Daily Archives: October 22, 2001

Reality check

How much attention do you pay to your mail? Do you look to make sure every envelope has a return address? Do you look at...

It’s a small world after all

Every year, more than 7,500 college students from across the United States pack their bags and head to the Walt Disney World College Program....

Flu shots delayed

The University's allotment of flu shots is not expected until mid-November, delayed from their original mid-October shipment date. The delay is due to vaccine manufacturers...

Briefly

Some people have complained about the lack of heating in recent weeks. At the onset of fall, buildings across campus face serious heating problems. The...

Senate supports #6

The Senate formed a committee dedicated to providing support for bond issue #6 in the upcoming Nov. 6 election. The Senate also passed a motion...

U.S. economy still strong

To the Editor: The economy of the United States of America has strong pillars. Sept. 11 could not damage it. It is the people who...

Out of control debt

To the Editor: It has become increasingly easy for college students to obtain credit cards and incur huge credit card debt. Today the average college student...

Do something with parking

To the Editor: The students at USM are at wits end when it comes to parking! At USM there are an estimated 11,000 students, but only...

MYSTIC STARS

Aries (March 21-April 20). Early this week, an intense phase of past reflections and emotional wisdom arrives. This is a strong time for ending outdated...

THE SOUTHWORTH PLANETARIUM’S NIGHT SKY GUIDE

***************************************************************** Week of Oct. 22, 2001 A MOON WATCHER'S GUIDE (PASTE THIS TO YOUR REFRIGERATOR!) Many sky watchers derive their greatest observing pleasure from the Moon: the fastest-moving...

Parking Issues

To the Editor: Dr. Pattenaude, I told myself I would refrain from the parking issue this year, as there is really nothing left to say,...

Meet Joe Student

Name? Katie Cote. How old are you? Nineteen. What year are you? Freshman. Where are you from? Waterboro, Maine. How long have you lived in Maine? My whole life. What do you like about...

USM Police Logs

Tuesday, Sept. 25 A visitor parking sign was reported stolen from the Gorham campus. Police recovered the sign and Nicholas Thorne, age 19, of Livingston...

No football team for USM

The hopes for a Division III football team on USM's athletics roster have come to an end, at least for the foreseeable future. ...

USM Cheerleading Tryouts

"Huskies, let me hear you go blue! Blue! Huskies, let me hear you go white! White!" reverberated off the walls of Hill Gymnasium last...

Noted pianist at USM

The United States is classical musically challenged. Long a nation that prefers the rock ballad to the sonata, classical musicians, regardless of talent, generally...

WHAT TO DO OCTOBER 22-28

Monday Get ready for some football. Monday night football with an all-you-can-eat appetizer buffet. $5. The Well, 369 Forest Ave., Portland. 828-1778. Associate with pagan students....

“Wait Until Dark” in the Black Box

That the lab theater in the basement of Russell Hall is called the Black Box is a fine example of truth in advertising. The...

EAT IT

For those students living on the Gorham campus, reading this may help spice up your hectic school week. One of the few restaurants the...

Messy students, Dirty Dorms

It begins with one metallic little gum wrapper. The wrapper helicopters down from a hand and lands on the stairs. Shortly after, bits of...

Sorry, it’s not manure

A foul odor has stained the air of the Portland campus. The smell is most obvious near the Powers House, where it sits under the...

End of coming out week is a drag

One of the challenges in the life of some with a sexually diverse orientation is telling friends and family. This challenge has been eased...

The road to objection Bowing out of battle

Soon after the attacks on Sept. 11, the United States began calling military reservists to active duty. Although it seems unlikely, there has been talk...

Are we prepared?

A student walked into the Portland campus health office last week looking for smallpox vaccine. No one could help the woman, as the government stopped...

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