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Amazon textbook contract ending in December 2018 -

October 19, 2017

UMass field hockey heads into crucial A-10 matchup -

October 19, 2017

2017 Hockey Special Issue -

October 19, 2017

International Relations Club tackles tough issues at ‘Foreign Policy Coffee Hour’ -

October 19, 2017

Sexual assault reports spike on campus -

October 19, 2017

Californian students react to wildfires back home -

October 19, 2017

‘My Little Pony: The Movie’ is a surprising animated treat, whether you’re a fan of the show or not -

October 19, 2017

With a young team, Carvel is preparing the UMass hockey team to thrive -

October 19, 2017

Letter: UMass hockey is great, but where are the students? -

October 19, 2017

Boino’s blast gives UMass men’s soccer sole possession of first place in the Atlantic 10 -

October 19, 2017

UMass freshmen look to play physical, make an impact and improve early on -

October 19, 2017

UMass hockey sets out to create new program, identity in 2017-18 -

October 19, 2017

Cale Makar: UMass hockey’s crown jewel -

October 19, 2017

Ames: If first four games are any indicator, this UMass hockey season could differ for the better -

October 19, 2017

Josh Couturier looks to find where he fits within UMass lineup -

October 19, 2017

The straw man fallacy: missing the point on Indigenous Peoples Day -

October 19, 2017

Power to the Thin Mint: improve the Girls Scouts program -

October 19, 2017

‘Blade Runner 2049’ has a lot of ideas that it fails to develop -

October 19, 2017

Early season challenge awaits for UMass hockey in weekend set with Ohio State -

October 18, 2017

UMass Professor Barbara Krauthamer receives award from Association of Black Women Historians -

October 18, 2017

UMass wins grant to digitize the ‘war experience’

National project will see grant funds matched by UMass Libraries.

Bumper stickers: a new age of political advertisement

Miranda Donahue looks at how bumper stickers are being used to signify political beliefs at a rising rate.

Changing attitudes spell success for soccer in America

The future of American soccer is bright, argues Gretchen Keller.

The myth of upward mobility

Christin Howard argues that the American Dream is not dead, but does significantly favor those who grow up in wealthy and diverse areas.

Teleportation: good for America?

Becky Wandel uses the potential possibility of teleportation as a means to analyze Donald Trump’s success in the Rust Belt.

American Dream

Ilina Shah reflects on her own experience immigrating to the United States and how under Donald Trump, others will not be as lucky.

A day in Trump’s America

Ruwan Teodros reflects on the presidential election and her feeling of fear that has risen since.

Giovanna Dell’Orto criticizes American immigration policies at UMass.

Giovanna Dell’Orto discusses the social and political culture of immigration.

Patriotism and the American flag

Michael Agnello argues that the American flag should be a reminder to act with patriotic values, not as fuel for biased political narratives.

America is divided

Is America standing up for its values? Andrew Castillo doesn’t think it is.

My reservations about Bernie

Foreign policy is Sanders’ major shortcoming, and that’s a problem.

Clabault: Let’s legalize pot, and “magic mushrooms” while we’re at it

Researchers have found no significant health problems from mushrooms, but many psychological benefits.

U.S. schools react to protect students as the trend of mass shootings at colleges continues

Institutional, statewide and national policy changes are being made to prevent violence on campuses.

American oligarchy: Inequality’s political consequence

Zac Bears argues that the imbalance of wealth in the United States concentrates political power in the hands of the rich, and that it will only get worse the longer we allow it to continue.

Congress must empower Voting Rights Act

In June 2013, the Supreme Court overturned Section 4(b) of the Voting Rights Act. Congress has yet to rewrite it, which columnist Zac Bears argues is damaging to democracy and policymaking.

Kumar, Kundnani and Alim deliver talk on Islamophobia in America

ISO hosts seminar to discuss institutionalized racism

What makes an American

Stefan Herlitz explains what it means to be American and what makes it exceptional.

Apple-style capitalism not an economic panacea

To many, Apple is the quintessential American corporation, a modern GM or GE. But Apple only employs 43,000 U.S. workers and exploits lax labor regulations to maximize offshore profits. Zac Bears argues that Apple-style business practices will not solve structural issues with the U.S. economy.

Ginsberg’s “America” today

Maral Margossian compares messages from a Beat poet icon to today’s version of our country.

The land of the not-so-free

Mike Tudoreanu explores why the incarceration rate in America is the highest in the world.