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.
Online entrepreneur offers insight to students about entrepreneurship
UMass graduate Binh Nguyen’s Chinese Kung Fu Wushu Academy is the first business to reopen after a Route 9 strip mall fire on Oct. 27.
With support from family and friends by his side, former UMass basketball player Lari Ketner is trying to beat the odds as he battles against Stage 4 colon cancer.
Parachuting team competes at USPA Collegiate Championships with success, taking home gold.
Russell Phelan has seen his skateboard company grow from his garage to worldwide.
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.
UMass marching band director Dr. Timothy Anderson is preparing his students for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
The former President and co-CEO of IMG spoke to students Tuesday night in the Campus Center Auditorium.
Senior Shannon Masada-Rodriguez creates his own major to follow passion of being an EDM DJ.
James W. Tan, 22, of Belchertown, died Feb. 19 at an undisclosed Amherst location.
Bromery served as chancellor of UMass from 1971-79 and was the first African-American chancellor of UMass
Pychology professor Laura Wildman-Hanlon speaks about her life as a teacher, mother and practicing Wiccan.