UMass Football Coach Mark Whipple Suspended For Saying Officials 'Raped' TeamThe University of Massachusetts has suspended head football coach Mark Whipple for referencing rape in his postgame comments.
Compound In Toothpaste May Increase Risk Of Colon CancerResearchers have found that a germ-fighting ingredient in toothpaste may be linked to colon cancer.
Study: Getting Into UMass Amherst Tougher For In-State ApplicantsA new report suggests that gaining admission to the University of Massachusetts' flagship campus in Amherst is more difficult for Massachusetts residents than it is for those who live outside the state.
Mount Ida College Officials May Face Subpoenas From Panel On ClosureTop officials of a Massachusetts college that recently closed its doors declined to appear before lawmakers at an oversight hearing on Wednesday, prompting the head of the panel to warn it might issue subpoenas.
Cardi B Performing For UMass Amherst Students After School Wins ContestRapper Cardi B is coming to UMass Amherst Wednesday night.
UMass Amherst Student Seriously Injured On Spring Break In CancunA UMass Amherst student was seriously injured while vacationing in Cancun, Mexico during spring break.
UMass Schedules Mass Meningitis Vaccination ProgramFederal health officials determined that two recent cases of meningitis at UMass Amherst should be considered an outbreak.
Family Hopes Others Can Learn From Daughter's Fatal Case Of MeningitisFor the last two decades, Madeline and Steven Duarte of Rochester have been on a mission to educate about the dangers of meningitis.
UMass Amherst Officials Say 2 Students Have MeningitisOfficials at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have issued a warning to the community after two students were diagnosed with bacterial meningitis.
Study: Majority Of Plainridge Park Casino Revenue Comes From ResidentsUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst researchers said in a survey released Thursday that nearly 80 percent of all revenue at the Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville was derived from Massachusetts residents.
Mother Sues UMass Over Son's Fatal Drug OverdoseThe mother of a University of Massachusetts Amherst student who died of a heroin overdose has filed a $6 million lawsuit against the school and another student charged with selling her son the drugs.