Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Anti-Nuke Dialogue Turns Up Heat on Vermont Yankee

By Tom Barnes

February 22, 2012

Filed under News

Grassroots activists and University of Massachusetts students gathered for a dialogue on closing the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station at the Cape Cod Lounge in the Student Union on Tuesday evening. The Safe and Green Energy...

Researchers study how flooding influences Connecticut River

By Katie Landeck

January 22, 2012

Filed under News

It is not often that a storm as powerful as Tropical Storm Irene blows through western Massachusetts, and assistant geoscience professor Jonathan Woodruff and graduate student Laura Kratz were determined to take advantage of it. ...

Nathaniel Tripp talks about history of the Connecticut River

By DailyCollegian.com Staff

April 26, 2011

Filed under Campus News, News

Yesterday, Nathaniel Tripp, a member of the Connecticut River Joint Commission, gave a lecture titled, “Confluence” in the Cape Cod Lounge and spoke about the history of the Connecticut River, his adventures and his book. Trip...

Connecticut River commission member to address river’s significance

By Collegian News Staff

April 26, 2011

Filed under Environment

While rivers may have once been a foundation of transport, shipping and a crossroads of people and cultures, some may take for granted their ongoing significance. But not Nathaniel Tripp, a member of the Connecticut River Joint Commission,...

UMass professor receives grant to study Connecticut River

By Katie Landeck

March 9, 2011

Filed under Archives, Campus News, News

As climate changes in precipitation and river flow persist, University of Massachusetts Assistant Professor Casey Brown feels that methods of water management may have to change with it. “There is growing scientific evidence ...

UMass professor receives grant to study Connecticut River

By DailyCollegian.com Staff

March 8, 2011

Filed under Campus News, News

As climate changes in precipitation and river flow persist, University of Massachusetts Assistant Professor Casey Brown feels that methods of water management may have to change with it. “There is growing scientific evidence...

UMass takes 1st in Regatta

By David Martin

April 26, 2010

Filed under Crew

After finishing second overall in the Atlantic 10 Championships two weekends ago, the Massachusetts crew team competed against Amherst and Vermont in a doubleheader regatta on the Connecticut River over the weekend. The Minutewomen faced off against Amhe...