Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Former chancellor Randolph W. Bromery dead at 87

By Patrick Hoff

February 28, 2013

Filed under Campus News, Five College News, Local News, Miscellaneous, News, Profiles

Randolph William “Bill” Bromery, of Peabody, former chancellor of the University of Massachusetts and Commonwealth Professor emeritus of geophysics, died Tuesday, Feb. 26 in Danvers at the age of 87. Bromery served...

Professor Vinnie Ferraro pushes students to question the world around them

By Aviva Luttrell

February 20, 2013

Filed under Five College News, Local News, News

Led Zeppelin’s, “When the Levee Breaks” was blasting as students poured into Vinnie Ferraro’s World Politics class on Tuesday evening at the University of Massachusetts. Professor Ferraro leaned against the podium at ...

Undergraduate scholar takes on the Five College Film Festival

By Soren Hough

February 12, 2013

Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Culture, Movies

Erica Moulton is a director of filmmakers. As the undergraduate student director of the Five College Film and Video Festival, Moulton oversees the film work of numerous Five College students, a job which she sees as vital to ...

Moho students head to Brazil

By Michelle Williams

April 23, 2012

Filed under Five College News, Local News, News

For those interested in environmental policies, attending the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, more commonly known as the Rio+20, may be a dream. For five Mount Holyoke College students, this dream has be...

Clinton announces new initiative to encourage women in public service

By Kara Clifford

March 27, 2011

Filed under Local News

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently announced a new Women and Public Service Initiative, which will combine the efforts of the U.S. State Department and several leading all-female colleges in hopes of increasing women’s...

John Irving returns to Pioneer Valley

By Jeff Mitchell

October 26, 2010

Filed under Arts & Living

The Chapin Auditorium of Mount Holyoke College was filled with mobs of middle-aged housewives, clamoring to sneak a peek at the critically-acclaimed author John Irving. Irving is the author of twelve novels, including “The World According to Garp”...