Beacons Hockey Team Ranked in National Poll ›
The UMass Boston men’s hockey team is off to a fast start, and their 7-2-1 record has earned them some national attention. The team is ranked No. 14 in Monday's D3Hockey.com poll.
Women’s Soccer Wraps Up Record-Setting Season ›
The team, who finished with an 18-3 record after a first-round NCAA tournament loss to Ithaca College, set program records for wins, conference wins (6), and goals scored (70).
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College of Management Graduate Students Place in Alpha Boston Equity Pitch Challenge ›
Four teams were chosen as finalists and after presenting their research report on McCormick & Co (NYSE MKC), UMass Boston's College of Management team placed second in the competition.
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UMass Boston Tobacco Use and Attitudes Survey Final Report ›
The final report of the Campus Tobacco Use and Attitudes Survey is available
TODAY: Basketball Doubleheader in Renovated Clark Center Gym ›
Men's Team Tips Off at 5:30 p.m. vs. Suffolk; Women Follow at 7:30
UMass Boston Student Holds Dance Marathon Dec. 1 to Benefit Children’s Hospital Boston ›
UMass Boston psychology major Nora Kelso is asking her fellow students to spend a few hours dancing in the Campus Center Saturday, Dec. 1, to help fund cancer treatment, research, and hospital bills for families of children with cancer.
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Beacons Volleyball Falls to CNU; Matches Best-Ever NCAA Finish ›
The University of Massachusetts Boston women’s volleyball team won their first set against the 2011 national runner-ups, and battled to a tie late in the fourth set before losing their NCAA quarterfinal match, 3-1, to Christopher Newport University on Thursday.
Women’s Volleyball Team Wins NCAA Regional; Advances to Elite Eight ›
UMass Boston Spikers Make NCAA Quarterfinals; Women's Soccer Falls to Ithaca College
Fight Hunger: Athletics Teams Want Your Old Keys ›
Keys collected around the UMass Boston campus this year will be melted down and sold as scrap metal, with all proceeds going to the U-ACCESS food pantry.
Reach of Service-Learning Programs Expands at UMass Boston ›
When you’re one of Professor of Human Services Joan Arches’s students, only part of your time is spent in a UMass Boston classroom.