Associate Dean Kregg Strehorn advises students on how they should use their UMail accounts and the repercussions that could come with neglecting them.
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.
Ben Moriarty reflects on the reality of awkward roommate moments and the probability of walking in at an inconvenient time.
Evan Haddad uses Amherst’s origins to explain how it became an enterprising melting pot.
With the recent announcement that the Gen Ed requirements will be changed at UMass, Nick Milano says that, while it’s a step in the right direction, the concept of Gen Eds doesn’t harbor the right kind of education.
After experiencing first-hand the wrong perceptions about Muslims on campus, Subhan Tariq wants to let people know the truth about Islam.
With the opening of the new recreation center on campus, Mike Phillis says that UMass has finally caught up to some of its competition in terms of facilities.
With the United States falling behind other countries in terms of education in math and science, Dave Coffey thinks that it’s time to rethink America’s archaeic school schedule.
After hearing that President Obama cancelled anti-missile installments abroad, Ben Rudnick looked deeper into the country’s missile defense plan and asked the key question: Is our country protected?
Matt Kushi warns of the implications that student actions have not only on their own reputations, but the University’s as well.
Eric Magazu comments on the issue of homelessness on the national and local level, and the efforts of UMass students to do their part.
Chris Amorosi discusses the advantages of Massachusetts Senate Bill 2028 and the impact it would have on the much hyped potential of an H1N1 outbreak.
Thomas Moore reflects on a summer in Uganda and the price humanity pays for the mythical distance between “us” and “them.”
Writing from Cape Town, Leigh Greaney speaks of the racial divide that still haunts a once colonized country.
Collegian columnist Alex Perry says that if we listen to Obama’s hypocritical and false assertions on health care rationing, the country will be headed dramatically in the wrong direction.
Collegian columnist Mike Fox advises students to take a minute and vote in the SGA elections. He is currently attending the University of Buenos Aires and looks to the example there for a model.
Collegian columnist Eli Gottlieb says that finding a study abroad program that will fulfill your major requirements – no matter the location – is almost impossible.
Brian Benson advises that there is only so much that can be done concerning campus security, and that it’s the smallest precautions that are the most effective.