Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Morning Wood: UMass students create animal hybrid

By Morning Wood Staff

April 1, 2013

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Grad students in the biological and veterinary science programs at the University of Massachusetts announced last Wednesday that they have created the first ever human-horse hybrid, a result some say is “scientifically remarkable”...

Morning Wood: Construction displaces species living in tunnels on campus

By Morning Wood Staff

April 1, 2013

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Unsuspecting student Barry Harnass was not prepared for his startling discovery last Wednesday of a subterranean species inhabiting the underground tunnels on the University of Massachusetts campus. “I was trying to get to my class in Bartle...

Morning Wood: No flak for the FAC

By Morning Wood Staff

April 1, 2013

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Here at the University of Massachusetts we have an amazing Fine Arts Center.  It is only appropriate that this fine building is an example of fine art itself.  Every day as I walk to class I make sure to take a moment to really take...

Morning Wood: Habemus Papam UMass

By Morning Wood Staff

April 1, 2013

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Out over the athletic fields, past the Mullins Center, the Central Heating Plant brought warm news. White smoke began billowing from the building last night signifying the end to conclave. A new pope has risen. The new pope...

Morning Wood: Free the horde of bros and lady-bros!

By Morning Wood Staff

April 1, 2013

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I may be ruffling a few feathers here, but it’s clear: UMass just isn’t bro-friendly enough. Don’t let the abundant UMass hoodies and scuffed Timberland boots fool you. There is an effort to curb bro culture on campus, and...

Morning Wood to Become Neeson News

By Kevin Romani

April 2, 2012

Filed under Archives

Beginning in the 2012-2013 academic year, this newspaper will now be known as “The Neeson News.” Following a conversation with the editorial staff, we have decided to dedicate ourselves to reporting the life, heroism and face-imploding...