State House and Senate approve item, ending previous dispute
Anthony Maddaleni discusses how both the UMass administration and politicians constantly prioritize less important issues over funding for college students.
Filipe de Carvalho implores UMass students to storm the State House on March 4 to lobby for more state public higher education funding.
Unprecedented levels of debt could have negative economic consequences if left unchecked.
UMass senior Preston Davis is organizing a teach-in featuring speeches from faculty, staff and students.
Check out our Editorial/Opinion special issue, with a focus on higher education.
Hannah Sparks criticizes the for-profit higher education system for the abusive practices as outlined in a recent Senate report.
Hannah Sparks debates the worth of a college degree in the modern job market and economy
Enrollment for first-time graduate school applicants dropped for the second straight year, despite the amount of applications increasing 4.3 percent, according to a Council of Graduate Schools report released in September.
Columnist Harrison Searles discusses the decreasing value of higher education.
Tim Geithner and Arne Duncan have praised the American Opportunity Tax Credit, which gives low-income students and their families the chance to receive tax breaks in college.
The online program Learn Anytime” allows students to take tests and work at their leisure, but it is drawing criticism from professors and students who feel that it draws away from the benefits of a classroom.
Running mate of Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker, Richard Tisei, spoke at the University of Massachusetts Tuesday in the Cape Cod lounge. He discussed his plans for higher education in Massachusetts.
In a teleconference with 100 student journalists, President Barack Obama discussed the rising cost of higher education, healthcare, and emphasized the need for young people to head to the polls come mid-term elections.
Sean Canty believes that a college education is worth the cost – and that money shouldn’t hold you back from pursuing your dreams.
A study from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce has shown that a college degree may not be enough to cut it, and that higher education may soon be need to secure a good job.