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  1. Actor Evan Peters Coming to Campus
    Actor Evan Peters of American Horror Story and X-Men fame is coming to the UMass Boston campus on March 5.
  2. 2013 Welcome Week Events: September 11
    Learn about community engagement opportunities on campus, watch the Beacons volleyball team defend their conference title, and see magicians Nate Staniforth and Derek Hughes perform.
  3. Rapper and Actor Ice-T Coming to Campus
    Television actor and former rapper Ice-T is coming to UMass Boston on March 6 to speak to students about overcoming the impossible.
  4. UMass Boston Film Series Returns For Spring With Four Premieres
    One competing entry from the 11th Annual Independent Film Festival Boston will be among the features in the university film series, curated by Chico Colvard.
  5. 2012 Welcome Week Events: September 12
    Office Space, Drumline, and The Replacements actor and former 7UP spokesperson Orlando Jones is the center stage performer for UMass Boston's Welcome Week.
  6. First UMass Boston Musical in 15 Years to Take Stage
    The Performing Arts Department's production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee begins April 17 at 6 p.m. in the McCormack Theatre.
  7. Grammy Award-Winning Carolina Chocolate Drops Visit WUMB Radio
    The Grammy Award-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops stopped by UMass Boston to talk about their latest album and perform at WUMB 91.9FM studios. The interview and performance will air Friday at noon on 91.9FM and online at www.wumb.org.
  8. Hardy-Fanta Interviews America Ferrera at Women’s Leadership Initiative Event
    Award-winning actress discusses how race and class have affected her career and level of success
  9. Academy Award-Winning Actor Cuba Gooding, Jr. Will Visit Campus Friday
    Actor Cuba Gooding, Jr. is coming to campus to show scenes from his new movie, Red Tails, and take questions from the audience.
  10. Legendary Rapper Chuck D to Speak at UMass Boston on March 9
    Legendary hip hop artist Chuck D, who cofounded the rap group Public Enemy, will visit UMass Boston to talk about "Race, Rap, and Reality."