Alleging a lack of respect for the Dorchester campus's urban mission and its efforts to revitalize itself, students, staff and community members from University of Massachusetts-Boston aired their grievances Wednesday with the UMass system trustees.... Read more
UMass Boston has a special connection with Krystle Campbell, who was killed in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. The Medford woman attended UMass Boston from 2005-2007 and received a degree posthumously.
In 2013, UMass Boston... Read more
UMass-Boston Chancellor Keith Motley plans to step down June 30, take a year's sabbatical and then return to campus to teach.
In an email to the "university community" Wednesday night, Motley, who... Read more
Two Boston-area high school seniors, Moselle Burke from Dorchester and Maryanne Pasiewicz from South Boston will participate in the 2017 Debate Tournament of Champions in Lexington, Kentucky, from April 29 to May 1.
Burke and Pasiewicz are the... Read more
Boston’s best and brightest high school players were in the spotlight at the Dr. Joseph D. Warren Memorial Basketball All-Star Classic at Northeastern University’s Cabot Center last weekend. The All-Star Classic is presented by Scholar Athletes, the... Read more
To the editor: After 382 years and the collaborative effort and support of students, parents, civic and community leaders, public officials, educators and district administration, Boston Latin School recently named its first ever black... Read more
Dorchester native Rachel Skerritt will take the helm at Boston Latin School (BLS), the first person of color and third woman to fill the headmaster role at the illustrious institution. A BLS alumna, Sherritt is currently the deputy chief of leadership... Read more
The UMass Boston Performing Arts Department welcomes to the public to a series of faculty concerts, kicking off on Friday, March 24 with an exploration of world virtuoso guitar music with long-time music teacher Peter Janson and Aaron Larget-Caplan, a... Read more