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How major UMass System decisions are implemented

Lindy Reed Student Trustee The UMass Board of Trustees governs the UMass system, but includes positions for UMass students to make sure their voices are heard. This board makes and approves the major system-wide changes within the UMass system. The powers and authorities of the UMass Board of Trustees are established by Massachusetts General Law.

New $75 fee on your bill – but why it could be worth it

The new recreational space will be across the street from the Aiken Street entrance of the Campus Recreation Center. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell) Lindy Reed Sutdent Trustee Slated for completion by the first day of the fall 2017 semester, UMass Lowell will have brand new athletic and recreational fields on east campus. They will be

Trustee talk: Fall 2016 recap

UMass Lowell student trustee Lindy Reed provides insight into the progress of the UMass Board of Trustees this fall semester. (Courtesy of Lindy Reed) Lindy Reed Student Trustee Fall 2016 has been busy for the UMass Board of Trustees. Although new to the Board, I have learned a lot about the way it works and

Trustee Talk: Commitment to campus safety and inclusion

Lindy Reed Student Trustee At Wednesday’s Board of Trustees meeting, I proudly voted in favor of approving an updated non-discrimination and harassment policy. This policy is a statement of the UMass system’s commitment to fighting discrimination and harassment on campus, and promoting a safe, inclusive environment for all. The old policy specifically prohibited sexual harassment.

Trustee Talk: Welcome and update from Lindy Reed, Student Trustee

Junior Lindy Reed takes over as student trustee this year. (Photo courtesy of Lindy Reed) Lindy Reed Student Trustee After this spring’s contested election season, I am proud to introduce myself as the UMass Lowell Student Trustee. For those students who are freshmen or who somehow missed the hundreds of posters bearing my name and

2016 SGA debate live blog

Follow key quotes from each of the Student Government Association’s presidential and student trustee candidates here starting at 5:30 p.m. For a more in-depth look at each speaking candidate’s campaign, click here. — 5:34 p.m.: Presidential candidates James Christopher and Sim Dy prepare to deliver their opening statements. 5:40 p.m.: Moderator and College of Fine Arts,

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