Daily Archives: September 6, 2010

Organic garden project sprouts new interest

The organizers of USM's newly-built community garden are planning for the winter season after finishing up their first summer at the site of USM's...

Libertarians gauge support of starting campus group

Students that attended Husky Fest last Thursday might have noticed that Jeff Sickel, a senior accounting major, was talking to his fellow students about...

Fall is in the Air

As summer comes to an end and the leaves begin to fall, a new sport season begins to emerge and sports fans all over...

UNE shuts out women’s soccer

The University of New England handed USM their third loss as they completed their second consecutive shutout, winning 2-0 on Wednesday at Barbara J. Hazard...

Golf scraps third at Husson Invitational

The USM golf team practices at Sable Oaks Golf Club in South Portland which is one of the most difficult courses in the state,...

A First Friday Frolic: An uncharted walk through Portland

Having grown up in the greater Portland area my entire life, I’m sad to say this is the second First Friday Art Walk I’ve...

Comedy, magic, suspense and … danger balls?

The Gorham Events Board kicked off their weekly Thirsty Thursday event last week with potty-mouthed magician, Frank Deville. Deville, who billed himself as “Your Girlfriend's...

Crunk Witch creates their own hell

With a unique mixture of sounds ranging from electronica dance music to a slight tecnho-metal feel, Crunk Witch “The Legends of Manicorn” is definitely...

USM Professor lived the Oingo Boingo dream

For exactly 10 years, Professor Ed Collom, chair of USM's Sociology department, lived in a completely different world. In the early 80s where Collom grew...

Teaching, and learning, in Africa

Thinking about glacier-topped Mount Kilimanjaro gracefully overlooking the African landscape below, complimented perfectly by sounds of children singing in Swahili and the smells of...

Contract spells out terms of Forhan’s resignation

The document sheds light on her compensation, details of her future at USM, and explains what she is allowed to say about the year she served as provost.

Stories from ridiculous to sad in The Moth Podcast

Editor's Note: The Commuting Introvert is a weekly column that highlights short-form entertainment for commuting students. The Moth Podcast Back in simpler days, novelist and poet...

Grand Hotel: Your reservation to rock

The new self-titled album by local Portland rockers, Grand Hotel is a 40-minute showcase of rock at it's absolute finest and most fun. The band...

Reflecting on a decade in academia

By the time I graduate in December, I will have been a student as long as Tommy Callahan in “Tommy Boy.”

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