UMass Boston Hosts Panel of Social Media Experts ›
Representatives from Google, Hill Holiday, HubSpot, and more were on hand to answer the question, "What's next in social media?"
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“Defiled”: Dana Ellyn, Matt Sesow, and the Recent Vocabulary of Popular Politics ›
On exhibit from April 7 to April 25, "Defiled" features the work of two Washington D.C. based artists: Dana Ellyn and Matt Sesow, a couple whose respective works speak the language of the 21st century American political consciousness.
Beacons Hockey Teams Advance to ECAC Semifinals ›
Both the men's and women's hockey teams will play in the ECAC East tournament semifinals this weekend following big wins in their first-round games.
Student Playwrights Festival Kicks Off Wednesday With Free Readings ›
The Performing Arts Department kicks off its inaugural Student Playwrights Festival Wednesday with free staged readings of four plays written by UMass Boston students. Four fully-staged productions follow in March.
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Harbor Gallery Showcasing New Work From Radical ‘80s Artist ›
Boston’s emergence as a hub for provocative art continues in February with a new exhibit at UMass Boston’s Harbor Gallery. Lifelines: Recent Work by Avram Finkelstein showcases never-before-seen contemporary pieces from one of the most influential radical artists of the 1980s.
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Management Students Develop Ideas for Promoting Arts, Businesses in Upham’s Corner ›
Undergraduate students have developed ideas for promoting the arts and bringing businesses to Dorchester's Upham's Corner neighborhood. The university's partnership with Upham's Corner Main Street is one of more than 300.
From Paper to Stage: Students, Alumni Invited to Write Plays for First-Ever Festival ›
UMass Boston students and alumni have until October 31 to submit short plays for consideration for the first-ever Student Playwrights Festival.
26th Annual Book Fair Shows “It Takes a Team to Raise a Child” ›
Coordinator of Community Services Alkia Powell attended the 26th annual Charles C. Yancey Book Fair in Roxbury.
Community Relations on Hand for Moynihan Spray Deck Opening in Hyde Park ›
Associate Director of Community Relations and Economic Development Phillip Carver joined state and local leaders in celebrating the opening of the new Moynihan Spray Deck in Hyde Park.
Trotter Institute Benefit to Feature Same Play, Same Time as 24 Other Cities ›
On Monday, June 18, the same play will be presented at the same time by 25 black theaters across the country. The Boston Black Theater Collective, part of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black History and Culture, is among those taking part.
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