UMass Boston Political Experts Ready to Break Down Election Night ›
O'Brien, Watanabe, Cunningham To Analyze Race Tonight, Wednesday
Women’s Soccer, Volleyball Teams Win LEC Championship Games ›
Both the women’s soccer team and volleyball teams will be taking part in the NCAA Division III tournament. This will be the soccer team's first tournament appearance.
Dukakis, Bulger Visit WUMB Radio’s Commonwealth Journal ›
Two Legends of Massachusetts Politics Talk to Professor Maurice Cunningham
Charlie Titus Named to Little East Conference Hall of Fame ›
Vice Chancellor for Athletics and Recreation, Special Projects, and Intramurals Charlie Titus was named as one of the inaugural members of the Little East Conference Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 27 at a ceremony in Providence, Rhode Island.
UMass Boston Administers Grants to Community Mediation Centers ›
The doors of community mediation centers throughout Massachusetts will remain open to citizens seeking help in addressing family, neighborhood, and community conflicts, thanks to financial assistance from a University of Massachusetts Boston program.
UMass Boston Sports Teams Make School History in LEC Tourney ›
For the first time in the history of University of Massachusetts Boston athletics, two sports teams are competing in the Little East Conference Tournament as No. 1 seeds.
13 “Excellent Brains” Converge on IDEAS Boston 2012 Conference ›
UMass Boston hosted the region's leading thinkers and innovators Wednesday for a vibrant exchange of ideas.
GPS Service Helps Riders Track UMass Boston Shuttle Buses ›
UMass Boston has introduced a new service that allows students, staff, and faculty to know exactly when the next bus will come.
UMass Boston First Stop for Internet Cat Video Festival Tour ›
Cat videos are being taken from the computer screen to the big screen on Tuesday, October 23, as the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Harbor Gallery hosts the first stop of the Internet Cat Video Festival national tour.
Watanabe Named Chairman of New U.S. Census Bureau Commission ›
The director of the Institute for Asian American Studies will advise the Census Bureau on how to track "hard-to-count" populations.