UMass police need help finding five more people wanted in the post-Super Bowl riot on campus earlier this month.
Fourteen people arrested during a post-Super Bowl disturbance at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst have pleaded not guilty.
14 people were arrested on campus after police in riot gear were forced to disperse hundreds of students when the Patriots lost the Super Bowl.
There were no arrests in the city of Boston after the Patriots lost to the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI, but at UMass-Amherst it was a different story. Two girls recorded the event from their room and included their own commentary.
Police at UMass Amherst are looking for a suspect who reportedly assaulted a female student Sunday evening on campus.
The election is 11 months away, but there’s already a dead heat in the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts, according to a new poll.
A new study claims people are more likely to lie in an email to you rather than in a conversation.
The University of Massachusetts says it is offering full scholarships to the siblings of a Springfield boy who hanged himself in 2009 after incessant bullying at school.
A committee of the University of Massachusetts trustees has approved a 7.5 percent increase in student fees for the next academic year.
Many distinguished people from all walks of life are expected to speak at local college graduations this month.
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