The celebration after Super Bowl XLIX at the University of Massachusetts was peaceful, with over 1,000 students dispersing by 11:30 p.m.
The multinational corporation has given the University a library of 3,500 plant tissues and cells.
In a public forum on Thursday, Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy and two vice chancellors met with students to discuss the events that transpired the Saturday before spring break.
A group of more than 100 protesters marched from the Student Union to the Whitmore Administration Building Tuesday to outline several demands and call for a meeting with the Chancellor.
Online entrepreneur offers insight to students about entrepreneurship
VIDEO: On Thursday evening, the University of Massachusetts Renaissance Center took a trip back to the 16th century for Shakespeare Trivia Pub Night. Five teams gathered in the fire-lit Reading Room to compete through seven themed rounds of trivia read by UMass senior Daniel Kadish and local theatre director Dori Robinson.
VIDEO: Former University of Massachusetts Chancellor John Lombardi came to the W.E.B. Du Bois library on Jan. 29 to speak before students and faculty on the issues facing the university. Christina Yacono and Conor Snell reporting.
The Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success welcomed students on Monday to celebrate African culture
The University of Massachusetts has cancelled two more upcoming electronic dance music concerts at the Mullins Center, bringing the number of concerts cancelled due to drug concerns up to three.
Tibetan monks represented the universe with an impermanent sand mandala built, and deconstructed, in the Fine Arts Center last week.
The family of UMass alumnus Paul Manganaro donated a gift to support the Football Performance Center that is currently under construction.
The newly renovated Hampshire Dining Common boasts healthier eating, better sustainability and a more convenient design.
After interest rates jumped to 6.8 percent in July, President Barack Obama and Congress agreed on a bill that will cut the rate in half.
Alice Wysocki, 88, attended Thursday’s groundbreaking ceremony of the new Agricultural Learning Center, which will utilize the land formerly farmed by her family 40 years ago.
The University of Massachusetts chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha, working with DKMS Americas, added over 1,400 people to the national bone marrow donor registry during a three-day spring registration drive last week outside the Franklin, Worcester and Berkshire dining commons.
Students gathered in front of Bartlett Hall last Thursday to write their lifelong aspirations in chalk on a new mural that’s set to remain on display until the end of the semester.
Next Tuesday’s election will include a huge increase of student candidates
Elections for the Student Government Association positions for the 2013-14 academic year kick off on Tuesday and run until Thursday.
Cheryl Zoll, who took the Amherst Survival Center from the basement of the former Amherst Middle School to a new $2.5 million establishment, is stepping down in June.
Students and employers alike showed up to the fourth annual Career Blast career fair with the intent of filling open job and internship positions.