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Trio of second period goals leads Maine to 3-1 win over UMass hockey -

January 16, 2018

Small-ball lineup sparks UMass men’s basketball comeback over Saint Joseph’s -

January 14, 2018

UMass men’s basketball tops St. Joe’s in wild comeback -

January 14, 2018

UMass women’s track and field have record day at Beantown Challenge -

January 14, 2018

UMass women’s basketball blows halftime lead to Saint Joseph’s, fall to the Hawks 84-79. -

January 14, 2018

UMass hockey beats Vermont 6-3 in courageous win -

January 13, 2018

Makar, Leonard score but UMass can only muster 2-2 tie with Vermont -

January 13, 2018

Pipkins breaks UMass single game scoring record in comeback win over La Salle -

January 10, 2018

Conservative student activism group sues UMass over free speech policy -

January 10, 2018

Report: Makar declines invite from Team Canada Olympic team -

January 10, 2018

Prince Hall flood over winter break -

January 10, 2018

Minutemen look to avoid three straight losses with pair against Vermont -

January 10, 2018

Men’s and women’s track and field open seasons at Dartmouth Relays -

January 10, 2018

Turnovers and poor shooting hurt UMass women’s basketball in another conference loss at St. Bonaventure -

January 8, 2018

Shorthanded, UMass men’s basketball shocks Dayton with 62-60 win -

January 7, 2018

Northampton City Council elects Ryan O’Donnell as new council president -

January 7, 2018

UMass power play stays hot but Minutemen lose 8-3 to UMass Lowell -

January 7, 2018

UMass hockey falls to UMass Lowell in 8-3 blowout -

January 7, 2018

UMass hockey falls short against Yale in 5-3 loss Friday -

January 5, 2018

Otis Livingston II, George Mason drop UMass men’s basketball 80-72 -

January 3, 2018

Student gathering at Puffer’s Pond leaves litter

Last Monday, hundreds of students enjoyed the Patriots’ Day holiday by flocking to Puffer’s Pond, which resulted in letter scattered along the beach.

Political Science professor pushes for UN Sustainable Council

Political science professor Peter Haas is part of a group of 32 governance experts proposing the creation of a United Nations Sustainable Development Council.

Sunday dinner with the Motown Man

Many Amherst residents know or have heard of the “Motown Man,” a street performer who belts out James Brown renditions in the middle of Amherst Center. But few may know the true man behind the cape and bucket…

UMass geosciences professor analyzes planet’s sustainability problems

The planet must take steps toward becoming a more equitable and sustainable society, said UMass professor Raymond Bradley at a Daffodil lecture yesterday.

‘Everybody knows somebody’: College students affected by eating disorders

One in five college students are said to suffer from some type of an eating disorder, according to eating disorder service provider Walden Behavioral Care.

Prospective chancellor Subbaswamy visits campus today

Kumble Subbaswamy, provost at the University of Kentucky for six years said at an open meeting at UMass today that he wants to collaborate with all sectors and constituents within the university, and maintain the high aspirations to keep UMass on track as a top research institution.

Western Mass. Primary turnout low; poll finds Obama leads in Bay State

Voter turnout in Tuesday’s primaries was low across western Mass., as citizens in the heavily Democratic area mostly abstained from selecting a Republican nominee for the presidency.

Study finds 15 percent of marriages in 2010 were interracial

A study conducted by Wendy Wang of the Pew Research Center, analyzing data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey in 2008-2010 found that 15 percent of all new marriages in the US were interracial.

Craig’s Doors offers shelter to NCAA All-American athlete

Craig’s Doors, a shelter in the basement of First Baptist Church on North Pleasant Street, is where people from different backgrounds all over call home

Governor proposes tax increase on cigarettes and candy for 2013

Governor Deval Patrick has proposed a tax increase on candy, cigarettes and soda to possibly take effect in 2013.

Students look for alternative options when buying textbooks for class

With the rise of digital books and other resources now available to students, buying textbooks new seems to be on the decline.

Sleep deprivation hurts memory and study habits

Psychology professor, and sleep researcher Rebecca Spencer offers her insight about the function of sleep during the most studious time of the year: finals week.

Cyber Monday offers shoppers incentives

Cyber Monday, which offers some deals that compete with Black Friday, is an alternative to many people, though not all like the online sale.

Professor speaks about implications of too much online interaction

Distinguished Faculty Professor Jarice Hanson gave a lecture yesterday breaking down the shift from old to new media, and the impacts on communication and behavior.

Local survival center looks to have turkey on all tables

Amherst Survival Center works to alleviate the stress of the holiday season for people who cannot afford the traditional Thanksgiving feast.

Occupy protesters participate in local demonstrations

Local supporters of the Occupy Wall Street movement demonstrated outside the Bank of America on South Pleasant Street Thursday.

UMass team plays in the fifth Quidditch World Cup

The UM Quidditch team traveled to New York City this past weekend to play in the World Cup.

Professor Kassow talks about Nazi-occupied Poland during lecture

Samuel Kassow, Charles H. Northam Professor of History at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., answered that question in his lecture called “History and Catastrophe: Emanuel Ringelblum in the Warsaw Ghetto” last Wednesday.

Panel discusses the crisis in higher education

Panel hosted by Max Page, professor of art and architecture, Laura Briggs, chair of women gender sexuality studies and Sophia Zaman undergraduate in women gender and sexuality studies explored the crisis in higher education and it’s impact on UMass

Some UMass students take alternative routes to school

Seth Engelbourg, a freshman from Sharon, and Sam Dilthey, a freshman political science major from North Adams, immersed themselves in other cultures and gained work experience during a gap year before college.