Readers give their opinions on the events of “Blarney Blowout”
The police reaction at Blarney Blowout rivals the response to the Occupy movement argues a UMass student in a letter to the editor.
A letter lifting up a UMass journalism professor who reached a student when he seemingly couldn’t be.
Alumna Susan Ashline (Class of 1988) takes on the issue of stalking among college students and offers advice for those struggling with stalkers in this letter to the editor.
In a letter to the editor, concerned student, Kelsey Barowich, argues that Gender, Women, Sexuality Studies is an unappreciated major that always gets swept under the rug, especially in the new construction plan.
Today marks exactly 41 years since Roe v. Wade made legal abortion the law of the land.
A letter concerning the behavior of UMass fans at home basketball games and explaining their actions to young children.
Letters concerning Southwest celebrations, sleep deprivation, gun control and campus divestment.
UMass nursing student Joe Nguyen voices his opinion about the recent government shutdown.
Dear Daily Collegian, I write this as someone who is in no way involved in electronic dance music culture or even likes to consider it music. I am constantly annoyed by the drunken buffoons who invade the bus at night after attending EDM concerts, and the idiocy of such people is a common topic in my conversations. However, I am tired of the University’s approach to the “Molly issue” and partying in general. We cannot stand by idly as they treat us like children and abuse their executive authority. I remember last spring, we all received an email instructing us…
UMass student, Daniel Diefenbach, voices his opinion on Karl Rove’s speech he made last week at UMass.
Michael McCormack and Avery Furst express opinions on student labor.
To the Editor: It was fun to read Allie Connell’s article “Cocktails likely to cause a stir” in the Jan. 23 edition of the Collegian. Although this probably would not fit the theme of the article, she did leave out historically one of the most famous drinks at UMass during the heydays of the Bluewall during the ’70s – the legendary “Powerhouse.” For those inclined to discover the contents of this potent drink, one should ask their parents or older relatives or search through the archives. Back in the day it cost only $1. Tom Wisnauckas ’76
Smith College senior Keturah Williams calls for attention regarding sexual violence on campus.
Letters to the editor concerning on campus vandalism and Iran’s nuclear program.
One student believes that the way students handled themselves after Obama’s reelection goes against what he stands for.
Letters to the editor regarding the legalization of marijuana and question 2 on the ballot.
Chris Hoel, Frank Jackson and Annie Mombourquette outline their argument as to why Residential Assistants deserve a pay increase.
Dear Editor: The morning of July 7, 2005, was a day I will never forget; it was the day my grandmother passed away from pancreatic cancer. The pain she endured during those last few months due to her terminal illness was excruciating and unnecessary. On Nov. 6, 2012, registered voters in Massachusetts will have the opportunity to vote on Question 2, Prescribing Medication to End Life. If passed, Physician Assisted Suicide (PAS) will become legal for qualified terminally ill patients (Galvin, 2012). I strongly urge voters to vote yes on Question 2. Terminally ill patients must be able to make…