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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

Amherst officials discuss party-prevention strategies

Amherst law enforcement officials are hopeful that a shorter spring schedule this academic year will lead to a reduction in instances of drinking and partying-related incidents.

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Cooley Dickinson Hospital to open walk-in clinic in Amherst

In June 2010, Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton will open a new walk-in medical clinic at 170 University Dr. in Amherst.

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Post office burglar delivered to jail

Amherst Police officers responding to the United States Post Office located on 141 North Pleasant St. arrested a UMass student for allegedly breaking and entering into the building.

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Life after college offers both challenge and opportunity

Undergraduate commencement is just over two months away, and the big question remains: do you know what you are doing after college?

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Northampton judge postpones motion for dismissal in Vassell case

A judge of the Superior Court of Hampshire County has postponed a motion on Tuesday March 2 to dismiss the case against former University of Massachusetts student Jason Vassell until March 26. The motion was proposed in late 2008 by Vassell’s defense team, and seeks to dismiss charges against Vassell based on clams of selective racial prosecution.

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Crime Log for Feb 19 through March 1

The week of Feb. through proved a busy one for the University of Massachusetts Police Department who had made several drug and alcohol related arrests involving students of the University.

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University President Jack M. Wilson to step down in 2011

University of Massachusetts President Jack M. Wilson announced yesterday he will step down after eight years as head of the five-campus system when his current term ends in June 2011.

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Community Clips – March 2-8

Community Clips for the week of March 2-8

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Slideshow: Nor’easter pummels North Shore

A nor’easter hit the North Shore on the night of Feb. 25 into the following morning. The storm pulled trees from the ground, ripped roofs off of houses and businesses, and even started a fire. Many cars were crushed by fallen trees and parts of buildings. Crews are working around the clock to clean up the mess, but a handful of houses are still without electricity.

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UPDATED | UMass junior Rebecca L. Walsh studying in Chile is safe after massive quake

A University of Massachusetts junior studying abroad in Chile is safe after the South American nation was rocked by one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded on Saturday.

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Smoking ban proposal sparks debate in Amherst

Amherst residents debated a proposed ban on smoking at public events Thursday at a Board of Public Health meeting held at Bangs Community Center.

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Confessed rapist remains enrolled after administrative error

A UMass Amherst student confessed to raping a friend and former student in the fall and was mistakenly given a deferred suspension. University officials allowed him to stay on campus, a move that has administrators reexamining UMass’ sanctioning policies and procedures.

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Boston Globe: Confessed rapist remains enrolled at UMass due to administrative error

According to a story in today’s Boston Globe, “officials at the University of Massachusetts Amherst this week acknowledged that they allowed a student who confessed to raping a friend on campus last fall, a felony, to remain enrolled and avoid significant discipline.”

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Horowitz brings controversial ideas to Student Union

Former New Left radical turned conservative pundit and author of such works as “Hating Whitey: and Other Progressive Causes,” and “Unholy Alliance: Radical Islam and the American Left,” David Horowitz spoke in the Cape Cod Lounge in the Student Union Tuesday evening.

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Bottles and cans for Haiti

University of Massachusetts student Aaron Lyon has been collecting bottles and cans from area parties, exchanging them for cash and donating the money to the Red Cross for Haiti relief. Collegian contributor Joshua M. Kellogg created this slideshow about his efforts.

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Campus delays opening until 5:30 p.m. today, storms on their way

The campus will delay opening until 5:30 p.m. today, due to severe weather, University of Massachusetts officials announced this morning.

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Collision sends car over embankment into campus field

A two-car accident sent one vehicle over a steep embankment and into the athletic fields along Commonwealth Avenue across from the campus Recreation Center earlier this evening.

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Amherst Select Board votes to recommend higher alcohol fines

The Town of Amherst Select Board voted unanimously last night to recommend raising fines for drinking-related bylaws to the state maximum of $300 at the annual Town Meeting this spring.

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UMass-Lowell sophomore Jonathan Loya to run for state legislature

Jonathan Loya, a sophomore at UMass-Lowell and 19-year-old from Holliston, Mass. has announced his decision to run for Massachusetts State Representative of the Middlesex Eighth District.

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Community Clips – Week of Tuesday Feb. 23

Community Clips – Week of Tuesday Feb. 23

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