This year, student activists have a new tool on Google Maps to help them publicize their protests and find support from like-minded students across the country.
This semester, student veterans at the University of Massachusetts have a new resource on campus to help them navigate their return to college life after military service.
The new social networking website OnCampusDrama.com, which launched Sept. 1, is designed to be a forum for college students to express themselves freely, away from the prying eyes of family and coworkers.
As the nation grapples with issues concerning health care reform, Dr. Susan Lowery is taking the lead in a local grassroots effort through the Amherst Survival Center on North Pleasant Street to address the health care needs of the town”s homeless and uninsured population.
University of Massachusetts alumnus Matt Etlinger, class of 2003, is taking on the likes of Twitter with his own social networking start-up eSwarm.com, in what he hopes will be the newest enduring trend in online social communication.
University of Massachusetts biologist Ted Stankowich publishes a scholarly article about why some female animals develop horns. His research sparks some controversy within the science community.
Schools in the Five College System searching for new means of providing financial aid to students based upon the increasing need for such aid.