Students at U-Mass Dartmouth are searching for answers.The students who live on campus are stuck at the nearby Best Western hotel,forced off campus yesterday as police investigate. Nine–teen year–old bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev goes to U–Mass. Parents also have questions. Patricia Allen lives across the street from the college. Her son plays on the U–Mass hockey team.
She was nice enough to give some of his teammates a place to stay when they got kicked off campus. She says now that police have captured Tsarnaev,it's time to move forward and re-open the university.Law enforcement officials say the school is safe enough for students to return but wanted more time for the investigation.Now, U–Mass will open back up on Sunday. This was posted on the college's facebook page Saturday evening, saying students can return to campus as early as nine a–am. But dorms won't re–open until noon.