Beth says: "I love the campus pond, and the wide-open space surrounding it from the Du Bois Library all the way up to N. Pleasant St. I have this area as a wonderful view from my office window, and have seen all kinds of wildlife in this space." - Visit this place
Carolyn says: "The practice fields where I spent 4 fall semesters with 300 of my closest friends from 4:40-6:10 Monday - Friday and most Saturday mornings. The things I learned on that field have carried me through much of my life. I owe much to the UMMB and GNP." - Visit this place
Bob says: " Top row at McGuirk Stadium in the fall,watching the football team, with amazing fall foliage in the backdrop. Only wish they would fix up the stadium." - Visit this place
Jay says: "In all four seasons, the Courtyard Garden of W.E.B. Du Bois Library provides those in the building and pedestrians walking by with a striking display of colors, forms and textures. It is maintained by the Deadheaders, volunteers from the Library staff." - Visit this place
Anonymous says: "The old horse barn, it reminds me of the historical significance of the old agricultural college and the old dairy barn that once stood next to it. The history of UMass is being pillaged!" - Visit this place
Jim F. says: "The Cage is hub of the history of UMass Athletics. It was the stepping stone that saw showcased Julius Erving, Rick Pitino, Al Skinner, Jack Lehman, Marcus Camby and Coach Kellogg and UMASS on a national stage...We Must Always Save the Cage!!!
GO UMASS!!" - Visit this place
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