Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Tess Halpern
Tess Halpern is the head editor of the Opinion and Editorial section at the Massachusetts Daily Collegian. She is a senior English major with a double minor in political science and sociology, and this is her fourth year at the Collegian. She began writing for OpEd during her freshman year, and as a columnist she mostly enjoyed writing about national politics and telling personal stories.

Tess Halpern, Opinion & Editorial Editor

Dec 04, 2017
Befreie die Frau, nicht nur die Brustwarze (Story)
Nov 02, 2017
Free the woman, not just the ‘nip’ (Story)
Oct 12, 2017
Free speech: protect yourself by protecting others (Story)
Sep 12, 2017
Gender-inclusive restrooms should take precedence over the state plumbing code (Story)
Sep 07, 2017
Monuments to the past reflecting the present (Story)
Jun 24, 2017
Whose American Dream? (Story)
Apr 20, 2017
Online shopping may be easy, but retail stores are feeling the effects (Story)
Apr 06, 2017
It’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Fox News is celebrating (Story)
Mar 27, 2017
Make small-scale activism sexy again (Story)
Mar 06, 2017
Don’t give the president an “A for effort” (Story)
Feb 06, 2017
Patriots and politics: when your idols are exposed (Story)
Jan 26, 2017
This is what democracy looks like (Story)
Dec 05, 2016
Use words to describe, not diminish (Story)
Nov 14, 2016
Hatred is not a punchline (Story)
Oct 17, 2016
Racism in the criminal justice system (Story)
Oct 03, 2016
Third-party candidates should be allowed to debate (Story)
Sep 15, 2016
15 years later, remembering September 11 (Story)
Sep 13, 2016
Objectification of Athletes: An Issue Across Gender Lines (Story)
Apr 13, 2016
The triggering: We need a productive conversation about political correctness (Story)
Mar 30, 2016
Political protests and personal jabs: Just the tip of the iceberg (Story)
Mar 09, 2016
Women’s beauty standards: Recreation Center edition (Story)
Feb 24, 2016
A response to my second lockdown in two years (Story)
Feb 10, 2016
My generation may be ‘Feeling the Bern’, but I’m still with Clinton (Story)