Massachusetts Daily Collegian

History demolished by architectural Brutalism

By Jan Dichter

September 12, 2012

Filed under Archives, Columns, Opinion

The supposedly accidental demolition of the historic trolley stop over the summer would not appear so suspicious, not only if it hadn’t so conveniently happened when no one was around to see it, but if it weren’t so in line...

Historical UMass trolley station demolished

By Mary Reines

September 4, 2012

Filed under Campus News, News

After years of protecting and sheltering local residents and students from inclement weather, the 101-year-old trolley station that sat outside of the Hasbrouck Laboratory is gone. The structure – which in recent years had s...

Historical group attempts to preserve waiting station

By Staff

February 12, 2012

Filed under Campus News

Between North Pleasant Street and Hasbrouck Laboratory, a small brick waiting station for bus passengers has been the topic of discussion for local historical groups and University of Massachusetts campus planners. Recently, a group hoping to save the waiting station shelter r...