Jeremy Tibbetts argues that UMass failed to properly respond to anti-Semitic acts that occurred in December.
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.
Gabby Vacarelo discusses how being home for break made her miss living at school
Julian del Prado argues that categorizing the recent developments in Oregon’s Malheur Reserve as terrorism misrepresents the confrontation.
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.
Jessica Primavera outlines how to recognize the signs of a stroke, which can potentially save someone’s life.
Francis Schulze discusses the lessons that Americans should take from Haitian society.
Isaac Simon details how the popular app perpetuates laziness, social intimidation and sexual objectification.
Lucas Coughlin explains why, in the wake of violent attacks such as that on Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs, public rhetoric must be separated from the actions of the individual.
Will Keve argues that Black Friday shoppers shouldn’t be stigmatized.
Noosha Uddin discusses the struggles of global governments to seriously deal with climate change.
The three-year 2012 gang rape case reached a conclusion in criminal court Monday, but Mark Chiarelli writes that its lessons must not be forgotten.
Johnny McCabe explains how comic book characters, especially in their latest on-screen manifestations, are often used as vehicles to explore difficult topics.
Benjamin Clabault explains why, in the war against ISIS, the U.S. still must maintain compassion for both civilians in ISIS territory, as well as refugees.
The governor said Monday that he’s not interested in accepting Syrian refugees in the state of Massachusetts.
Carly Korman discusses the SJP and its uneasy role at the recent Million Student March