40 Years Beyond War: UMass Boston Commemorates History of the Southeast Asian Migration to the U.S. ›
UMass Boston will be celebrating 40 years of migration to the U.S. by refugees from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos on Friday, May 8 at 40 Years Beyond War: Southeast Asian American Community Development Symposium.
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Watermark Staff Unveil 50th Anniversary Issue of Literary Journal ›
The staff of UMass Boston’s student literary journal, The Watermark, handed out free copies of a volume 46 years in the making on Thursday.
New Art Installation Shows Sun Always Rising Somewhere ›
“Another Day,” the newest addition to Arts on the Point, looks like three airport monitors, but it actually displays sunrise countdowns for ninety cities around the world.
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Ludacris to Perform at Spring Concert May 8 ›
UMass Boston’s Student Arts and Events Council is taking its Spring Concert to Lansdowne Street this year.
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Just in Time for Earth Day, UMass Boston Named in Green Colleges Guide ›
UMass Boston has made the Princeton Review’s Green Colleges Guide for the sixth year in a row.
Eight Hundred Guests Attend Transfer Open House ›
UMass Boston hosted more than 500 accepted transfer students and 300 guests on Thursday, April 16, for its semi-annual Transfer Open House.
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Coach Titus Receives NABC Guardians of the Game Leadership Award ›
Charlie Titus is the first coach in Little East Conference history to win the NABC's Guardians of the Game Leadership Award.
Beacons Sports: Softball Pitcher, Men’s Tennis Ace Set Program Win Records ›
It was a big weekend for the Beacons, with two different Beacons setting program records for wins.
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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The Marble Collection Forms Partnership with UMass Boston ›
Publisher of the Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts to collaborate with UMass Boston students and staff.