A group of at least 100 gathered in front of the Student Union Wednesday afternoon to share personal experiences of racism and address police brutality.
Gov. Deval Patrick helps fund projects on and off campus through a bond bill.
Social scientists will provide unique perspectives to students, faculty and the campus community during the year-long series, which began Sept. 10.
Unprecedented levels of debt could have negative economic consequences if left unchecked.
Lindsay Van Dyke, ‘11, is using the power of film to document the lives of legal migrant workers in Mexico City.
Results show that Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley is a favorite in both the Democratic primary and the general election.
College Democrats of Massachusetts hosts convention of events and speakers this weekend
Seth Perkins and Isilda Gjata, also known as “The Hammer,” were removed from the ballot before polls opened on Sunday after an audit was completed on their residential area government.
ISO hosts seminar to discuss institutionalized racism
Daughter of Senator and former presidential candidate John McCain (R-AZ) will speak at Mt. Holyoke College on Thursday.
Congress and President Obama just raised the debt ceiling again, but what does that mean for America?
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.