Collegian columnist Nick Milano suggests that the University could do better with its commencement speaker choice.
New York Times columnist David Brooks thinks that the rich work harder than the poor. Massachusetts Daily Collegian columnist Nick Milano thinks Brooks could use a few hours of manual labor at minimum wage.
Nick Milano has a long history of being involved in the Roman Catholic Church and because of the recent scandal affecting the Church, he is beginning to lose faith.
Nick Milano wants to keep casinos out of Massachusetts and wants to invite more job-creating industries into the state, instead – particularly ones that promotes environmental sustainability.
Nick Milano was a fan of Obama when he first saw the politician in action. Now that he has gained the nation’s highest office, disappointment has started to creep in.
Collegian columnist Nick Milano believes that the addition of a farmer’s market to the UMass campus would bring the student body closer together.
There are certain things you should know. Nick Milano knows them and wishes he knew them sooner. This knowledge has been imparted on you!
Collegian columnist Nick Milano, inspired by President Obama’s recent meeting with House Republicans, thinks the U.S. Congress should adopt the parliamentary tradition of Question Time.
Nick Milano believes that an influx of concert events outside of the Integrated Sciences Building could bolster student interaction.
Nick Milano begins his series on the student body population and extra curricular activities for cohesiveness at UMass.
Collegian columnist Nick Milano argues in this week’s point-counterpoint that limiting the number of unrelated people who can live together is irresponsible and unfairly targets all students instead of problem ones.
Collegian columnist Nick Milano says that it took him at least three years to appreciate UMass. Then, he took two classes at Amherst College and all the progress he made was put into question by their superior institution.
With President Obama’s State of the Union address coming this week, the Collegian’s Nick Milano has some advice for him. First and foremost is ending the experiment in bipartisanship.
UMass has decided to shorten its winter break and because of this change, according to Nick Milano, they have hurt the five college system.
Nick Milano writes to the Greatest Golfer Ever, telling him that, with the recent fiasco over his personal life, he has forever lost his pristine public image.
With the primary election drawing closer to fill the senate seat vacated by the late Sen. Edward “Ted” Kennedy, Collegian columnist Nick Milano thinks there are no stars in the crowd of mediocre candidates.
After hearing about a student being assaulted on one of the high floors of the W.E.B. Du Bois library, Nick Milano looks into the issues that arise with UMass’ signature building.
This is what General McChrystal is facing. He needs to implement a counterinsurgency strategy that can succeed in winning over the population.
With UMass targeting out-of-state students and shift to the operation of a private school, Nick Milano says that UMass has drifted away from what its true mission should be: a public school for Massachusetts.
There are simple reasons why Halloween is so fun. Here are some of them and a little history too.