Massachusetts Daily Collegian

UMass Yak Back!: Episode 119


February 21, 2014

Filed under Op/Ed Multimedia, Scrolling Headlines, UVC-TV19, Web-Exclusive, Yak Back!

Weeeee'reeee back! In the first Yak Back! episode of the semester, panelists discuss the ethical implications of Sugar Daddies and recall memorable historical figures in light of Nelson Mandela's passing. In a special Yeah Du...

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...

The True Meaning of St. Paddy’s Day

By Andrew Sheridan

March 16, 2012

Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Culture

Editor's note: This is part of the Daily Collegian's St. Patrick's Day special issue. It’s a simple question, but one that’s been bothering me for years now. These days, most people seem to see it as Irish Day, an excu...

The History of Riots

By Timothy Haggerty

February 24, 2012

Filed under Archives, Columns, Opinion

With the advent of our fast-paced globalized society, it seems we have lost the capacity to stop and reflect on the past. The cost of increased efficiency seems to be a loss of historical perspective. A perfect microcosm of thi...

Who is Saint Valentine (and other things you should know)

By Lindsey Davis

February 14, 2012

Filed under Blogs

Boxes of assorted chocolates, teddy bears hugging  fluffy pink hearts, Barry White’s sensual R & B jams, glitter dunked Cupids, and dozens of fresh cut red roses from a street vendor. Were these the things that the Catholic...

Gruesome pasts awaiting demolishment

By Kimberly Ovitz

September 11, 2011

Filed under Opinion

As a Chicago native living in this region, I have come to realize some curious characteristic past times of New England. One I have come across quite recently took me by surprise. It’s not lobstering, clam bakes, or those other...

The Battle for Chile featured in documentary at Food for Thought Books

By Brendan Murphy

February 8, 2010

Filed under Arts & Living, Movies, Theatre, Words

Food for Thought bookstore in Amherst is hosting a four-part epic movie series chronicling the saga of the violent 1973 United States-sponsored coup d’état in Chile every Wednesday this month at 7 p.m. The “golpe de estado,”...