The Student Legal Services Office held a presentation on students’ legal rights during off-campus tenancy in the Campus Center.
UMass’ Students for Justice in Palestine hosted talk Thursday.
Report says the state should commit to becoming powered by 100 percent renewable energy.
Faculty, students and community members discussed the evolution of Irish culture and identity during a panel event Wednesday evening.
Hospitality businesses look to hire Isenberg School of Management students in the largest student-run hospitality career day in New England.
Durocher, 20, was previously convicted of raping and assaulting a University of Massachusetts outside the Campus Center in September 2013.
Jurors will begin deliberation Thursday afternoon in the trial of Patrick Durocher, a former University of Massachusetts student accused of raping a woman outside the Campus Center in 2013.
The meeting, open to the campus community, is part of the campus awareness and training process surrounding updated information technology department policies.
Organizers of the unofficial student group UMass Amherst for Bernie Sanders intend to knock on dorm room doors across campus to encourage more students to register to vote.
Judge Mary-Lou Rup denies motions to drop a kidnapping charge and reduce the charge of aggravated rape charges against Patrick Durocher.
Eight witnesses testified Wednesday, providing further details on the 2013 night in question.
Jurors saw images Tuesday that appeared to show Patrick Durocher lying both next to and on top of the plaintiff in the grass outside the Campus Center.
Durocher, 20, has pleaded not guilty to charges of aggravated rape, kidnapping and assault and battery.
The 20-year-old Longmeadow native allegedly raped a female student in 2013 on the Campus Center lawn.
The diversity peer education group, which usually performs to residence halls, will offer a broader performance Tuesday in the Campus Center.
Members of UMass community offer ways to improve the experience of people of color on campus at special meeting of Connections in Color
A crowd of roughly 40 to 50 gathered in the Campus Center auditorium Wednesday evening to offer suggestions for how students, faculty and administrators could provide students of color with resources to succeed and feel comfortable at UMass.
Graduate students use donated clothing to inspire makeshift costumes at the recent Sustainable Halloween Costume Sale, held in the Campus Center.
The 2013 graduate gave tips to students on how to build a professional online portfolio.
Sunday’s overview emphasized that senators must meet the needs of their constituents.
Non-traditional students are denied some University resources, including representation through the Student Legal Services Office.