Daily Archives: October 3, 2018

Sustainability & ME: Tips for a sustainable autumn

By Camille Williams, USM Eco-Rep With the colder months not too far ahead of us, it’s a great time to start thinking about ways to...

Working on Wellness: Don’t let the flu get to you

By Lisa Belanger, Director of Health Services Recognize this guy? He is this year’s version of the flu bug and he has decided to make an...

Beneath the (Godless) steeple: how the left is a church, part two

By Garrick Hoffman, Staff Writer In last week’s installment, I began to describe how today’s secular left is not without religious parallels, and often in...

A daylong adventure off the coast of Maine

By Zoe Bernardi, Staff Writer Malaga Island is a small piece of land off the coast of Phippsburg, Maine, a community that use to consist of...

People of USM: Abby Dell’Erba

By Asha Tompkins, Community Editor Behind a desk with a laptop covered in multicolor stickers sits a girl wearing a Star Trek T-shirt that depicts Spock...

The Portland Freedom Trail

By Asha Tompkins, Community Editor It’s unlikely that Portland, Maine is associated with the stomping of feet against cobblestone roads at midnight, with stowaways rushing to...

Huskies Field Hockey falls 3-0 to St. Joseph’s

By Cullen McIntyre, Staff Writer Last Thursday night under the lights at Hannaford Field saw the (4-3) Huskies Field Hockey team matchup against the (9-1)...

MovieTalk: Brilliance of the Babadook

By Cody Curtis, Staff Writer October has arrived; The month which includes traditions of playing dress up, eating candy until your teeth fall out and...

Preservation of humanity, power of art

By Jacob Forbes, Staff Writer For any USM student who has yet to visit the Portland Museum of Art (PMA) this year, there is a current...

Value of deaf culture, ASL and awareness

By Marx Aldrich, Arts & Culture Editor & Elliot Caron, Staff Photographer Deaf culture is a rich culture with a unique language. American Sign Language (ASL)...

Student discounts: take advantage of deals available to those in school

By Hailey Wood, Staff Writer As college students, we can always use that extra money for gas, new clothes and a bite to eat. With the...

Free tuition part two: programs across the U.S.

By Valerie Kazarian, Staff Writer There are three major categories of free college tuition offers in this country. One is a package put together by financial...

College advising for veterans could face funding cuts

By Nicholas Schleh, Staff Writer The funding for the Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) program at USM is in jeopardy, said Laurie Davis, executive director of...

Public policy forum at USM

By Valerie Kazarian, Staff Writer Maria Echaveste, former advisor and Deputy White House Chief of Staff in the Clinton administrations and one of the highest-ranking...

Students sign petition for better food from Sodexo

By Liz Trudel, News Editor “We are sick of the lack of options and healthy choices on the USM Gorham campus,” stated Cameron Labrie, a sophomore...

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