Abdul F. Ismail was arraigned in court on Wednesday on charges of making a bomb threat and threatening to commit a crime.
Emilia Beuger discusses her experiences with the UMass Walking Escort Service and why more students should be taking advantage of this incredible resource.
Declaring UMass a sanctuary campus would be an enormous mistake.
Suspects have not been identified.
According to the UMPD annual security report, the number of rapes at UMass increased from 11 in 2014 to 17 in 2015.
Teams of three competed in challenges across campus during the University of Massachusetts’ spring Amazing Race Friday.
WMUA and the Thoreau Residential Service Desk both received the flyer Sunday afternoon. A similar incident occurred Thursday, which was deemed an “information security incident” that stemmed from off campus.
Parham touched on variety of campus safety points Friday, including that the University has recently checked all Blue Lights on campus, and its working to remind the community to “remain vigilant” of safety.
Eight witnesses testified Wednesday, providing further details on the 2013 night in question.
The three-year 2012 gang rape case reached a conclusion in criminal court Monday, but Mark Chiarelli writes that its lessons must not be forgotten.
Governors say that students are concerned they can’t always see the emergency stations from various areas on campus.
Sunday’s overview emphasized that senators must meet the needs of their constituents.
Crude and offensive acts spark a call for campus culture change
Steve O’Neill describes several instances of confidential informant operations gone wrong and advocates for the abolishment of the practice.
The program will be put on hold until a full review of the University’s confidential informant policy can be completed, according to an email sent out to the campus community Tuesday.
UPDATE: UMass Police Department and Student Affairs officials to conduct review of confidential informant policy
A study of the University of Massachusetts’ confidential informant policy comes in response to a Boston Globe story published Sunday about a UMass student and campus police informant who died of a heroin overdose last October.
Six months after the “Blarney Blowout,” former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis presented the findings of his investigation into the handling of large crowd disturbances.
According to a crime alert sent out to the UMass community, a house on Lincoln Avenue and a unit in the Lincoln Apartments were both broken into.