Daily Archives: March 3, 2014

Lady Huskies win two but lose in the final game

By: David Sanok In what was a back-and-forth game throughout most of the night, the second-seeded USM Huskies women’s basketball team eventually pulled away with...

100 years of culinary history displayed at the Maine Historical Society

To celebrate Maine Restaurant Week, the Maine Historical Society Museum has put together a collection of culinary history. From Chop Suey to Washington Pie,...

Bam Bam bakes up delicious options for gluten-sensitive foodies

With one percent of the entire U.S. population suffering from celiac disease, it’s no surprise that many of Portland’s eateries are attempting to tap...

Athlete Profile: Jamie Ruginski triple jumps to the nationals

Junior Jamie Ruginski from Buxton is a highly decorated member of the USM indoor track team. He has competed and scored at both the...

A student’s guide to Maine Restaurant Week

The 6th annual Maine Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to break free from the doldrums of frequenting the same eateries and explore new...

Healthy or not: the truth about athletes’ diets

The difference between a nutritional diet and unhealthy habits can make or break a student athletes’ performance. Many student athletes find it difficult to...

Presentation illuminates Affordable Care Act

Representatives from the Department of Health and Human Services and other health organizations led an information session on Monday in an attempt to chip...

Direction Package Advisory Board presents final recommendations

The Direction Package Advisory Board met for the last time last Friday to present its final recommendations to the President’s Council. While the work...

Portland gourmets discuss roads to success

As the annual Maine Restaurant Week progresses, you may notice that among the old faces, there are a slew of brand new eateries, and...

Sustainability and ME: You can still eat fresh in winter

For those of us who try to eat locally, the winter used to be a bit of a challenge and left us longing for...

Top 5: Food Apps

In honor of Maine’s Restaurant Week, let’s take the stress out of finding somewhere delectable (and local!) to eat by exploring our top five...

You are wrong: Trust your gut and eat what you want

I’m Thaddeus Moriarty, and you are wrong. Why? Because you eat food. Food wants to be eaten, will make itself smell good and look tasty...

Our Opinion: Students need to speak up on university issues

With the budget deficit, there are going to be changes at USM, whether we’re a part of them or not. The work of the Direction...

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