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Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Massachusetts Boston, Gail DiSabatino, sent a memo on Monday Jan. 22 urging on-campus DACA students to renew their DACA status before immigrant work permits expire on March 5 of this year. The memo was also signed by Marie Bowen, the u…

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The University of Massachusetts Boston’s Office of Housing and Residential Life hosted a public forum about the new residence hall dormitory complex, expected to open in Fall 2018.

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The University of Massachusetts Boston’s campus has been rapidly changing as the school begins to shift from being a primarily commuter school toward a residential campus. Some tangible changes include the construction of the new University Hall, Integrated Sciences Complex, the parking gara…

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According to a recent Dorchester Reporter article, St. Christopher’s Church on Columbia Point is expected to be demolished and replaced by new dorms for the University of Massachusetts Boston as part of UMass Boston’s residence hall construction project. The University of Massachusetts Build…

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The University of Massachusetts Boston’s most recent construction projects are each expected to cost millions, according to a recent public briefing. Some projects are being funded by the state, others are overseen by the University of Massachusetts Building Authority (UMBA), and the remaini…

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The University of Massachusetts Boston has acknowledged new faculty members to its Student Affairs Division and the community on Oct. 18 with a meet-and-greet event at Point Lounge. Most of these new hires will support with the opening of UMass Boston’s upcoming residential community in Augu…

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Interim Chancellor Barry Mills' email to the University of Massachusetts Boston on Oct. 12 notified the community of his decision to step down by the end of the academic year. A Town Hall Forum was held shortly after to discuss with the public, including Mills' critics, UMass Boston’s budget…

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After Interim Chancellor Barry Mills announced in a statement released early afternoon on Oct. 12 that he will be stepping down from his position at the University of Massachusetts Boston, a Town Hall Forum was held inviting the community to discuss the university’s current budget crisis.

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On Oct. 12, University of Massachusetts Boston’s Interim Chancellor Barry Mills released a statement stating that he will be stepping down from his position by the end of the academic year in June 2018.

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On April 12, the University of Massachusetts Boston Board of Trustees held a meeting in the Ballroom at the Campus Center. Apart from secondary reports, the most discussed topics of this public event were the recent resignation of UMass Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley and the university’s …

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On Thursday, March 2, the University of Massachusetts Boston announced that a freshman male student died as a result of his injuries from falling off the third floor of the Campus Center on Tuesday, Feb. 28. Per the family’s request, the university is withholding the student’s name.

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Holding the honor of the University of Massachusetts Lowell’s 2016 Greeley Scholar for Peace, Sanam Naraghi-Anderlini, co-founder and executive director of the International Civil Society Action Network (ICAN) and co-author of the first United Nations resolution mandate to specifically menti…

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On Thursday, Feb. 18, an Emergency Alert went out to all students and faculty of the University of Massachusetts Amherst warning that there were two gunmen on campus.

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On Thursday, November 12, the University of Massachusetts welcomed its new president Martin Meehan, who is also the first alumnus of a UMass system to become a president.

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Marty Meehan says he’s finally landed his dream job. He says it’s the culmination of his career. The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees elected him the president of the five-campus UMass system last May. A former UMass Lowell chancellor and congressman, Meehan brings to the job a range of experience and a lifetime of serving the public of the Commonwealth. He is the first president to have received an undergraduate degree from a UMass school.