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Officers from the Amherst Police Department were on alert this weekend and broke up a number of parties, arresting the residents of three locations in response to town by law violations.
Due to the large turnout of attendees for the annual “Extravaganja” event this weekend, the Amherst Police Department responded to multiple calls in the downtown area.
Hundreds of people attended a run organized to support the victims and those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings Thursday night by the Mullins Center.
The three-day weekend brought many arrests for the Amherst Police Department who dealt with 14 separate incidences of alcohol related crime.
Off-campus partying this weekend led to the arrest of multiple individuals in the Amherst area despite prior preparations made by Amherst police.
Increased Amherst Police Department presence over spring break led to increased patrols to prevent break-ins and led to three arrests for DUIs.
Dr. Katherine Luzuriaga of UMass Medical School in Worcester was key in the “functional cure” of a child born with HIV in Mississippi.
Amherst police prepared for this year’s annual “Blarney “Blowout” in downtown Amherst, however, the most riotous behavior occurred at the Townhouse apartments on Meadow Street.
A rally was staged as the culmination of CERC’s “Week of Action Against Rape Culture” (WAAR).
While weekend temperatures were cold, often dipping below freezing, they did not stop a number of arrests from being made in the Amherst area as reported in the crime log.
UMass’ Coalition to End Rape Culture organized a rally in support of its “Week of Action Against Rape Culture” on Friday.
A pair of breaking and entering and alcohol related arrests were reported this weekend. However, a nuisance house violation at a house where a band performed for over 300 people, stole the show.
Engineer David Irwin has received a grant to fund software development on optimizing energy efficiency in homes and businesses.
Multiple incidents of vandalism, impaired driving and off road accidents were reported in the Amherst weekend crime log along with an early morning fight.
The University has launched a website aimed at sharing and educating the public on sustainability on campus.
The Princeton Review rates UMass as one of the “150” Best Value Colleges” from a group over 650 rated schools.
The Amherst Crime Log reported multiple car accidents this weekend after heavy storms add increased danger of driving for residents
In April UMass will turn 150, and a news release from the University highlights the sesquicentennial events to take place throughout the year.