UMass Boston Student Holds Dance Marathon Dec. 1 to Benefit Children’s Hospital Boston ›
UMass Boston psychology major Nora Kelso is asking her fellow students to spend a few hours dancing in the Campus Center Saturday, Dec. 1, to help fund cancer treatment, research, and hospital bills for families of children with cancer.
Despite Hurdles, Beacons Volleyball Team Matches Best-Ever Finish ›
With a brutal schedule and no home court, the UMass Boston women's spikers has every reason to struggle in 2012. Instead, they won their fourth LEC title.
UMass Boston Archivist’s Arrangement Strikes a Chord with BBC ›
A simple moment with his children led Dale Freeman to write his children's song “Music Box Ballerina,” which will be used on a BBC program.
New Dean of Nursing and Health Sciences Ready to Listen and Lead ›
Anahid Kulwicki's background is in health disparities research, which is a burgeoning area of focus for UMass Boston.
Beacons Volleyball Falls to CNU; Matches Best-Ever NCAA Finish ›
The University of Massachusetts Boston women’s volleyball team won their first set against the 2011 national runner-ups, and battled to a tie late in the fourth set before losing their NCAA quarterfinal match, 3-1, to Christopher Newport University on Thursday.
Johns Hopkins Doctor Headlines U-54 Cancer Symposium On Thursday ›
Free shuttle will run from UMass Boston to Harvard Medical School for symposium
Women’s Volleyball Team Wins NCAA Regional; Advances to Elite Eight ›
UMass Boston Spikers Make NCAA Quarterfinals; Women's Soccer Falls to Ithaca College
UMass Boston Political Experts: Next Election Starts Today ›
A trio of UMass Boston political experts took part in a discussion Wednesday afternoon, looking at the national and state election outcomes, and what the trends we saw Tuesday mean for future election cycles.
Fight Hunger: Athletics Teams Want Your Old Keys ›
Keys collected around the UMass Boston campus this year will be melted down and sold as scrap metal, with all proceeds going to the U-ACCESS food pantry.
Reach of Service-Learning Programs Expands at UMass Boston ›
When you’re one of Professor of Human Services Joan Arches’s students, only part of your time is spent in a UMass Boston classroom.