Club leader said they want to support both skilled members and novices alike to improve their abilities.
After getting reaffirmed by the student body during the SGA election and winning a huge victory against McDonald’s, the group is optimistic about what it can achieve next year.
Club offers members a chance to learn, compete and grow at weekly meetings. President Tim Kelly hopes the club will be able to expand its reach in years to come.
As one of many dance groups on campus, Kickin’ Back Dance Crew has undergone a lot of growth and change, says captain Katherine Treat.
UMass Juggling Club combines art and socializing to teach the love of the craft.
The RSO organizes multiple volunteer opportunities to feed and educate UMass and the town of Amherst.
The RSO performs at events across campus and prepares for second annual UMass Belly Dance Club Festival.
The new RSO looks to expand their numbers, welcoming students from all majors to join.
Telescope repair workshops and potential relocation of Orchard Hill Observatory are future possibilities.
The new campaign against the use of antibiotics in meat believes this would have a national impact on our health.
Senators also passed an amendment, swore in a new member and discussed the SGA’s website during Monday’s meeting.
Club leaders vied for the attention for potential members at the Student Activity Expo yesterday.
Registered Student Organizations, or RSO’s, are a great way to get involved on campus and start your own club.
The Sustainable UMass Action Coalition is hoping to sustain its group for years to come and seeks to educate about sustainability leading by example.
“As we find ourselves in the middle of SGA election season once again, I want to caution against the traditional groan of annoyance and cynicism.” – Garrett Gowen, SGA vice president.
In a move aimed at increasing services and support for RSOs, the SGA is attempting to bolster the ranks of the Secretary of the Registry with two new undersecretaries.
The second annual SotR fashion show event will be held this Saturday, March 3 in the Campus Center auditorium to benefit domestic abuse shelter Safe Passage in Northampton.
In the upcoming semester, SGA plans to work with Residence Life to make sure student input is heard, as well as take steps towards potentially funding a new Student Union and elect the SGA’s first vice president.
Columnist Eric Magazu brings to our attention the vast array of culturally rich resources that the Pioneer valley has to offer us.
In an effort to change the way people think about sustainability, UMass is hosting its first ever sustainability week that will feature local food, a bike tour and a fair.