Massachusetts Attorney General meets with members of the community on Sunday as part of her campaign for the Democratic candidate for governor.
Five Candidates discussed their opinions on a multitude of issues such as education, tax reform, and immigration at a public forum Wednesday night at Northampton High School
The UMass Donahue Institute (UMDI) analyzes the economic effects of sequestration cuts on Massachusetts in a first-in-the-nation study
During a recent visit to campus, Sen. Warren toured the Life Science Laboratories and participated in a roundtable discussion with student leaders about the affordability of higher education.
The additional funding would continue to freeze tuition and fees for students, furthering UMass President Robert Caret’s 50-50 plan
UMass senior Preston Davis is organizing a teach-in featuring speeches from faculty, staff and students.
After the government shutdown ended, the Republican Party took a hit in the polls, receiving the blame.
Primaries for the state of Massachusetts special U.S. Senate election begin at 7 a.m. on Tuesday morning, as the field of five candidates is narrowed to two for the June general election.
Anderson Cooper addressed emotions in reporting and his personal life during an hour-long talk at Smith College on Sunday.
Former Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove delivered a speech hosted by the UMass Republican Club on Tuesday, April 9, despite protests.
Former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor during the Bush administration Karl Rove will speak this evening on the future of the Republican Party.
The Town of Amherst will open its polls for its annual town elections which is highlighted this year by 15 UMass student-candidates.
A recent UMass Poll analyzes American thoughts on gun control, immigration, the federal minimum wage, and the effectiveness of government officials.
Historian Robin D.G. Kelley spoke Tuesday in a lecture titled “The Long Rise and Short Decline of American Democracy.”
Congress is cutting it to the last minute to reach a deal before Friday’s deadline to avoid sequestration, meaning across-the-board spending cuts for the next decade.
Close to 30 students from the University of Massachusetts were part of the protest in Washington, D.C. against the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
“The Amherst Vigil for Peace and Justice in a Nuclear Free World” has been going on in downtown Amherst since the late 70s, and still draws dozens of people on a weekly basis.
Gov. Deval Patrick issued a directive on Nov. 19 stating that illegal immigrants who meet certain criteria will pay in-state tuition at the state’s 29 public colleges and universities.
By a narrow margin, question 2 on the Massachusetts ballot, which addressed the issue of physician-assisted suicide, was voted down yesterday.