Nicholas Carr Bergstein, 20, a history major, died unexpectedly of a sudden illness Tuesday.
Donations will go toward the International Medical Corps and the Help Nepal Network.
Written by several student groups on campus, the bill aims to assist and protect survivors of sexual/gender-based assault, violence and rape.
Celebration will commemorate modern struggles, such as the Black Lives Matter movement.
UMass held its sixth annual Dash and Dine on Saturday.
Timeflies, Hoodie Allen and Chance the Rapper revealed as performers for April 19
Get to know your presidential, vice presidential and student trustee candidates for the 2015 Student Government Association election.
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian’s live coverage of Super Bowl XLIX on the University of Massachusetts campus.
Damage was found in Totman Gym, Goessman Lab and the Graduate Research Center according to a UMPD email.
There was a report of two thefts on floors 12 and 20 of the W.E.B. Du Bois Library on Wednesday afternoon.
The event will feature Dr. Pierre Rouzier as he shares his experienced of working the 2014 Boston Marathon one year after the 2013 bombings.
Results show that Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley is a favorite in both the Democratic primary and the general election.
Today’s news and opinion sections are completely devoted to coverage of the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings.
A poll conducted at the Western New England University Polling Institute shows public opinion concerning Boston following the marathon bombings.
Protest planned for Wednesday at 12:15 pm
The Massachusetts governor will be the featured speaker on the May 9 commencement.
Currently the interim vice chancellor of student affairs and campus life, Gelaye, was named to the permanent position on Wednesday.
Two finalists for the position will come to UMass next week to take part in presentations for the campus community.
Isenberg graduated from UMass with a degree in economics in 1950 and later donated $6 million to the school, earning the right to have the School of Management named for him.
The review will evaluate the University and town’s handling of the “Blarney Blowout,” with the aim of developing improved strategies for preventing similar crowd-related disturbances.