College of Humanities and Fine Arts
Professor Martín Espada wins the Poetry Foundation’s prestigious 2018 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize.
The example of W.E.B. Du Bois, born 150 years ago, is powerfully timeless.
Inside the mind of a master architect.
Student dancers explore creativity and repression in Cadáver Exquisito.
Len Gardner ’49 is among the last of the Pearl Harbor veterans.
An ace public historian shares some of her favorite aerospace artifacts.
Behind the scenes at the University Museum of Contemporary Art’s 5 Takes on African Art exhibition.
A UMass student recalls experiencing 9/11 as a four-year-old.
Chris Sarage ’92 went from working at Amherst’s Antonio’s Pizza to opening up his own place in Bolivia in the world’s largest salt flat.
Filmmaker Eric Stange ’76 searches for the real Edgar Allan Poe in a new PBS documentary.
Elizabeth Warren speaks to UMass grads, a visit by Noam Chomsky, and South College renovations.
Jenny McKeon ’13 illustrates her journey from UMass Amherst to a career as a manga translator.
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