Liberals should reach out to Trump supporters, rather than alienate them, in order to stop the president from a possible re-election.
UMass and the nation debate the qualifications of the recently confirmed Secretary of Education, Betsy Devos.
James Mazarakis argues that the Democrat’s massive fundraising and spending machine is not effective in winning votes.
States should focus on restoring their power to counteract the influence of the new federal government.
Congressmen Kennedy and McGovern spoke at the Commonwealth Honors College event Hall to urge students to get the vote out.
The Republican Senate won’t do its job in the name of partisanship.
Joe Frank discusses possible remedies for the our stagnant, polarized political climate
Support for new small businesses will encourage innovation and fight inequality, and help Democrats win in 2016, writes Zac Bears.
The Collegian’s opinion and editorial staff endorses Attorney General Martha Coakley in Tuesday’s race for governor of Massachusetts.
Democratic candidate looks to break her recent slide in the upcoming election, but recent poll results lean toward Charlie Baker for governor.
For 30 years, the club has pushed for issue advocacy and now looks for more involvement.
College Democrats of Massachusetts hosts convention of events and speakers this weekend
Stefan Herlitz explains how the No Labels group could remedy the problems of the United States’ binary democracy.
As the 2012 presidential election fades into the past, Collegian contributor Stefan Herlitz takes this opportunity to analyze the fading presence of moderate political parties.
It seems that the big political question has been solved as of November 6. Wrong. For the first time in history, Puerto Rico has a majority vote to initiate movement towards U.S. statehood. Eamon McCarthy Earls discusses why this new movement could face some trouble in Congress and what it means for the future of Puerto Rico.
Lt. Gov. Tim Murray, D-Mass., made a pit-stop at UMass yesterday, speaking to a group of college Democrats.
Everyone knows politics is a blood sport, but America is a stronger nation for it.