Tess Halpern recalls how last week’s lockdown resurfaced her feelings of campus insecurity and argues that more guns are not the solution.
Jenna Careri explains the significance of the New York Times’ editorial on the gun epidemic.
In light of Oregon shootings, students are asked if they feel safe at UMass.
Nicholas Pappas outlines how the liberal push for gun control is rendered ineffective by politicians who know very little about the nature of guns; moreover, they ignore the rich culture in which guns have played an integral part.
Letters concerning Southwest celebrations, sleep deprivation, gun control and campus divestment.
Brian Bevilacqua uses ideas from a violence mediation group to propose a solution to the presence of gun violence in America.
Michael Ball exposes key flaws in the popular case for gun control.
A recent UMass Poll analyzes American thoughts on gun control, immigration, the federal minimum wage, and the effectiveness of government officials.
The members of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority held an open discussion Wednesday night at the Malcolm X Center.
“Gun rights activists, and in Massachusetts even gun owners, bear an unfortunate and negative stigma that often leads to the dismissal of their views and experiences of having any value.”
Stefan Herlitz argues that the solution to mass violence is not gun control, but better mental health care and cultural change.
Collegian contributor Michael Ball argues that emotions get in the way of safe gun policies on college campuses.