Three Amherst Students Suspended for Taking Picture without Masks Off Campus – School Keeps Their Tuition


By Jim Hoft

Published May 8, 2021 at 8:23pm

Three Amherst students were suspended after they took a photo off campus on the weekend without masks.

Someone turned them in.

The chance of these three healthy young women dying of COVID is zero percent.

The school decided to keep their tuition money.

The parents were outraged especially after the school allowed hockey players to celebrate their championship at a parade without masks.

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The girls were cutoff from their virtual learning last week.


Wild story.

Three UMass-Amherst students were sent packing- losing credits and tuition- for taking a picture outdoors without a mask.

Parents are furious and wonder why same rules didn’t apply to hockey players celebrating on campus after nat’l championship.#WBZ story👇

— David Wade (@davidwade) May 7, 2021

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