The debate, which will be moderated by Daily Collegian staff, will take place starting at 7 p.m. in the Cape Cod Lounge of the Student Union.
UMass has decided to close Orchard Hill balconies permanently amid concerns for student safety.
Questions are raised over whether the SGA Senate should have approved the RSO statuses of two prospective groups.
University of Massachusetts students react to the modified, less restrictive guest policy in place for Super Bowl weekend.
The SGA says candidates will be elected based on their year of expected graduation rather than the residential area where they reside.
Resident assistants and peer mentors will meet in front of the Student Union at 1 p.m. to march to the Chancellor’s office and deliver a petition to him.
The organization spent $8,300 on catering costs for its recent Women’s Leadership Conference.
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.
Angela Lussier, a UMass alumna and entrepreneur, will give keynote at this year’s expanded event.
The appeal follows the finance committee’s decision to not fund a particular speaker fee.
Student response to the document seemed cautiously positive Monday.
For three years, Student Government Association President Sïonan Barrett has gained experience and perspective on how to get things done. Now, the senior journalism major feels ready to combine her understanding of the SGA with her executive team’s knowledge of the student body, and cash in the combination for improvements to the student experience at the University of Massachusetts. Barrett joined the SGA as a freshman, elected as a senator for the Southwest – North District. She moved quickly up the ranks, as she was appointed as the associate speaker of the senate in the spring semester to fill a vacancy….
Class of 2019 encouraged by administrators, alumni and peers to get involved on campus.
SGA Speaker Sïonan Barrett, for president, and Secretary of Public Relations and Recruitment Chantal Lima Barbosa, for vice president, answer a few questions about the SGA and being part of the campaign.
The conference, put on by Women’s Caucus of SGA, will focus on styles of and stereotypes surrounding females in leadership positions.
Sïonan Barrett discusses plans and initiatives for the student government in the upcoming year.
UVC-TV19’s Sionan Barrett reports on how the university deals with its sexual assault and rape cases.
SGA Speaker Sionan Barrett alerts students of a potential cut to Veterans’ Benefits.
A sophomore journalism major, Barrett plans on anchoring the news after graduation.
The SGA held elections for Speaker and Associate Speaker of the Senate as well as approved a recommendation for an increase in the yearly student activities fee in a meeting Wednesday night.