UMass Amherst is the first college campus in the northeast, and the second in the nation, to partner with Amazon. Online ordering and a central pick-up point on campus mean students can buy books and essentials for less money and with greater ease.
A new billboard celebrating a long-standing campus partnership to prevent underage and dangerous drinking is greeting drivers crossing the Coolidge Bridge into Hadley. The billboard, which went up in late October, highlights the efforts of the Campus and Community Coalition to Reduce High Risk Drinking and bears the message “Working Together to Prevent Underage and Dangerous Drinking” with the website link for the coalition.
The Air Force and Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) programs will conduct their annual Veterans Day observance on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 4 p.m. at Memorial Hall.
The guest speaker will be Army veteran Bernd F. Schliemann, a senior lecturer in mechanical and industrial engineering....
Just in time for Diwali, (the Indian Festival of Lights) the 17-member Masala Orchestra appears at the Fine Arts Center Concert Hall stage on Sunday, Nov. 8 with a family-friendly show beginning at 2 p.m.
Band leader Rahis Bharti heads a talented group of musicians and dancers who take the...
Campus forums with the two remaining finalists for the post of assistant vice chancellor/chief of police will take place during the first week of November.
They are Tyrone A. Parham, chief of police and public safety at Pennsylvania State University, and Thomas Y. Trawick, Jr., chief of police and...
For the 14th year in a row, UMass Dining Services will be serving up live Maine lobster and grass-fed steaks for its annual “All Treats, No Tricks” Halloween Dinner at all dining commons on Saturday, Oct. 31.
As part of UMass Dining’s ongoing guest chef series and the Healthy UMass initiative, Chef Diane Kochilas will be preparing dinner in the Hampshire Dining Commons on Thursday, Oct. 22, and Worcester Dining Commons on Friday, Oct. 23 from 5-9 p.m.