Massachusetts Daily Collegian

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In defense of public space

In defense of public space

September 20, 2022

“Rather than treat these gathering places as disposable, UMass needs to preserve common rooms as open public space and not as last resort housing,” wrote Liam Rue.

Letter: Make sure you’re registered to vote this National Voter Registration Day

Letter: Make sure you’re registered to vote this National Voter Registration Day

September 20, 2022

Letter: “Our legislators need to be able to know what you support and what changes you wish to see, and voting lets them know that,” writes Letter Contributor.

24-hour student spaces could counter UMass’ rowdy reputation

September 19, 2022

UMass’ efforts to limit its party school reputation are incomplete without 24-hour study spaces, writes Manas Pandit.

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Editorial: Community, not division

Editorial: It’s time for Trump to go

January 11, 2021

Editorial: Trump must go: such a blatant assault on our democracy cannot go unpunished.

Editorial: Why you should vote this November

Editorial: Why you should vote this November

November 2, 2020

Most young people don’t vote. That needs to change this election.

Editorial: A vow to our community to hold ourselves accountable

Editorial: A vow to our community to hold ourselves accountable

June 8, 2020

It is an outlet’s duty to accurately represent the movement against police brutality and systemic racism while highlighting the underlying complexities.

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Letter: Make sure you’re registered to vote this National Voter Registration Day
Letter: Surviving sexual assault at UMass

Letter: Surviving sexual assault at UMass

January 31, 2022

Letter: “The message I’m receiving is that it is my responsibility. I am responsible for what those boys did to me. I have to dig myself out of this hole, alone,” writes Letter Contributor.

Letter: UMass must invest in the Afro-American studies department to support its Black community

Letter: UMass must invest in the Afro-American studies department to support its Black community

November 1, 2021

Letter: Words from a sexual assault survivor at UMass

Letter: Words from a sexual assault survivor at UMass

October 5, 2021

Letter: “I felt more alone than I had before I reported my rape. I had thought that by reporting my assault, I would receive support from the University,” writes a UMass student who was sexually assaulted in 2002.

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