Rock and roll, horror, comic musical explores prejudice through a half-bat, half-boy, made famous by the Weekly World News
Three hundred and ninety-five years after Pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving in Plymouth, Massachusetts, researchers from UMass Boston’s Andrew Fiske Memorial Center for Archaeological Research can say they have definitively discovered evidence of the original 1620 Plymouth settlement.
Barbara Lewis will be exploring the world into which poet Phillis Wheatley stepped on the eve of the commonwealth's freedom era.
The UMass Boston Alumni Association has made a three-year commitment of $170,000 to support the Beacons Student Success Fellowship.
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.
University Hall is the newest completed project in the university’s master plan.
The new director of UMass Boston’s Labor Studies Program and Labor Resource Center had one message he wanted audience members to take away from his first public lecture on campus: the labor studies major is open for business
Two professors from UMass Boston’s School for the Environment will be honored for their work on the environment tomorrow evening at the sixth annual Norman B. Leventhal Awards for Excellence in City Building.
Patterson composed #FERGUSON in part to make sense of watching his hometown become the focal point of a national and difficult conversation about race.
UMass Boston playwrights share new work as the first performance in the new University Hall Theatre