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Wyatt Edes’ RBI single caps Frontier rally in 3-2 Class C championship-game win over Smith Voc (PHOTOS)
05-30-2023 7:49 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

GREENFIELD - The Rooster hummed a song of victory in his head staring defeat in the eyes.Frontier Regional junior Wyatt Edes, nicknamed after the barnyard crower for his flowing red locks and crimson goatee, stood in the Veterans Field batter’s box...


‘Busy being bold’: As she prepares to retire, McCartney uses speeches to reflect on a decade of leading Smith College
05-23-2023 5:00 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — When Kathleen McCartney took the helm as president of Smith College in 2013, she concluded her inaugural address by describing people as “busy being born,” with birth serving as a metaphor for the constant change people undergo in their...


Class D softball: Maggie Potter, Hopkins Academy rally past Lee in 9 innings (PHOTOS)
05-22-2023 10:19 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

HADLEY — Maggie Potter may as well have waved a wand.The Hopkins Academy infielder conjured magic to help the Golden Hawks defeat Lee in the Western Massachusetts Class D softball quarterfinals on Monday. The second-seeded Golden Hawks trailed No. 7...


Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, Smith College reach partnership in honoring legacy of pioneer Senda Berenson
05-05-2023 4:25 PM

By HANNAH BEVIS

NORTHAMPTON — For more than 130 years, Smith College has been the beating heart of women’s basketball.The institution is widely known as the birthplace of the women’s game, and physical education teacher Senda Berenson is specifically credited with...


School at Smith College ends use of word ‘field,’ says it has negative connotations with racism, slavery
05-04-2023 3:23 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — The Smith College School of Social Work will no longer use “field” in reference to any aspect of its program, a word the school says may have negative connotations with racism and slavery.In an email last week, School of Social Work...


Baseball: Griffin Smiarowski tosses gem as Smith Academy blanks Granby, 1-0 (PHOTOS)
05-03-2023 8:49 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

GRANBY – Smith Academy starter Griffin Smiarowski stared down Granby hitters unflinchingly for seven innings. He struck out seven and didn’t walk any in a four-hit shutout Wednesday, as the Falcons capitalized on one Granby mistake in a 1-0 win.“I'll...


COVID vaccine mandate ending at UMass as state stands down from emergency 
05-02-2023 1:30 PM

By SCOTT MERZBACH

AMHERST — A mandate for students, faculty and staff at the University of Massachusetts to be vaccinated against COVID-19 is ending.“Effective July 1, 2023, the university will no longer require faculty, staff and students to receive a COVID-19...


Learning the actual ropes: Smith Voc welcomes arboricultural students from five trade schools to field day at Look Park
04-13-2023 5:15 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — Now this is the way to spend a school day.As she prepared to climb a tree in Look Park Thursday morning as part of an arbor skills competition, Violet Geoffrion donned a positioning saddle and protective helmet and clipped herself to a...


Art exhibits spring forth: What’s on view at selected local galleries
04-06-2023 12:09 PM

By STEVE PFARRER

Spring is here — or at least the calendar says it is. And as the weather (hopefully) warms, there’s more incentive to get outside and check out what’s on view at local art galleries. Here’s a look at some selected shows this month. PULP Gallery,...


Gazette reporter Hannah Bevis recaps a crazy winter on the local sports scene
03-28-2023 8:12 PM

By HANNAH BEVIS 

Though March Madness is usually reserved for the NCAA basketball tournament, March truly is the craziest time of year for sports, especially here at the Daily Hampshire Gazette. Between Western Massachusetts and high school state tournaments, as well...


Smith College Museum of Art hosts two public talks
03-19-2023 11:01 AM

By STEVE PFARRER

NORTHAMPTON — The Smith College Museum of Art (SCMA) is hosting two public talks that will examine some diverse subjects, from art and culture of North Africa to a look at how incarcerated people create art.On Wednesday, Abdessamad El Montassir, an...


How Smith College basketball built a D3 Final Four contender
03-17-2023 2:40 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

The line wrapped around Smith College’s Indoor Track & Tennis complex an hour before tipoff. Smith athletic director Kristen Hughes’ phone lit up with a text, “It’s like a Rihanna concert out here.”Ainsworth Gymnasium holds roughly 500 people, and the...


Smith basketball forward Morgan Morrison named D3 Player of the Year
03-16-2023 2:33 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

Morgan Morrison analyzes basketball possessions as an engineer. The Smith College senior views defenses and opponents as problems and challenges to be solved.“There’s never not an answer to me,” Morrison said. “When I’m watching the game when I’m on...


D3 women’s basketball: Smith reaches program’s first Final Four after beating Trinity
03-12-2023 12:35 AM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

NORTHAMPTON – The chants began with more than a minute left.“Final Four! Final Four! Final Four!” The reality hit the Smith College student section long before the basketball team allowed itself to believe. Smith forward Katelyn Pickunka spread her...


Women’s basketball: Ally Yamada’s outside shooting powering Smith College in Final Four run
03-12-2023 12:33 AM

By HANNAH BEVIS 

NORTHAMPTON – Ally Yamada squared herself up with the basket, coolly executing a three-point shot that she’d taken thousands of times before. Down in the post, forward Morgan Morrison felt herself relax, if only slightly. It’s hard to be certain of...


NCAA Tournament: Ally Yamada’s buzzer beater sends Smith basketball to Elite 8
03-11-2023 11:14 AM

By HANNAH BEVIS

NORTHAMPTON – With 10 seconds left in overtime, the Smith and Mary Washington women’s basketball teams had everything to play for.The two teams were tied at 65 with a trip to the Division 3 Elite 8 awaiting the winner. For Pioneers fans, it was the...


Bench carries Smith College basketball over the finish line in Sweet 16 win over Mary Washington
03-11-2023 12:55 AM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

NORTHAMPTON – Mary Washington thought it cut the head off of Smith College’s basketball dragon.Pioneers center Morgan Morrison, the NEWMAC & New England Women's Basketball Association Player of the Year, fouled out with 6 minutes, 31 seconds left of...


Singular jazz duo comes to Amherst College: PVJS concert will showcase renowned improvisational trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith
03-10-2023 11:17 AM

By STEVE PFARRER

Over the years, Glenn Siegel has worked with a huge number of jazz musicians and composers, both as the founder of the former Magic Triangle concert series at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and with his Pioneer Valley Jazz Shares program.But...


Crowd, community support helping Smith College basketball along historic run
03-09-2023 8:44 PM

By KYLE GRABOWSKI

Miranda Oakes stood in the Smith College student section, notebook in hand. St. John Fisher guard Katie Moravec stepped to the free throw line late in the third quarter of last weekend’s NCAA Division 3 tournament second round game.“One fish! Two...


Fifth year of eligibility proving particularly beneficial for Smith College’s Dashelle Gleissner and Katelyn Pickunka
03-09-2023 8:42 PM

By HANNAH BEVIS 

Back in the spring of 2020, Katelyn Pickunka and Dashelle Gleissner had just reached their first Sweet 16 with the Smith College basketball team. The Pioneers were riding high after winning the program’s first NEWMAC title and cruising through the...

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