The Integrated Science and Engineering Library (ISEL) in the Lederle Graduate Research Center lowrise, which temporarily closed Sept. 1 to allow further testing for polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), is expected to reopen for the weekend, according to campus officials.
A selection of East German cartoons and a new documentary about the first Auschwitz trial from the campus-based DEFA Film Library will be featured on WGBY, Channel 57’s “Indie Film Journal” during September.
AMHERST, Mass. – The University of Massachusetts Amherst is in the midst of its own “extreme makeover,” with hundreds of millions of dollars worth of renovations, repairs, improvements and new construction projects dotting the campus map as students return for the fall semester.
James E. Young, professor and chair of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, will appear on the History Channel on Sept. 10 to discuss the memorialization of contemporary history, focusing on the World Trade Center Memorial in New York City.