Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, the new dean of the Commonwealth Honors College, talks about her past history and her hopes for the future.
Dining Services made the pledge following a 4,000-student survey conducted in April.
Some UMass students voice support for the decision, saying standardized tests are not an accurate reflection of a student’s ability.
Volunteers helped clean up litter from Saturday’s UMass football tailgate near McGuirk Stadium.
New England Treatment Access is the region’s first medical marijuana dispensary, and was supported by a variety of Northampton officials.
The club is a venue for the unknown artists and the established musicians alike.
At last week’s hearing, residents and employees from the region expressed mixed feelings about the cable provider’s customer service.
Event organizer Michael Medeiros says the annual festival is ‘a perfect event for Amherst.’
Volunteers set up a table supporting the presidential candidate and pass out merchandise each Saturday.
In her first public speech since the Federal Reserve did not raise interest rates last week, Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen defended the decision but said that rates will later this year.
Four Select Board members voted to instate David Ziomek as interim town manager following the death of John Musante.
The event, part of an annual lecture series, is scheduled for 5p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Concert Hall.
Communications manager for Facilities and Campus Services says construction preserves historic buildings, helps the University reach its academic goals and promote sustainability.
HVAC and solar power usage in Holyoke will be tracked by new technologies.
The event welcomed college students and also emphasizing the need for the town’s economy to sustain itself year-round.
Community members recently signed an open letter to Chancellor Subbaswamy regarding the ‘crisis’ at the station.
A tour guide and a man who grew up in the house after Dickinson help detail what life in The Homestead was once like.
The annual Trash to Treasure furniture sale is one of the Amherst Survival Center’s biggest fundraisers, and goes a long way to keep the center operational, according to Jan Eidelson.
Student volunteers welcomed 7,000 new and returning students back to campus, and did so with increased efficiency compared to last season.