Daily Archives: February 14, 2014

USM athlete will donate kidney to save her father’s life

Demi Ruder, sophomore social work major and captain of the volleyball team, is the perfect match to save her father’s life. Her father, Michael Ruder,...

First USM Career Week attended by few

Attendance at Husky Career Week events last week at USM was limited. Student Success and Student Life on the Portland and Gorham campuses teamed...

Student government nominations go live

Nominations for this spring’s student government elections opened up last Monday, and the Student Government Association is waiting for student nominations to come rolling...

Senate pushes for Direction Package details

At the Faculty Senate meeting last Friday, faculty members expressed concern to President Theo Kalikow about the purpose and conclusions of the Direction Package...

Scientific journal publishes student’s research

The work of an bioinformatics class offered at USM in spring 2013 will be published in Frontiers in Genetics, an online science journal, with...

Students study overtime

While a lot of students like to spend Saturdays sleeping in, hanging out in their dorms and catching up with friends or binge watching...

Huskies fall to Colby

The USM men’s basketball team couldn’t follow the ladies’ example as they fell to the Colby College Mules 63-58, for their second straight loss—a...

Local Album Review: The Border

Successfully executing the traditionally untraditional, and predominantly disfavored, integration of punk and country genres, here’s one stampede of an album fresh out of Dirigimus,...

McConaughey’s perfomance may be career best: Film Review of Dallas Buyers Club

Sporting a bucket-sized cowboy hat and thinner than a cornstalk, Ron Woodruff is nevertheless a very familiar character to us.  He’s a womanizing, alcoholic,...

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