Academics Randall Kennedy and Peter Wood will discuss the policy in the Student Union Ballroom Tuesday.
Becky Lockwood, associate director at the Center for Women and Community, led a discussion Monday on the prevalence of sexual assault and gender-based violence in LGBTQIA+ communities.
A woman that repeatedly denied shoplifting was later found with shoplifted items and arrested.
A weekend of “extra enforcement” delivers multiple liquor law violations.
The motion had previously been unanimously supported by the SGA Senate.
Journalist compares Trump’s rise to Hitler’s
Those in line waited up to five hours to purchase their tickets to see Fetty Wap, Logic and Tinashe next month.
University of Massachusetts president Marty Meehan and Board of Trustees Chairman Victor Woolridge attended the event, which aimed to take legislators ‘out of their element.’
Hundreds of students and advocates, including students from the University of Massachusetts, spoke with state legislators at PHENOM event.
University of Massachusetts alumnus Larry Carpman spoke to a group of students and faculty Monday about the “very thin” line between journalism and public relations.
Multiple men arrested or received court summonses for alcohol related offenses throughout Saturday.
Derulo will join Migos and Capital Cities Saturday in a free concert for University of Massachusetts students at the Mullins Center.
UMass/WBZ poll projects tight race Mass. Primary race between Clinton and Sanders, comfortable win for Trump
Polls open in Massachusetts early Tuesday morning for the 2016 presidential primary.
A man was arrested after punching a female Amherst Police Officer in the face, and a woman called police after being hit in the face with a dead squirrel.
On average, current University of Massachusetts construction sites have employed less women than the state-sanctioned goals, and fell behind in hiring minorities in the month of January.
Ellen Noble plans to join a professional cyclo-cross team next year, and discussed her path to reaching the sport’s biggest stage.
Parham touched on variety of campus safety points Friday, including that the University has recently checked all Blue Lights on campus, and its working to remind the community to “remain vigilant” of safety.
Democrats and Republicans alike are hosting voter registrations, debates, and canvassing for presidential candidates