Amanda Huff arrived at orientation wearing her student newspaper staff shirt. The club tables were all arrayed in the Ballroom of the brand new Campus Center with literature, candies, and trinkets vying for her attention.
Mike Metzger arrived for his first day of classes at UMass Boston in the fall of 2004. He was just getting his bearings in the brand new Campus Center, when a fire alarm went off. The building evacuated, and he stood outside in a crowd of students on a particularly blustery day, waiting for …
At UMass Boston Deanna Elliot immersed herself in student media, first as Advertising Manager of the Mass Media. Then she delved into literary publishing, editing the 2008 edition of the Watermark, and designing the 2009 edition.
Speaking from a sidewalk in San Francisco (judging from honks and feedback through the phone), Erica Mena-Landry reflected on the undergrad experience that catapulted her into the publishing industry.
On Chancellor Keith Motley’s second day of work at UMass Boston, Eliza Wilson burst into his office. Motley was Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the time, and he held the fate of the sailing program in his hands.