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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

UMass football nearly upends Tennessee Saturday in 17-13 loss -

September 25, 2017

A conversation with the Pixies’ Joey Santiago -

September 25, 2017

The problem with peer mentors -

September 25, 2017

Jukebox the Ghost take Northampton by storm -

September 25, 2017

Let them eat cake -

September 24, 2017

Three weeks in, and two UMass fraternities under suspension -

September 23, 2017

UMPD crime alert informs campus of motor vehicle theft near Rudd Field Sept. 17 -

September 22, 2017

‘It’ has revitalized the modern monster movie -

September 21, 2017

UMass Republicans feel ostracized in political climate -

September 21, 2017

Irma hits Cuba, putting rain cloud over students’ study abroad plans -

September 21, 2017

UMass football travels to Tennessee for its first Power Five game of 2017 -

September 21, 2017

UMass women’s soccer looks ahead to Thursday matchup with Davidson -

September 21, 2017

Perussault and the Minutewomen are ready for the start of A-10 play -

September 21, 2017

Obama’s hardly hired the best and the brightest

With a bunch of communists and anti-capitalists around Obama his radicalism is becoming apparent, according to Collegian columnist Alex Perry. The firing of Obama’s green job’s czar is just the tip of the iceberg.

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A taste of Israeli cuisine

A surprising strength of Israel is its food markets. The United States could learn from their model says Collegian columnist Eli Gottlieb.

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The perils of forgetting about Afghanistan

Collegian columnist Meghan Boesch remembers operation Iraqi Freedom and discusses the importance of creating a vibrant and democratic Afghanistan.

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Prioritizing our personal dangers

Collegian Columnist Lauren Rockoff discusses her fears and how she over comes them. Some people seem to either ignore or make fun of the dangers all of us face on a daily basis.

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Rumbling stomachs are a sign of the times at the Dining Commons

Evan Haddad reflects on the shrinking portion sizes in the DCs that have resulted from the economic cut-backs on campus.

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Swine flu PcP: Students are in good hands with UHS

Matt Sullivan believes students are in good hands with UHS keeping swine flu under control, as long as students hold up their end of the bargain.

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Swine flu PcP: Scare tactics abound

In a world full of hand sanitizer, Brian Benson advises that we fear not when it comes to swine flu scare tactics.

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Death panels should be dicated by life choices

Ben Moriarty sounds off on why death panels should be as shocking as they are made out to be because the price tag on insurance already has the U.S. half way there.

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A black mark on the entire college community

After hearing that two flags were stolen from the local American Legion by college students, Nick Milano could only feel disgust and disappointment knowing that the rest of the student body would look worse because of it.

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It’s hard being fresh

Even though the school backs it intensely, Elie Feinstein still doesn’t think that freshmen-only housing works and the segregating students in anyway doesn’t work.

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Despite faults, Sarah Palin still shows presidential potential

Chris Russell thinks that, even with so many people attacking Sarah Palin’s methods and tactics, she still has the potential to remain in the presidential picture.

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Letters to the editor: September 17, 2009

Daily Collegian readers respond to columns and other stories.

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The dangers of social networking

Facebook and Twitter can be dangerous, according to Collegian columnist Dave Coffey. He proposes that face-to-face interaction is much healthier than its online counterpart.

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The dangers of politicizing health care

Now that Collegian columnist Ben Rudnick is back from his time abroad, he has caught up on the health care debate. Rudnick wants you to know that smaller-scale solutions are going to be much more effective than Obama-care.

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An issue that needs warming up to

UMass student Kathleen Broadhurst argues that there is a much more important issue facing us than health care. The climate needs our attention and fast.

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Should we really care about Kanye’s diss?

Collegian columnist Subhan Tariq argues that Americans shouldn’t care so much about Kanye’s diss at the VMAs – they should be much more concerned about our history and politics.

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Thoughts from the Argentine dance floor

Mike Fox narrates on the life and times of an outsider in the “real” neighborhoods of Argentina, in the name of jumping feet first into a new experience.

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Ancestral pride is lost in the fear of racism

Eric Magazu thinks that, in the face of political correctness and in the fear of racism, the idea of being proud of one’s race or ethnicity is lost. And at the same time, who we are is lost as well.

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Explaining the unexplained with faith

Matt Kushi poses one the biggest questions to have plagued humanity, is there life after death, and uses his own experience with the supernatural to offer up answers.

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Death panels: the new liberal threat

Chris Amorosi comments of the joys of finding conservative talk radio in a very blue state. The particular topic of choice: health care, death panels and the hand Abraham Lincoln plays in it.

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