Fakisha Fabre, a student in the Master’s in Public Administration Program in the McCormack Graduate School, is the 2017 "29 Who Shine" award winner from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
UMass Boston students read Phillis Wheatley’s poems and UMass Boston professors reflected on her history and the legacy she leaves for us during Thursday’s Phillis Wheatley Day activities in the Harbor Gallery.
On April 25, undergraduate students gathered in UMass Boston’s Alumni Lounge to present posters and papers.
Robyn Dangora, Suzzanne Freeze, and Paul Dyson are part of the Run for Krystle. They are running in Monday’s Boston Marathon to raise funds for the Krystle Campbell Scholarship Fund. Campbell was killed in the 2013 bombing.
The Pulitzer Prize winner and English professor will read from and sign copies of "Little Kisses" at Harvard Book Store on Thursday.
Our community comes from different parts of the world, including those covered by this travel ban.
In the documentary Birth of a Movement, Bestor Cram and Susan Gray examine William Monroe Trotter's campaign against D.W. Griffith’s 1915 film The Birth of a Nation. The film will be screened Monday, January 30.
Lucas Henrique, an economics major from Somerville, took the top $100 prize in the fifth annual Six-Word Story Contest sponsored by the Master’s of Fine Arts and undergraduate Creative Writing programs.
Barbara Lewis will be exploring the world into which poet Phillis Wheatley stepped on the eve of the commonwealth's freedom era.
Open to all UMass Boston undergraduates. Send entries to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 18, 2016. The winner receives $100; two runners up receive $50.