Over 600 people attend the on-campus ‘Sleep Fair,’ which featured activities, vendors and giveaways focused on healthy sleep.
The researchers will receive $425,000 from the National Science Foundation to study metastatic cancer.
University Health Services combats influenza with walk-in clinics to administer flu vaccines.
UMass students flooded the Southwest Residential Area Monday night on the hunt for clowns.
An event by Students for Justice in Palestine on Tuesday night featured Pamela Olson, author of a book about Palestine and the conflicts within it.
Barbara Abdeni Massaad talked about her cookbook, ‘Soup for Syria,’ Monday night at Bowker Auditorium.
The exhibit titled “Human Animals: The Art of Cobra” will be on display at the University Museum until Nov. 20.
Visiting economists presented two views on immigration.
The UMass Amherst Student Farmers’ Market brings locally-sourced produce to campus.
Activist Wen Stephenson discussed the environmental and emotional effects of climate change.
Reginald Dwayne Betts spoke in the Cape Cod Lounge about his experiences and “the failures of the American justice system.”
The author of “My Promised Land” aimed to facilitate a civil discussion about Israel on campus Wednesday night.
Fearing Street Festival will be held at the restaurant on Sunday.
Campus groups came together with a goal to register 250 people on campus Tuesday.
Around 200 people gathered Monday night for the vigil mourning the loss of those affected by police violence.
UMass hopes to hosts lectures and visiting scholars in Basque studies for years to come.
Town manager says that ban has been successful with “a lot of compliance” so far.
Many farmers expect need of government loans to get through winter.