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Debra L. Martin challenges theories on tribal violence -

October 24, 2017

Discussing ‘the F Word’ with Haile Eshe Cole: lecture on reproductive justice, feminism and gender at Amherst College -

October 24, 2017

Harvard professor talks gender equity and pay gap at UMass -

October 24, 2017

UMass club hockey falls to Florida Gulf Coast on Sunday -

October 24, 2017

Crawford, Yrazusta and Moreno make history at ITA Championships -

October 24, 2017

Women’s swimming and diving defeats Vermont for first win of season -

October 24, 2017

Men’s and women’s cross country enters post-season Saturday at Atlantic 10 championships -

October 24, 2017

Conspiracy theories and the culture of ignorance -

October 24, 2017

Should UMass still allow Greek life? -

October 24, 2017

The necessity of legalizing ecstasy and LSD -

October 24, 2017

On your feet for South African Dance -

October 24, 2017

Canadian activist and Hall of Fame singer Bruce Cockburn shares some powerful thoughts with William Plotnick -

October 24, 2017

Just in: Theta Chi suspension lifted, once again recognized by UMass -

October 23, 2017

Atkins’ season so great, apples can’t stay on trees -

October 23, 2017

‘The Next Iron Chef’’s Marc Forgione speaks at UMass -

October 23, 2017

Record start powers UMass football to 55-20 win over Georgia Southern -

October 23, 2017

Nashville Predators head coach Peter Laviolette spends off-day in Amherst -

October 23, 2017

UMass field hockey loses weekend set -

October 23, 2017

Minutewomen fail to make A-10 tournament, lose to Flyers -

October 23, 2017

DeSantis penalty kick lifts UMass men’s soccer over Dayton -

October 23, 2017

Islam: a discussion of prayer and rights

Collegian Columnist discusses some questions readers have posed to him regarding the Islamic faith. Prayer, violence and women’s rights are discussed so that misconceptions might be cleared up.

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Why you should be absurdily ambitious

Dave Coffey writes about the man who sued Bank of America for $1.784 septillion. According to Coffey, you should follow his creative lead.

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End of the college loan shark

SGA senators Andrew Proten and Azeen Khanmalek take a look at the SAFRA bill’s undeniable benefits for college students, and urge us to lobby

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The case for genocide prevention

With so many organizations fighting to end genocide in foreign countries, Eric Magazu says that it may be time to take the case to a higher power.

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Frozen heads and euthanasia at Alcor

Matt Kushi takes a look into Alcor, the final resting place of Ted Williams, and the shady practices that have been going on there for decades.

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Crazy Christians not just an Amherst product

After seeing a number of crazy Christians on campus, Thomas Moore took a look at Christians everywhere, trying to figure out what makes them act the way they do.

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The UMass administration is not your mother

Brian Benson discusses the financial tolls of the red tape involved when hosting student events on campus, and the disparity between RSOs.

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Meghan McCain the new GOP spokesperson

Ben Moriarty shares his feelings about Meghan McCain and her visit to UMass.

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An exciting time to exercise the right to vote in Massachusetts

Nick Milano advises college students that their voting potential didn’t end with President Obama, it was only the beginning for the power of the college vote.

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This won’t complicate anything, now will it?

Collegian columnist S.K. Murphy tackles a long-standing dilemma in the relationship world: is sex with a friend a single girl’s untapped resource, or just another dating delusion?

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U.S. needs to play its hand right in Afghanistan

With a pivotal decision on the U.S. military’s status in Afghanistan, Rachel Dougherty says that the Obama administration needs to make a right choice if the conflict is ever going to be decided.

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Fight for your right to sleep

After failing to get enough sleep while on campus, Matthew M. Robare says that we, as humans, have the natural right to sleep and, with the hectic schedule of college, it’s just not plausible.

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Letters to the editor: October 8, 2009

Daily Collegian readers respond to columns and other stories.

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Meghan McCain’s Republicanism

Collegian columnist Alana Goodman wonders whether Meghan McCain’s version of the Republican keeps her inside the party’s tent.

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Amherst to tackle climate change

Eric Magazu explains the role that Amherst is taking on to advocate for climate change awareness and action.

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Political ignorance brings no bliss

With the health care debate revealing deep chasms between partisan lines, Matt Kushi thinks its time to finally cast aside our differences for the good of the country.

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Where’s the respect for our president?

Freedom of speech is a great thing. But Dan Rahrig thinks that many Americans simply show no respect to their leadership today, and there are far too many absurd allegations against out president.

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140 years later, Gandhi’s legacy remains

After Gandhi’s 140th birthday was observed, Syed Akhtar looks back into the story of the “Father of the Nation” used non-violence in order to chance the world.

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Should spill-over rooms be a part of UMass?

Lauren Rockoff tells of UMass and its new experiment in spill-over rooms resulting from the large number of people who want to take classes like organic chemistry.

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Failed publicity of the SGA

Alex Perry believes that the SGA needs to be doing a much better job of publicizing their activities to the campus. If they don’t, they will be struck with year after year of poor turnout and a disengaged campus.

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