Smith College will receive $500,000 for purchasing instrumentation.
Students attending the free event will also have transportation included and an excused absence from the University the day of the event.
Facing state budget cuts, Craig’s Place may be forced to close before the end of the winter.
To the Editor, Craig’s Place Emergency Shelter sits right on the edge of the University of Massachusetts campus, in the basement of the First Baptist Church. Standing on the front steps of the church, you can see the Southwest Residential Area towers against the horizon, and the Fine Arts Center and W.E.B. Du Bois Library poking through the trees to your right. From 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., the church is filled with Bible study classes, youth groups and community meetings. At 9 p.m., the basement of the church transforms into a homeless shelter. The kitchen staff cooks dinner, while…
Grant from Commonwealth will allow university’s partnerships to expand computing facilities and training programs.
Audience members asked administrators about financial priorities and housing disparities on campus.
State Senate President Stanley Rosenberg told the Daily Collegian he hopes the new pilot program will serve as a tool for future reference.
University of Massachusetts Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy hopes for higher funding after Governor Charlie Baker released a proposed one percent increase.
Open source textbooks would only cost students the amount necessary to print them, according to Matthew Martin, coordinator of MassPIRG’s Affordable Textbooks Campaign.
An expert on addiction and emergency medicine delivered the talk and read excerpts from his new book.
Gov. Charlie Baker, after the attacks in Paris, initially said he would not accept Syrian refugees into Massachusetts.
Senate members found the statement’s language to be too unprofessional and confrontational.
Katrina Kervin argues that politicians shouldn’t be so quick to close doors on refugees around the country.
The governor said Monday that he’s not interested in accepting Syrian refugees in the state of Massachusetts.
Funding for the drug will come from the department’s own budget and is expected to cost approximately $2,000.
Students encouraged to get involved with grassroots organizing at Wednesday’s MASSPIRG semester Kick Off meeting
Roughly 130 attendees heard from coordinators of the organization’s five campaigns, as well as from Mansur Gidfar from Represent.Us.
The state legislature is expected to act in a supplemental budget bill next month.
The Massachusetts House and Senate restored $5.25 million for the university system nearly two weeks after Governor Charlie Baker cut it from the state budget.
Governor’s decision brings allocation for the university system back in line with his initial proposal.