The organization spent $8,300 on catering costs for its recent Women’s Leadership Conference.
Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of Womack, the fourth man to be tried in connection with a 2012 gang rape of a former University of Massachusetts student.
Senate members found the statement’s language to be too unprofessional and confrontational.
Jennifer Ryan, a local host, calls the program “a great way to make connections.”
Two men were arrested early Sunday morning after refusing to leave a party on College Street and attempting to fight both males and females.
Organizations work to provide nutritious and fresh food for those who have difficulty obtaining it.
UMass club sports present petition alleging lack of resources, communication from athletic department
Nearly 1,500 people signed a Google Doc after several clubs were kicked out of their space in the Boyden Wrestling Room so the space could be renovated for a varsity athlete lounge.
Gabby Vacarelo urges everyone to try relaxing through meditation
Administration lays out plans for development of improved pay processing, but does not set any deadlines.
A section of Auxiliary Enterprises uses events and cooperation with local organizations to fight hunger in the Amherst area.
Students present demands and tap administrators for answers, additional information at ‘answering session’
At the two-and-a-half-hour meeting, Kumble Subbaswamy, Katherine Newman and other administrators responded to concerns and suggestions from attendees.
A branch of Auxiliary Services says they have become a national leader in sustainable waste practices.
Roughly 80 people gathered outside of the Student Union Friday evening to listen to students and administrators express their grief and advocate for a peaceful way forward.
Ken Reade, director of international student and scholar services in the International Programs Office, and immigration law attorney Dan Berger discussed topics ranging from obtaining visas to the impact of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris on immigration.
Six students speakers and three student groups performed in front of a crowd of roughly 300 on Thursday evening in the Campus Center auditorium.
The dynamic duo talk bike safety, illness, and other stories from the week.
Two men dressed in all black allegedly approached an individual, who had just exited a bus in the apartment complex north of the UMass campus, and demanded money at gunpoint.
Subbaswamy calls student concerns “troubling and disheartening,” and outlines steps that have been taken to begin addressing such issues.
Members of UMass community offer ways to improve the experience of people of color on campus at special meeting of Connections in Color
A crowd of roughly 40 to 50 gathered in the Campus Center auditorium Wednesday evening to offer suggestions for how students, faculty and administrators could provide students of color with resources to succeed and feel comfortable at UMass.