Nine seats are left on the UMass bus to D.C. for the April 29 march.
The American Health Care Act’s failure to pass shows how activism can have real effects.
The clothes are printed on UMass’ campus and promote intersectional liberation.
Finding common ground between those who are pro-life and those who are pro-choice is possible.
Visiting lecturer talks about Prague Speech and shift in American policy.
Anthony Ferranti discussing the history of marijuana in America and argues for its legalization in November.
University of Massachusetts student Tyler O’Day was approximately two miles away from the Capitol when a man pulled out a gun at a security checkpoint on Monday.
Lucas Gutterman writes that sometimes grassroots organizing doesn’t seem to accomplish much, but in reality it helps make small strides every day.
The event, which organizers hope will spur future student activism, will demand liquidation of student debt, $15 minimum wage and tuition-free higher education.
Close to 30 students from the University of Massachusetts were part of the protest in Washington, D.C. against the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Rane McDonough discusses liberalism and the misconception of democracy.
Columnist Edan Samson gives an explanation for the corruption in politics and poses an unusual solution: paying lawmakers more money.
Later this month, a group of UMass students will take local high school students to Washington, D.C., and seek eleventh hour help to fund the trip.
The UMass permaculture garden has been selected as one of 15 finalists in the White House’s Champion of Change Challenge and is looking for student votes.
On the way back from the Daily Collegian’s recent trip down south for Jon Stewart’s and Steven Colbert’s rallies, staff writer Nicholas O’Malley decided to stage a showdown between the two legendary Philadelphia cheesesteak restaurants, Geno’s and Pat’s.
A slideshow of the clever signs and costumes found in the crowd during the Stewart and Colbert Rally Saturday in Washington D.C.
Collegian columnist Eli Gottlieb calls for sanity in an insane world.