The Week in Beacons Sports (April 22-April 28) ›
For the first time in UMass Boston history, all five spring sports teams have qualified for the postseason.
UMass Boston Students Show Bravery Amid Chaos at Marathon ›
Marathon Monday started with bright smiles for the UMass Boston students who volunteered to be members of a medical "sweep team" for runners in distress. When tragedy struck, theirs became a story of bravery amid chaos
UMass Boston Alumni Association Helps Boston Marathon Victims ›
Our Alumni Association feels compelled to do something tangible as we hold close in our hearts those killed and injured on Marathon Monday. A contribution to the One Fund Boston is a small way to do that.
James Gustave Speth to Deliver 2013 UMass Boston Commencement Address ›
Chancellor J. Keith Motley has announced that James Gustave “Gus” Speth, co-founder of the Natural Resources Defense Council and the World Resources Institute, will deliver the principal address at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s 45th commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 31, 2013.
Huru Leaving UMass Boston for New Home in San Francisco ›
The recycled steel sculpture, on loan to the university since 1997, will be displayed in the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge
The Week in Beacons Sports (April 8-April 21) ›
The men’s tennis team is enjoying an eight-game winning streak, which matches the longest unbeaten stretch in team history.
Community Partnerships Forged, Strengthened at Annual UMass Boston Symposium ›
The event, hosted by the Office of Community Partnerships, connects the worlds of academia and civic service to create vital social programs inside and outside of Boston.
Many Forms of Leadership On Display at UMass Boston Awards Dinner ›
Undergraduate Student Government and the Alumni Association teamed up April 9 to honor three individuals who have exemplified UMass Boston's mission of service on and off our campus.
UMass Boston Community Reflects on Marathon Tragedy; Honors Victims ›
A large crowd gathered in the Campus Center to remember former student Krystle Campbell, look back on a week of devastation, and begin the healing process.
Service of Reflection Set for Monday Afternoon ›
The university is also offering counseling and other services to members of our community in the wake of Monday's marathon tragedy.