From left: Emmett Hayes, former UMass president Jack Wilson, and former governor Paul Cellucci attended a party in 2005 at the University of Massachusetts Club.  The club will move to 1 Beacon St. this year and operate under new management.

Bill Brett/Globe Photo/File 2005

From left: Emmett Hayes, former UMass president Jack Wilson, and former governor Paul Cellucci attended a party at the University of Massachusetts Club. The club will move to 1 Beacon St. this year and operate under new management.

A decade after opening, Boston’s UMass Club struggling

The downtown Boston club has needed nearly $4.3 million in university subsidies and has fallen short of membership goals. By Sacha Pfeiffer

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