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‘They call me the hype man,’ how Kendra Allen impacts the culture of UMass softball

By Johnny Depin, Collegian Staff May 16, 2022
In her four years, Kendra Allen built a culture for the Massachusetts softball team that will be felt forever.
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Haley Connaughton makes a curtain call that some thought was impossible

By Corinne Arel, Collegian Staff May 15, 2022
Haley Connaughton never gave up and returned to the lacrosse field against all odds.
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Morning Wood: 2022

April 1, 2022

Morning Wood is the April fools' day special edition of the Daily Collegian. All articles are satirical.  UMass to implement 30-factor authentication Breaking: He texted back Students complain...

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Sean Clark’s journey back home to UMass

By Marco Lopez, Collegian Staff March 9, 2022
A long, winding road and a global pandemic brought Sean Clark back to UMass.
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Freed from the cage of broken promises

By Joey Aliberti, Assistant Sports Editor March 9, 2022
After four years of struggle, Trent Buttrick got the role he always wanted at UMass.
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Bobby Trivigno’s influence from his sister helped establish his competitive edge

By Sophie Weller, Collegian Staff March 7, 2022
Bobby Trivigno's relationship with his sister, Dana, helped guide him to become one of the best college hockey players in New England.
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‘He’s obsessed with getting better’, Scott Morrow went from a college decommit to a top NHL prospect

By Kayla Gregoire, Collegian Staff March 7, 2022
Scott Morrow was born into a hockey family and fell in love with the game of hockey as a young kid.
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From underdog to undeniable, Colin Felix slowly became UMass’ most consistent defender

By Colin McCarthy, Assistant Sports Editor March 7, 2022
Colin Felix transformed from an unsure talent to a staple of UMass' defense over his four years with the program.
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Sydney Taylor’s monumental jump as a Minutewoman

By Michael Araujo, Collegian Staff March 4, 2022
Sydney Taylor's offensive success opened doors for the Minutewomen, but she still has unfinished business in the A-10 tournament.
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Grow as you go: Angelique Ngalakulondi’s journey at UMass

By Lulu Kesin, Sports Editor March 4, 2022
From playing a small role to becoming a consistent starter, Angelique Ngalakulondi has made a positive impact at UMass.
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Commemorating Black History, 2022: A Look Back

February 28, 2022

In honor of Black History Month, the Daily Collegian has created a special issue with new stories about Black life at the University of Massachusetts, as well as a look back at the highlights of our coverage...

Powerful Black characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Powerful Black characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

By Shannon Moore, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

The Marvel Cinematic Universe, which began with just one movie, has now grown into an ever-expanding world of comic spectacles. However, even with its massive size, the MCU still struggles with proper...

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