Laura Handly argues that anti-intellectualism has been on the rise in the United States long before Trump.
UMass Divest and the Native American Student Association describe the ramifications of the Dakota Access Pipeline and explain how UMass students can get involved in protests.
Activist Wen Stephenson discussed the environmental and emotional effects of climate change.
The campaign attracted hundreds of supporters to demand the UMass Foundation stop investing in top fossil fuel companies.
Letter: How much difference does divestment really make?
After thirty-four arrests and three days of protesting, Divest UMass continues to fight for fossil fuel divestment.
Noosha Uddin discusses the struggles of global governments to seriously deal with climate change.
Benjamin Clabault argues that in order for us to counteract the corruption and inequality that comes with our political system, we must rely on the promotion of morality and decency above anything else.
Benjamin Clabault invokes a shared sense of responsibility to humankind and calls on individuals to fight climate change.
Isaac Simon refutes climate change deniers.
Dr. Richard Palmer spoke about sustainability and collaboration as a problem-solving strategy as part of the University’s Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series.
Jillian Correira explains why climate change is still a looming threat to the future of the planet despite recent claims that climate change does not exist.
Collegian blogger Tom Lynch reviews Noam Chomsky’s talk, “Who Owns the World? Resistance and Ways Forward” given at the FAC last week.
Columnist Jillian Correira gives reasons for why she believes presidential candidate Mitt Romney is showing ignorance towards climate change.
Collegian columnist Eric Magazu examines the opposing theories of political parties on the future of global warming.
Climate change will bring rising temperatures and new invasive species, according to the USDA.
Nobel Laurete Elinor Ostrom denounced government solutions instead arguing in favor of individual action during the 15th Annual Phillip Gamble Lecture.
A recent study published in the Proceedings of the Natural Academy of Sciences says climate change is accountable for longer allergy seasons.
Collegian columnist Matthew M. Robare looks to the heavens for solutions to our energy problems here on Earth.
Kevin Knobloch, president of the Union of Concerned Scientists, spoke to an audience on Oct. 18 with his lecture “Climate Change: Profiles in Paralysis,” warning the crowd that more directed action needs to be taken against global warming.