Mar 4, 2019—The third-annual State of the University Address was held at the UMass Club in Boston. President of the University of Massachusetts system, Martin “Marty” Meehan, gave his speech detailing what the plan is for UMass’s future.
Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, the independent candidate challenging U.S. Senator Warren in her bid for re-election, has filed a lawsuit against the University of Massachusetts system, believing they violated his First Amendment rights by excluding him from the debates.
On April 6, Mount Ida College released a joint statement with the University of Massachusetts officially announcing that an agreement had been reached for the acquisition of the Mount Ida campus in Newton, MA.
On the evening of March 5, Marty Meehan, president of the University of Massachusetts system, led the second annual State of the University address at the UMass Club in Boston. During his address, Meehan spoke about the school's accomplishments and the challenges the state's public universit…
A new borrowing bill issued by Governor Charlie Baker, the Senate, and House will provide $475 million for the University of Massachusetts System for campus improvements, The Lowell Sun reported Monday, Feb. 12. Beacon Hill’s new borrowing bill is a $3.5 billion deal in total. Officials have…
The University of Massachusetts Boston has hired a real estate agent to seek buyers of the campus’ Bayside Expo Center. The Bayside Expo site is a 20-acre oceanfront property that could bring the school $200 million.
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…
At the University of Massachusetts Boston, the Boston State College Steering Committee and the Office of Alumni Relations hosted the Tenth Annual Education Service Awards, Thursday night on Dec. 7.
The GOP tax plan debate had sparked controversy after President Donald Trump announced in mid-November that taxed tuition waivers for graduate students will be exempted.
On Nov. 30, The Mass Media went on an exclusive tour to see the developing residence halls for the University of Massachusetts Boston, which are expected to open in Fall 2018.