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Mark Whipple: UMass football’s spring game a successful night -

Friday, April 17, 2015

A fan’s guide to the UMass football spring game -

Friday, April 17, 2015

UMass softball splits doubleheader against Marist in walk-off win -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Inside the Park with Marky Mark: April 16, 2015 -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

UMass men’s lacrosse returns to Garber Field for crucial matchup with Drexel -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

New partnership to unite university students and town of Amherst -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

UMass baseball wins fifth straight -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Why “Last Week Tonight” is the new champion of sanity in fake news -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Letter: Appalled at local police’s poor training on domestic violence -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Knitting, Crocheting and Needlework Club sparks motivation for crafty students -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Divest UMass makes strides at Board of Trustees meeting -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Do we need the Apple Watch? -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Jules Crittenden speaks on war correspondence to ROTC cadets -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

UMass pitching staff lifts team -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

UMass tennis begins its bid for the Atlantic 10 title -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

UMass rowing returns home for the first time this spring season -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

UMass travels to Philly to take on A-10’s worst ranked St. Joseph’s -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Letter: Great read on study spaces -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

UMass softball looks to continue win streak against Marist -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

UMass to hold 17th annual Freedom Seder -

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Sexual violence is not ‘normal’

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Jillian Correira discusses the disturbing attitudes boys and girls have toward sexual violence and its “normalization,” and suggests a way to change it.

Why the Republicans really hate Obamacare

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Jillian Correira explains the true motivation behind the Republican Party’s opposition to the Affordable Care Act.

Feminist economics can promote gender equity

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Jillian Correira argues that recognizing and legitimizing unpaid labor, much of which is done by women, will help not only women, but also society at large.

We must end human trafficking

Located just off the edge of the University of Massachusetts campus, Dan Johnson and Shane Adams opened the Freedom Cafe March 25, 2013. The cafe is entirely run by volunteers and donation-based, with all proceeds going to building vocational centers in India for victims of human trafficking. (Chelsie Field/Daily Collegian)

Jillian Correira implores us to do our part to end human trafficking, a horrific but lucrative practice still happening in the United States and abroad.

Universal basic income could lower poverty

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Jillian Correira explains why a universal basic income may be an effective strategy in the ongoing war on poverty.

Marriage not a quick poverty fix

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Jillian Correira explains why the latest GOP “solution” to poverty is flawed.

Still at war in Afghanistan

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Jillian Correira discusses the great discontent Americans have toward the war in Afghanistan and illustrates the cost of the ongoing war.

Despite denial climate change still major threat

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Jillian Correira explains why climate change is still a looming threat to the future of the planet despite recent claims that climate change does not exist.

Boehner’s opposition to EDNA hampers social progress

Jillian Correira explains why preventing ENDA from passing the House will also prevent social progress.

More women needed in judicial positions

Jill Correira argues why more women are needed in the judiciary.

NFL should do more for its modern day gladiators

Jillian Correira explores the extensive risks football players face and why the NFL should make more of an effort to ensure its players are aware of these dangers.

Illegal corporate activity cannot go unpunished

Jillian Correira attacks the “too big to fail” argument used to justify illegal corporate activity.

VAWA’s 19th anniversary

With the 19th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act passing last week, Jill Correira discusses the continuing importance of the act is despite recent GOP reluctance to re-authorize it.

Raise the minimum wage

Jill Correira explains why an increase in the minimum wage is long overdue.

Olympic boycott not the best solution

Jill Correira thinks the best way for the U.S. to shows its disgust with Russia’s new “anti-gay” laws is to go to the Winter Olympics…and win.

Case for affirmative action

Jillian Correira explains why affirmative action is a policy that is still relevant to the college admissions process.

Autism and Vaccine Awareness day

Jillian Correira elaborates on the rumors of a connection that certain vaccines lead to autism.

Canadian pipeline causes problems for environment

Jillian Correira discusses the Keystone XL pipeline proposal and its potential pitfalls.

New Pope, new path for the Catholic Church

Jillian Correira explores the conundrum of Pope Benedict’s resignation and the future of the Catholic Church.

Immigration vital to American economy

Jillian Correira illustrates how important immigrants are to America and the economy.