Julian del Prado makes the case that the House of Representatives shouldn’t receive all the blame over the government shutdown—in fact, House Republicans showed an ability to compromise during the debates.
After the government shutdown ended, the Republican Party took a hit in the polls, receiving the blame.
UMass student’s opinions reflect the nation: the shutdown is “immature.”
The SGA is writing to Congress to support the paying of veterans during the government shutdown.
The public dislikes the idea of a minority party forcing concessions on the budget, health care or any issue by holding the full faith and credit of the federal government hostage.
Due to the shutdown and debt ceiling, Zac Bears argues that the game is over for the GOP and broad disapproval is on the horizon.
UMass nursing student Joe Nguyen voices his opinion about the recent government shutdown.
Julian del Prado discusses how partisanship has created a gridlock in Washington.
If a new budget cannot be agreed upon, a partial government shutdown could occur.
With the government shutdown narrowly averted, Collegian columnist Lauren Vincent takes wonders whether or not the GOP knows the meaning of all the lofty political language it’s been throwing around.