The Student Leadership Center is collecting socks for the homeless.
Drum majors of the UMass Minutemen have extra duties to prepare for the Thanksgiving Day Parade.
UMass has hired four marketing agencies to improve the University’s image.
The Herter Art Gallery showcases two new exhibits that define 20th and 21st century American life.
UMass senior Preston Davis is organizing a teach-in featuring speeches from faculty, staff and students.
Rebecca Baturin and Alexis Sabol, the two student managers of the UMass marching band, are preparing the band for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Students walk with University officials to point out safety hazards to improve the school’s security.
Amherst College admonishes Harvard for “cutting corners” in the creation of new online database of Dickinson manuscripts.
A fire in a dormitory on Sunday afternoon displaced some Hampshire College students and injured a campus security officer.
The UMass College of Nursing was recently awarded a $50,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.
Christine B. McCormick was recently elected as a fellow of the American Psychological Association.
Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to compete in the Boston Marathon, will be at Mount Holyoke College on Thursday.
UMass sophomore Evan Jones, 19, of Milton, was found dead by University police in his fourth-floor single in Washington Tower on Saturday afternoon, according to a press release.
Priscilla Clarkson, distinguished professor of kinesiology and dean of the Commonwealth Honors College at the University of Massachusetts, died at her home Sunday after a long battle with breast cancer. She was 66.
Officers from the Amherst Police Department were on alert this weekend and broke up a number of parties, arresting the residents of three locations in response to town by law violations.
UMass Security Officials look to engage public in keeping campus safe
Anderson Cooper addressed emotions in reporting and his personal life during an hour-long talk at Smith College on Sunday.
The Town of Amherst will open its polls for its annual town elections which is highlighted this year by 15 UMass student-candidates.
Next Tuesday’s election will include a huge increase of student candidates
Professor Nan Woodruff discussed the legacies left behind by the violence and racism of the civil rights movement in the south.