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Domestic violence and experience of Muslim women lecture kicks off seminar series -

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Students demand bathroom accountability -

September 20, 2017

Small trashcan fire broke out in Kennedy Hall -

September 20, 2017

Immigration policy discussed in public teach-in -

September 20, 2017

Massachusetts men’s soccer ties Central Connecticut State in double overtime -

September 20, 2017

Atlantic 10 Women’s Soccer Notebook: Saint Louis Billikens off to hottest start among A-10 teams -

September 20, 2017

Health care, DACA headline congressional town hall in Northampton -

September 20, 2017

UMass field hockey looks to continue winning streak against St. Francis and Lock Haven -

September 20, 2017

Kuerzi battles through shin splints for UMass field hockey -

September 20, 2017

Palmer, Britt starting to materialize as playmakers on UMass football’s receiving corps -

September 20, 2017

Bring the Constitution back to campus -

September 20, 2017

Why All College Students Should Still Handwrite Their Notes -

September 20, 2017

Loads of Frustration -

September 20, 2017

Fitbits, Apple watches and other devices all have the same objective -

September 20, 2017

How the runway influences the real world -

September 20, 2017

Palestinian women talk about their lives as refugees -

September 20, 2017

Accidental death occurs near campus -

September 19, 2017

Political discourse heats up at Amherst College -

September 19, 2017

Author Thomas Suarez leads talk on Israel-Palestine conflict -

September 19, 2017

Q&A with DKMS ambassador -

September 19, 2017

Finding oneself in the crowd

Op/Ed Editor Hannah Sparks reflects on the old cliché: Finding oneself at college.

Pro-life and death in Texas

“Using women’s bodies as political battlegrounds is something Texas has gotten [too] good at,” says Hannah Sparks who discusses the latest development in the poor state of women’s reproductive rights in Texas.

Relaxing one-child policy a step forward

Hannah Sparks thinks the recent relaxation of China’s infamous one-child policy is a good thing, for China and the world.

Saudi women fight driving ban

Hannah Sparks explains the current de facto ban on female driving in Saudi Arabia and what is being done to fix it.

‘Pinkwashing’ doesn’t cure breast cancer

Hannah Sparks cautions against “pinkwashing” during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

‘Pussy Riot’ shakes up Putin’s Russia

Hannah Sparks discusses the imprisonment of three members of the Russian punk-rock protest group Pussy Riot, and the role it plays in President Vladimir Putin’s “heartland” agenda.

No parental rights for rapists

Hannah Sparks discusses and condemns the law that potentially allows rapists to obtain visitation or custodial rights of a child conceived during the attack.

Beware the media circus

Hannah Sparks cautions news watchers to take coverage of well-publicized criminal trials with a grain of salt.

Unpaid internships don’t help women get ahead

Hannah Sparks comments on the ill effects of unpaid internships and the posting of “volunteer” positions by Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In Foundation.

Steubenville case highlights U.S. rape culture

Hannah Sparks indulges on the issues with U.S. rape culture.

Running in the wrong direction

Columnist Hannah Sparks discusses NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s controversial decision late last week to push for the NYC Marathon to continue as schedule in light of the recent devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy.

American Do It Yourself mentality cannot always work

Columnist Hannah Sparks asks for a reassessment of the American do it yourself approach.

Morals of punishment

Columnist Hannah Sparks contemplates interpretations of morality and how they apply to international justice systems.

Reclaiming feminism

Columnist Hannah Sparks talks about the disconnect between the reputation of feminism and the implications of the movement itself.

Fantasy world problems

Columnist Hannah Sparks says the epic problems in fantasy novels are attractive to us because they differ from our real life, ‘first world’ problems.

Be led by knowledge, not by guilt

Columnist Hannah Sparks ponders the human tendency to try to relieve ourselves of guilt at the expense of imposing upon others.