Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Redemption ‘elevates our nature’

By Eric Magazu

February 22, 2012

Filed under Columns

I once attended a presentation in the Campus Center, and, from what I recollect, it was being given by a business that produced quality products. The talk was given long enough ago that I can’t remember the name of the company....

The dominance of Church in state

By Nikhil Rao

November 9, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinion

It’s November 2011 and the Republican race for the ticket to pit wits against Obama has been up and running for a good six months. From the campaigns of Michele Bachmann to Rick Perry to Mitt Romney, a prominent theme has ...

The ‘Higher Power’ doesn’t have to be God

By Victoria Knobloch

April 7, 2011

Filed under Point-Counterpoint

The discussion of whether religion belongs in spaces like Alcoholics Anonymous has many larger moral arguments tied into it. Can something be spiritual without religious aspects? Can the power of ritual and prayer have positive effect even without personal belief in a higher power? Such questions are...

Pardon in Pakistan for religious tolerance

By Chelsea Whitton

December 2, 2010

Filed under Columns

Other than military, terrorism and political issues from Pakistan in the news, one very untraditional story has found its way to the media by a woman fighting for her life and family’s protection. It is a story of family, defiance...