Evan Haddad attends Synta Pharmaceutical’s holiday soiree and wonders about the pharmaceutical industry, and if this will be their last.
The Collegian’s Evan Haddad discovers what happens when the bad reputation of a town’s schools meets a 20 year old school choice law.
Columnist Evan Haddad believes private law schools would rather not support the creation of the UMass law school because it would be half the price of their own schools.
As a recent hiccup by Town Council members showed, the town of Palmer is chomping at the bit to get some sort of new revenue. Evan Haddad, though, says that a casino in the town may not be the cure-all the council is looking for.
In the aftermath of the Foot Hoot shootings, Evan Haddad looks into the man behind the deed and what the military knew about him before a shot was ever fired.
Online classes should not be the fate of higher education argues Evan Haddad.
After seeing President Obama’s surprising award of the Nobel Peace Prize, Evan Haddad says that the award could be an investment in his future work with U.S. foreign policy.
Evan Haddad uses Amherst’s origins to explain how it became an enterprising melting pot.
Evan Haddad reflects on the shrinking portion sizes in the DCs that have resulted from the economic cut-backs on campus.
At first glance, the wealth of summer construction and renovation at UMass should cause concern with the school with suck fiscal woes. But Evan Haddad says that, with the proper management, the school is creating jobs and helping itself in the long run.