HIGHER EDUCATION

NORTHAMPTON — “For me, it felt intimidating. It felt really rewarding,” said Yvonne Freccero, 90, of Northampton, of receiving an honorary degree...

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly reported Barbara Smith’s last name.SOUTH HADLEY — Parents relatives, friends, and well...

NORTHAMPTON — At Smith’s 141st commencement, the theme of change — past, present and future — took center stage.“Women have made changes to society...

AMHERST — When she was growing up, Claudia Hermano’s family moved a lot — from New York to California, around that state, back to New York, to...

BOSTON — The Legislature’s Joint Committee on Higher Education met Monday for a hearing on several bills that would increase the state’s monitoring...

BOSTON — The recent college admissions scandal coupled with broader outrage against mounting student loan debt is pushing many of the country’s...

AMHERST — Over the past four decades, wherever there was a battle being fought over the future of public education, it was a safe bet that...

AMHERST — In 1993, Andres Martinez, now 58, left Venezuela for the United States, leaving behind his law studies at the Central University of...

HADLEY — When a child graduates college, it is a very big moment for parents. It is an even bigger moment, it turns out, when a parent and a child...

AMHERST — Hampshire College’s president announced on Wednesday that the school’s incoming fall class will consist of 15 students who have recently...

AMHERST — University of Massachusetts leaders, higher education advocates and some local lawmakers are expressing concern over a state Senate...

AMHERST — The University of Massachusetts Amherst College Democrats are one of a growing number of college Democrat groups announcing a boycott on...

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