In an open letter to Chancellor Subbaswamy, CHCRC Area Gov. Christopher Earls and Lt. Area Gov. Elena Drews request a freeze of the implementation of changes to meal plans until student leadership can review and improve the proposal.
Collegian Staff Nathan Frontiero argues that the SGA Judiciary must overturn the Elections Commission decision to invalidate the DMC ticket.
A stranger turned Mary Reines’ life upside down.
Brett Hausler, Fellow for the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America at UMass Amherst, provides background on the importance of solidarity among minority groups in Israel.
PODCAST: A look back at the top stories in the Collegian this week, March 2-7, with News Editor Pat Hoff and Sports Editor Nick Canelas. Originally recorded on March 6, 2014.
PODCAST: A look back at the top stories in the Collegian this week, February 24-27, with News Editor Pat Hoff and guest host this week, Assistant Sports Editor Mark Chiarelli. Originally recorded on February 28.
Podcast: A look back at the top stories in the Collegian this week, February 10-13, with News Editor Pat Hoff and Sports Editor Nick Canelas.
Maral Margossian illustrates our “lives of quiet desperation” and our resulting need for a calmer schedule.
Makai McClintock examines microfinancing as it operates under a new principle.
Makai McClintock details how passing comprehensive immigration reform would help, not hurt, the U.S. economy.
Jill Correira thinks the best way for the U.S. to shows its disgust with Russia’s new “anti-gay” laws is to go to the Winter Olympics…and win.
Stefan Herlitz bemoans the health care tax exemption for perpetuating private employer-sponsored health care while adding to the federal budget deficit.
Hannah Sparks comments on the ill effects of unpaid internships and the posting of “volunteer” positions by Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In Foundation.
Brandon Sides explains the work the UMass administration has done to include the university’s “lonely souls” in campus culture.
Zac Bears manages to find an upshot to the insanity that is the 113th Congress.
Rane McDonough argues that the theory of so-called “public goods” may not be as good as once thought.