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Pepper sprayed, assaulted, arrested for filming #ExcessiveForce

Film the Police, Police Brutality, Amherst, Lawsuit, Riot Police, Lawsuit, Militarized Police

Amherst, MA– University of Massachusetts Amherst student, Thomas Donovan, who is majoring in legal studies and had planned to become a Massachusetts State Trooper, has filed a lawsuit alleging his civil rights were violated after he was pepper sprayed, assaulted, and arrested for filming police brutality. 37 more words

Worth the Wait? The Scourge of the Gaming Community Continues

This week, Rockstar Games made an announcement that after a long wait, online multiplayer heist missions will be available for play in Grand Theft Auto V. 664 more words

Pop Culture

Comebacks and Cleaner Images

Although the University of Massachusetts Amherst has yet to confirm the event, a member of the Student Government Association announced to the Amherst Wire that a free concert will be hosted at the Mullins Center for students March 7. 706 more words

Another wild night in the Atlantic 10

Unpredictability has become the theme for the Atlantic 10 as it nears closer to the conference tournament at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. So let’s just get into it and attempt to make some sense of the chaos caused from another wild night in this league. 472 more words

College Basketball

Traffic- A Lifestyle Review

I was legitimately in a bind about what I was going to write about this week. Until Sunday, I had absolutely no idea what I was going to write about. 623 more words

Nick Lovett

It's On Us Campaign at my University

So I’m so excited to announce I’m helping out with the It’s On Us campaign at UMass Amherst.  The goal is to educated students on sexual violence and rape culture, specifically on our campus.   240 more words


Morning Shootaround: Villanova is balanced and poised for a big run in March

Some random thoughts on Villanova, scoreboard watching in the Atlantic 10 tonight, and more…

Villanova, ranked sixth in the nation,  really took it to No. 25 Providence last night. 355 more words

College Basketball