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UMass women’s soccer takes complete control in 3-1 win vs. Davidson -

September 25, 2017

Shaughnessy Naughton speaks on STEM professionals in politics -

September 25, 2017

ESPN author and journalist talks sports and mental health at UMass -

September 25, 2017

UMass men’s soccer remains unbeaten at home -

September 25, 2017

Minutewomen split Pennsylvania trip -

September 25, 2017

Kozlowski’s minutes limited for second straight game in loss versus Fordham -

September 25, 2017

Late penalty-kick goal not enough vs. Rams -

September 25, 2017

UMass football nearly upends Tennessee Saturday in 17-13 loss -

September 25, 2017

A conversation with the Pixies’ Joey Santiago -

September 25, 2017

The problem with peer mentors -

September 25, 2017

Jukebox the Ghost take Northampton by storm -

September 25, 2017

Let them eat cake -

September 24, 2017

Three weeks in, and two UMass fraternities under suspension -

September 23, 2017

UMPD crime alert informs campus of motor vehicle theft near Rudd Field Sept. 17 -

September 22, 2017

‘It’ has revitalized the modern monster movie -

September 21, 2017

UMass Republicans feel ostracized in political climate -

September 21, 2017

Irma hits Cuba, putting rain cloud over students’ study abroad plans -

September 21, 2017

UMass football travels to Tennessee for its first Power Five game of 2017 -

September 21, 2017

UMass women’s soccer looks ahead to Thursday matchup with Davidson -

September 21, 2017

Perussault and the Minutewomen are ready for the start of A-10 play -

September 21, 2017

Oscar-nominated live shorts offer ample emotion and artistry in the space of a few frames

The under watched gems discuss thought provoking themes.

‘Selma’ resonates with the here and now

Strongly acted and directed, the historical drama is a film for the ages.

‘Dear White People’ is the opposite of ground breaking

Movie fails to educate people fully on racism.

Revisiting ‘The Hobbit’ trilogy as the final installment looms

A look back at “The Hobbit,” a film far better than the reviews it has gotten over the years.

‘Love is Strange’ is beautiful, painful and groundbreaking

The movie’s portrayal of love is simple, effortless and nurturing, making it all the more heart wrenching.

“Fury” falls just short of greatness

A fantastic cast keeps this World War II drama fighting.

‘Pompeii’ is more disaster than film

The film “Pompeii” isn’t worth the price of admission.

Tim and Eric disgust and delight

The garish lowbrow sheen that coats every frame of Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar movie is both a misdirection from the satire’s brunt and a crucial aspect of the aesthetic.

‘The Three Musketeers’ duels to stand out

The newly adapted film, “The Three Musketeers” struggles to differentiate itself from other action movies.

“127 Hours” humbles viewers

James Franco stars as hiker Aron Ralston in “127 Hours,” the new film from director Danny Boyle. Franco portrays the hiker throughout his 127 hour life-threatening experience trapped in a canyon, as his arm is pinned beneath a boulder.

What’s the Story “Morning Glory?”

Rachel McAdams portrays Becky, a flustered producer struggling to reach success, in Roger Michell’s new film, “Morning Glory.” Supported by Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton, McAdams brings the effervescent character to life as she deals with issues that everyone can relate to.

Get ready to fall down the rabbit hole

“Alice in Wonderland,” opening in theaters this Friday, certainly isn’t set in the Wonderland you remember from the animated Disney classic you likely saw as a kid. Rather, it promises a new take on the story, transporting the viewer into another world in what will doubtless be the next 3-D blockbuster of the year.

French sleeper hit, “Séraphine” garners well-deserved praise

With vivid visuals and the stunning performance of Yolande Moreau, “Séraphine,” now showing at the Pleasant Street Theater, will capture viewers with a sensitive portrayal of the little know painter Séraphine de Senlis. The French sleeper hit has earned seven César Awards, similar to the Academy Awards in France, including Best Actress and Best Picture.

Drag me to the cinema: summer movies in review

This season’s films took us well beyond the thunderstorms of summer days – from the halls of Hogwarts to the bustling streets of 1950s France – and in some cases, brought us straight to hell. Here we break down the best (and worst) of the season.