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Worcester, Student Union renovations among subjects of first SGA Senate session -

September 26, 2017

Three thefts in Fine Arts Center over past week -

September 26, 2017

Talk on women’s resistance to Brazilian military dictatorship held at the Old Chapel -

September 26, 2017

Engstrom and MacLean lead UMass cross country at Battle in Beantown -

September 26, 2017

The anti-Semitism of the Suarez talk is not the way to discuss the Israeli-/Palestinian conflict -

September 26, 2017

No, fascists are not the same as those who oppose them -

September 26, 2017

Political factions oppose each other like passionate sports fans -

September 26, 2017

STEM Ambassador’s Program to expand impact on and off campus -

September 26, 2017

Buzz starting to build for UMass hockey -

September 26, 2017

UMass Tennis starts season strong at Brown Invitational -

September 26, 2017

Foo Fighters’ ‘Concrete and Gold’ misses the mark -

September 26, 2017

Emmy’s 2017 Red Carpet fashion recap: who, what, WEAR -

September 26, 2017

We all scream for vegan ice cream -

September 26, 2017

UMass women’s soccer takes complete control in 3-1 win vs. Davidson -

September 25, 2017

Shaughnessy Naughton speaks on STEM professionals in politics -

September 25, 2017

ESPN author and journalist talks sports and mental health at UMass -

September 25, 2017

UMass men’s soccer remains unbeaten at home -

September 25, 2017

Minutewomen split Pennsylvania trip -

September 25, 2017

Kozlowski’s minutes limited for second straight game in loss versus Fordham -

September 25, 2017

Late penalty-kick goal not enough vs. Rams -

September 25, 2017

The necessity of eliminating arctic access

Michael Agnello argues that if countries are serious about the preservation of the climate, access to the arctic should be eliminated.

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Human trafficking is an American problem

Emilia Beuger discusses the prevalence of human trafficking in America and our national failure to address this issue.

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The polarization of American politics needs to change

Joe Frank discusses possible remedies for the our stagnant, polarized political climate

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My generation may be ‘Feeling the Bern’, but I’m still with Clinton

On the heels of Bernie Sanders’ win in New Hampshire, Tess Halpern argues that she believes Hillary Clinton is still the Democrats’ best option.

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Favoritism in the school system

Jenna Careri discusses research on students’ gender bias toward professors.

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Football, social Goods, and choice

Lucas Coughlin defends the playing and watching of football despite the risk of injury.

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The art of perseverance

Gabby Vacarelo discusses how taking a difficult class builds personal virtue.

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Sanders’ campaign: more than policy

Sanders’ proposals are part of a larger mission to combat the power of money in politics.

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Open letter: GEO continues to push for change

Dear UMass community, This year is historic for the University of Massachusetts. We are getting ready to celebrate 25 years of graduate student worker unionization on campus; a celebration that not only highlights the strength and power of collective action but also our long history of activism, mobilization and social justice on campus. As unions all over the country brace for this summer’s Supreme Court attack on us, we should also memorialize and mobilize around our legacy, our founders and our achievements. For some context, the Supreme Court ruling regarding unions could potentially decrease our overall memberships and make it…

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“Would you say that to my face?”

Technology may be helpful, but when is it too much?

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Changing the football culture: What we can learn from Antwaan Randle El

Michael Agnello argues that Antwaan Randle El’s recent revelations show parents should begin to discourage youth football.

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Anti-Semitism at UMass

Jeremy Tibbetts argues that UMass failed to properly respond to anti-Semitic acts that occurred in December.

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No, college shouldn’t be free

Lucas Coughlin argues that although recent college graduates face a harsh economic outlook after graduation, adopting a free higher education system will not solve the issue.

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When UMiss UMass

Gabby Vacarelo discusses how being home for break made her miss living at school

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Portrayal of Oregon standoff as terrorism is inaccurate

Julian del Prado argues that categorizing the recent developments in Oregon’s Malheur Reserve as terrorism misrepresents the confrontation.

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Let love inform our politics this election season

Benjamin Clabault argues that as the upcoming presidential election approaches, we should keenly keep in mind both the light and the dark of our country’s past as we cast our ballots.

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Why I’m not voting for Bernie Sanders

Isaac Simon discusses the problems associated with Sanders’ candidacy, and why he has no shot in winning the Democratic nomination over Hillary Clinton.

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How to recognize a stroke and take action

Jessica Primavera outlines how to recognize the signs of a stroke, which can potentially save someone’s life.

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The hidden cost of fast fashion

Many popular clothing companies have not agreed to ensure safe working conditions for their employees.

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The fight for comfortable living

Karly Dunn believes the minimum wage can be raised to provide workers with a comfortable living standard.

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