Juana Matías ’99, the first Latina from Lawrence and first Latina immigrant to be elected as a state representative, is now running for the 3rd Congressional District seat being vacated by retiring U.S. Representative Niki Tsongas.
Theatre Arts closes successful run tonight, looks ahead to a Holiday Spectacular
UMass Boston alumna and former EPA administrator Gina McCarthy ’76 returned to campus Monday for a panel looking at climate change challenges and opportunities.
Artists Kenji Nakayama and Pat Falco are bringing elements of their studio space to UMass Boston's University Hall Gallery for an exhibition called Current, running November 10, 2017-January 5, 2018.
2017 RockGodz Hall of Fame Inductee Gary Hoey coached UMass Boston’s Pop/Rock Ensemble on Tuesday, playing along and jumping in throughout the hour-long workshop. Hoey has worked with Queen, The Who, Aerosmith, and KISS.
A donation from brothers Christopher Tawa ’76 and Dr. Nicholas E. Tawa, Jr. ’77 has funded a dedicated music classroom that now bears the name of their late father, a retired professor.
Since 2014, the Beacon Student Success Fellowship has paid 184 students a total of $250,000 so that they could have unpaid or low-paying internships, do research with faculty, volunteer, and study abroad.
The Massachusetts Association of School Committees will present Associate Professor of Political Science Maurice Cunningham with its 2017 Distinguished Public Service Award at the group’s annual convention next month.
Continuing a 17-year tradition, Michael Dukakis, the former three-term governor of Massachusetts, and William Bulger, the ex-president of the Massachusetts Senate and the University of Massachusetts, met with students in UMass Boston’s political science classes on Wednesday.
On display in UMass Boston's student-run Harbor Gallery through October 16, "Absence and Presence" is 98 printmakers’ collaborative response to the bombing of the Al-Mutanabbi St. Book Market.