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Co-chair of women’s march on Washington Linda Sarsour talks resisting the age of Trump -

April 29, 2017

Late-inning grand slam gives Dayton 5-2 win over UMass baseball -

April 28, 2017

GEO holds rally for better working conditions -

April 28, 2017

Prison Abolition Collective spreads awareness of mass incarceration -

April 27, 2017

Co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington, Linda Sarsour, to speak at UMass Friday -

April 27, 2017

UMass tennis sets sights for Atlantic 10 tournament -

April 27, 2017

Weather postpones UMass softball as it sets its sights on weekend series with La Salle -

April 27, 2017

UMass men’s lacrosse preps for final regular season game with CAA tournament looming -

April 27, 2017

‘Girls’ gives an honest farewell with final season -

April 27, 2017

Don’t stress too much about spoilers -

April 27, 2017

Reserving the right energy for the final push -

April 27, 2017

An unexpected impact -

April 27, 2017

White dove, red ribbon -

April 27, 2017

Making hard decisions in college -

April 27, 2017

Marc Osten fondly remembered by student activism community -

April 26, 2017

New Design Building officially opened -

April 26, 2017

New natural gas pipeline proposed between Easthampton and Holyoke -

April 26, 2017

UMass men’s lacrosse to honor seniors Friday against Drexel -

April 26, 2017

UMass baseball bullpen getting stronger as the season goes on -

April 26, 2017

Assistant coach Ben Barr, a major reason for UMass hockey’s prized recruiting class -

April 26, 2017

Distractology simulation educates drivers about distracted driving

Students tried out the Distractology program on Monday in front of the Student Union using a simulation intended to educate drivers on the dangers of distracted driving.

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Amherst Police Log: Feb. 19-21

A man was arrested after punching a female Amherst Police Officer in the face, and a woman called police after being hit in the face with a dead squirrel.

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UMass construction sites work to add female, minority workers

On average, current University of Massachusetts construction sites have employed less women than the state-sanctioned goals, and fell behind in hiring minorities in the month of January.

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Greek Life members collaborate for ‘Fraternity Spring Cleanup’

A similar event is planned following “Blarney Blowout,” as fraternity members aim to strengthen their relationship with the Amherst community.

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Freedom Café plans for relocation

The coffee shop, which is a nonprofit organization, is planning looking to move later this year to the basement of the First Baptist Church.

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New Director of Economic Development wants to lead Amherst into the future while preserving its character

Geoffrey Kravitz hopes to attract technology companies to retain the intellectual capital from local universities.

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UMass sophomore places sixth in Cyclo-Cross World Championships

Ellen Noble plans to join a professional cyclo-cross team next year, and discussed her path to reaching the sport’s biggest stage.

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New UMass Police Chief Tyrone Parham excited to join campus community

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.

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UMass community grieves for beloved friend and mentor James Tilley

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

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

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Student-run political groups gear up for the Massachusetts primary

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Rao’s rebranding is met with mixed feelings

After rebranding as “Share” on Jan. 2, the Rao’s cafes in Amherst and Northampton saw changes to their aesthetics, menus and pricing that were met with mixed feelings from customers.

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Amherst College votes to remove Lord Jeffery as mascot

Board of Trustees decided to change mascot following student protest in November.

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Amherst Select Board will not grant permit to Extravaganja organizers

Having attracted more than 6,000 people in 2015, Extravaganja has outgrown the Amherst Town Common, the select board said Monday night.

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Amherst sees surge in armed robberies during final months of 2015.

Seven armed robberies were reported in Amherst throughout 2015, but six of those came between Nov. 6 and Dec. 21.

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Man found dead in downtown Amherst restaurant

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.

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