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PodCheck: Episode one

PodCheck: Episode one

Celina Rivernider and Maggie Yonce

November 5, 2019

Uncover the vaping epidemic with PodCheck

“Knock, Knock!”: UMass hosts 10th trick-or-treating celebration

Bella Damiecki, Writer

November 2, 2019

What's your favorite Halloween candy?

SGA subcommittee launches impeachment investigation into President Timmy Sullivan

SGA subcommittee launches impeachment investigation into President Timmy Sullivan

Rachel Swansburg

November 1, 2019

The subcommittee will have 30 days to deliberate and submit a report to the SGA senate.

Standardized testing needs to change

Photographs showing the remodel and renovation work done to Lathrop Hall.

Faith Cardoza, Writer

October 31, 2019

Exams like the SAT further marginalize low-income students who cannot afford expensive test prep.

Ask UMass — Halloween

Ask UMass -- Halloween

Rachel Swansburg, Rebecca Duffy, and Meghan Carney

October 31, 2019

UMass students talk about their plans for Halloween.

Everything you need to know about Halloween 2019 at UMass

(Rachel Symes/ Amherst Wire)

Bella Damiecki, Writer

October 31, 2019

Celebrate the last Halloween of the decade right.

Beacon Hill is beginning to look like Capitol Hill

(Kathy92648/Wikimedia Commons)

Vincent Rossi, Writer

October 31, 2019

Last week, a series of bills were proposed by state representatives, senators and Boston city councilors that were pretty embarrassing, to say the least.

Bead with me at the Josephine White Eagle Cultural Center 

Students working together to bead a lanyard.

Brie Bristol, Writer

October 30, 2019

The JWECC highlights the importance of Native art, culture and relaxation

Homecoming: what exactly is it?

Homecoming: what exactly is it?

Abigail Gracie, Writer

October 28, 2019

We were “Proud & Loud” even though we didn’t know what it was.

Breaking down stereotypes one film at a time

Breaking down stereotypes one film at a time

Emilee Klein, Writer

October 28, 2019

The Asian American Film Festival focuses on the relationship between Asian Americans and gender.

SGA’s Sonya Epstein works to create a more just UMass

SGA's Sonya Epstein works to create a more just UMass

Rebecca Duffy, Writer

October 23, 2019

The secretary wants to use their voice to uplift others on a campus they love.

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