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UMass-Amherst students socialized along Pleasant Street Thursday. Board of Trustees Chairman Stephen P. Tocco said wild partying sullies the school’s image and a change is needed.

UMass-Amherst, community, police try to put lid on party life

By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / October 17, 2006

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AMHERST -- Police, area residents, and university officials have begun an unprecedented effort to crack down on campus revelers at the flagship campus of the University of Massachusetts, long known for its high-flying social life. (Full article: 1097 words)

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