Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Faculty, administration await hearing decision from Massachusetts Department of Labor

By Marie MacCune

September 4, 2014

Filed under Business, Campus News, Miscellaneous, News, Scrolling Headlines

The University of Massachusetts administration, Massachusetts Society of Professors, and Continuing and Professional Education faculty are awaiting a decision from the Massachusetts Department of Labor Relations after a springtime...

UMass grad Nguyen’s Chinese Kung Fu Wushu Academy reopens

By Peter Cappiello

February 24, 2014

Filed under Business, Local News, News, Profiles, Scrolling Headlines

It was a promise between Binh Nguyen and his ailing karate teacher Ken Grimshaw, who had been diagnosed with leukemia: continue the martial arts tradition. Grimshaw, founder of The Kung Fu Academy in Chicopee, died on Sept. 3,...

People’s Market recovering after financial crisis

By Cecilia Prado

December 2, 2013

Filed under Campus News, Local News, News

Despite the fact that the People’s Market offers some of the best and cheapest coffee on campus, along with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, the student cooperative has been working to improve its finances following a rough...

Food for Thought bookstore may close after 37 years

By Catherine Ferris

November 25, 2013

Filed under Local News, News

Food for Thought, a local bookstore located in the center of Amherst, has recently written a newsletter informing customers that due to insufficient funds, it will be closing by the end of 2013 after 37 years unless there is a...

Change your oil, change your habits

By DailyCollegian.com Staff

November 16, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Engine oil is very important. It allows your vehicle to run, and enables each of its parts to function in harmony without bursting into flames or sending sparks flying from beneath your hood. It is literally a necessity. Many...