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<p>"The city had been caught understaffed when riots broke out after the New England Patriots' Super Bowl win Feb. 1, when one person was killed and another critically injured when a vehicle plowed into a crowd of revelers. </p>

<p>Elsewhere Thursday, 29 people were arrested at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst after revelers threw beer cans and flaming toilet paper at police. And at the university's Dartmouth campus, about 2,000 people had to be dispersed by police using stun grenades." </p>

<p>This is from AP News, but is this referring to Dartmouth's campus?</p>

<p>No, the UMass at Dartmouth is in North Dartmouth, Ma.</p>

<p>Yeah, alot of stuff happens at U-Mass Dartmouth that we take flack for, totally different school.</p>

<p>Kimfuge you ask a lot of questions (I still remember you asking if it was Dartmouth students who killed that professor). :-P</p>

<p>No, U Mass at Dartmouth is not the same as Dartmouth. I know 'cause every time I plug Dartmouth into anything, U Mass comes up.</p>