President Obama’s inability to affect a positive change in our economy is having a devastating effect on most universities: their budgets, their faculty, and particularly their graduates.
Guest columnist and former SGA Senator Pedro Galvao weighs in on the side of in-state tuition for illegal immigrants in this week’s Point Counterpoint.
In this week’s Point Counterpoint, Collegian columnist Eli Gottlieb opposes expanding Massachusetts’ tight budget for non-citizens.
Collegian columnist Nick Milano argues in this week’s point-counterpoint that limiting the number of unrelated people who can live together is irresponsible and unfairly targets all students instead of problem ones.
Matthew M. Robare says that Franklin is the best Dining Commons on campus. From the food to the name, Franklin is tops.
Even though he lived closer to Franklin as a freshman, Dave Coffey says that he would walk right past it and go all the way to Worcester. Though the food varied little, the rest of the atmosphere made the trip worth it.
Michael Phillis says that online hybrid classes are a continuation on a trend that takes students away from the real point of education: professors and in-class experiences.
Matt Sullivan argues that UMass was robbed of a green honor by getting left out of Sierra Magazine’s top green university rankings.
Ashley Lesperance argues that the University is more concerned with a green reputation than a green reality.