Student-Town Advisory Board created to strengthen town-gown relations.
Club leader said they want to support both skilled members and novices alike to improve their abilities.
Students made progress in their campaign against the fossil fuel industry.
Presentation addresses history of military-press relations and Crittenden’s field experience.
Celebration will commemorate modern struggles, such as the Black Lives Matter movement.
The department hopes to fundraise $64 million to aid in modernizing the entire campus network.
The campaign has sparked reaction from students on social media who feel that there isn’t enough specifics or transparency regarding where the donations go.
After getting reaffirmed by the student body during the SGA election and winning a huge victory against McDonald’s, the group is optimistic about what it can achieve next year.
Students and community gather to view “The Hungry Heart,” and listen to a group of professionals talk about the difficulties of overcoming addiction.
UMass held its sixth annual Dash and Dine on Saturday.
Lauren Coakley, Julie Brunelle voted into positions after nearly three hours of voting Monday night.
HackUMass saw an estimated 500 people attend the hacking marathon Saturday and Sunday.
RSO teaches members about general car maintenance and offers opportunities to race at local autocrosses.
The 2012 gang rape incident currently moving through the courts pushed UMass to implement more physical security renovations than policy changes.
The African Student Association held a candle light vigil Thursday to remember the 147 lives lost during the Al-Shabaab attack on a Kenyan university in Garissa.
Many said they are pleased with guilty sentencing, although opinions are mixed regarding possibility of the death penalty.
“The Hungry Heart” will be shown April 13 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Center Auditorium. A panel discussion with the film’s director will follow.
Club offers members a chance to learn, compete and grow at weekly meetings. President Tim Kelly hopes the club will be able to expand its reach in years to come.
All money raised goes towards cancer research for children. The event will be held at Rafters Sports Bar on Sunday at 11 a.m.
Masslive.com reported Wednesday that Justin King, Adam Liccardi and Caleb Womack, who are each charged with three counts of aggravated rape, will not be tried until June at the earliest.