Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Inside the Park with Marky Mark: January 27, 2015

By Marc Jean-Louis

January 27, 2015

Filed under Basketball, Blogs, Men's Basketball, NCAA Tournament, Podcasts, Scrolling Headlines, Sports, Sports Blogs, Sports Multimedia, Winter Sports

Massachusetts Daily Collegian senior sports multimedia producer Marc Jean-Louis and UMass Sports Weekly analyst Zander Manning make Super Bowl predictions and discuss the Deflategate scandal. Is the NHL scheduling too many outdoor games? Daily Collegian sports editor Mark Chiarelli joins us to previe...

Runners react to bombings, show appreciation for Boston

By Taylor C. Snow

April 23, 2013

Filed under News

BOSTON — As the four-hour mark of last week’s Boston Marathon passed, a large bulk of runners neared the end of the race. After months upon months of vigorous training, they all had the same goal: cross the finish line. But they wer...

Husband and wife relive chaotic search following Boston Marathon bombing

By Taylor C. Snow

April 23, 2013

Filed under News

BOSTON – Jody Zylstra of Annandale, Minn., had been training for the Boston Marathon for the past eight years. After nearly a decade of disappointment, the 34-year-old finally qualified for the 2013 race and made the near-1,500 mile trip to...

UMass Community Run for Boston attracts large turnout

By Mitchell Scuzzarella

April 19, 2013

Filed under Campus News, News

Despite its somber beginnings, the University of Massachusetts Community Run for Boston was a festive gathering created to bring awareness about the victims of the recent bombings at the Boston Marathon and raise money in support of those most affected by th...

Americans unite in face of violence

By Evan Hutton

April 19, 2013

Filed under Columns, Opinion

On Monday afternoon, I arrived home, happy and feelin’ good after a hike on Bear Mountain; it was a normal day, like every other day. I plopped on the couch, crossed one foot over the other to rest them on my coffee ta...

4.0-magnitude earthquake hits New England

By Herb Scribner

October 17, 2012

Filed under Local News, News

A 4.0-magnitude earthquake struck New England last night. The earthquake hit about three miles west of Hollis Center, Maine, which borders New Hampshire, at 7:12 p.m., according to Susan Hoover, geophysicist at the United Stat...

Penny Arcade Exposition: The Run-down

By Tim Jones

April 10, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture, Video Games

The Penny Arcade Exposition, or PAX East, is intimidating, especially for newcomers to the massive gaming convention, and that’s putting it mildly. Even among fellow gamers, at least for myself, there was an overwhelming feeling when a...

Students lobby the State House for increased investment in education

By Keriann ORiordan

March 12, 2012

Filed under News

A crowd of nearly 1,000 packed the State House in Boston Thursday, hoping to lobby legislators for more investment in public higher education. Wearing school colors to represent their universities, students met in the Gardner...