The SGA discussed campus dining plans, campus safety and appointed a senator to a committee at Monday’s meeting.
Questions of the report were meeting’s highlight
Split opinions over police and student actions
These articles are part of a series on the UMass Minuteman Marching Band as they prepare to march in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Currently, the UMass Board of Trustees only has two voting student members
Despite big accomplishments during his 30 years leading the drum corps of the marching band, Thom Hannum believes that the band can always improve.
Members of University of Massachusetts ROTC to ok to the center of campus to honor the nation’s veterans for Veteran’s Day.
The international political activism group is branching out to UMass with the help of a dedicated UMass student
Brian Bevilacqua uses ideas from a violence mediation group to propose a solution to the presence of gun violence in America.
A protest on Thursday asked UMass administrators to divest from fossil fuels.
UMass student’s opinions reflect the nation: the shutdown is “immature.”
Brian Belivacqua pulls from history and current events to advocate for the free expression of all ideas.
Two UMass students will be biking from Northampton to Boston to raise the spirits of the local homeless population
UMass raised $200 million for “UMass Rising,” which is the university’s most expansive fundraising campaign in 150 years.
Acting Chancellor receives official inauguration after serving year in office
The Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils at the University of Massachusetts have teamed up to clear trash off of local streets in a continuing effort to repair a damaged relationship with local residents.
TEDx speakers extolled wisdom on leading healthier, happier and more fulfilling lives.
Students provide varied opinions on the smoking ban policy and microbiology professor and Faculty Senate member, Wilmore Webley, weighs in on its implementation.
July 1, 2013 is the effective date for the ban of on-campus tobacco use at the University of Massachusetts.
The Coalition to End Rape Culture is hosting a “Week of Action” next week in order to make people aware of the way sexual violence is treated in culture.