Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Warren elected first female senator from Mass.

By Chelsie Field

November 7, 2012

Filed under News, Politics

Democrat Elizabeth Warren won over incumbent Republican Scott Brown in Tuesday’s Senate elections in Massachusetts. Warren had 53 percent over Brown’s 47 percent with about 75 percent of the votes counted. The ra...

Brown has slight edge on the eve of election night, polls say

By Olivia Bernard

November 6, 2012

Filed under Local News, News

Locked in a close race for the Massachusetts Senate seat, Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren clamored across the state yesterday, hoping to sway on the fence voters to see things their way. While many previous polls had shown Warren to be in the lead, a UMass Lowell/ Boston Herald ...

The importance of voting

By Eleanor Harte

November 5, 2012

Filed under Blogs

Tomorrow is Election Day. After all the campaigning (which seems to have lasted years), the incessant television commercials, and the people at the Dining Commons asking you for the fifteenth time if you’ve registered to vote,...

Actor Zach Braff visits UMass

By Mary Reines

October 15, 2012

Filed under Campus News, News

Zach Braff, the star of the television series “Scrubs,” came to the University of Massachusetts on Saturday to campaign for President Barack Obama and Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren. Hundreds of students line...

A Night of Differences: Brown vs. Warren

By Tanvir Faisal

October 12, 2012

Filed under Blogs, News Blogs

If there are any Massachusetts voters who are not sure of whom to support in this November’s pivotal senatorial election, just point them in the direction of Wednesday night’s debate in Springfield. The sixty-minute long...

Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren clash in debate

By William Perkins

October 11, 2012

Filed under News, Politics

SPRINGFIELD – Republican Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren both believe that too many people remain out of work. And they both think that the cost of higher education is too high. But last ni...

Elizabeth Warren favored by crowd

By Katie Landeck

October 11, 2012

Filed under Local News, News

SPRINGFIELD – It was clear last night at the debate between Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren that the crowd, both inside and outside of Symphony Hall, favored Warren. After her closing remarks, Warren received loud...

Brown, Warren debate in Springfield

By Collegian News Staff

October 10, 2012

Filed under Local News, News, Politics

Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren are scheduled to debate tonight beginning at 7 p.m. from Symphony Hall in Springfield. For the latest updates, follow reporter Katie Landeck (@KatieLandeck) and photographer Maria Uminski ...

Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren set for debate in Springfield

By Collegian News Staff

October 10, 2012

Filed under News, Politics

The two candidates in one of the nation’s most closely watched U.S. Senate races will meet tonight in Springfield in what will likely be a spirited debate. Republican Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warr...

Senator Brown: No more “Mr. Nice Guy”

By Patrick Kenney

October 4, 2012

Filed under Archives, Columns, Opinion

On the streets of Dorchester two men were spotted making tomahawk chops and war whoops on Sept. 23. Who were these individuals? Were they sports fans? No. How about street performers? No. So who else could these unknown men making...

The despicable state of the Warren-Brown race

By Zac Bears

October 3, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinion

The Massachusetts Senate election for the seat held by Senator Scott Brown is becoming more vitriolic and contested every week. The debate held on September 20 between Senator Brown and challenger Elizabeth Warren involved core issues of the campaign, in...

A racy Senate campaign

By Kristin LaFratta

October 3, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Cherokee Liz. Two words alone that a year ago may have meant nothing, now spark rather opposing reactions: laughter, or heated defense. Digging up the old, receded, most likely irrelevant dirt on one’s political opponent is the norm. Since May of t...