In the Media


  • Early Struggles Doom Women’s Hoops
    February 12 2013
    Outlet: Clock - Online, The

    Boston, Mass – The Plymouth State women's basketball team suffered a 65-33 loss to the Beacons of UMass Boston Monday evening. Continuing a recent theme, the Panther's found themselves in an early hole and were never able to recover. The Beacons w
  • ABOUT TOWN: Mass. Memories Road Show is Coming to Stoughton
    Stoughton Patch, February 12 2013
    This popular event, which archives historical photos furnished by residents of Massachusetts cities and towns, will visit Stoughton on May 5. Though the event is three months away, organizers are already looking for volunteers.
  • Practically perfect: The Discovery Ensemble’s latest
    The Phoenix, February 12 2013
    Professor of English Lloyd Schwartz continues his classical music criticism for The Phoenix, praising a recent Discovery Ensemble concert that was “so good it seems magical.”
  • Men’s Basketball Drops Heartbreaker to UMASS Boston
    February 12 2013
    Outlet: Clock - Online, The

    Boston, Mass. – The Plymouth State men's basketball team lost to LEC rival UMass Boston in the closing seconds Monday night. Trailing 64-63 with 6.6 seconds remaining, The Beacons used a Brian Clarke basket and a defensive stop to earn the victory.
  • The ‘undetected rapist’: Psychologist educates advocates at annual event
    Lawrence Journal-World, February 12 2013
    Retired Professor of Psychology David Lisak spoke to a Kansas group about common myths regarding sex offenders, including the false notion that many sex crimes are one-time mistakes fueled by drugs or alcohol.
  • Previewing Pres. Obama’s Fifth State of the Union
    February 12 2013
    Associate Professor of Political Science Erin O’Brien talked to WGBH host Emily Rooney about Obama’s speech.
  • Watertown Students Make Honors Lists at 4 Colleges
    Watertown Patch, February 12 2013
    The fall 2012 dean’s list at UMass Boston included 37 Watertown residents who were recognized for exceptional academic performance.
  • Cutting back does not mean UMass is eliminating gerontology study
    Boston Globe, February 12 2013
    Provost Winston Langley wrote this letter explaining that UMass Boston continues to be a leader in gerontology education despite the temporary suspension of the undergraduate program.
  • UMass Boston student Morgan Berg named Miss Boston
    BostInno, February 11 2013
    The Minnesota native, a nursing student at UMass Boston, earned the Miss Boston crown Sunday in a competition at the Park Plaza Hotel.
  • Gerontology: Aging is a hard sell
    Boston Globe, February 11 2013
    This editorial argues that UMass Boston’s decision to suspend the undergraduate gerontology program was justified, but says experts in the field must make a compelling case to students about why they should study gerontology.
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