Get to know your presidential, vice presidential and student trustee candidates for the 2015 Student Government Association election.
With experience on the SGA Senate, health council and house council, Schmitt believes he knows UMass well enough to act as student trustee.
SGA Speaker Sïonan Barrett and Secretary of Public Relations and Recruitment Chantal Lima Barbosa are running for president and vice president of the student body, vowing to be ready to make change on day one.
An outsider to the SGA, student trustee candidate Nicholas Vigneau says he brings a fresh perspective to the position
Increasing campus diversity, improving the student disciplinary process and boosting student involvement are central components of Vigneau’s campaign.
Outsider candidates Rocco Giordano and Dhananjay (Danny) Mirlay Srinivas intent on shoring up student-administration relationship, getting more voices heard
Giordano/Mirlay Srinivas ticket believes experience working with and for students has prepared them to take over SGA leadership.
Current chair of the Diversity and Student Engagement Committee wants to be a true representative of both the undergraduate and graduate student body.
Student trustee candidate Kabir Thatte looks to create his own path as a UMass legacy student within SGA
Chairman sees trustee position as an opportunity to work with graduate students and address diversity issues on campus.
President and vice presidential candidates Charlotte Kelly and Sammi Gay hope to show that all students have the capability to become a student leader.
Recent graduates hopes to continue efforts for the future with fundraiser.
The Amherst restaurant offers up traditional Syrian falafel and a friendly atmosphere.
The Amherst Poetry Festival calls for local poets to get involved
Her friends and community remember Hannah Frilot, a rising UMass senior who died in car accident on July 31.
UMass quarterback Blake Frohnapfel took a chance. Can he be the next face of UMass football?
The iconic building will soon undergo major renovations after years of non-use.
New UMass football coach Mark Whipple, who first coached the Minutemen from 1998-2003, looks to take a mentor’s role during his second go in Amherst.
The recently elected SGA president brings a wide range of interests and experience to the job.
People of different tribes come together for the annual Native American Powwow at UMass.
Ten students make up the University’s dressage team. In this equestrian sport, riders are judged based on their ability to make a horse perform specific movements with what appears to be minimal effort.
Redshirt junior Kyle Adie has been giving the UMass baseball team an unexpected offensive boost so far this season.