Aug. 31, 2019—“No mainstream media.” -Mark Sahady, Vice President of Super Happy Fun America.
- Marcelo Guadiana
Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, the independent candidate challenging U.S. Sen…
STEMconnector® held an all-day STEMHealth’s forum on July 23 at the National Press Club in Washington DC. The forum which was entitled “Moving at the speed of Health Care: Intersection of Health Care and the Health Care Workforce,” brought together dozens of professionals healthcare CEO and …
Over 200 young activists attended the Capitol Hill Lecture Series: Free Markets, Individual Liberty & Civil Society at the Heritage Foundation in Allison Auditorium on Jul. 29. Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul, who gave the introductory remarks, and David Boaz, executive vice presiden…
The University of Massachusetts search committee unanimously elected Martin T. Meehan as the next president of the five-campus UMass System on May 1.
Returning University of Massachusetts Boston community members will continue to witness the ongoing transformation of the UMass Boston campus in the fall, as part of the University's 25-year master plan. “There will be scaffolding around the Healey Building as phase II roof work continues. The Utility Corridor and Roadway Relocation (UCRR) project will continue to expand its utility relocation sites and the temporary roadway through the Campus Center lawn will be used,” said manager of Master Plan and Construction Communications Holly Sutherland.
- By Joelle Fabrizio and Stephanie Geheran
On April 29, the Coalition to Save the Africana Studies at UMass Boston met with Dean of the College of Liberal Arts David Terkla to bring forth their concerns about the future of the Africana Studies Department, as well as their grievances regarding the current contract situation of both Tony Van der Meer and Aminah Pilgrim.
- Shameyka Vivianna McCalman
On April 20, during the Boston Marathon, students and alumni from selected University of Massachusetts Boston institutions and members of the community participated in the 2nd annual Running for a Reason: Krystle’s Legacy.
- By Tony Martin
During March 3-14, 2015, 100 college students from four Japanese universities visited Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, CA, then divided into groups to visit their host cities (Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and Honolulu) on the TOMODACHI Inouye Scholars Program as part of MOFA’s KAKEHASHI Project.