Joe Frank escaped his Northeast bubble over spring break, and he has returned with a new awareness about the academic inequalities in this country.
Emmi Beuger and Nick Souza host Massachusetts Daily Collegian staff member Kate Leddy to discuss her play “What’s Eating Katie?”, raising awareness for eating disorders, and her unique role in campus activism.
Amherst resident Toni Cunningham makes a case opening a new school in Amherst.
Tess Halpern discusses how small-scale activism needed to affect change and should be thought about more often.
Andrew Castillo discusses how his time at the Collegian has followed him through graduation.
Bradley Polumbo speaks to his peers about life post-college and keeping their minds open.
Becky Wandel analyzes President Trump’s false rhetoric on the issue of health care and urges people to be more wary of his statements.
Robert Rigo discusses the gender norms regarding masculinity and how some who identify as LGBT+ feel marginalized by the societal definition of what it means to be a man.
The town election on March 28 will include a ballot question to approve a bond issue for building two new elementary schools, under one roof, to replace two old, deteriorating schools.
Emilia Beuger discusses her experiences with the UMass Walking Escort Service and why more students should be taking advantage of this incredible resource.
North Korea’s recent missile tests complicate tensions in East Asia for the Trump administration.
If the leader of our country will not speak out against hate crimes, who will?
The media should cover actual policies, not just scandals.
Jeffrey Ayers argues that the president’s budgetary focus should be on education, not the military.
The Student Alliance for Israel condemns recent acts of anti-Semitism in the United States.
“If it is within your rights to refuse an order, you should do it confidently and persistently.”
The Coalition to Resist Trump’s Policies at UMass is organizing a march on International Women’s Day, Wednesday, March 8.