Daily Archives: September 11, 2017

Sports preview and athletic opportunities at USM this fall

By: River Plouffe Vogel, Sports Editor Fall is upon us, classes are in full swing and USM’s 2017 academic year is well underway. For many...

People of USM: Glenn Cummings

By: Dionne Smith, Community Editor USM President Glenn Cummings comes from humble beginnings and over time has worked his way to the prestigious position...

Changing Values in a Changing Climate

By: Abram Marr, Contributor All governmental administrations have their faults. We sometimes see that we are not properly represented, and sometimes the administration contradicts itself. Currently...

Gollum: A precious, likable antagonist

By: Daniel Kilgallon, Staff Writer It has been nearly fifteen years since one of the greatest villains in the history of movies truly debuted in...

Creating an environment for bands and artists

By: Jordan Castaldo, Staff Writer Located on 25 Temple Street in Portland, the Portland House of Music provides a place for a wide variety of...

What’s in a picture: the value of photography

By: Bradford Spurr, Photography Director Phōtos, “light,” and Graphé, “drawing,” are the Greek roots of what we understand today to be photography. Drawing with...

Hurricane Harvey Healing

By: Sam Margolin, Staff Writer It has been two weeks since Harvey ripped into the Southern United States as a category 4 hurricane. According to CNN,...

A New Semester, a Fresh Start for Student Government

By: Cara DeRose, Staff Writer This fall, following a school year rife with controversy, USM's Student Government Association (SGA) prepares to roll out new initiatives,...

Memorialization of American Nationalism

By: Sarah Tewksbury, Editor-in-Chief Today marks the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack on American soil. It has been 16 years since 2,977 individuals were...

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