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Dorothy E. Grannis, 67, of Amherst, a former staff member in Physics and Astronomy and Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, died at home on July 6.

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Patricia Crosson, professor emerita in Education, was chosen last month as chair of the Greenfield Community College board of trustees.

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Retired University Health Services physician Daniel Clapp was honored last month as the Community Clinician of the Year by the Hampshire District Medical Society of the Massachusetts Medical Society.

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Softball coach Elaine Sortino and assistant coaches Kaila Holtz and Barb LaFogg were named the Speedline/NFCA Northeast Region Coaching Staff of the Year.

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Genevieve M. “Jean” Powers, 91, formerly of Hatfield, a retired Dining Commons staffer, died June 26 at the Hampshire Care in Leeds.

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National Football League draft picks face some big changes in their lives, and the league’s Rookie Symposium helps them navigate the road ahead. This year, the new players are learning from health educator Robin J. Harris of University Health Services.

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Rae A. (Perry) Mellen, 85, of Hadley, a retired senior clerk and typist in the Admissions Office, died June 23 in the Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton.

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Music professor Emanuel Rubin is the co-author of the newly published “Music in Jewish History and Culture,” issued by Harmonie Park Press as part of its Detroit Studies in Musicology/Studies in Music series.

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Economics professors Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff are the authors of "New Departures in Marxian Theory," a new book intended to enables readers to understand and make use of a new paradigm in Marxist thinking.

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Katherine A. (Dejnak) Tomaus, 82, of Turners Falls, a retired dining commons supervisor, died June 17 in Franklin Medical Center.

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