Avery Furst outlines the GEO’s meeting with Chancellor Subbaswamy and argues for administrative emphasis on the well-being of UMass students and employees.
Parham touched on variety of campus safety points Friday, including that the University has recently checked all Blue Lights on campus, and its working to remind the community to “remain vigilant” of safety.
Both university officials and students cited safety concerns as reasons for support of the prohibition, which began this semester.
A full jury was impaneled and the first witness called in trial over an alleged 2013 rape that occurred outside of the Campus Center.
The three-year 2012 gang rape case reached a conclusion in criminal court Monday, but Mark Chiarelli writes that its lessons must not be forgotten.
The administration’s classification of NERF blasters as weapons facsimiles hinders the biannual game.
In light of Oregon shootings, students are asked if they feel safe at UMass.
Volunteers identify safety concerns around campus.
The SGA discussed campus dining plans, campus safety and appointed a senator to a committee at Monday’s meeting.
As everyone begins to be settled into the new semester, safety comes to the forefront of people’s minds.
From furnishing your room to walking around campus, the Canadian Standards Association International and the UMass Police Department recommend a few safety tips that could help make your life at UMass a little safer.
Do you feel safe walking around campus at night? We asked students their thoughts.