Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Let Democracy Work

By Gavin Beeker

November 27, 2011

Clint Eastwood’s latest movie “J. Edgar” had one very admirable quality to it – and no, I’m not referring to the gratuitous and creepy aging makeup applied to the main characters. Rather, I was fascinated by its focus...

The lighter side of the Cold War

By Emily Felder

October 26, 2011

Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 release of “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” was more than the satirization of U.S. and U.S.S.R. relations during the Cold War; it was a driving force of social...

In the name of freedom

By Todd Hanaburgh, Collegian columnist and T. James Hanaburgh

March 2, 2005

It is important at this point in United States history that we begin to actually be accountable for the things that we have done in the name of freedom. The actions of our government during the Cold War hurt millions upon millions...