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Pipeline in Holyoke stirs up conversation -

January 23, 2018

Lawrence Osborn Fossil Collection showcases fossils from across the globe, spanning vast ages -

January 23, 2018

Retired professor and public figure, Julius Lester, passed away at age 78 -

January 23, 2018

UMass looks to maintain discipline in Tuesday’s tilt at Boston College -

January 23, 2018

UMass men’s and women’s swimming and diving earns second place finishes at Dartmouth Invitational -

January 23, 2018

YouTube’s free speech problem -

January 23, 2018

Resolutions should not wait until the new year -

January 23, 2018

Book review: ‘When Breath Becomes Air’ by Paul Kalanithi -

January 23, 2018

Charli XCX’s latest release, ‘Pop 2,’ is another gorgeous experiment on electro-pop -

January 23, 2018

Rashaan Holloway ruled academically ineligible, will miss rest of season -

January 22, 2018

Minutewomen hold on to defeat VCU, snap losing streak -

January 22, 2018

America’s misguided war on low-income financial assistance -

January 22, 2018

Blue lights aren’t needed on campus anymore -

January 22, 2018

Cupcakke’s ‘Ephorize’ proves it’s time to take her seriously -

January 22, 2018

Netflix series ‘The End of the F***ing World’ packs a punch -

January 22, 2018

UMass hockey falls flat in 5-0 loss to Northeastern -

January 20, 2018

UMass women’s track and field takes first, men fourth at Joe Donahue Games -

January 20, 2018

Sanzo: UMass’ game vs. St. Louis is a sign of what it is without its grit -

January 20, 2018

UMass men’s basketball gets blown out by Saint Louis, 66-47 -

January 20, 2018

UMass hockey shuts down No. 8 Northeastern with 3-0 win -

January 19, 2018

Change we don’t need

Collegian columnist Alex Perry says that if we listen to Obama’s hypocritical and false assertions on health care rationing, the country will be headed dramatically in the wrong direction.

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From Argentina right back to the SGA elections

Collegian columnist Mike Fox advises students to take a minute and vote in the SGA elections. He is currently attending the University of Buenos Aires and looks to the example there for a model.

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Science majors have hard time studying abroad

Collegian columnist Eli Gottlieb says that finding a study abroad program that will fulfill your major requirements – no matter the location – is almost impossible.

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Campus security and “tailgating” concerns

Brian Benson advises that there is only so much that can be done concerning campus security, and that it’s the smallest precautions that are the most effective.

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The technological fountain of youth

Ben Moriarty considers the implications of an immortal existence thanks to evolving technology and the underlying fears that make it so alluring.

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A Summer of adrenaline

Lauren Strohmeier provides narrative on the summer of her dreams, as a whitewater rafting guide in North Carolina.

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UMass vs. Amherst

With the town of Amherst closing two roads that lead to campus, Nick Milano has noticed that, even though the relationship between the town and university can be beneficial, UMass often gets a bad rap from Amherst itself.

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The curse of the super senior

With costs going up, classes harder to get into and the school over-enrolled, Rachel Dougherty says that taking extra time to graduate may not be an option for students that feel overwhelmed.

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Institutionalized racism in student government

Collegian columnist Alana Goodman brings to light issues with the 13 percent of seats in the SGA senate that are given only to minority members of campus.

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Some healthy advice

Collegian columnist H.C. Wang takes her wisdom and shares it with the UMass population letting you know that classes and personal health matter.

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The desecration of Gaza

With the destruction of property and person in Gaza, Collegian columnist Waqas Mirza says that U.S. support for Israel is aiding in the destruction of a people.

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Amherst’s founding principles

Eric Magazu explains the beliefs at the foundation of Amherst’s history and how they should not be forgotten in a modern society.

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Revisiting the final frontier

Matt Kushi explores the pros and cons of the United States returning to the moon, and what it could offer us as a “frontier.”

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Paying the price for an obsese nation

Dan Rahrig considers the implications of a “sin tax” that would affect the soda consuming habits of Americans, the reasons why it’s being considered in the first place.

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Dissecting the many faces of war

Matt Robare reflects on the various roles of war and the parts that religion, opiates and power play.

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Obama’s hardly hired the best and the brightest

With a bunch of communists and anti-capitalists around Obama his radicalism is becoming apparent, according to Collegian columnist Alex Perry. The firing of Obama’s green job’s czar is just the tip of the iceberg.

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A taste of Israeli cuisine

A surprising strength of Israel is its food markets. The United States could learn from their model says Collegian columnist Eli Gottlieb.

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The perils of forgetting about Afghanistan

Collegian columnist Meghan Boesch remembers operation Iraqi Freedom and discusses the importance of creating a vibrant and democratic Afghanistan.

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Prioritizing our personal dangers

Collegian Columnist Lauren Rockoff discusses her fears and how she over comes them. Some people seem to either ignore or make fun of the dangers all of us face on a daily basis.

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Rumbling stomachs are a sign of the times at the Dining Commons

Evan Haddad reflects on the shrinking portion sizes in the DCs that have resulted from the economic cut-backs on campus.

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