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The Decade Series: The Students of Stonewall

The Decade Series: The Students of Stonewall

Caeli Chesin, News Editor

January 3, 2020

A look into how the UMass Stonewall Center has changed over the decade and the fight moving forward.

TransAtlantic Soccer Podcast: Manchester City and Jose Mourinho

TransAtlantic Soccer Podcast: Manchester City and Jose Mourinho

Jacob Robson, Joshua Crespo, and Alejandro Winsor

December 12, 2019

Tune in to hear the boys go over the title races in Europe.

“I’m Still Whole:” A rape survivor’s journey of healing

(Brian Choquet/ Amherst Wire)

Brian Choquet, Campus News Editor

December 11, 2019

For over a month, Molly Hamel's project, "I'm Still Whole," attempts to bring awareness to one of the most prominent issues on college campuses.

Over the Decade: The rise and falls of cable news and online media

Amaka Agozino freshman political science major scrolls through online news site

Bella Damiecki , Writer

December 10, 2019

A look at President Trump and the prevalence of his Twitter account.

Local smoke shops struggle to survive Massachusetts’ vape ban

(Shiloh Clark/Amherst Wire)

John Burke, Contributor

December 9, 2019

The ban may come to a close, but has the damage already been done?

Rep. Neal denies signature to strikers demanding climate change reform

Students march in Springfield, MA to demand that Representative Richard Neal signs both the Green New Deal and the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge

Lily Robinson, Contributor

December 9, 2019

Even under renewed community pressure, Neal refuses to sign on to the Green New Deal or the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge.

Combatting sexual assault on college campuses from the inside out

(Patrick Kline/ Amherst Wire)

Katherine Kelley, Writer

December 6, 2019

More than half of campus sexual assaults take place between August to November.

Tweet like a First Lady: Former press secretary of Michelle Obama, Kelsey Donohue, speaks on White House experiences

(Patrick Kline/ Amherst Wire)

Brian Choquet, Campus News Editor

November 20, 2019

The former assistant press secretary gave students an inside look at working inside the White House.

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