Staff members discussed repercussions of Donald Trump’s upset victory.
Hundreds of students marched from the Student Union to Whitmore in a demonstration Wednesday.
Protestors walked from the Student Union to Whitmore on Wednesday to deliver letters for a “sanctuary campus.” Photos by Jessica Picard, Caroline O’Connor, Aakanksha Gupta and Judith Gibson-Okunieff.
Gender Liberation Union organizers discuss progress made over the past day.
The UMass Old Chapel is set to reopen later this fall after its $21 million renovation.
Panel held Monday night discusses ways racism and expectations regarding masculinity affect men of color
Twenty-five people gathered in the Latin American Cultural Center to talk about issues men of color face in dealing with their masculinity.
The event was sponsored by Student Affairs and Campus Life and the International Programs Office.
Amherst Regional High School students and community members marched to Amherst Common after the election of Trump Monday afternoon.
GLU demands speedy implementation of campus-wide gender-neutral bathrooms as 150 participate.
Giovanna Dell’Orto discusses the social and political culture of immigration.
The crowd stressed unity and action in the wake of election results.
Students around campus express their thoughts on Trump’s victory, the outcome of Question 2 and the outcome of Question 4.
The fundraiser for 10-year-old Amherst resident Bill Chu will be held on Saturday from 12 to 4 p.m.
Another protest to be held on Friday in solidarity with demonstrators at Temple University.
Across the University of Massachusetts campus Tuesday, students organized to inform voters and drum up Election Day excitement. Music blared on Haigis Mall yesterday as representatives from student groups distributed ballot information and directed students to the voter shuttle bus. Representatives from the Student Government Association, the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MassPIRG) and the Cannabis Reform Coalition were present from 10 a.m.to 6:30 p.m. to hand out information about the voting process and inspire students to get to the polls. “We’re working to get people excited,” said MassPIRG chair Julia Seremba. “This is the last leg of our ‘get…
Shocked at results from swing states, five students expressed their shock at seeing a candidate they never took seriously take a tremendous lead.
Student voters share their thoughts on presidential candidates.
Four UMass professors and one off-campus professor to share views on God Wednesday in Mahar Auditorium.
Although current students will likely not experience the effects of Question 5 first-hand, student voters registered in Amherst will help determine the future local elementary schools.