Massachusetts Daily Collegian

UMass graduate sets out to begin coffee company

By Patrick Hoff

May 1, 2013

Paul Jackmauh graduated the University of Massachusetts in 2009 with a degree in English, and never had any intention of joining the business world. But flash forward four years, and Jackmauh is now preparing to start his ow...

Student volunteers help taxpayers file tax returns

By Patrick Hoff

February 21, 2013

Tax season has come upon taxpayers of the United States, a time that many dread for its large number of confusing and time consumption forms. However, the University of Massachusetts Isenberg School of Management hopes to calm tax woes for many...

UMass grad programs among tops according to U.S. News survey

By Patrick Hoff

January 30, 2013

Both the University of Massachusetts nursing and business administration online graduate programs have been ranked among the top 25 programs of their type by U.S. News & World Report, according to a news release. Th...

Net Impact to host mini-conference in support of local food bank

By Jaclyn Bryson

December 7, 2012

Before the semester draws to a close, Isenberg School of Management club Net Impact invites University of Massachusetts students to an evening of food, music and mingling tonight in the Isenberg Atrium at 7 p.m. Net Impact,...

Isenberg holds 2nd-annual Innovation Challenge MinutePitch competition

By Patrick Hoff

October 18, 2012

The next visionary could be found at the University of Massachusetts. At least, that’s what the 33 entrepreneurs competing with ideas for new products hoped for at yesterday’s second-annual MinutePitch competition held in the Is...

Wong: ‘Find what makes you tick’

By Stephen Hewitt

February 29, 2012

In a rapidly changing, ultra-competitive job market and sports industry, a University of Massachusetts professor told students yesterday about the importance of not only finding what one is passionate about, but exploring a ...

Start off your career with a startup

By Ryan Walsh

October 31, 2011

As a senior and management major in the Isenberg School of Management, I’ve had plenty of exposure to the Chase Career Center, the business career center at the University of Massachusetts. Traditionally, a majority of their...

Pre-professional preposterousness

By Merav Kaufman

October 26, 2011

Ever since entering college, a slew of new words and lingo has entered my vocabulary: DCs, GenEds, RAPs, Franklin’s famous finger food Fridays (say that five times fast) … and the ubiquitous, magical word at the Isenberg School...

Massachusetts Multicultural Film Festival: something a little different

By Kevin Romani

March 27, 2011

Last Wednesday night, a crowd gathered at the Isenberg School of Management’s Flavin Family Auditorium for a special screening of “A Film Unfinished.” The Israeli-produced documentary included lost footage filmed by the Naz...