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Debra L. Martin challenges theories on tribal violence -

October 24, 2017

Discussing ‘the F Word’ with Haile Eshe Cole: lecture on reproductive justice, feminism and gender at Amherst College -

October 24, 2017

Harvard professor talks gender equity and pay gap at UMass -

October 24, 2017

UMass club hockey falls to Florida Gulf Coast on Sunday -

October 24, 2017

Crawford, Yrazusta and Moreno make history at ITA Championships -

October 24, 2017

Women’s swimming and diving defeats Vermont for first win of season -

October 24, 2017

Men’s and women’s cross country enters post-season Saturday at Atlantic 10 championships -

October 24, 2017

Conspiracy theories and the culture of ignorance -

October 24, 2017

Should UMass still allow Greek life? -

October 24, 2017

The necessity of legalizing ecstasy and LSD -

October 24, 2017

On your feet for South African Dance -

October 24, 2017

Canadian activist and Hall of Fame singer Bruce Cockburn shares some powerful thoughts with William Plotnick -

October 24, 2017

Just in: Theta Chi suspension lifted, once again recognized by UMass -

October 23, 2017

Atkins’ season so great, apples can’t stay on trees -

October 23, 2017

‘The Next Iron Chef’’s Marc Forgione speaks at UMass -

October 23, 2017

Record start powers UMass football to 55-20 win over Georgia Southern -

October 23, 2017

Nashville Predators head coach Peter Laviolette spends off-day in Amherst -

October 23, 2017

UMass field hockey loses weekend set -

October 23, 2017

Minutewomen fail to make A-10 tournament, lose to Flyers -

October 23, 2017

DeSantis penalty kick lifts UMass men’s soccer over Dayton -

October 23, 2017

Citizen’s ‘As You Please’ transitions to a different sound from their usual grunge

Citizen’s new album is atmospheric, while still retaining their heavier sound.

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Destroyer’s ‘ken’ is a perfect median of rock and techno

Mixing techno into his indie, orchestral rock, Dan Bejar as Destroyer has a mission to make every album sound completely different from the last.

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Power to the Thin Mint: improve the Girls Scouts program

Opinion: The Girl Scouts of America is a flawed program, but allowing girls into the Boy Scouts is not the right solution.

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GWIS holds town hall on sexual assualt

Part of the #SafeAtWork campaign.

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It’s time to break the mold on breaking up

Opinion: Stop pushing people to move on before they’re ready.

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Trolleys, Trump and nuclear missiles

Opinion: President Trump is treating the North Korea crisis like a game.

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Leave millennials alone about their piercings and tattoos

Opinion: Judge the person, not the tattoo.

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‘MASSEDUCTION’ is St. Vincent at her best

St. Vincent hits a high-water mark for her career with fifth studio album ‘MASSEDUCTION.’

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Beck’s ‘Colors’ is fun, well-crafted nightclub simplicity

Multi-instrumentalist and producer Beck tackles nightclub pop, continuing to reinvent his way into the cutting edge of music.

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A playlist to jumpstart your morning

These songs are guaranteed to wake you up in the morning.

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‘Mother!’ is a horrifically beautiful psychological rollercoaster through the mind of Darren Aronofsky

The new film from the director of ‘Black Swan’ and ‘Requiem for a Dream’ is surreal home-invasion story.

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‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ is an outrageously fun time for action movie fans

Although it won’t defy anyone’s expectations, ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ is a worthy successor to the 2014 hit film.

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Angelina Jolie doesn’t allow ‘First They Killed My Father’ to rise to its potential

Like many actors with higher aspirations before her, Angelina Jolie has made the transition from in front of the camera to the director’s chair. Since her first feature, Jolie has directed four films, three of which were about the brutality of war. Jolie’s new film “First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers,” released through Netflix’s movie studio, tells the story of a young girl, Loung Ung, whose family finds themselves living under the Khmer Rouge’s rule in 1970s Cambodia. Loung is living a privileged life in Cambodia with her family of eight due to her father’s government…

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‘It’ has revitalized the modern monster movie

Instead of a typical monster movie whose main purpose is to scare you enough to see a sequel, ‘It’ will make you laugh, empathize with the characters, and yes scare the crap out of you.

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‘Wind River’ takes on weighty themes with subpar characters and beautiful cinematography

Taylor Sheridan’s directorial debut finds himself taking on a new side of the American Frontier.

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Pigeons Playing Ping Pong returns to Northampton

The Baltimore-based band will bring some funk to Pearl Street Nightclub.

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Not much is new in ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ though it might not be a bad thing

Director Bill Condon does little to reimagine the Disney classic.

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UPC releases spring concert lineup

The performers spread across genres to appeal to all students.

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‘Girls’ characters mature with their style

As the series ‘Girls’ has matured, so have the styles.

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Sydney Dance Company showcases the possibility and power of movement

Renowned company wows Amherst audience with a dynamic triple bill.

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