Rather than wholly disagree with Trump supporters, liberals should try to understand their counterpart.
Staff members discussed repercussions of Donald Trump’s upset victory.
Laura Handly argues that anti-intellectualism has been on the rise in the United States long before Trump.
Ruwan Teodros reflects on the presidential election and her feeling of fear that has risen since.
UMass coach tells his players to respect each other’s spaces regardless of beliefs after election.
Host Emmi Beuger and moderator Nick Souza welcome Joe Frank and James Mazarakis from the Daily Collegian to discuss the ethics of WikiLeaks and the impact it has had on the election.
Bradley Polumbo discusses how the Electoral College impacts the worth of your vote in Massachusetts.
Patrick Malone addresses the national prison strike and questions why the prison industrial complex is not a major concern for Americans.
Maral Margossian argues why Americans should remain in the U.S. regardless of who becomes president.
Christin Howard argues that it is more important to keep Trump out of office than it is to make a moral statement.
Vitale and Rampone unofficially tallied 1,395 votes while Josh Odam was elected student trustee with 2,561 votes.
Joshua Barton argues that Hillary Clinton’s huge lead among black voters stems from the legacy of her husband and her connection to the Obama presidency
Isaac Simon remembers the late Justice Scalia and argues that he represented a model justice.
Karly Dunn argues that Donald Trump is pushing women further away from the Republican Party.
Despite leading most polls this summer, Donald Trump is not going to last in the presidential election – but he might have a last impact, says Isaac Simon.
Though Governor Romney was impressive in several of the presidential debates, his campaign contains flaws in social and economic policy.
In a culture that pressures its people to constantly pick sides, Columnist Katie McKenna implores us to consider all sides of a debate openly before choosing anything.