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Portland Student Life/Casco Bay Weekly

To the Editors: I am writing to publicly thank Helen Gorgas-Goulding and Portland Student Life for protecting my interests by removing the Casco Bay Weekly from distribution...

My thoughts on Casco Bay Weekly

Matt Mower Now considering this most recent and pointless, stupid cartoon, I hope people will now share some of my observations that I have had...

Students shell out

Look out lawbreakers and recreation lovers. Starting in the fall of 2001, the University will be collecting higher fees for parking and recreation, and...

University addresses bicultural issues

Teresa LaFromboise, a counseling psychologist concerned with stress-related problems of ethnic minority groups, came to the University last week to address bicultural issues concerning...

Students head south for alternative spring break

While most of us are looking forward to much-needed time off during spring break, some students will be heading south to volunteer their time...

Students struggle with school violence disciplinary action

Editor's note: We decided to include the following story despite the fact it occurred off campus. We believe this issue effects the entire community. We...

Fast and cheap

Although popular diet trends over the last few years have been swinging towards "healthier" foods, on campus another trend is prevailing: fast and cheap. "Decent...

Health Beat

Sheera LaBelle, R.N. University Health Services Kristie Green Alive Editor Can't Sleep? Nothing is more frustrating than not being able to sleep. Tossing and turning. Your mind...

The Marriage of Figaro: Backstage

All photos and text by Bill Watt.

Oscar? Who’s Oscar?

It's time to squeeze into your Oscar de la Renta gown or Armani tux. Get out the expensive diamond jewelry (a.k.a. "bling-bling" for the...

Destinations

THIS WEEK'S PICKS: tuesday Lecture, "Healthy Eating . Make it Your Choice!" noon to 1 p.m., Ice Arena Alumni Reception Center, Gorham; 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.,...

Isolation leads student to new spiritual outlets

For six years, Julie Goell felt isolated as a Jewish student on campus. She kept her religion to herself until she could no longer...

Know your rights

The death penalty. Abortion. Internet censorship. Do you know the law and your rights? Ariel Ricci does. "Many people don't understand their rights and how...

Video game violence

The panel was assembled to discuss youth violence. By the time the discussion ended, the artist, police chief, counselor, and professors had fired a...

Briefly…(3.19.01)

DATING VIOLENCE ARREST USM Police arrested a student and charged him with assault and criminal restraint after a dorm room incident involving his ex-girlfriend. Derek Butler,...

Senate Update (3.19.01)

Concerns Resident Sen. Anthony Pergola expressed his concern that students doing homework during work-study jobs might not be getting paid for that time. Student Senate...

Volunteer work brings new insight to student lives

When I entered Kathryn Lasky's media studies senior community involvement class, I thought, no big deal. Members of the class must simply take the...

College alcoholism

In the March 5, 2001 issue of The Free Press, the Senate Update page listed an article that I must respond to. Resident Sen....

To the editor

Broida investigation To the Editor: I am writing this to express my concern over the way the University is dealing with Professor Broida and his research. I...

Smoke your breakfast

Who got the hook-up? Britney Spears said it best . "Oops, I did it again." One-night stands always seem like a good idea at the...

Letter from the editor

CBW, give me a break Congratulations go out to The Casco Bay Weekly, which last week managed to appease and insult its audience in one...

OUI arrest follows dry fraternity’s pledge ceremony

Gorham Police arrested a former Phi Kappa Sigma pledge for operating under the influence of alcohol after he drove away from the pledge-pinning ceremony...

Investigation nears end

University officials are nearing the end of their investigation into the conduct of a psychology professor accused of violating federal guidelines in his research...

Cartoon prompts community outrage

A cartoon strip featuring a woman being butchered and cooked has sparked community outrage. University officials told The Casco Bay Weekly (CBW) not to deliver...

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