September 3, 2014

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New SGA leaders spend summer preparing for fall semester -

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Devin O’Neill looks to start new chapter in UMass men’s soccer -

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‘The Giver’ is a torturous, misguided bore -

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Our plugged in world -

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Mullins Center renovations aimed at improving fan experience -

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Antonio’s Pizza by the Slice a favorite among students -

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J.T. Blyden is earning the respect and trust of his teammates -

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The vilification of police in America -

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No. 10 Minutewomen swept in the “Conference Cup” to open the season -

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UMass tuition and fees frozen for second consecutive year -

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Too good for the charts -

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Final Fantasy XIV turns one this month: a look back on a realm reborn -

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Ferguson may demilitarize local police -

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UMass falls to Utah Valley season opener -

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UMass holds world’s largest clambake -

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Pair of UMass seniors set to increase leadership after Koch’s passing -

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Remembering Robin Williams -

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Racism after dark: Violence in the ‘sundown town’ of Ferguson -

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Integrative Learning Center opens for fall semester -

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UMass looks to repeat success despite daunting schedule -

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Youth making considerable impact as practices resume

UMass men’s basketball begins practices with four new freshmen, all attempting to crack a proven rotation.

Video highlights: UMass basketball snaps losing skid with win over Dayton

The UMass men’s basketball team snapped a 3-game losing streak with a 77-66 win over the Dayton Flyers. Here are the highlights.

Hewitt: Atlantic 10 is becoming an elite college basketball conference

The Atlantic 10 is creeping into the conversation as one of the best college basketball conferences in the country.

Minutemen will have to fight to make it to the NCAA tournament

Nate Luippold looks at the Minutemen’s chances at making the NCAA tournament, after a decade without seeing a tournament game.

UMass on the road again

Following two straight Atlantic 10 wins and three consecutive road victories, the Massachusetts men’s basketball team will look to continue hitting its stride when it takes on conference foe Saint Louis on the road Wednesday.

Second-half offensive attack beats UM

The Spiders took advantage of poor UMass defense and connected on eight of their first nine shots in the second half, enabling them to pull away from the Minutemen Saturday.

UMass drops 2nd-straight game to Black Bears at Mullins

The Minutemen suffered its second-straight loss after seven-straight victories Wednesday night, falling to Maine, 68-56. UMass shot just 22.9 percent from the field and 2-of-14 from beyond the arc in the second half. The Minutemen’s schedule doesn’t get easier, as Big East team Seton Hall heads into Amherst Saturday.

Shooting woes plague Minutemen against Black Bears

UMass has relied heavily on players like Anthony Gurley and Freddie Riley to score points. As a team against Maine Wednesday evening, the Minutemen went 18-of-61 from the field and 5-for-25 from 3-point range. UMass also missed a number of layups which ultimately resulted in their second-straight loss of 2010.

Letters to the Editor: Dec. 8, 2010

Dear Editor, The article, “Four Loko is only the face of the issue,” brings up issues that many students aren’t aware of. The rate of underage students consuming Four Loko has risen greatly in the past couple of years, and the consequences should be publicized. This popular drink is now banned in Massachusetts, but my concern is that students may still have access to it. Four Loko is more difficult to access because liquor stores around campus are only allowed to sell what they had left in stock. Once it is out of stock, something is going to be on…

Minutemen escape Sacred Heart, 73-65, on Wednesday

It wasn’t pretty, and it surely wasn’t easy, but the Massachusetts men’s basketball team finished off Sacred Heart on Wednesday with Anthony Gurley earning a team-high 18 points. While the victory encompassed a few different scorers, the Minutemen had a tough time starting right out of the gate.

Carter improves game against Sacred Heart

After a tough freshman year and getting accustomed to the way the college game works, sophomore Sampson Carter has returned to the Minutemen with improved skill as he scored a career-high 17 points to give UMass the victory.

Minutemen take on Judges in preseason game Thursday

Coach Derek Kellogg will get a feel for his team this Thursday when UMass scrimmages Division III Brandeis at the Mullins Center. Tipoff is at 7 p.m. and is open to the public.

Frontcourt leads UMass to victory

Led by Jasmine Watson’s career-high 21 points and another 16 points from Kristina Danella, the Minutewomen dominated down low against the Rams in their 60-50 victory.

Poor shooting dooms Minutemen at No. 25 Baylor

Beyond a double-double from Terrell Vinson and 15 points from Ricky Harris, the Minutemen found little success shooting against the Bears on Saturday night. As a team, UMass shot 24.2 percent from the floor, its worst shooting night of the season.