AMHERST Mass. In an attempt to better compete with other upscale universities and colleges for student admissions in the northeast, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst recently unveiled the Berkshire Dining Commons, a brand-new foodservice facility that took nearly nine months and $14 million to complete. The project, one of four dining facilities on the campus, is the university’s first major renovation in about 40 years, is located in a 50,000-square-foot-space and features ...

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