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Student death reported to the University Sept. 19 -

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Domestic violence and experience of Muslim women lecture kicks off seminar series -

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Students demand bathroom accountability -

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Small trashcan fire broke out in Kennedy Hall -

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Immigration policy discussed in public teach-in -

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Massachusetts men’s soccer ties Central Connecticut State in double overtime -

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Atlantic 10 Women’s Soccer Notebook: Saint Louis Billikens off to hottest start among A-10 teams -

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Health care, DACA headline congressional town hall in Northampton -

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UMass field hockey looks to continue winning streak against St. Francis and Lock Haven -

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Kuerzi battles through shin splints for UMass field hockey -

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Palmer, Britt starting to materialize as playmakers on UMass football’s receiving corps -

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Bring the Constitution back to campus -

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Why All College Students Should Still Handwrite Their Notes -

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Loads of Frustration -

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Fitbits, Apple watches and other devices all have the same objective -

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How the runway influences the real world -

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Palestinian women talk about their lives as refugees -

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UPDATE: Wayland man dies following apparent fall -

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Political discourse heats up at Amherst College -

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Author Thomas Suarez leads talk on Israel-Palestine conflict -

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Arikian named to Hermann Trophy watch list, looks to lead UM

Junior midfielder Ben Arikian was named to the Hermann Trophy watch list, collegiate soccer’s most prestigious award after leading the Minutemen in points last season. Arikian is the first player in program history to be named to the list.

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Havens works to replace Coen, aided by returning seniors

In assuming the starting quarterback job, junior Kyle Havens replaces departed senior Liam Coen, whose numerous passing records still remain in the UMass record books. Returning seniors Vladimir Ducasse and Tony Nelson look to ease Havens in.

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UMass football falls short of upset at K-State

Despite shutting out Kansas State in the second half and strong special teams play, the Minutemen were unable to overcome the Wildcats 18-point lead. Kansas State built the lead on 21 unanswered points they scored in the second quarter.

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UMass field hockey upsets No. 9 Iowa

Just a day after falling to Boston University in the UMass Invitational, the Minutewomen took down the No. 9 Hawkeyes at Garber Field. The weekend split brought UMass’ record to 2-1.

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UMass men’s soccer falls to Hartford

The Hawks Carlos Villa notched two second half goals in a six minute period to lift Hartford over the Minutemen. UMass fell remains winless after it’s season opening tie to Boston University.

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Morris returns to sidelines

After spending the past four seasons up stairs watching the UMass football team, Kevin Morris saw the Minutemen from a new angle when they played Kansas State. Morris took in the near upset from the sidelines, just one of the many changes for the new head coach.

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Offense stumbles as women’s soccer falls to 0-3

Under Angela Napoli, the Minutewomen have yet to score a goal. But the new coach has first focused on defense, something that was strong in UMass’ loss to Providence.

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Napoli steps up to replace retired Rudy

Angela Napoli played for Jim Rudy for four years and coached under him another four years, but has now taken over for her former coach after he announced his retirement early this summer.

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Rudy calls it quits after 21 years at UMass

After spending 28 years coaching women’s soccer, the last 21 years at UMass, Jim Rudy announced his retirement earlier this summer. Rudy’s resume includes four A-10 titles, two final four appearances and 37 All-Americans who played for him.

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UMass football tries to replace Coen

The 2009 Minutemen are without Liam Coen as well as Don Brown, but new quarterback Kyle Havens and head coach Kevin Morris have a senior class full of experience to rely on. UMass’ returns 20 seniors to help ease the transition.

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UMass men’s soccer aims for third straight NCAA bid

The Minutemen hope to reach the NCAA Tournament for the third year in a row, but they know it is not a given that they’ll make it. Especially when they have to deal with the loss of All-American goalie Zack Simmons.

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Arikian, DeSantis to lead men’s soccer in 2009

UMass returns seven starters from last year, but will lean on Ben Arikian and Mark DeSantis to pick up the slack of some of its losses to graduation. Those loses include goalie Zack Simmons, Mike DeSantis and Prince Ofosu.

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Field hockey hopes to build off success from last year

After having one of its best seasons in recent history, the Minutewomen hope to build off the success in 2009. Last year UMass made it to the Sweet Sixteen and head coach Justine Sowry has set her teams goal as the Elite Eight for this year.

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Field Hockey looks for new offensive leaders in 2009

The Minutewomen’s offense took a hit when it graduated three goal-scoring captains last spring, but for coach Justine Sowry there is little to worry about. With Katie Kelly, Cher King and Jill Powers, UMass still has plenty of fire power on offense.

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New team strategy in place under Napoli

With Jim Rudy gone, new coach Angela Napoli has instituted a new strategy with her Minutewomen in hopes of creating a more offensive squad. Napoli wants UMass to be a more direct and upfield team, instead of the possessive squads of past years.

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UMass women’s soccer returns Stoll, Gould in 2009

After missing last year to injuries, Sydney Stoll and Meghan Gould will return to the Minutewomen this fall. The two bring experience to the offense, something UMass lacked last fall.

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UMass advances, faces No. 3 Washington

With an 8-0 victory over Cornell on Friday, the Minutewomen advance to the winner’s bracket in the NCAA Regional Tournament to face Washington.

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Seniors ready to lead UMass in NCAAs

Led by its seniors and their leadership, UMass looks to advance to an NCAA Super Regional for the first time since its seniors were freshman. Beating Cornell Friday night is the first obstacle in the Minutewomen’s way.

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Minutewomen to host fourth-straight NCAA Regional

Sunday night, in the living room fo coach Elaine Sortino, the Minutewomen learned their fate for the upcoming NCAA Tournament. Despite beign a two-seed, UMass will host its fourth-straight NCAA Regional.

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Liveblogging UMass vs. Princeton

DailyCollegian.com liveblogs’ the game between the Minutemen lacross team and’ Princeton at Class of 1952 Stadium in Princeton, N.J.

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