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SLIDESHOW: Tyrone Parham Sworn in as Police Chief -

February 12, 2016

UMass men’s lacrosse falls to Army 9-5 in season opener -

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UMass Police Chief Tyrone Parham ‘optimistic’ as University prepares for Blarney -

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UMass revises guest policy in advance of ‘Blarney’ weekend -

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Jabarie Hinds gives UMass men’s basketball a lift in upset win over VCU -

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UMass men’s basketball overcomes late VCU surge in 69-63 win -

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Offensive vandalism found in Integrated Learning Center -

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Nominations for SGA elections will remain open until Feb. 19 -

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SGA, MassPIRG work together on open source textbook initiative -

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Civil rights activist Cornel West to speak at Smith College -

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Uncertainties surround UMass men’s lacrosse as it kicks off season against Army -

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New face, same old ‘Havoc’: UMass basketball ready to face familiar style of play against VCU -

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UMass women’s lacrosse begins season with high expectations, seeking eighth straight A-10 championship -

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UMass hockey players react to news of next year’s trip to Belfast -

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UMass women’s basketball falls to La Salle, drops 11th straight game -

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‘Havoc’ returns to Mullins Center as UMass men’s basketball prepares for VCU -

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UMass Police Chief Tyrone Parham ‘optimistic’ as University prepares for Blarney

Tyrone A. Parham was sworn in as UMPD Police Chief on Friday. 
(Shannon Broderick/Daily Collegian)

Tyrone Parham, who was sworn in as UMass police chief Friday, said he hopes the pattern of last year’s “success” dealing with Blarney Blowout will continue this year.

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UMass revises guest policy in advance of ‘Blarney’ weekend

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Under the policy, up to four UMass Amherst students may be signed in as guests beginning Thursday, March 3 at 8 p.m. and continuing through Sunday, March 6 at 11 p.m. The revision mirrors steps taken last year by UMass in advance of ‘Blarney.’

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Offensive vandalism found in Integrated Learning Center

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University of Massachusetts Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy called the carving of a swastika in an ILC bathroom stall a “cowardly act of hatred.”

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Nominations for SGA elections will remain open until Feb. 19

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Senatorial elections will be held in the spring for the first time and are set to open March 20 at midnight.

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SGA, MassPIRG work together on open source textbook initiative

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Open source textbooks would only cost students the amount necessary to print them, according to Matthew Martin, coordinator of MassPIRG’s Affordable Textbooks Campaign.

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Civil rights activist Cornel West to speak at Smith College

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West will examine the United States’ current racial issues during a lecture at Smith College on Thursday.

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MassPIRG forum discusses problem of antibiotic resistance

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During a forum in the Cape Cod Lounge Tuesday evening, four speakers focused on the problem of antibiotic resistance, which is fueled by the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms.

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UMass community grieves for beloved friend and mentor James Tilley

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Senior physics major James Tilley, who died Friday, was one-of-a-kind, friends say.

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Amherst Board of Health votes against reinstating College Pizza’s food establishment license

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The Fearing Street restaurant’s kitchen will remain closed after food inspector found a banned employee running the establishment.

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Storify: Sanders, Trump both record large victories in Granite State

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Sanders and Trump both follow poll predictions with wins in New Hampshire, while other candidates turn their focus to South Carolina and Super Tuesday.

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Student-run political groups gear up for the Massachusetts primary

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Democrats and Republicans alike are hosting voter registrations, debates, and canvassing for presidential candidates

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Berthiaume Center recognized with top entrepreneurship award

(Shannon Broderick/Daily Collegian)

Founded less than two years ago, the center stood out from a group of seven applicants to receive the 2016 Outstanding Emerging Entrepreneurship Program Award.

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Amherst hires new interim town manager

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Peter Hechenbleikner to act as a “caretaker” while Amherst searches for a permanent Town Manager

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Man arrested for possession of heroin with intent to distribute

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Jacob S. Kinney apprehended with 40 bags of heroin and undisclosed amount of cash

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IT Forum held to outline updates in new security policies

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Updates explained during the forum outline acceptable use of UMass’ network and technology.

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UMass Poll results place Sanders, Trump at top going into NH primary

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Hillary Clinton trails Bernie Sanders by 14 points, though she is still voted the most qualified candidate among Democratic voters.

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Herrell’s ‘Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day’ event a sweet success

(Erica Lowenkron/Daily Collegian)

Herrell’s Ice Cream in Northampton hosted a benefit event on Saturday to support Whole Children.

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Students recall innocent, kind attitude of Connor Cummings at Memorial Service

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A Catholic service followed a display of photography from Cummings, who died over winter break.

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Jury convicts Patrick Durocher of rape, assault and battery

Former University of Massachusetts student Patrick Durocher, 20, of Longmeadow answers questions from his attorney, Vincent Bongiorni, during his trial in Hampshire Superior Court in Northampton on Wednesday.
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Patrick Durocher, 20, was found guilty on two charges in connection with the rape of a woman outside the UMass Campus Center in 2013.

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UMass student dies Friday morning

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James Tilley, a senior, died after falling from a Hasbrouck Laboratory window early Friday morning.

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