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Political lesson for UMass chaplain

UMass chaplain Kent Higgins reportedly urged students to campaign for Barack Obama (left) for course credit. UMass chaplain Kent Higgins reportedly urged students to campaign for Barack Obama (left) for course credit. (Emmanuel Dunand/ AFP)
September 23, 2008

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The University of Massachusetts at Amherst hardly has a reputation as a hotbed of political activism. But now a chaplain's electioneering has landed the flagship campus squarely on the partisan fault line. (Full article: 295 words)

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