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Luwane Pipkins leads the UMass men’s basketball shooting show in 101-76 win over Niagara -

November 19, 2017

UMass to face tough test with Niagara backcourt -

November 19, 2017

Hockey Notebook: John Leonard on an early season tear for UMass hockey -

November 18, 2017

Clock runs out on UMass men’s soccer’s dream season in NCAA opener -

November 17, 2017

2017 Basketball Special Issue -

November 16, 2017

UMass men’s basketball prepares for transitional season in 2017-18 -

November 16, 2017

Author Viet Thanh Nguyen discusses how history and humanity is remembered -

November 16, 2017

CMASS completes seven-week discussion series -

November 16, 2017

UMass women’s basketball resets and reloads, looking to improve on last year’s record with plenty of new talent -

November 16, 2017

Matt McCall’s winding path to bring unity to UMass -

November 16, 2017

Carl Pierre is a piece to Matt McCall’s basketball program -

November 16, 2017

Why they stayed: Malik Hines, Chris Baldwin and C.J. Anderson -

November 16, 2017

McConnell chooses politics over morals -

November 16, 2017

Swipe right for love? Probably not. -

November 16, 2017

‘The Florida Project’ is a monument to the other side of paradise -

November 16, 2017

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ doesn’t have to be the best Marvel movie -

November 16, 2017

Thursday’s NCAA tournament rematch between UMass men’s soccer and Colgate will be a battle of adjustments -

November 15, 2017

Veteran belonging and the decline of American communities discussed by journalist and author at Amherst College -

November 15, 2017

‘UMass Cares About Cancer’ Hosts Blanket Making Event -

November 15, 2017

UMass women’s basketball heads to North Dakota for two games -

November 15, 2017

Trendy churches and the race to the bottom

Ben Moriarty isn’t impressed by your progressive church. Sorry. In a world where there is constant competition to look cool, politically correct and ahead of the times, where are trendy churches and other movements taking us?

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Soccer and destiny

Eli Gottlieb, abroad doing volunteer work in Isreal, learns the lesson of taking the path of least resistance.

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Overworked and underpaid

Rachel Dougherty wants to know why, with all the things that can go wrong, students are not getting paid for all the time they work.

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How fair is fair trade?

Are college coffee consumers doing the Third World a disservice by buying fair trade cups of coffee? Alana Goodman says that there may be evidence of an unfairness in fair trade.

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An unimpressive group of Democrats

With the primary election drawing closer to fill the senate seat vacated by the late Sen. Edward “Ted” Kennedy, Collegian columnist Nick Milano thinks there are no stars in the crowd of mediocre candidates.

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Is Obama making the same mistakes in war as Bush?

Collegian columnist Matt Robare believes that Obama’s continuation of the war in Afghanistan could be constituted as criminal.

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I want to major in mad science!

Although she loves her major, Shera Demchak is disappointed with the pitfalls of her science major. Where’s the philosophy? Where’s the broad thinking? Where’s the madness that made her fall in love with science?

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Senator Nader has a nice ring to it

In response to the grumblings over the shakiness of Conn. Senator Chris Dodd’s seat in Congress, Dan Rahrig says that it would be the perfect destination for Ralph Nader, after multiple failed presidential bids.

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Sports as a unifier

In the midst of a football season in the sports-crazed U.S., Eric Magazu takes a look at whether or not sports can be a long-term institution that can bring people together in a larger community.

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Following your own beat

Matt Kushi tells seniors how to adapt to the “real world” and freshman to join a new one without losing one’s identity. In doing so, he tells the story of a friend of his that often lost his. But, just like his friend, Matt says that it is possible to regain what has been lost.

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Accounting for a life

As the health care debate hits close to home, Michael Phillis learns that dollars and cents mean more to insurers than human life.

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‘Tis the season for apartment thefts.

Worried about being a victim of theft? Alyssa Creamer has advice for you.

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The global warming hoax

With e-mails from a major British university showing that some climate change data has been faked, Alex Perry sends a cold wind towards global warming enthusiasts.

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You can’t buy what’s really important

Guest columnist Kathleen Broadhurst takes on The Man, corporate dominion and the orgy of Holiday consumerism.

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Wednesday classes not necessary before Thanksgiving

Nick O’Malley says that having the dorms close immediately after classes the day before Thanksgiving is an unnecessary inconvenience for students who live far from campus.

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Why the little things are important

It’s the holiday season and it’s important to think about the little things that make everyone’s lives so much better.

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Hints of big government

Collegian columnist Ben Rudnick argues that some steps taken by the Obama administration might be taking this country down a path of more government than is necessary in a system that should not be so big.

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Subversive pinko turkeys

The insidious evil of communism lurking at the heart of Thanksgiving must be stopped before it can overthrow the U.S.

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Children or e-children?

Thomas Moore has noticed a disturbing trend in parenting: letting technology raise your kids.

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Giving thanks where thanks is due

Eric Magazu urges us to remember that Thanksgiving, though one of our more secular holidays, has very religious roots.

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