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Sidney Myers, 79, of South Hadley and formerly of Amherst, retired associate University counsel, died Jan. 4.

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Astronomer Daniel McIntosh is working with two international teams that are shedding new light on the chaotic and often violent lives of galaxies.

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Sally A. Linowski, director of Health Education, Community Outreach and Marketing at University Health Services, will again help select recipients of a national-level alcohol abuse prevention award.

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Terrill Catlin Murphy, 55, of Belchertown, a former clerk in the Engineering Research Center and promotions manager at the University of Massachusetts Press, died Dec. 20.

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“Getting From Here to There: Photographs from Yockenthwaite to Kettlewell in the Yorkshire Dales, England” by Elisa K Campbell will be exhibited from Dec. 30 to Feb. 1 at the Henion Bakery, 174 North Pleasant St., in Amherst.

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An article co-authored by Harry S. Rockland-Miller, director of Mental Health Services, will be featured in the upcoming edition of The Journal of College Student Psychotherapy.

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Sophia J. (Kolasinski) Kinder, 84, of Shutesbury, a retired nursing assistant II at University Health Services, died Dec. 17 at Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton.

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Florence E. (Page) Vendette, 92, of Amherst, a retired dining all supervisor, died at home Dec. 16.

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Dorothy E. Carroll, 73, of Sunderland, a retired clerk in Auxiliary Services, died Dec. 18 at Baystate Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield.

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A new documentary film, “Faith in Providence,” by Elizabeth Wilda, a video producer and director with the Office of Information Technologies, will premier on Sunday, Dec. 23, at 1 p.m. on WGBY Channel 57 in Springfield.

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