Massachusetts Daily Collegian

UMass attendance policies are sick

UMass attendance policies are sick

By Sophie Allen, Collegian Contributor

October 8, 2018


Filed under Archives, Campus, Columns, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines

Grading attendance encourages unhealthy student behavior.

The ‘Grab and Go’ system needs adjustment

The ‘Grab and Go’ system needs adjustment

By Jake Russian, Collegian Columnist

October 8, 2018


Filed under Archives, Campus, Columns, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines

‘Grab and Go’ options should reflect UMass’ #1 dining status.

The dangers of an online echo chamber

The dangers of an online echo chamber

By Chloe Lindahl, Collegian Columnist

October 3, 2018


Filed under Archives, Columns, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines

You won’t see news that contradicts your viewpoint.

Is digital photography making photographs less meaningful?

Is digital photography making photographs less meaningful?

By Rithika Sentilkumar, Collegian Columnist

October 3, 2018


Filed under Archives, Columns, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines

The abundance and purpose of digital photography is affecting the significance of the images we capture.

At Washington Tower, elevator safety is in doubt

At Washington Tower, elevator safety is in doubt

By Kacey Connolly, Collegian Contributor

October 2, 2018


Filed under Archives, Campus, Columns, Headlines, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines, Student Life

Elevator incidents need to be taken seriously by the University.

Should state schools have acceptance quotas for out-of-state students?

Should state schools have acceptance quotas for out-of-state students?

By David Geddes, Collegian Columnist

October 2, 2018


Filed under Archives, Columns, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines

Lopsided enrollment of out-of-state students is a bad investment.

Letter: Why voting ‘yes’ on Question 3 is crucial to Massachusetts’ future

Letter: Why voting ‘yes’ on Question 3 is crucial to Massachusetts’ future

By Opinion and Editorial Staff

October 2, 2018


Filed under Archives, Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines

Opponents are using scare tactics to peddle fear about the impact of transgender anti-discrimination laws.

Too many people are going to college

Too many people are going to college

By Greg Fournier, Collegian Columnist

October 1, 2018


Filed under Archives, Columns, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines

With the student debt crisis looming, more students should consider vocational training.