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Fall: a season of change

Fall: a season of change

September 15, 2016

UMass student spends summer in Wyoming wilderness

By Samara Abramson

September 5, 2013

Filed under News

Samantha Marino had an “amazing” experience over the summer in the wilderness of Wyoming. A management major at the University of Massachusetts, Marino left her hometown of Byfield, Mass., on May 15 to spend the next three...

“Warm Bodies” more than just another teenage monster reboot

By Vincenza Parella

February 5, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Movies

In a world where popular media has vampires sparkling and werewolves constantly shirtless, it is not hard to predict that one of the last monsters left, zombies, would soon be reinterpreted. The film is sure to appeal to t...

Sunglasses to don despite summer’s end

By Ryan Ford

September 19, 2012

Filed under Archives, Arts & Living, Fashion

Rarely do I wear them inside (if I did, it would be on stage tearing it up to “Don’t Stop Believin’”), but in most other cases my black Ray-Ban Wayfarers are shielding my eyes from the sun. Get at me glare! I must confess...

Summer fun, without the sun

By DailyCollegian.com Staff

April 29, 2012

Filed under Movies

Everyone loves summer. Or rather, everyone loves the idea of summer. Many of us, though, while waiting in anticipation for the end of school, don’t necessarily love the realities of summer. It’s hot and sunny, and some of...

Seasonal introspection

By Samara Abramson

November 3, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinion

In New England, fall and spring are short – this was proven to everyone in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Jersey this past week. This is why I tend to think of the year as split between summer and winter. I’m not com...

Summer’s endless days have come to a close

By Harrison Searles

September 16, 2010

Filed under Columns

It is a fact of life in college that summer break is never what it once was. In high school and even before that, summer vacation was liberation from what, at least for the most of us, waste dull monotony of 12 years of servitude...