Emilia Beuger describes her disenchantment with the current state of politics in this country.
A careful consideration of all possible outcomes in the election to analyze the future of the GOP.
Academics Randall Kennedy and Peter Wood will discuss the policy in the Student Union Ballroom Tuesday.
The Republican Senate won’t do its job in the name of partisanship.
Will Keve explains why the late Justice Scalia won’t be remembered so fondly.
Dear UMass community, This year is historic for the University of Massachusetts. We are getting ready to celebrate 25 years of graduate student worker unionization on campus; a celebration that not only highlights the strength and power of collective action but also our long history of activism, mobilization and social justice on campus. As unions all over the country brace for this summer’s Supreme Court attack on us, we should also memorialize and mobilize around our legacy, our founders and our achievements. For some context, the Supreme Court ruling regarding unions could potentially decrease our overall memberships and make it…
John Kasich demonstrates a moderate, pragmatic approach to governance in a time where the GOP is engaged in a political bloodbath.
The 5-4 opinion, written by Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, will stand as a landmark in civil rights law and culminates a two-decade struggle for gays and lesbians to win marriage equality under the Constitution.
Supreme Court justices debate what kind of wine they will have for dinner.
Contributor Stefan Herlitz discusses the Supreme Court case that could determine the future of affirmative action in public education.
Collegian columnist Chelsea Whitton believes Westboro Baptist Church is abusing First Amendment rights and should have faced harsher repercussions in a Supreme Court ruling.
Collegian columnist Dean Curran discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling last year that allows corporations to spend an unlimited amount of money on political campaigns and how that will affect today’s elections as well as future elections.
Collegian columnist Matt Kushi maintains that freedom of speech was not intended to protect bigotry.