River Hawks Return to the MarathonMany University community members were affected by last year’s tragic events and worked hard to make this year’s marathon one to remember. Read More
Visiting Scholars: ‘Give Peace a Chance’Justice Albie Sachs, 2014 Greeley Scholar for Peace, joined past Greeley Scholars Linda Biehl and Leymah Gbowee for a campus celebration. Read More
Fox Hall Falcons to be Named Honorary River HawksThe peregrine falcons living on Fox Hall are an educational opportunity for many and are being officially adopted by the University. Read More
Symposium on Educational Research & Practice
University Professor Lecture by Laura Punnett
Screening of 'Soft Vengeance' about 2014 Greeley Peace Scholar
Commencement RSVP Deadline
Wind Ensemble Alumni Concert & Reception
(4/23/2014) Yesterday, the university officially “adopted” the living embodiment of the River Hawks: a pair of rare peregrine falcons who have nested atop Fox Hall, the university’s largest residence hall and the tallest building in the city of Lowell each spring since at least 2007.
(4/23/2014) Former UMass Lowell runner Chris Grange of Methuen returned to running several years after father's death and had big day at Boston Marathon.
(4/23/2014) On Tuesday night, the City Council unanimously approved Councilor Ed Kennedy's motion requesting the city manager engage the proper department at UMass Lowell to conduct a backwater study to determine the maximum river-water depth before flooding occurs in the Claypit Brook Watershed.
(4/23/2014) The UMass Lowell baseball team scored six runs in the first two innings and went on to defeat Marist College, 8-5, Tuesday afternoon at McCann Field in Poughkeepsie.