A jury convicted Liccardi on three of four charges filed against him after nearly 12 hours of deliberations.
The defendant, Adam Liccardi, also testified in the morning session. Jury deliberations are expected to begin Tuesday morning.
The alleged victim testified for almost two hours, and was emotional throughout. The prosecution rested its case Friday, and the defense is expected to call Adam Liccardi to the stand Monday.
Downey, a sophomore, is scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 21 at Eastern Hampshire District Court in Belchertown.
The jury heard audio recordings of Adam Liccardi’s refusal to interview police and instead ask to speak with his attorney in October 2012.
The app, which is new for 2015, will offer students moving into their residence halls at UMass step-by-step directions to help with the move-in process.
Opening statements were delivered in the trial of Adam Liccardi, who is the third of four to stand trial following an alleged 2012 gang rape in Pierpont Dormitory.
University has recently introduced new policies to support transgender and non-gender conforming students.
The state legislature is expected to act in a supplemental budget bill next month.
Restaurateur Andy Yee told MassLive he recently purchased the diner, which plans to reopen in November as Johnny’s Roadside Diner.
Nicholas Carr Bergstein, 20, a history major, died unexpectedly of a sudden illness Tuesday.
The proposal to charge after 5 p.m., which drew much criticism in the spring, is still under University review, but will not take effect immediately.
Instead of taking out private loans that can carry high interest rates, some students are asking for people to donate to their education using websites like GoFundMe.
The Massachusetts House and Senate restored $5.25 million for the university system nearly two weeks after Governor Charlie Baker cut it from the state budget.
Governor’s decision brings allocation for the university system back in line with his initial proposal.
The Title IX compliant regulation was approved last fall and went into effect in the spring semester.
Normand Berlin, a professor emeritus of English and integral contributor to the Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies, died on Monday, after over 40 years of service to the University of Massachusetts community. He was 83. Berlin retired from teaching in 1995, following a 40-year career at UMass. During his time he traveled throughout the world on exchange and summer programs, teaching at Harvard University, the University of Hawaii and the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. He was also the director of the Oxford Summer seminar in 1988 and 1991. Prior to his stint at the UMass, Berlin…
The distinguished professor in the English department and acclaimed poet died Wednesday evening.
The bill now awaits approval from both chambers and Governor Charlie Baker.
According to a report, the state medical examiner determined the 21-year-old UMass student died from blood clots which may have resulted from the use of birth control.