Chair of the University of Massachusetts Afro-American Studies Department is remembered through stories and music Thursday evening.
Teams of three competed in challenges across campus during the University of Massachusetts’ spring Amazing Race Friday.
The Amherst College alumnus brought pathos and sentiments gleaned from his professional experience to Fayerweather Hall last Thursday.
The panel discussion, which took place Wednesday evening, asked students to reconsider activism, leadership and their understanding of how to protest racism.
Ashley Olafsen, with the Students Allied for Gender Equality Club, has launched a YouTube series to provide women a place to share their experiences with racism and sexism.
UMass Amherst graduate and Anisfield-Wolf Award winner utilizes sass and wit to communicate issues of diversity and feminism.
The University Museum of Contemporary Art celebrates Black History Month by exhibiting a video dialogue on what it means to be a black male.
Seth Lepore demonstrates the methodologies and business practices needed to transform local spaces into artistic-centric ownership.
Participants were involved in a variety of protests and lectures to address issues of racism and oppression.
Large turnout and beautiful weather made event a success.
Protect Out Breasts will host its fourth annual all-day yoga event Wednesday at the Fine Arts Center.
Out of Darkness will provide participants with support forum and will raise money for ongoing suicide prevention research and programming.
Elaine Scarry, a professor of English and American literature at Harvard University, discussed violations of humanitarianism and democracy in nuclear proliferation.
The six-week exhibition features works by world-renowned artists affiliated with the UMass campus.
Vincent Michelot, director of science at Politique-Lyon in France, offered his criticism on the social and political limitations of religion, class and race in France and how this has caused a recent outbreak in terrorism during a lecture Tuesday morning.