Parham touched on variety of campus safety points Friday, including that the University has recently checked all Blue Lights on campus, and its working to remind the community to “remain vigilant” of safety.
Senior physics major James Tilley, who died Friday, was one-of-a-kind, friends say.
The Fearing Street restaurant’s kitchen will remain closed after food inspector found a banned employee running the establishment.
Democrats and Republicans alike are hosting voter registrations, debates, and canvassing for presidential candidates
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.
Peter Hechenbleikner to act as a “caretaker” while Amherst searches for a permanent Town Manager
Jacob S. Kinney apprehended with 40 bags of heroin and undisclosed amount of cash
Herrell’s Ice Cream in Northampton hosted a benefit event on Saturday to support Whole Children.
Board of Trustees decided to change mascot following student protest in November.
Having attracted more than 6,000 people in 2015, Extravaganja has outgrown the Amherst Town Common, the select board said Monday night.
The Northwestern District Attorney’s office says no foul play is suspected after it found the body of Adam Gamble, 32, of Amherst at Bertucci’s Restaurant.
The suspension, which was issued for Jan. 25 and 26, comes after the restaurant was found to have served alcohol to minors in November.
Lawsuit alleges teaching assistants at Amherst College told to sleep with students to increase enrollment
The suit, filed in Hampshire Superior Court by a former lecturer in the Spanish Department, alleges that her supervisor hired teaching assistants with “pretty faces” and told TAs to sleep with students to increase enrollment numbers in Spanish classes.
Gov. Charlie Baker, after the attacks in Paris, initially said he would not accept Syrian refugees into Massachusetts.
Womack, the fourth man to stand trial in connection with the 2012 rape, agreed to lesser charges and a reduced sentence Monday morning in Hampshire Superior Court.
Organizations work to provide nutritious and fresh food for those who have difficulty obtaining it.
Six students speakers and three student groups performed in front of a crowd of roughly 300 on Thursday evening in the Campus Center auditorium.