The precinct I used to represent in the Amherst Town Meeting was the only one in Amherst Trump won...
And the Democratic map really drives home how bizarre the geography on that side turned out. e.g. in the Five Colleges area Sanders's best Amherst precincts are the UMass ones but his best Northampton precincts aren't the Smith ones.
Dem Primary results from Seven Sisters college precincts
Mount Holyoke, Precinct D: Sanders 319, Clinton 248
Smith, Prec 2B: Sanders 316, Clinton 182 and Prec 4A: Sanders 372, Clinton 203.
Wellesley, Precinct G: Clinton 360, Sanders 176
Two things about the Wellesley results
1) Her best Wellesley result appears to be in Precinct F, winning 369-126. That precinct also hosts Babson College, a private business school
2) Obama defeated Clinton in Wellesley in 2008, despite that whole "Clinton is an alumni" thing.
I've thought there might be a Public/Private split for Sanders performance in college areas. Looking at results from Cambridge, where Clinton won..
Prec 2/2 (MIT): 153-94 Sanders
Prec 2/3 (MIT): 203-202 Clinton
Prec 7/2 (Harvard campus): 314-271 Clinton
Prec 7/3 (Harvard campus): 217-179 Clinton
Prec 8/1 (The Quad): 439-348 Clinton
Prec 10/2 (The Quad): 784-536 Clinton
Sanders did carry the precinct in Boston around Harvard Stadium
My theory on public/private might be hard to prove/disprove.. but it's that Sanders policies on free public college drives up his numbers on public college campuses that he doesn't see on private college campuses for obvious reasons.
It'd be interesting to see if Sanders numbers around smaller private colleges lag because those small private universities may fare badly if students could go to a public university for nothing/almost nothing. Since the Southern primaries ended, I'd think the best "well but" involves small private colleges getting hit by the idea (instead of talking about HBCUs).