UMass Boston’s women’s tennis team travels to No. 4 UMass Dartmouth Tuesday afternoon for their first match of the 2015 Little East Conference Tournament.
The popularity of UMass Boston is on the rise. More than 1,600 prospective students, parents, and family members attended UMass Boston’s annual Freshman Open House on Saturday, October 17.
Nearly 40 UMass Boston students who were able to intern with nonprofits, conduct research, and study abroad with the financial support of the new Beacons Student Success Fellowship presented their projects at a symposium last week.
More than two dozen students, and the UMass Boston Chamber Singers, will sing their way through decades of musical theatre Wednesday and Thursday during the Performing Arts Department's Musical Theatre Cabaret.
UMass Boston Athletics last week became the first program in the state to make a full-year commitment to the Pine Street Inn.
For the first time in program history, UMass Boston’s men’s soccer team is ranked in a national poll. On Tuesday, the 10-0 Beacons moved up to No. 23 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America NCAA Division III Top 25 Poll.
Undergrads: Win up to $100 for writing a six-word story. The deadline is October 9. The top 20 entries will be read on October 28 at 11 a.m.
This season of the UMass Boston Film Series, kicking off Thursday, October 1, promises to be its biggest season yet.
Calling it a neighborhood jewel that will further connect the university to the community, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh joined Chancellor J. Keith Motley, local officials, and community members in celebrating UMass Boston’s newly constructed section of the HarborWalk on Monday.
Chancellor J. Keith Motley will deliver his convocation address on Thursday, September 17, which will highlight UMass Boston’s humble beginnings, 50 years of growth in academic resources and its diverse student body, and the priorities that will shape the university into the future.