Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Self-medication through exercise

By Karen Podorefsky

September 19, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Sometimes, rolling out of bed and splashing some cold water on your face just isn’t enough in the morning. Some would say that that’s what coffee is for, but I beg to differ. After working out, I feel awake. Not to say that...

Never Truly Unplugged

By Cassie Jeon

November 15, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Hoping words would magically appear on the screen, I eyed the blank word document. It was a simple enough assignment – four page research paper. I had already done enough preliminary research to type up a rough draft, yet my...

Virtual school is realistically a catastrophe

By Chelsea Whitton

March 10, 2011

Filed under Columns

Imagine you are 6-years-old. You don’t know what alcohol tastes like. It’s a Friday. Spring is coming and you can wait to go get some air before school starts. Life is good. You’re in first grade, you are missing a few teeth...

Is facebook keeping kids in school?

By Ashley Berger

September 14, 2010

Filed under Science & Technology

Facebook is a social networking site that is slowly becoming an inherent, permanent and compulsive part of most collegiate student’s lives. With the ever-increasing Facebook phenomena, researchers are constantly conducting new...