The symposium brought students and alumni together to discuss gender inequalities and the power of women.
The student-led community policing project is scheduled to start spring semester and is a student-led initiative by Student Government Association senator Stefan Herlitz and Speaker of the Senate Sïonan Barrett.
The organization is seeking out ways to prevent similar events from happening in the future.
Members of the Student Government Association went through ally training with representatives from the Stonewall Center.
Town manager will meet regularly with SGA president to discuss solutions on issues regarding the town of Amherst and the UMass community.
Sanah Rizvi explains why the SGA needs to stop worrying about reconstruction and start focusing on accomplishing goals that positively affect the student body.
The Student Government Association celebrates success at Wednesday’s programming, discusses new plans for coming years at UMass.
Pressing environmental issues on campus are discussed heavily by the Student Government Association on Monday night.
The SGA meeting on Monday covered a variety of topics pertaining to the betterment of students’ life on campus.
Student celebrations due to local sporting events was a well-discussed topic at Monday’s Student Government Association meeting.
Emily Hajjar is the vice president of the SGA, but she’s much more than just her position in student government
In Monday night’s meeting, senators and cabinet members discussed pressing issues in their second to last meeting of the semester.
UMass was recently ranked among the top 15 percent of the most military friendly schools, demonstrating the University’s continuing support for the veteran community and their education.
The SGA meeting this past Monday was highlighted by talks of construction.
The new SGA vice president, Garrett Gowen, vowes to establish a more interactive relationship with the student body this year.
Candidates for next year’s Student Government president, vice president and student trustee positions took part in a debate last night.
Columnist Kellie Quinn questions the uproar taking place over the removal of the peer mentor position from University of Massachusetts Residence Life.
This Homecoming Weekend, students will be presented with the University’s first ever Homecoming King and Queen.
Collegian columnist Dan Stratford expounds on the recent Massachusetts College Democrats convention, held at Boston College.
The three candidates for SGA president are mobilizing their campaigns to get out the vote before elections begin Tuesday.