Scrolling Headlines:

UMass tuition set to rise 3-4 percent for 2017-2018 school year -

July 18, 2017

PVTA potential cuts affect UMass and five college students -

July 10, 2017

New director of student broadcast media at UMass this fall -

July 10, 2017

Whose American Dream? -

June 24, 2017

Man who threatened to bomb Coolidge Hall taken into ICE custody -

June 24, 2017

Cale Makar drafted by Colorado Avalanche in first round of 2017 NHL Entry Draft -

June 24, 2017

Conservatives: The Trump experiment is over -

June 17, 2017

UMass basketball lands transfer Kieran Hayward from LSU -

May 18, 2017

UMass basketball’s Donte Clark transferring to Coastal Carolina -

May 17, 2017

Report: Keon Clergeot transfers to UMass basketball program -

May 15, 2017

Despite title-game loss, Meg Colleran’s brilliance in circle was an incredible feat -

May 14, 2017

UMass softball loses in heartbreaker in A-10 title game -

May 14, 2017

Navy sinks UMass women’s lacrosse 23-11 in NCAA tournament second round, ending Minutewomen’s season -

May 14, 2017

UMass softball advances to A-10 Championship game -

May 13, 2017

UMass basketball adds Rutgers transfer Jonathan Laurent -

May 13, 2017

UMass women’s lacrosse gets revenge on Colorado, beat Buffs 13-7 in NCAA Tournament First Round -

May 13, 2017

Meg Colleran dominates as UMass softball tops Saint Joseph’s, advances in A-10 tournament -

May 12, 2017

Rain keeps UMass softball from opening tournament play; Minutewomen earn A-10 honors -

May 11, 2017

Former UMass football wide receiver Tajae Sharpe accused of assault in lawsuit -

May 10, 2017

Justice Gorsuch can save the UMass GEO -

May 10, 2017

Leaves begin to change

Ranked 14th out of 25, Amherst is on Yankee Magazine’s list for top foliage towns in New England.

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PCB Removal in LGRC Windows

UMass has recently reached a consent agreement that will allow for the safe containment and eventual removal of a number of polychlorinated biphenyl-contaminated windows in the LGRC.

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Residential Life to keep Peer Mentor program for 2012-2013

Peer Mentors will have a place in first-year dormitories next year, according to an email sent to current peer mentors and apartment living assistants by Assistant Director for Learning Communities Anjali Cadena.

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Earthquakes shakes up Hatfield

A small earthquake shook up Hatfield in the early hours of the morning on Monday. It caused no reported injuries or damages.

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Wintry mid-autumn storm sweeps Western Mass., recovery begins

The rare fall nor’easter that pummeled the region Saturday left hundreds of thousands of people without power and toppled trees and branches across the Pioneer Valley and around much of the Northeast, shaking up normality for some.

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Keeping up with Facebook: Recent site updates decoded

Facebook recently updated its Web page, drawing on different social media platforms for inspiration. Here’s a look at what users can expect.

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Fingernails and Factoids: professor talks informal education

UMass Lowell professor David Lustick spoke yesterday at at STEM lecture about the effects informal science education has on students.

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UMass to host farmers’ markets every Friday

The UMass Student Farm, UMass Permaculture and Garden Share are teaming up to sponsor farmers’ markets, every Friday in the Campus Center.

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(Eye)Spy, an event-tracking website, prepares for launch

Two UMass alums have created a website that tracks social events in the local area.

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Connecticut River commission member to address river’s significance

Nathaniel Tripp, the Vermont delegate to the Connecticut River Joint Commission, will discuss Tuesday how New England’s largest waterway connects people and places in a Tuesday lecture.

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Massachusetts nuclear sites face increased scrutiny

In the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear meltdown in Japan, several Massachusetts nuclear power generating sites are drawing increased scrutiny from government regulators seeking to ensure similar disasters are never an issue here.

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UM Professor predicts that flooding could increase with water table rise

UMass Professor David Boutt found an increase in water tables that could lead to increased flooding in the New England Region.

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UPDATE: UMass abroad students safe after Japan earthquake

At 2:46 local time, an 8.9 earthquake crushed Japan and proliferated a tsunami that sliced through the country.

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UMass researchers discover new function in protein for cancer treatment

UMass researchers discover new function of protein that could be useful in preventing and treating cancer by experimenting on frog embryos.

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Researchers developing technology to ‘print’ replicated human skin to heal wounds

A group of researchers, backed by a government-funded grant, are developing technology that could revolutionize the way those wounded would be treated.

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Report shows EPA creates jobs

A report released by the Political Economy Research Institute in February showed that compliance with Environmental Protection Agency regulations contributes to job growth and not job losses, as many believed.

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Recycled garb: Your civic duty?

Entrepreneur Steven Weinreb has launched a new line of shoes made entirely from recycled materials.

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Study shows that not all smiles created equal

Researchers at Michigan State University are finding despite what employers and moms say, smiling may not always be the best option.

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Creationism still exists in the classroom

A recent study of over 900 schools in the United States has found that creationism is still being taught in many classrooms.

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Oil from BP spill lingers off Gulf Coast

University of Massachusetts research has revealed that oil from the BP spill is still affecting life along and in the Gulf of Mexico, and according to one UMass professor, there is still work to be done.

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