor

October 3, 2018


Filed under Archives, News, Scrolling Headlines

The group will donate all of their proceeds to nonprofit organizations.

Gender justice activist and UMass alum gives talk on men in the #MeToo era

Gender justice activist and UMass alum gives talk on men in the #MeToo era

By Elizabeth Donoghue, Collegian Correspondent

October 2, 2018


Filed under Archives, Campus News, News, Scrolling Headlines

Jackson Katz, gender activist and UMass alum, gave a lecture on the role of men in the #MeToo movement.