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Students react to new fence around Townehouses -

March 23, 2017

‘Do You Have The Right To Do Drugs?’ debate held in Bowker Auditorium -

March 23, 2017

UMass men’s lacrosse looks to build on three-game winning streak against Brown -

March 23, 2017

UMass softball riding five-game win streak into first Atlantic 10 showdown -

March 23, 2017

Sanzo: Inability to win close games has hurt UMass baseball -

March 23, 2017

Hannah Murphy scores 100th career goal in UMass women’s lacrosse 16-9 win over Harvard -

March 23, 2017

Old age does no harm to indie rock legends The Feelies -

March 23, 2017

A track-by-track breakdown of Drake’s new project -

March 23, 2017

When a president lies -

March 23, 2017

Let them eat steak, and other gender norms I hate -

March 23, 2017

Dissecting Science: Episode Two -

March 22, 2017

Holy Cross 10-run eighth inning sinks UMass baseball -

March 22, 2017

UMass students react to Spring Concert lineup -

March 22, 2017

Letter: Vote yes for Amherst -

March 22, 2017

You don’t have to walk alone -

March 22, 2017

Tyler Bogart and D.J. Smith lead UMass men’s lacrosse during three game win streak -

March 22, 2017

UMass women’s lacrosse emphasizes defense in approaching games as its key to gaining momentum for conference play -

March 22, 2017

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

March 22, 2017

‘Get Out’ is a satirical horror for the post-Obama generation -

March 22, 2017

UPC releases spring concert lineup -

March 21, 2017

Dr. George Corey chosen as new executive director of UHS

Dr. George Corey has been appointed the new director of University Health Services after the former director retired earlier this summer.

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Therapy robot developed at UMass has successful first test run

A robot developed by University of Massachusetts researchers is making improvements in the lives of stroke patients.

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Rolling Green fire victim died from smoke inhalation, officials confirm

Officials have confirmed that University of Massachusetts student James “Jake” Hoffman died from smoke inhalation in the Jan. 21 fire at the Rolling Green apartment complex, according to MassLive.com.

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Amherst Teen to be honored by Red Cross for saving his mother’s life

George Hamilton is being recognized by the Red Cross for performing CPR on his mother, a professor at UMass, using tactics he learned from NBC’s “The Office.”

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Campus Perspective: Students voice opinions on smoking ban policy

Students provide varied opinions on the smoking ban policy and microbiology professor and Faculty Senate member, Wilmore Webley, weighs in on its implementation.

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Thomas Zoeller puts spotlight on dangers of chemicals

Award-winning Biology professor spoke out about the effects of harmful chemicals on the endocrine system and also received the Chancellor’s medal.

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New drug drop-off boxes installed in Hampshire and Franklin counties

A permanent fix in the surrounding communities aims to be a permanent solution to combat prescription drug abuse and misuse.

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Out cold: homelessness during winter

During the winter season, the cost of homelessness becomes higher for individuals as well as the organizations that provide them aid.

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Students take part in sexual assault PSA auditions

The Northwestern DA’s office hosted auditions for PSAs that will be the result of months of student consultation regarding their Sexual Assault Prevention initiative.

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Survey finds less binge drinking at UMass

The overall percentage of UMass binge drinkers is down, but percentage of female drinkers rises, according to study conducted by the Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention.

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Krav Maga classes provide proper defense techniques

Locals learn the Israeli Defense Force’s official hand-to-hand combat system at ATA Martial Arts Center in South Deerfield.

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School of Nursing receives $900,000 grant

The University of Massachusetts’ School of Nursing received an $892,559 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Bureau of Health Professions to help fund a three-year long program to draw in new, underprivileged students from minority backgrounds.

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Threat of EEE high in Amherst

After a horse died of the mosquito borne illness Eastern equine encephalitis in Belchertown, public health officials advise people to take precautions against mosquito bites.

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The road to recovery: Students fight substance abuse

Students share their stories of recovering from alcohol and drug additions while attending the University.

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Birth Control may be less effective for overweight women

A study finds birth control may be less effective for women who are overweight or obese.

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Study released on the study of sleep

A recent study by researchers at Princeton University revealed that your mother’s words were right: If you don’t get enough sleep, you’re going to get sick.

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UM researcher finds air pollution increases the cost and rate of asthma

Research by University of Massachusetts Associate Professor Sylvia Brandt finds that asthma medications and treatments are pricey.

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UMass psychology department program helps to facilitate conversations for adopted youth

The Rudd Adoption Research Program within the University of Massachusetts’ psychology department has partnered with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Hampshire County to create a mentor program for adopted youth in the community.

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Department of Health and Human Services hosts conference call

The media was invited to a conference call Wednesday sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services where the results of a study were announced claiming the Affordable Care Act helped one million young adults get health insurance.

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UMass psychologist exploring infants’ ability to recognize and differentiate faces, objects

Two studies by a UMass psychology lab are investigating an infant’s development of face and object recognition.

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