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CAROL LOLLIS
David Andrews, an employee at the Smith College Museum of Art, draws at the entrance where he works.

Art at work

Monday, December 21, 2015

Smith College reports death of senior Noemi Collazo of Springfield

Friday, December 18, 2015

NORTHAMPTON — Smith College senior Noemi Collazo of Springfield has died, according to an email sent to the college community Friday afternoon. The circumstances of Collazo’s death were not described in the email sent by Donna Lisker, dean of the college and vice president for campus life. College spokeswoman Stacey Schmeidel said she could not provide any further information. Smith College President Kathleen …

Smith College faculty members sign letter calling for divestment from fossil fuels

Friday, December 18, 2015

NORTHAMPTON — A letter signed by 85 current and former faculty members and sent to the Smith College board of trustees has joined a growing chorus of voices calling for the school to divest from fossil fuels. “Our hopes are to send a strong message to the trustees and administration of Smith,” said James Lowenthal, a Smith physics professor who led the faculty …

Conservative Five College students voice opinions on Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

As Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump prepares to address Massachusetts voters at a campaign event Wednesday in Worcester, the businessman and reality TV star continues to ride a wave of popularity putting him — along with retired neurosurgeon …

Smith community mourns terror victims in Paris, Baghdad, Beirut

Monday, November 16, 2015

NORTHAMPTON — Mehammed Mack, an assistant professor of French studies at Smith College, related during a vigil on campus Monday how he was affected by the terrorist attacks last week in Paris, Baghdad and Beirut. Mack said he …

Amherst College activists say President Martin will meet many of their demands, fight to remove ‘Lord Jeff’ as mascot continues

Saturday, November 14, 2015

AMHERST — Student protesters seeking equity for marginalized students at Amherst College praised College President Carolyn “Biddy” Martin for meeting with them and meeting a number of their demands Friday evening. Among student demands were that Martin issue …

Activists raise voices on 2 Amherst campuses

Friday, November 13, 2015

AMHERST — Student protesters seeking equity for marginalized students at Amherst College praised College President Carolyn “Biddy” Martin for meeting with them and agreeing to a number of their demands Friday evening. Among student demands were that Martin …

Smith College to host ‘town hall event’ in wake of student demonstration on race

Friday, November 13, 2015

NORTHAMPTON — Administrators at Smith College will hold a “town hall event” to address racism on college campuses at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 23 in the Campus Center, the colleges’s chief diversity officer Dwight K. Hamilton announced in a email sent Friday to students, faculty and staff. Hamilton sent …

Protest at Smith College over racism on campus supports similar actions at Ithaca College, University of Missouri

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

NORTHAMPTON — About 200 Smith College students, Dean of the College Donna Lisker, and faculty and staff members joined in front of the Campus Center in the rain at noon Wednesday, calling attention to racism on campus and …

Five Colleges Inc. appeals Hadley Planning Board denial of library annex proposed for vacant farmland

Friday, November 6, 2015

HADLEY — Five Colleges Inc. will try again to build a library annex on vacant farmland between North Maple Street and Rocky Hill Road, this time through the courts. The organization filed an appeal of an October Planning Board decision to deny it the right to build a …

Alcohol referrals top list as colleges release crime statistics for 2014

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

AMHERST — Alcohol arrests were up at the University of Massachusetts Amherst while reported rapes were down in 2014. At Mount Holyoke College, burglaries outpaced drug or alcohol referrals. And Hampshire College had its first year without a …

Hadley Planning Board likely to rule Tuesday on permit for Five Colleges library annex

Monday, October 5, 2015

HADLEY — The Planning Board will likely decide Tuesday whether to permit a controversial Five Colleges library annex building to be built on unused farmland between North Maple Street and Rocky Hill Road, according to clerk William Dwyer. Five Colleges Inc., a consortium of Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke …

Two arrested at party on Smith College campus Sunday

Sunday, October 4, 2015

NORTHAMPTON — Police arrested two people at a party on the Smith College campus early Sunday morning that had devolved into a mass of between 400 to 500 people, some of whom were involved in multiple fights, according to Northampton Police Sgt. Josef Barszcz. Northampton police arrested Lenroy …