Nicholas Kristof spoke about his three-foot rat, the need for more creative ways of addressing old challenges, and the world’s economic progress on Thursday night.
UGBC’s new communications department, with its emphasis on campus outreach, could change the face of the student government.
On Sundays and Wednesdays, groups of four or five students head to two women’s prisons to play games, make artwork, and put on shows.
By establishing the Shea Center for Entrepreneurship, Jere Doyle ’87 and Kelsey Kinton ’12 sought to combine classroom, co-curricular, and experiential learning.
Russell Simons and Meredith McCaffrey, both MCAS ’17, joined the race late, but won fast.
The Heights revisits the memorable yet unsuccessful UGBC campaign of Anthony Perasso and Rachel Loos, and their continued efforts to “Bring Back the Funk.”
On Friday afternoon, Senator Elizabeth Warren discussed American inequality and the rigged economic system.
On Friday night, the 1500 participants in the ninth annual Relay for Life raised $133,000.
English professor Paul Lewis is challenging his students to solve a riddle that was published in a local magazine over 200 years ago.
The 1975’s ‘I Love You When you Sleep’ invites new elements and sounds, while remaining tied to its unique style and tone.