Political rhetoric focusing on future generations can blind us to the reality of how to actually do so.
Isaac Simon argues that the rhetoric used in the 2016 debates is more effective in gaining popularity than the policies themselves.
Jillian Correira explains the true motivation behind the Republican Party’s opposition to the Affordable Care Act.
Reily Connaughton likes Obamacare and states his reasons that you should do the same.
Stefan Herlitz urges politicians on both sides of the aisle to put aside their rigid beliefs in order to fix the U.S. healthcare debacle.
Obamacare is meant to bring affordable health insurance to those without it, including students.
UMass student’s opinions reflect the nation: the shutdown is “immature.”
With dual battles over the budget and debt ceiling looming, columnist Zac Bears bemoans Congress and hyper-partisanship.
Christopher McKnight of the UMass Republican Club argues that Obamacare is bad policy for the American people.
Under new law, students can stay on parents’ insurance, reap new benefits of extended coverage.
Columnist Billy Rainsford discusses the debate over contraception in the United States and relates it to the debate over cuts to University Health Services.
Collegian columnist Shane Cronin believes that all media outlets need to start asking “tough questions” to politicians, and politicians in turn need to stop being afraid of facing media outlets that may not be well-known for sharing the same political views.