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Recovering from the death of his best friend showed Zac Bears the importance of circumstance and privilege in every person’s life.
Zac Bears invites readers to join in a celebration of the hard work of graduating editors and columnists.
The astrophysicist has built an impressive public profile on issues in science since he became director of the Hayden Planetarium in 1996.
Data show that underrepresented minority enrollment as a share of the University population has only increased four percent over the last 40 years.
An SGA senator is concerned with the senate leadership based on his experience over the last two semesters. But many others in the SGA disagree, and suggest he is attempting to affect this week’s election.
2015’s ‘Blarney’ marks the beginning of the end for the rowdy tradition, but students faced restrictions on civil rights and the brunt of prevention policies, setting dangerous precedents for future events.
Focus on transparency and reform has disappeared from the Elections Commission’s actions, endangering the spring election, writes Opinion Editor Zac Bears.
Community policing, not a 76 hour guest ban for a seven hour event, is the key to mitigating danger from this year’s “Blarney Blowout,” writes Opinion Editor Zac Bears.
The University of Massachusetts doesn’t have to refuse admission of Iranian nationals to energy-related majors, and administrators should oppose the law they used to justify the policy, writes Opinion Editor Zac Bears.
The glowing performance of UMass students on Sunday night has nothing to do with policies instituted by the Office of Student Affairs over the past two weeks, writes Opinion Editor Zac Bears.
After reading the University administration’s Super Bowl Sunday guest policy posted in a dormitory, one student declared “Welcome to UMass Alcatraz” on Twitter.
Support for new small businesses will encourage innovation and fight inequality, and help Democrats win in 2016, writes Zac Bears.
To honor the sacrifice of 12 people at the offices of “Charlie Hebdo” on Wednesday, Zac Bears says that we must continue to attack political extremism with laughter and humor.
Obama is playing the same political game, and that’s why he’s “unfazed,” writes Opinion Editor Zac Bears.
While the GOP won a slim majority in the U.S. Senate, there’s little change in Massachusetts and a Republican Congress guarantees Democrats the White House in 2016, says Opinion Editor Zac Bears.
Zac Bears won election to the UMass SGA Senate with only 12 votes. He says that before we fight for student power, we need new SGA elections law.
Zac Bears argues that the imbalance of wealth in the United States concentrates political power in the hands of the rich, and that it will only get worse the longer we allow it to continue.
Zac Bears lauds the positive socialism demonstrated by the Market Basket standoff and exemplified by CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.