Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Housing selection a convoluted mess

By Artur Wysoczanski

April 10, 2012

Filed under Columns

It’s been a year now since I made my decision to attend the University of Massachusetts. I’ve had a great time so far; I’ve met a lot of fantastic people on the faculty, in my classes and in my residence hall, and I’m very glad I...

University to add 300 economy triples

By Katie Landeck

March 13, 2012

Filed under Campus News, News

In response to the predicted fall 2012 housing shortage, Residential Life will create 300 economy triples in Southwest, Northeast and Central Residential Areas, according to Director of Student Services Dawn Bond. The economy...

Living on or off campus, the economic dilemma for college students

By Brittney Figueira

March 6, 2012

Filed under Campus News, News

Rather than walking back to the dorms at the University of Massachusetts, many upperclassmen crowd the 8 p.m. bus stop to return to their off-campus homes, with the assumption they are saving thousands of dollars on the cost...

Welcome to the Butt

By Amanda Dennis

September 18, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinion

All the living areas on campus have different reputations. Southwest is party area, Sylvan is for all the transfers, and Butterfield is the house for the “crazies.” Butterfield, the place on top of the giant hill, is not as...