Daily Archives: February 7, 2018

Letter from the Editor: Goodbye, Free Press

Sarah Tewksbury, Editor-in-chief With this letter, I write my last piece for the Free Press as the editor. At this point in time, I have...

USM encourages all ages to continue their education

Cooper-John Trapp, Staff Writer Nontraditional students, specifically those over 40 years old, are a prominent feature of USM's student body. Reports from Registration and Scheduling...

Biden stops in Maine, encourages cultural change

Julie Pike, News Editor While making no indications of future plans to run for president in 2020, Biden joined in a discussion with former Sen....

Maine Senator has key role in ending shutdown

Sarah O'Connor, Staff Writer Senator Susan Collins and the Common Sense Coalition played a vital role in ending the three day government shutdown by the...

Student Senate reconvenes for a fresh start

Sam Margolin, Staff Writer On Friday, Feb. 2, USM’s 46 Student Senate met to discuss various financial and organizational issues as well as to try...

Safe haven for both campuses, students request CSGD in Gorham

James Fagan, Staff Photographer The Center for Sexualities and Gender Diversity first opened its doors on September 1, 2000. The CSGD’s seeks to promote equality,...

SPA brings life to Elephant’s Graveyard

Kate Rogers, Staff Writer “It was September. And there was a town, and there was a circus, and there was a railroad, and there was...

Movie Talk: Call Me By Your Name

Ben Theriault, Staff Writer Luca Guadagnino’s newest film and final addition to his thematic Desire trilogy—Call Me by Your Name—proves to be a beautifully devastating...

Melding mediums, presence of art in nature

Mary Ellen Aldrich, Arts & Culture Editor The idea of art in nature, both as human-generated pieces and as a naturally occurring phenomenon, is something...

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