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Pipkins’ double-double leads UMass men’s basketball over Western Carolina -

November 21, 2017

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

Pillars of Islam: fasting, charity, pilgrimage

Continuing his series of columns on educating readers about the religion of Islam, Subhan Tariq discusses fasting, charity and pilgrimage, and the role these concepts play for Muslims.

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Legality cripples morality

After seeing it in the news, Dave Coffey says that the government should not impose laws on a moral basis. We as a society should be able to make such decisions on our own.

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Walking the walk in Afghanistan

Ben Rudnick supports the call for more troops in Afghanistan, saying that, by coming in and changing the government, we have an obligation to leave the country in a better condition than the way we found it.

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Hulu turns its back on viewer

Chris Amorosi says that, even though networks finally got something right with Hulu.com, they’ve still managed to screw it up by proposing a subscription fee by 2010.

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Even paradise has a dark side

Mix Fox reflects on the two sides of the Iguazo region. On one side, it’s a breathtaking natural wonder. On the other, it’s a poorly-controlled crime haven.

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Seeking the truth in testimony

After looking at a lecture series on the philosophy and science of testimony at Amherst College, Eric Magazu says that, since most of what we believe in is based off of what others say, we must re-evaluate in whom we place our trust.

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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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