Thousands of students, faculty, staff and community members took part in more than a dozen events and projects commemorating the civil rights movement and 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.
In a celebration attended by Broadway producers, a bestselling novelist and a prize-winning actress, students from FAHSS showcased their work in a scene reminiscent of a Hollywood premiere.
Internationally known Native Canadian playwright and author Drew Hayden Taylor led classes and met with dozens of students during his recent visit to campus as part of the "Theatre Lives" program.
English Asst. Prof. Sandra Lim shares her thoughts on poetry, reading and teaching.
Artist-in-Residence Leah Buechley combines her love of both art and engineering with her artwork and educational initiatives.
Students pursuing the Asian Studies minor are learning about different cultures and putting global shifts in perspective.
Singer-songwriter Jolie Holland’s nod to Jack Kerouac comes with a backdrop of rarely seen Andy Warhol films at Mill No. 5 in Lowell Oct. 10, part of the 2014 Kerouac Literary Festival.
More than 100 UMass Lowell English and Theatre Arts students enjoyed a Q&A with Meryl Streep
Honors students organized and staffed a day of fun for siblings separated by the foster system in a newly designated service-learning college writing course.
A UMass Lowell student who is also a mother, ballet studio director and pre-school teacher is one of 10 people nationwide to receive a prestigious scholarship from an honor society specifically for non-traditional students.
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