Though they may not have the audience of ‘Serial,’ these four podcasts will suck you right in.
Programs like the Association for Women in Mathematics and the UMass Society of Women Engineers help provide a supportive environment for female STEM majors.
The company initially started in 2012 at the University of Connecticut and offers discounted rides to students on the weekends.
Isaac Simon details how the popular app perpetuates laziness, social intimidation and sexual objectification.
Gabby Vacarelo encourages those who were never instilled with a love for reading to pick up a book.
The third annual event, which was held this weekend at UMass, encouraged participants to create new opportunities and means to work on projects.
Four months after banning Iranian students from certain graduate programs, UMass announces new measures to ensure compliance with U.S. law
Preparation for visa renewal process and faculty and staff trainings in export control laws to be instituted.
The 2012 gang rape incident currently moving through the courts pushed UMass to implement more physical security renovations than policy changes.
Is the new artist-centric music streaming website worth the money?
Corinne Elicone highlights corruption among Internet providers and discusses the FCC’s ruling for an open Internet
Steve Gillard cautions against tweeting out comments in the moment before thinking them through.
UMass hosts TechTalks to encourage young women to pursue careers in technology.
Johnny McCabe describes the end of Google Glass, and how its failure can inform future technologies.
The company looks to make an augmented, holographic future our reality.
Excessive exposure to technology could be having a negative effect on your eyes.
Johnny McCabe argues that on-body cameras for police provide an evidence-based solution to cases with contradictory witness testimony and subjectivity.
Julian del Prado articulate why eSports should be considered a sport and reveals its surprising popularity.