Distinguished investment manager, economist, Harvard Business School lecturer and author Robert Pozen spoke to a crowd of about 60 yesterday at the Isenberg School of Management on his take on America’s financial crisis.
Raekwon “The Chef” has led the group back to the hip-hop forefront with his latest solo album, “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx…Part II.” The album, released on Sept. 8, features guest performances from all seven living members of the original Wu-Tang Clan and has been hailed by many industry insiders as the return of the gritty, raw style of hip-hop that launched the group into popularity in the 1990s.
On Tuesday, NASA astronaut Cady Coleman returned to the university to speak to students and faculty about her experiences, and attempt to shed a little light on the mysterious “black hole” of space exploration.
For a day that was over four years in the making, Sunday’s 250th Anniversary parade marched on through adverse weather conditions, attracting over 1,000 people from Amherst and surrounding towns.
For students in the Five College area, peering around the corner for PVTA buses might be a thing of the past. The University of Massachusetts computer science department is experimenting with a new program that allows students to track PVTA buses en route to their destination across campus and the Five College towns.
After having one of its best seasons in recent history, the Minutewomen hope to build off the success in 2009. Last year UMass made it to the Sweet Sixteen and head coach Justine Sowry has set her teams goal as the Elite Eight for this year.