Amherst Wire

The Zoo Report: Flynn Krankowsi on Active Minds and mental health

The Zoo Report: Flynn Krankowsi on Active Minds and mental health

Kacey Connolly, Katherine Kelley, and Chloe Lindahl

November 8, 2019

Tune in to learn about Active Minds and other resources for mental health on campus.

Penny For Your Thoughts: Hookup culture, fact or fiction and having kids

Penny For Your Thoughts: Hookup culture, fact or fiction and having kids

Deirdre Carberry and Elena Babson

November 6, 2019

Tune in to hear hot takes on hookup culture and adopting kids.

PodCheck: Episode one

PodCheck: Episode one

Celina Rivernider and Maggie Yonce

November 5, 2019

Uncover the vaping epidemic with PodCheck

Working out with CHAARG: UMass’ female-only fitness group

Working out with CHAARG: UMass’ female-only fitness group

Abigail Gracie, Writer

October 2, 2019

The gym can be intimidating for a woman. CHAARG helps with that.

Self-Care Tactics for the Semester

Self-Care Tactics for the Semester

Emilee Klein, Writer

September 24, 2019

Students define what self-care on a budget means to them.

Biggest freshman class ever leads to overcrowding in dining commons

Biggest freshman class ever leads to overcrowding in dining commons

Abigail Gracie, Contributor

September 19, 2019

With a larger-than-ever incoming class, the battle for a table has begun.

Why does UMass love Coke? Students question pouring rights at flagship campus

Why does UMass love Coke? Students question pouring rights at flagship campus

Brian Choquet, Campus News Editor

May 12, 2019

Although it's unknown to a majority of students, a select few are starting to fight against Coca Cola's ties to UMass.

UMass Student Food Pantry usage growing on campus despite No. 1 dining in the nation

UMass Student Food Pantry usage growing on campus despite No. 1 dining in the nation

Christopher McLaughlin, Contributor

April 23, 2019

Although the campus is known for its dining, the food pantry at UMass still serves as a main food source for many students.

UMass Dining: the price of being “number one”

UMass Dining: the price of being “number one”

Harry Ortof, Politics/Voices/Op-Ed Editor

April 18, 2019

UMass Hunger and Homelessness Campaign Coordinator Jonathan Lee said organizations at UMass have been more focused on redirecting wasted food and making sure it becomes food for students in need.

Men need self-care too

Men need self-care too

Melanie Grados, Contributor

April 12, 2019

The importance of a self-care routine doesn't just extend to women.

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