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Worcester, Student Union renovations among subjects of first SGA Senate session -

September 26, 2017

Three thefts in Fine Arts Center over past week -

September 26, 2017

Talk on women’s resistance to Brazilian military dictatorship held at the Old Chapel -

September 26, 2017

Engstrom and MacLean lead UMass cross country at Battle in Beantown -

September 26, 2017

The anti-Semitism of the Suarez talk is not the way to discuss the Israeli-/Palestinian conflict -

September 26, 2017

No, fascists are not the same as those who oppose them -

September 26, 2017

Political factions oppose each other like passionate sports fans -

September 26, 2017

STEM Ambassador’s Program to expand impact on and off campus -

September 26, 2017

Buzz starting to build for UMass hockey -

September 26, 2017

UMass Tennis starts season strong at Brown Invitational -

September 26, 2017

Foo Fighters’ ‘Concrete and Gold’ misses the mark -

September 26, 2017

Emmy’s 2017 Red Carpet fashion recap: who, what, WEAR -

September 26, 2017

We all scream for vegan ice cream -

September 26, 2017

UMass women’s soccer takes complete control in 3-1 win vs. Davidson -

September 25, 2017

Shaughnessy Naughton speaks on STEM professionals in politics -

September 25, 2017

ESPN author and journalist talks sports and mental health at UMass -

September 25, 2017

UMass men’s soccer remains unbeaten at home -

September 25, 2017

Minutewomen split Pennsylvania trip -

September 25, 2017

Kozlowski’s minutes limited for second straight game in loss versus Fordham -

September 25, 2017

Late penalty-kick goal not enough vs. Rams -

September 25, 2017

No ‘lone assassin,’ magic bullet in JFK killing

After “new information” was released on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Matt Kushi tells what he thinks what happened that day in Dallas, Texas.

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Football for all

After the Patriots clobbered the Bucs in London, Michael Phillis believes that the future could hold more than a special game.

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A very convenient myth

After looking at the numbers on global warming, Alex Perry says that the “inconvenient truth” is simply a convenient myth for liberals.

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Is health care really so different than education?

If health care was like education, most would learn a lot, but some would learn nothing.

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More out-of-state students is good

Ben Moriarty argues that Chancellor Holub’s effort to increase the number of out-of-state students is positive for the University, which helps to expand its national reputation.

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Parking: Hard on campus but UMass has it right

With all the complaining that is done concerning campus parking, Matt Robare argues that, in the end, UMass has done a pretty good job.

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College life and the threat of eating disorders

Rachel Dougherty talks about the prevalence of eating disorders on college campuses and the legitimate threat that they pose.

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Starling on Sex: Clichés come true

Jessica Starling-Jones answers the question she gets all the time: What makes her so cynical about relationships?

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Twitter has staying power

Despite his initial thoughts about the site, Nick Milano says that Twitter has become a legitimate social media tool and isn’t going away any time soon.

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Time to remove the ranting rabble

While the Internet has brought forth many positive things, Matt Robare says that the introduction of blogs has brought far too many rants to far too many ears.

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Letters to the editor: October 22, 2009

Daily Collegian readers voice their opinions and respond to columns and other stories.

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What to do about roommate awkwardness

The Collegian advice columnist tells you that roommate situations can get sticky but, for everyone’s benefit, there is a way out.

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Hate crimes and why funding their prevention is a waste of money

Some statistics show that hate crime legislation has not been effective. Collegian columnist Alana Goodman says that unless the state can fix the problem, funding should be lessened.

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Who will bear the burden?

Eric Magazu says that, with the costs of college rising annually, some groups are calling for a change in financial aid. But, should that fiscal responsibility fall to the government?

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Do not be afraid to quit

Lauren Rockoff says that, in the face of all the stresses, work and relationships involved with going to college, the best option may be to just cut some things out of your schedule.

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One world-wide family

From his older brother Joe, Matt Kushi learns that everyone has human dignity and deserves respect.

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Chill out, HvZ players

Dan Rahrig is sick of being caught in the Humans vs Zombies crossfire and wants the players to take responsibility for their actions.

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The affluent and the desperate in Argentina

Sobered by Argentine poverty, Michael Fox sees how the other half lives in a city that is sharply divided between the privileged and the poor.

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Health care reformers have it backwards

Alex Perry wants affordable insurance, not fines and fees, saying that a recently introduced bill will only drive up health insurance costs in a system with already inflated prices.

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Eat to live, not live to eat

Lauren Strohmeier wants us to eat, drink and be merry without feeling guilty, saying that America’s fascination in weight has produced a major problem in the form of eating disorders.

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