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Massachusetts Daily Collegian

A free and responsible press serving the UMass community since 1890

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A punishment gone too far

A punishment gone too far

By Katie Seda, Collegian Columnist February 14, 2024
Opinion: “Taking away this opportunity from these three students due to their choice to stand up for what they believe in goes against everything UMass claims to be,” Katie Seda writes.
Daily Collegian (2023)

Amherst’s four person dwelling ordinance doesn’t protect anyone

By Lily Fitzgerald, Collegian Columnist February 13, 2024
Opinion: Amherst’s current law set on preventing overcrowding does little to solve the problem and puts students in dangerous situations.
Daily Collegian (2023)

We should be concerned about our disability accommodations policy

By Brigid Baleno, Collegian Contributor February 12, 2024
Opinion: The recent changes to disability accommodations at UMass Amherst are more worrying than welcome, as the new policy may inadvertently hinder rather than support them, writes Brigid Baleno.
Letter: UMass community, help Nellie get her kidney transplant

Letter: UMass community, help Nellie get her kidney transplant

By Sheryl and Tom, Nellie's Parents February 9, 2024
UMass student Nellie needs the help of the community to find a kidney transplant. Please go to this website to learn more about Nellie and her journey.
(2023)

Letter: UMass Faculty for Justice in Palestine call for University to support student protestors

On Oct. 25, University of Massachusetts Amherst police officers arrested 56 students and one staff member who were participating in a sit-in outside the Chancellor’s office. The sit-in was organized...

A positive outlook on AI integration at UMass

A positive outlook on AI integration at UMass

By Yash Manuja, Collegian Contributor January 26, 2024
UMass should consider a pro-AI policy for both educators and students to benefit, writes Yash Manuja.
Letter: A call-to-action to Chancellor Reyes from the School of Public Policy Coalition for Palestine

Letter: A call-to-action to Chancellor Reyes from the School of Public Policy Coalition for Palestine

Dear Chancellor Javier Reyes: The following letter is an expression of the collective views of many at the School of Public Policy and beyond. However, it should be noted that this does not represent...

How Javier Reyes, the UMPD and Zionists are failing the UMass community

How Javier Reyes, the UMPD and Zionists are failing the UMass community

By Zach Leach, Assistant Op/Ed Editor December 7, 2023
Opinion: “At every step of this situation, UMass has failed its students and unabashedly supported and participated in the genocide of Palestinian people,” Zach Leach writes.
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Self-care should not be stressful

By Grace Chai, Collegian Columnist December 7, 2023
Opinion: “Self-care should not be a monetary concern or another goal that seems so far out of reach in one’s life,” Grace Chai writes.
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How Spotify became us

By Tyvla Abidin, Collegian Contributor December 6, 2023
Opinion: This quintessential cultural phenomenon of the 2010s speaks to the bigger picture of how we let social media define us.
There is no bad person disease

There is no bad person disease

By Grace Jungmann, Collegian Columnist December 6, 2023
We tend to accuse people who treat us badly of having some disease that prevents them from being a good person, instead of acknowledging their humanity.
Daily Collegian (2022)

UMass must value human voices in an increasingly tech-dominated world

By Devon Chichester, Collegian Contributor December 3, 2023
Opinion: “While technology like Zoom and ChatGPT have been creating new norms for how a college campus operates, all too often student experiences are not being enriched, but undermined,” Devon Chichester says.
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