The UMass volleyball and paintball teams will receive allocations to cover the costs of playing in national tournaments.
This week’s SGA meeting was one full of debate and discussion, with funds allocated to multiple groups on campus
The Student Government Association approved the allocations of additional funds for Spring Concert in its meeting Monday night.
Five Candidates discussed their opinions on a multitude of issues such as education, tax reform, and immigration at a public forum Wednesday night at Northampton High School
Former Amherst College student Angie Epifano and two other former students of the University of North Carolina spoke at UMass to raise awareness for sexual assault victims
After approving the installment of the new administration’s cabinet, various motions, including one to increase student involvement in campus improvement were discussed and approved by the SGA.
The SGA held elections for Speaker and Associate Speaker of the Senate as well as approved a recommendation for an increase in the yearly student activities fee in a meeting Wednesday night.
Emotional effects of Monday’s bombing at the finish line of the Boston Marathon resonated with the University of Massachusetts community Monday.
The SGA convened Monday to discuss upcoming spring events before Student Attorney General Matt Berquist presented the draft for the upcoming Student Bill of Rights.
A recent survey of a variety of employers across the country found that the most successful job applicants are those with on-the-job experience.
The SGA met Monday night for a brief meeting that ratified the newly elected SGA officers and drew attention to important announcements for the campus community.
The SGA met in full force with the return of President Kapoor the night before the start of elections.
O’Neill will discuss the past, present and future challenges facing feminists at the 2013 Rossi Lecture on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom.
Alpha Chi Omega, with Amherst’s Dunn & Phillips Law Firm, hosted “Debunking the Myth: A Guide to Understanding Sexual Assault” Wednesday night in the Campus Center.