Senatorial elections will be held in the spring for the first time and are set to open March 20 at midnight.
Open source textbooks would only cost students the amount necessary to print them, according to Matthew Martin, coordinator of MassPIRG’s Affordable Textbooks Campaign.
University of Massachusetts students react to the modified, less restrictive guest policy in place for Super Bowl weekend.
In selecting a new police chief over winter break, the University demonstrated a long withstanding procedure for the hiring of a high-profile position.
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.
Gov. Charlie Baker, after the attacks in Paris, initially said he would not accept Syrian refugees into Massachusetts.
Heading into discussion on diversity and inclusion Thursday evening, UMass students want more action
After two sessions, one held by administrators and one held by student groups, Chantal Lima Barbosa and Zareb Noel said they especially want to see an improvement in recruitment efforts and results.
The organization spent $8,300 on catering costs for its recent Women’s Leadership Conference.
Senate members found the statement’s language to be too unprofessional and confrontational.
UMass club sports present petition alleging lack of resources, communication from athletic department
Nearly 1,500 people signed a Google Doc after several clubs were kicked out of their space in the Boyden Wrestling Room so the space could be renovated for a varsity athlete lounge.
Students present demands and tap administrators for answers, additional information at ‘answering session’
At the two-and-a-half-hour meeting, Kumble Subbaswamy, Katherine Newman and other administrators responded to concerns and suggestions from attendees.
The appeal follows the finance committee’s decision to not fund a particular speaker fee.
Julie Buehler, vice chancellor for Information Services and Strategy, says students are “going to see significant improvement each and every month.”
This semester’s senators are expected to engage in more outreach with students across the UMass campus.
Sunday’s overview emphasized that senators must meet the needs of their constituents.
Meet the 2015 UMass SGA candidates this voting day.
Student response to the document seemed cautiously positive Monday.
Representatives of the Student Government Association will present a proposed document to students which will ensure consultation on all major University policy and fee changes.