UMass to host free concert featuring Kesha, Juicy J to deter students from participating in ‘Blarney’
On March 7, the University will host a “Bring the Spring!” concert in the Mullins Center, free to all students with a valid UMass ID.
The new RSO looks to expand their numbers, welcoming students from all majors to join.
A new RSO plans to investigate supernatural activity on campus and in the Pioneer Valley.
UMass students had uncertain feelings regarding Charlie Baker’s inaugural speech on the budget deficit, education, opiate addictions and the future of Massachusetts.
UMass offers approximately 400 programs around the world, and each semester, 1,200 students leave campus for a number of those destinations.
The app, developed by a former UMass student, allows women to ask men questions and eliminate them based on their answers.
A look at what the Ebola virus is, what the symptoms are and what is being done to keep UMass healthy.
The local domestic violence shelter continues to lend support and spread awareness about domestic violence throughout the Pioneer Valley after 30 years of service.
Both UMass and local businesses prepare for the return of Minutemen football to McGuirk Alumni Stadium.
The professor will talk at two upcoming international conferences about a recently submitted proposal for a new master’s program in global heritage at UMass.
Gov. Deval Patrick helps fund projects on and off campus through a bond bill.
Lindsay Van Dyke, ‘11, is using the power of film to document the lives of legal migrant workers in Mexico City.
Foreign students spent part of their summer studying public policy as part of UMass’ Civic Initiative program.
The University welcomed students back to campus by breaking the Guinness World Record for largest New England clambake.
A look back at alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who remains behind bars, and what’s in store for his upcoming trial.
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.
Some Commonwealth Honors College dorm residents not thrilled about 24/7 hours and YCMP swipes.
Section leaders of the marching band have new responsibilities to prepare students for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
First year UMass Marching Band students get ready for their performance in the Macy’s Day Parade with their close friends
Rebecca Baturin and Alexis Sabol, the two student managers of the UMass marching band, are preparing the band for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.