Ventura Perez spoke on American political values and violence manifesting in society.
Congressmen McGovern and Ellison discuss progressive politics under Trump administration on Saturday
McGovern and Ellison spoke about health care and immigration.
Erlich discussed his coverage of the war-torn region, giving insight into the different sides of the conflict.
Activist Wen Stephenson discussed the environmental and emotional effects of climate change.
Reginald Dwayne Betts spoke in the Cape Cod Lounge about his experiences and “the failures of the American justice system.”
Why do teachers value their lives over those of their students?
Christopher Tinson talks about students’ parts in racial justice.
Professor Max Page speaks on the importance of architectural preservation and sustainable preservation.
Journalist and author evaluates consequences of U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Syria.
Collegian blogger Ali Strand expresses frustration towards those that choose the aisle seat before the middle in lecture.
As sickness season descends, Collegian blogger Ali Strand lays down the proper etiquette.
Collegian blogger Taylor Gilmore describes the intimidation and excitement of transferring to a much larger school.
Madeleine Kunin spoke to a full room in Gordon Hall on feminism and family values Tuesday night in Gordon Hall.
From items common in local sex shops to bizarre objects that can only found online, sex educator Megan Andelloux talked about safe practices and proper uses of sex toys.
Visiting lecturer Andrew Nestingen discusses how Swedish novels, such as “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” expose real life problems in Swedish culture.
UMass associate professor Nick McBride lectured last night about the importance between the connection of art and intellectualism in culture.
Investigative journalist David Rohde spoke at Hampshire College Monday night about his experiences in Afghanistan
Guest lecturer Barry Frank visited UMass yesterday and spoke about his 50-plus years of sports television broadcasting.
Math recipient Michael Flynn talked to UMass about the need for a more creative approach to learning.