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Pack the court, pass gun reform

By Jeremy Brum , Collegian Columnist April 6, 2021
Opinion: The ongoing Second Amendment discourse distracts from our ability to pass gun control legislation.
Satire: Not everyone can sing, UMass

Satire: Not everyone can sing, UMass

By N. O. Melody April 1, 2021
Opinion: Singing is hard. Getting punished for spreading COVID shouldn’t be.
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Satire: The University must lock students in dorms to achieve herd immunity on campus

April 1, 2021
The campus community to take on a laissez-faire approach to COVID-19
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주 정부의 백신 타임 라인은 불공평할 수 밖에 없다.

By Lily Robinson, Sarah Selin Kim, and Wooseong Kwon March 26, 2021

코로나바이러스 자격에 따른 백신 타임라인이 마침내 매사추세츠에도 배포되었다. 이 정보는 많은 사람들이 갈망해 온 투명성을 제공하지만, 백신 제공에...

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The state vaccine timeline is unfair, and that’s okay

By Lily Robinson, Collegian Columnist March 24, 2021
Opinion: A vaccine timeline is here and so are intensified feelings of vaccine envy and guilt. Our response is important.
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Give yourself a pat on the back — 2020 is over

By Max Schwartz, Collegian Columnist March 23, 2021
Opinion: Take a moment to recognize how far we have all come.
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Stop arguing over Justice Breyer’s retirement

By Catherine Hurley, Collegian Columnist March 22, 2021
Opinion: Supreme Court justices shouldn’t retire due to political pressure, writes Catherine Hurley.
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Letter: UMass should adopt the Survivor’s Bill of Rights

By Letter Contributors March 19, 2021
If you believe survivors, vote YES on the Survivor’s Bill of Rights referendum.
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UMass needs to host more in-person events

By Josh Lewis, Collegian Contributor March 18, 2021
Opinion: “If there are no school-sponsored social events, students will gather anyways."
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State and local government can fill the gaps left by federal inaction

By Benjamin Schnurr, Collegian Columnist March 17, 2021

Even with the recent passage of President Biden’s relief package, gridlock still defines the top levels of government. Democrats were only able to pass the stimulus with the narrowest of majorities and...

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Stop ignoring anti-Asian hate crimes

By Srija Nagireddy , Collegian Columnist March 16, 2021
Opinion: The attacks on Americans of Asian descent never went away, they went ignored.
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