Peaceful protests represent liberty and our nation’s ideals.
Across the University of Massachusetts campus Tuesday, students organized to inform voters and drum up Election Day excitement. Music blared on Haigis Mall yesterday as representatives from student groups distributed ballot information and directed students to the voter shuttle bus. Representatives from the Student Government Association, the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MassPIRG) and the Cannabis Reform Coalition were present from 10 a.m.to 6:30 p.m. to hand out information about the voting process and inspire students to get to the polls. “We’re working to get people excited,” said MassPIRG chair Julia Seremba. “This is the last leg of our ‘get…
Although current students will likely not experience the effects of Question 5 first-hand, student voters registered in Amherst will help determine the future local elementary schools.
More than 300 students participated on the first day of early voting.
Voters should still vote on Nov. 8 even if they do not want to vote for any of the presidential candidates.
Congressmen Kennedy and McGovern spoke at the Commonwealth Honors College event Hall to urge students to get the vote out.
Amherst residents spoke on who they cast their ballot for on primary day.
Five reasons why voting is a struggle
Republican Charlie Baker will go head-to-head against Democrat Martha Coakley on Election Day.
Candidates for attorney general, treasurer and governor were decided in Tuesday’s primary election
Collegian blogger Eleanor Harte watched this Tuesday’s election results at a viewing party sponsored by our Political Science department.
With Election Day just behind us, we remember why it is so important to vote and educate others about doing so as well.
As Election Day arrives, Eleanor Harte relays the importance of exercising the right to vote.
UMass students weigh in on who they favor in the upcoming Massachusetts Senate race between Senator Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren.
With Election Day on day away, Mitchell Scuzzarella gives some tips for voting in Amherst.
Collegian blogger Ali Strand questions if uninformed citizens should exercise the right to vote.
With another election coming, Collegian columnist Ben Rudnick takes the time to tell us how to be an informed voter.