Activists and scholars, Loretta Ross and Asam Ahmad discuss “call-out culture” and how it harms social justice and political discourse among progressives, radicals, and activists. “Calling out,”as […]
UMass students organized an event called #UMassUnited for Wednesday, April 16th in response to the Westboro Baptist Church coming to picket Derrick Gordon for coming out as the first openly gay division 1 athlete.
Sponsored by the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Program of the Collaborative for Educational Services, Professor Chris Appy examines “American exceptionalism” as a core tenet of national identity, and how the Vietnam War posed fundamental challenges to the faith in America’s actions as a force for good in the world.
Each semester, the group MassGames of UMass Amherst throws together an event so large and thought out, that it flings the campus into a fictional zombie apocalypse. This semester, The Communion of the Unceasing has been discovered deep within the woods of Western Massachusetts…
As a 25+ year veteran of the sports marketing industries, JB Bernstein ’90 knows what it takes to succeed. Bernstein, the co-founder and president of Access Group of Miami, has represented some of the greatest athletes of all time.
In response to the events of 9/11, the Bush administration launched a “war on terror” ushering in an era of anti-Muslim racism, or Islamophobia. However, […]
It all started on a Wednesday afternoon for me too. September 18th, 2013 if I am not wrong. I was nervous, confused and not ready to go inside an American high school for the first time. How was I going to ‘survive’ amongst these young teenagers?
At a time when the fall semester is really coming to an end, college students are seen fretting not just over finals but also over something more stressful: internships.
The University Museum of Contemporary Art lies in the heart of the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus. The gallery is located in the bottom portion […]
Living in the Pioneer Valley is an experience on its own. And being the college town that it is, the Valley houses students from all […]