Writing’s ability to communicate the often wacky experiences life throws around has helped Collegian columnist Mike Fox squeeze everything he could out of his time here at UMass.
Collegian columnist Mike Fox asks us all to stop being so lazy and start being aware of the dire financial straits our dear university has found itself in as of late.
After traveling abroad, many students are overwhelmed by their experiences. Collegian columnist Mike Fox seeks some closure while reflecting on his last trip to Argentina.
Mike Fox, a Collegian columnist and UMass’ Student Trustee, wants you to vote in the Student Government Association elections this week.
The Government caught the flu and needs a good spa treatment to get rid if its new free radicals.
For Collegian columnist Mike Fox, the trial of Russian national Mikhail Khodorkovsky highlights political problems here in America.
Collegian columnist and Student Trustee Michael Fox tells us why we should reelect Deval Patrick in November.
Collegian columnist Mike Fox discusses how his Jewish faith has permeated his college life. Between afterschool Jewish youth programs to a trip to Argentina, he’s done some serious soul searching.
Collegian columnist Daniel Stratford thinks being in school is less stressful than summer break. Writing papers and taking exams beats working at a crummy job or unpaid internship.
Collegian columnist Mike Fox argues that Antonio’s is the place to be and has the best food to eat.
Participants reflected on what the Holocaust has meant to society, and the lingering impact it has left, at an event in the Campus Center Reading Room last night to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Columnist Mike Fox believes that a university should help shape students into intelligent young adults. A university shouldn’t be trying to leave black marks on student records, and that is what ours is doing.
Mike Fox reminds us that education and the inspiration to learn are fundamental in the quest to better one’s self and one’s country.
Columnist Michael Fox believes that public universities need to make sure that people understand how our government works, and by doing this, it will result in more fact oriented beliefs.
The recent tragedy in Haiti was analyzed from a historical and academic viewpoint on Friday afternoon by students, faculty, and members of the community. The conference, titled “Haiti: Not (just) a Natural Disaster/ Solidarity with Haiti”, was organized by the Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies.
While on a recent trip to New York City, Collegian columnist Mike Fox thought about the high-school classic “The Catcher in the Rye” in memory of the novel’s author J.D. Salinger who died last week.
Michael Fox is leaving Argentina for America and has had the time of his life.
Mike Fox relates his journey through the Argentine desert in search of knowledge and memory.