The Strange Fruit exhibit “Horror Stories of Lynching” features narratives of oppression hung from tree branches, spray-painted gold to represent power and beauty.
Sumayia Zama, Human Right Minor alum, invited to serve her community
Today marks the beginning of the phased opening of University Hall, UMass Boston’s second new building in the last two years.
The Haitian Studies Association strongly deplores and condemns the racialist policies taken by the government of the Dominican Republic against some of its native-born black citizens of Haitian descent and black immigrants, in defiance of international law and common human decency.
President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Vice President Joe Biden will attend a dedication ceremony on Monday, March 30 for the new Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, located on the University of Massachusetts Boston campus.
UMass Boston Students Among the Contingent of 50 Who Rode Bus from Boston to Alabama
Meet Nulise François and discover how she has put her UMass Boston degrees and graduate certificates to good work.
Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga visited the UMass Boston campus on May 6 to deliver a talk, “The Awakening African Lion,” as part of the Distinguished International Lecture series.
Albie Sachs, an anti-apartheid activist, car bombing survivor, and one of the authors of South Africa’s constitution, praised the response of UMass Boston students following the Boston Marathon bombings.
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.