Another woman fabricates story of assault
Amherst experiences a relatively quiet weekend as students departed for spring break.
UMass will continue to review campus security in wake of three incidents of firearms in past five months
University officials say they will continue to review and improve security on campus.
There are better ways that UMass could handle Blarney.
Amherst College student arrested for alleged use of counterfeit bills, while a man’s laundry was ruined after unknown vandal put feces in a washing machine.
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.
One suspect, William McKeown, 19, of Framingham, has turned himself into Framingham Police. See how the story unfolded.
William McKeown, 19, of Framingham, is in Framingham Police custody on an outstanding warrant in connection with the University of Massachusetts Police Department’s investigation into Thursday’s assault at Pierpont Hall.
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.
In selecting a new police chief over winter break, the University demonstrated a long withstanding procedure for the hiring of a high-profile position.
Eight witnesses testified Wednesday, providing further details on the 2013 night in question.
Student-sent email prompts discussion of how to handle crime alert within UMass Police.
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A woman told police that she was pushed to the ground by an unidentified male and was sexually assaulted by use of his hand early Friday morning.
Governors say that students are concerned they can’t always see the emergency stations from various areas on campus.
This semester’s Amazing Race, which was held Friday, attracted 35 team and more than 100 competitors.
Will Keve implores UMass to listen to student feedback and reject Joseph Riley for police chief.
Joseph R. Riley, Tyrone A. Parham and Thomas Y. Trawick, Jr. will participate in campus forums over the next two weeks.