Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Art as a Form of Meditation

By Katie Waldron

September 16, 2015

In our current society, there are constantly options to share. Facebook asks what I’m doing and how I’m feeling, Twitter wonders what’s going on and Instagram tells a life story through filtered pictures and hashtags. M...

Snowboarding as a culture, a pastime and an art

By Kelsey Hebert

November 10, 2014

Snowboarding is surrounded by a unique culture in both its traditions and style. What started out as “snurfing,” or “snow surfing,” by a surfer who had a dream of surfing in the Rocky Mountains during winter, has spiraled...

Exhibition on military drones now on display in Hampden Gallery

By Samara Abramson

March 6, 2013

An 18-foot-long rhinestone-covered replica of a U.S. Predator drone is the center of a new multimedia art exhibit that opened on March 1 at the Hampden Gallery in the University of Massachusetts’s Southwest Residential Area. The ...

To be or not to be a real person

By Allie Connell

October 24, 2012

Being a theater major often presents you with the question: what am I doing with my life? Whether this question comes from your parents or your roommate who is majoring in chemical engineering or even from yourself, you are constantly...