Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Syracuse surrenders top spot, Kentucky new No. 1

By Taylor C. Snow

January 25, 2012

For the first time in six weeks, Syracuse dropped from the No. 1 spot in the Associated Press Top 25 college basketball rankings after losing its first game of the season. After starting the season off with 20-straight wi...

UMass edges Davidson, 73-65

By Stephen Hewitt

December 22, 2011

If the Massachusetts men’s basketball team wants to gain entry to its first NCAA Tournament since 1998, a signature out-of-conference victory could do wonders come March when the selection committee meets to select the fi...

Dayton living up to expectations early in season

By Stephen Sellner

September 12, 2011

This article was originally published on on Sept. 13. Colleen Williams was selected as the Offensive MVP of the Boilermaker Challenge Cup after netting the deciding goal in the Dayton women’s socce...

Ohio State falls off undefeated perch

By Matt Strong

February 14, 2011

  The Ohio State men’s basketball team ran into a problem every title-contender has encountered since 1991 – remaining undefeated. The Buckeyes dropped their first contest of the season to then-No. 13 Wisconsin, 71-67,...

Only two teams remain undefeated

By Jackson Alexander

January 24, 2011

The Ohio State and San Diego State men’s basketball teams both picked up conference victories this week and became the final undefeated teams in the nation. Ohio State, the top ranked team in the nation, needed a fie...

Duke holds off No. 6 Michigan

By Jackson Alexander

December 6, 2010

Last Wednesday, freshman Kyrie Irving scored 31 points in Duke’s 74-69 win against No. 6 Michigan State in Cameron Indoor Stadium. The defending national champion Blue Devils built up a four point halftime lead and held...

Kansas carries on tour to Northampton

By Justin Gagnon

November 5, 2010

This Saturday night, 70s progressive rock band Kansas will perform at the Calvin Theater in Northampton. The band is known for its unique album covers and diverse prog rock sound, but its relevance today relies solely on three...

Radicals protest military funerals to oppose United States support of homosexuality

By Matt Kushi

April 6, 2010

There’s a saying that many of us are familiar with that goes, “to add insult to injury.” The context in which Albert Snyder has found this saying to be true has not been a laughable matter. Snyder’s son, Lance Corporal...