Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Former governor speaks on state of today’s feminist movement

By Micah Levine

September 19, 2012

Filed under Campus News, News

Former Vermont governor Madeleine Kunin spoke to a full room in Gordon Hall on feminism and family values Tuesday night, beginning with an excerpt from her new book, “The New Feminist Agenda: Defining the Next Revolution for Women, Work and Family,” in which she expressed her frustration with the current position of the feminist movement and where sh...

Josh Schwartz’s late goal propels UMass to win over Vermont

By Taylor C. Snow

August 27, 2012

Filed under Fall Sports, Men's Soccer, Sports

For the second consecutive game, the Massachusetts men’s soccer team shut out its opposition as it blanked Vermont with a 1-0 victory on Monday afternoon. After finishing last fall on a six-game losing streak, the Minutemen hav...

Men’s swimming dominates Bryant, heads to Upper Valley

By Chris Corso

January 25, 2012

Filed under Swimming & Diving, Winter Sports

Last Friday night, the Minutemen swimming team sped past Bryant University with a victory score of 153-88. In a one-sided matchup, UMass won a total of 12 of the 13 events last week. The men look to bring this success and intensity ...

Slideshow: Minutemen victorious at Frozen Fenway 2012

By Jeff Bernstein

January 8, 2012

Filed under Hockey, Sports Multimedia, Sports Slideshows

The Minutemen defeated the UVM Catamounts, 3-2, in overtime during the second annual Frozen Fenway. ...

No. 2 BC on a tap for Mass Attack

By Pete Vasquez

February 24, 2011

Filed under Hockey

The Massachusetts hockey team has faced a ruthless schedule this season, particularly throughout the last third of the season. However, only once have the Minutemen run into No. 2 Boston College. That is, until this weekend. ...

Paul Thompson scores game-winner for UNH

By Matt Strong

February 8, 2011

Filed under Conference Notebooks

Senior forward Paul Thompson contributed a game-winning effort for the second consecutive weekend on the road to help the New Hampshire hockey team to a 5-4 victory over Maine Saturday night at the Whittemore Center. With...

UNH, Merrimack have strong weekend

By Matt Strong

January 31, 2011

Filed under Conference Notebooks

The New Hampshire hockey team continued its great play this weekend with a sweep of Providence. Friday night’s matchup saw senior forward Mike Sislo notch his 100th career point in collegiate play for the No. 7 ranked Wildcats...

Special teams responsible for highs and lows

By Pete Vasquez

January 20, 2011

Filed under Hockey

Call it what it is, the Massachusetts hockey team has been a streaky team all season. Currently on a two-game winning streak, UMass looks to harness a sense of consistency for the remainder of the season as it travels to Vermont this Friday for a two-game set. Prior to their string...

Eagles victorious in battle between Boston schools

By Eric Mansfield

December 6, 2010

Filed under Conference Notebooks, Hockey

Boston College completed a weekend sweep of Boston University with a 5-2 win Saturday. Sophomore Steven Whitney scored two goals, junior Cam Atkinson added one and senior goaltender John Muse made 29 saves for the No. 8 Eagles. BC...

UMass Ski & Board Club bus overturns on I-91

By Staff

December 3, 2010

Filed under Campus News

Courtesy Wikimedia Commons A bus transporting UMass students on a ski trip this weekend overturned on I-91 in Putney, Vt., leaving six students in critical condition and 40 injured, according to reports from the Brattleboro...

UMass looks for elusive first win in pre-Thanksgiving matchup

By Pete Vasquez

November 22, 2010

Filed under Hockey

With more than a week past its last game, the Massachusetts hockey team will suit up on Tuesday night for a pre-Thanksgiving matchup against Vermont. Both teams are coming off wild finishes in their previous contests. The...