Columnist Eric Magazu outlines the problems with the idea of relocalization with respect to democratic society.
Collegian columnist Eric Magazu explains why our country would benefit from an emphasis on local government
Columnist Eric Magazu explains the Marxist influences behind the Occupy movement and the problems with the idealism of the ideology.
Collegian contributor Eric Magazu comments on the new video installation in the University Museum of Contemporary Art and how it relates to the way we see the world.
Columnist Eric Magazu lays out the history of mental health care in the United States and Massachusetts and relates it to our more developed treatments today.
Collegian columnist Eric Magazu examines the opposing theories of political parties on the future of global warming.
Collegian columnist Eric Magazu prepares us for an alien encounter by urging us to be open to outsiders.
Columnist Eric Magazu analyzes why we enjoy narratives of redemption and why we in fact need to redeem ourselves.
Columnist Eric Magazu explains the history of old fashioned manners and their significance in our modern lives.
Columnist Eric Magazu explains how Presidential candidate Ron Paul sticks to traditional American values when it comes to our military, and is in fact the only candidate to do so.
Columnist Eric Magazu brings to our attention the vast array of culturally rich resources that the Pioneer valley has to offer us.
Collegian contributor Eric Magazu discusses the more human aspects of religion and Christianity in particular.
Collegian columnist Eric Magazu explores the history of Shays’ rebellion and the path of route 202.
To commemorate the 68th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks, Collegian columnist Eric Magazu addresses the different points of view on America’s military and praises the soldiers themselves for keeping clear of that battle.
In the midst of a football season in the sports-crazed U.S., Eric Magazu takes a look at whether or not sports can be a long-term institution that can bring people together in a larger community.
Eric Magazu urges us to remember that Thanksgiving, though one of our more secular holidays, has very religious roots.
Reflection on two views of human nature, Eric Magazu offers a third way: the way of redemption.
Eric Magazu takes a look at government in Amherst and concludes that regardless of our opinions on what they have voted for, we all should agree that Democracy works here.
Eric Magazu makes a sober reflection on the nature of social, spiritual and interpersonal change and harmony.