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Author, poet and ex-con gives talk on criminal justice reform -

September 29, 2016

Israeli writer Ari Shavit speaks at Integrative Learning Center -

September 29, 2016

Alex DeSantis continues strong play for UMass men’s soccer as season reaches midway point -

September 29, 2016

Andrew Ford looks to continue to lead UMass football’s torrid offensive passing attack -

September 29, 2016

Sunset Grill and Pizza adjusts as a new restaurant in Amherst -

September 29, 2016

UMass field hockey falls 8-1 to No. 1 UConn -

September 29, 2016

Offensive-oriented practices hold high hopes for UMass women’s soccer with A-10 opener Thursday -

September 29, 2016

Hyper-stress on college campuses: a culture of high achievement leads to increased rates of mental illnesses -

September 29, 2016

Race of candidates should not affect voter turnout -

September 29, 2016

Students share what keeps them happy during the fall -

September 29, 2016

Harvest’s millennial-pandering replacement to Chameleon Cold Brew leaves caffeine fans at a loss -

September 29, 2016

Guide to fall 5K races and beyond -

September 29, 2016

UMass Votes Coalition hosts voter registration event -

September 28, 2016

Brettell presents on U.S. immigration policies -

September 28, 2016

UMass running back Marquis Young looks to build off momentum gained against Mississippi State -

September 28, 2016

UMass field hockey team seeks revenge against undefeated UConn -

September 28, 2016

UMass hockey announces captains for 2016-17 season -

September 28, 2016

Andy Isabella finds his niche within the UMass football offense -

September 28, 2016

The EpiPen Crisis: How did this happen? -

September 28, 2016

Cymbals Eat Guitars evolve and impress on “Pretty Years” -

September 28, 2016

UMPD investigating JQA sexual assault

Officers were summoned to John Quincy Adams dorm (JQA) at approximately 3:20 a.m. Friday morning by a male party who claimed that one of his floormates had been sexually assaulted.

Amherst Police successfully prevent break-in’s

With the holiday season approaching, past years have shown an increase in break-in’s along with the times. However, the Amherst Police Department has reported that this number has decreased thanks to the help of a new program.

Amherst Police attempting to save students from tickets

The Amherst Police Department offers advice for the continuously rising number of people who are illegally parking on the campus, and alternatives to save them cash.

UMass student suspected in assault case

Timothy J. Martin, a University of Massachusetts student is suspected of assault with a deadly weapon.

District 7 race pits incumbent Markey against newcomer Dembrowski

The Congressional race in Massachusetts’ District 7 pits political newcomer Dr. Gerry Dembrowski against solidly entrenched, 34-year incumbent Ed Markey for a seat in the House of Representatives. However, what Markey possesses in experience, Dembrowski matches with confidence.

UMass professor scouts out cave for underground lab

An assistant professor in the Geosciences Department at the University of Massachusetts went on an excursion to South Dakota this summer to examine a defunct gold mine for its research potential.

Chancellor restructures administration, with increased focus on external relations and IT

Last summer’s departure of former Executive Vice Chancellor Tom Milligan has brought about many changes in staff and administrative duties.

University presses performing strong

The American Association of Publishers (AAP) recently reported exceptionally strong June 2010 book sales for university presses.

Twenty nine UMass grads to Teach for America

The University of Massachusetts produced 29 selections for the Teach for America program in its 2010 graduating class.

W.E.B. DuBois library’s archives go digital

The Library’s Special Collections department has commenced the process of uploading the Libary’s extensive archives to a digital format.

UMass professors recount trials in textbook publishing

of Massachusetts professors discuss personal research experiences with all of the benefits and pitfalls of the textbook publishing market.

Students to start Campus Shared Agriculture program for UMass community

Students taking a class in the department of Plant, Soil and Insect Sciences are planning to create a Campus Shared Agriculture (CSA) program at the University of Massachusetts Extension Farm in South Deerfield.

Final vice chancellor candidate Charles speaks to campus

Dr. Kevin E. Charles, the assistant vice president of student and academic services at the University of New Hampshire, held a public forum Tuesday evening to discuss his plans for the future should he become a vice chancellor at the University of Massachusetts

Ground broken on new UMPD station

Last Friday, UMass broke ground on a brand new, $12.5 million police station. The 27,130 square-foot building will be located at 585 East Pleasant Street, across from the North Fire Station behind Orchard Hill and past Sylvan and the North Apartments.

UMass Annual Fund sees surprising fundraising success

After a mere three weeks of fundraising, the UMass Amherst Annual Fund’s Faculty and Staff Campaign has collected over 800 donations, amounting to a surprising $471,313. The Faculty and Staff Campaign was recently introduced as a means of encouraging faculty and staff to help out the cash-strapped campus.

Amherst receives H1N1 vaccine

The town of Amherst has received its anxiously-awaited shipment of H1N1 vaccine. As the cases of swine flu pile up amongst the student body of the University of Massachusetts, for most, the vaccine has come not a moment too soon.

UMass Dining offers fat tips on eating healthy

Executive Dining Director Ken Toong and members of the University of Massachusetts department of nutrition held a presentation on the differenty types of oils used in cooking and the ways that UMass dining halls have adjusted to new breakthroughs in food science.

UMass looks to out-of-state students to ease budget crisis

Chancellor Holub has proposed increasing out-of-state recruitment of prospective students to campus in the hopes their higher tuition rates will help alleviate decreased revenue.

Pioneer Valley Red Cross helps with flood damage in Georgia

The website of the Pioneer Valley chapter of the Red Cross says that it services 75 communities in western Massachusetts. The question is remains, however: Why are they involved in an emergency happening over 1,200 miles away?

Pioneer Valley Red Cross helps with flood damage in Georgia

Seventeen counties in Georgia are in turmoil right now, hammered by weeks of pouring rain spawned by the remnants of Hurricane Fred and an unusually warm air system in the Gulf of Mexico.

The website of the Pioneer Valley chapter of the Red Cross says that it services 75 communities in western Massachusetts. The question is remains, however: Why are they involved in an emergency happening over 1,200 miles away?