Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Meet SGA President Zac Broughton

By Michael Turner

September 19, 2013

Filed under Campus News, News, SGA

Zachary Broughton is your president; he loves politics, the Red Sox and the University of Massachusetts. He goes simply by Zac. Broughton is a senior, double majoring in political science and legal studies. He served t...

Broughton/Hajjar ticket win SGA election, Kingston as student trustee

By Chelsie Field

March 15, 2013

Filed under Campus News, News

Legal studies and political science major Zachary Broughton, who has served in the Student Government Association since his freshman year, was elected as president of the SGA last night. Junior political science major Emily Hajjar, who ...

Obama wins presidential election on Tuesday

By Collegian News Staff

November 7, 2012

Filed under News, Politics

Pick up a copy of the Daily Collegian to read about the elections. Also be sure to check out video footage of UMass Amherst students' reaction to the news....

Liberal Landslide

By Zac Bears

November 7, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinion

President Barack Obama’s resounding re-election yesterday shows recommitment to the Obama plan for the economy. This election in support of the policies of the last four years solidified Democratic control of the Senate and...

Empty Chair for president

By Lawrence De Geest

September 26, 2012

Filed under Archives, Columns, Opinion

Ladies and gentlemen of the Democratic and Republican parties, thank you for being here tonight at this unprecedented gathering. Mr. Eastwood, thank you for the introduction. Give us a smile. My fellow Americans: we ar...

SGA election results released Saturday

By Mary Reines

September 24, 2012

Filed under News, SGA

Voting results for the fall Student Government Association elections were released Saturday. Out of the 20,873 people who attend the University of Massachusetts, 2,782 participated in the elections, showing that  13.33 perc...

Romney or Obama

By Tom Lynch

September 23, 2012

Filed under Archives, Blogs

No question mark.  The powers that be, whether “the people,” the “military-industrial complex," the amorphous “corporations," the Illuminati, or whatever other ambiguously contiguous/nonfictional entity you prefer...