Large turnout and beautiful weather made event a success.
All money raised goes towards cancer research for children. The event will be held at Rafters Sports Bar on Sunday at 11 a.m.
Out of Darkness will provide participants with support forum and will raise money for ongoing suicide prevention research and programming.
The grant is part of statewide and national efforts to better equip police to handle a variety of situations.
The RSO organizes multiple volunteer opportunities to feed and educate UMass and the town of Amherst.
The $7 increase to the semesterly health fee would aid in the hiring of new staff for the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health.
Five students from the University attended a conference at Bard College over Presidents’ Day weekend to discuss the campaign.
Deborah Wilson recalled her experiences volunteering with Doctors without Borders in Liberia during a presentation Tuesday evening.
University of Massachusetts food scientist David Sela’s research finds properties of breast milk could be used to improve human health.
The event brought students and faculty together to talk about creating a more sustainable food system at UMass.
The UMass grad student’s studies focus on the adolescent brain.
The money will go toward improving support for survivors, as well as training for police officers who handle cases of domestic and sexual violence.
Emma Ayres says women need more safe spaces to discuss abortion stories, and that her story would include a child without her privilege.
For those in a different culture, the center provides services and programs.
Experts presented research and findings to community and answered questions from audience.
A look at what the Ebola virus is, what the symptoms are and what is being done to keep UMass healthy.
According to UHS’ public health nurse, clinics have seen a higher turnout this year.
The Voices of Awareness campaign allows students on campus to share their story.
Project launches at Hampshire Dining Commons to increases sustainability on campus and in dining halls.
The local domestic violence shelter continues to lend support and spread awareness about domestic violence throughout the Pioneer Valley after 30 years of service.