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.
Julian del Prado ties in lessons from international relations to the Olympic stage.
Columnist Samara Abramson discusses the link between junk food and obesity and offers a possible solution for the epidemic.
Zac Bears provides evidence to support the U.S. drone program.
Dennis Topakov explains how current government efforts to increase the number of drone strikes, including against U.S. citizens, are unreasonable.
Do you dread the early wake-up? Anthony Putvinski gives you an assortment of reasons to join the flock of early birds.
Feel odd because you are always up later than your roommate doing homework and watching TV until 2 a.m.? Columnist Samara Abramson spells out why night owls might have an advantage in life.
Mike Tudoreanu gives reason to believe that Facebook is no more than a small phase in the history of human communication.
Collegian columnist Zac Bears states his thoughts on why he believes the current construction projects will be worth the current inconvenience.
Assistant Op/Ed editor Josh Steinberg questions whether it is necessary for the campus to have nine simultaneous construction sites running and the impact it has on the campus.
Op-Ed Editor Melissa Mahoney provides reasoning behind her belief that organic food is the way to go.
Columnist Alexa Jones points out that organic labels don’t always mean the food lives up to USDA standards.
Assistant Op-Ed Editor Josh Steinberg lays out the positive aspects of the Romney/Ryan campaign.
Columnist Emily Merlino suggests it is wrong to say a woman cannot be both feminist and a Republican.
As it grows closer to the Presidential election, columnist Josh Steinberg discusses what it really means to waste your vote.
Does Paul Ryan’s stance on higher-education put Mitt Romney at risk of total loss of support from youth voters?
Karen Podorefksy clears up misconceptions about Greek life at UMass and highlights some of the benefits of joining a fraternity or sorority.
Columnist Edan Samson gives an explanation for the corruption in politics and poses an unusual solution: paying lawmakers more money.
Columnist Hannah Sparks contemplates interpretations of morality and how they apply to international justice systems.