Student Events

Homecoming Royalty Court

Homecoming Royalty Court

Congratulations to Brittany Turcotte and Benjamin Richman, Homecoming 2013 Queen and King! View their biographies and those of the Homecoming Court.

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School of Computer Science 50th Anniversary

The School of Computer Science invites you to the Computer Science Community Celebration taking place on October 17-19.

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Japanese Tea Talk and Ceremony

Enter the exotic world of Japan’s high tea culture and learn about the history of Matcha production, the oldest and most premium variety of powdered green tea, on October 17.

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Homecoming Parade

Homecoming Parade

Join the tradition of the Homecoming Parade as it winds its way through downtown Amherst and the UMass campus on October 17.

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Lawyering the UMass Way

Learn about the varied paths taken by UMass Amherst graduates in their quest to practice law in this panel discussion and networking event on October 18.

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Nearly Naked Mile

Nearly Naked Mile

Community service was the focus of this fun run that collected new or lightly-worn clothes for local homeless shelters on October 18.

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UPC Late Night Movie

The University Programming Council will host its weekly movie. Grab your popcorn and settle in before the big screen on October 18 to view Young Frankenstein and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

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Royalty Presentation at Homecoming Hockey

Royalty Presentation at Homecoming Hockey

The Homecoming Court was announced during halftime of the Michigan State vs. UMass hockey game at the Mullins Center on October 19.

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2nd Annual Stockbridge Pumpkin Festival

2nd Annual Stockbridge Pumpkin Festival

Carve a pumpkin or admire the artistry of others as lit pumpkins surround the Mullins Center on October 19.

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Black Student Union 7th Annual Poetry Jam

Black Student Union 7th Annual Poetry Jam

Students and alumni took to the stage to perform original works of poetry in celebration of the spoken word and self-expression on October 19.

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