Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Thirty-four University of Massachusetts- Amherst students were arrested in April for occupying a campus building during a nonviolent divestment protest. (Photo: Divest UMass)
University of Massachusetts students—who just over one month ago were arrested for demanding that their school divest from fossil fuels—were validated on Wednesday after it was announced that the school would become the first major public university to pull its direct holdings from polluting industries. The decision was made by a unanimous vote of...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Siding with four teenage plaintiffs and the environmental groups that backed...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
This weekend, hundreds of activists will encircle a Kinder Morgan facility in...
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