Poet Jill McDonough Examines Technology and the Culture of Secrecy ›
Through her poetry she examines the contemporary culture of secrecy and willful ignorance, what is being done in our name as Americans...what it means to be an American in the present moment.
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Trotter Institute Director Earns Opportunity to Study Theater in Palestine ›
Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, leaves for Palestine on Wednesday, where she will spend nearly two weeks visiting research institutes and cultural institutions in the West Bank.
Noam Chomsky Speaks at UMass Boston ›
On Tuesday afternoon, a full audience of students, faculty, and community members welcomed Noam Chomsky to UMass Boston.
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Poetry in 140 Characters in Second Annual Twitter Contest ›
The winners of the creative writing programs-sponsored Twitter Poetry Contest had to contend with Twitter’s strict character limit.
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New Poetry Display Looks at Bright Side of Snow ›
14 poems about winter weather, and the togetherness it creates, are on display in the English Department on the sixth floor of Wheatley.
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Twitter Poetry Contest Returns; Win Up to $100 in Gift Cards ›
UMass Boston undergraduates have until Friday, February 27 to submit up to three poems, using exactly 140 characters.
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UMass Boston Students Have Second Opportunity To Intern in DC This Summer Through EMK Institute ›
For the second summer, UMass Boston students will have an opportunity to intern for congressional leaders through the Young Leaders Network, a program offered through the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, which is located on campus.
Distinguished Faculty Award Winners Reflect on 50 Years of UMass Boston ›
Professors Elizabeth Fay, Bob Chen, and Catherine Lynde were honored at commencement in the spring, and at a luncheon last week.
Poet Eileen Myles ’71, Discusses Her UMass Boston Experience at Reading ›
“I had this incandescent experience here. UMass Boston was completely formative to me. I became an artist here.”
New Voices, New Stories: Student and Alumni Playwrights to Have Their Plays Performed This Week ›
Two years after the first student playwrights festival, there will once again be an opportunity for audiences to hear and watch plays written by current UMass Boston students and alumni.
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