2016 was a difficult year for many, but don’t forget the good that came from it as well.
The economy is poised to crash similarly to how it did in eight years ago.
The protection of water intersects many different social struggles of modern America.
Christin Howard explores the true history of the United States, a country that was founded on oppression and exploitation.
States should focus on restoring their power to counteract the influence of the new federal government.
The alt-right’s contradictions in regard to free speech point to an uncertain future.
Laura Handly argues that anti-intellectualism has been on the rise in the United States long before Trump.
Jeffrey Ayers encourages readers to explore many different interests and experiences, learning about themselves along the way.
Peaceful protests represent liberty and our nation’s ideals.
Those whom oppose President-elect Donald Trump must unite to make sure their political influence is not silenced.
Host Emmi Beuger and moderator Nick Souza welcome Joe Frank and James Mazarakis from the Daily Collegian to discuss the ethics of WikiLeaks and the impact it has had on the election.
Christin Howard reflects on the results of this election, encouraging young people to stand together.
Becky Wandel argues against the common sentiment to “move to Canada” that is a reaction to Trump’s win.
Amin Touri explains the emotion he felt as a Muslim citizen on election night.
Jeffrey Ayers explains the mathematics behind the Monty Hall Problem.
Laura Handly describes how voluntourism destroys local economies and endangers the very groups we seek to help.
Ruwan Teodros explores the history of the Chobani yogurt company, which has recently come under fire for hiring refugees.
UMass Divest and the Native American Student Association describe the ramifications of the Dakota Access Pipeline and explain how UMass students can get involved in protests.