Daily Archives: November 8, 2018

Next semester brings changes to bookstore

By Melissa Fraser, Staff Writer The USM bookstore will undergo a major change in the upcoming spring semester, removing many of the long metal shelves...

Letter from the editor: Prepare for life after college

By Julie Pike, Editor-in-Chief I’ve been getting the question a lot lately, “Have you given any thought to what you’re going to do after college?”...

Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey teams kick off season

By Cullen McIntyre, Staff Writer As the weather gets colder, winter sports have emerged at USM. Two of them being the Men and Women’s Ice...

Letter to the Editor: Vote no on Question 4

By Michael Robinson, USM ‘20 Dear Fellow students, If, like me, you have received numerous emails from USM, USM President Glenn Cummings, the Student Body President,...

Guest Editorial: All work and no play still won’t pay off your student loans,...

By Katie Letellier, USM '20 In July truTV aired a new game show called “Paid Off.” The show consists of three contestants competing to win...

The College Experience Deconstructed: Middle child syndrome – yes, it’s real

By: Cooper-John Trapp, Staff Writer Sandwiched between the first born-child, who is assumed accountable and granted responsibilities, and the youngest, who is presumed innocent and...

Working on Wellness: Living the “Good Life” in College – Try a Little Positive...

By Garry Wickerd, Ph.D., Doctoral Intern, USM Counseling Services When mental health practitioners such as psychologists and therapists tell other people what they do, sometimes...

Letter to the editor: A message from the Student Body President

By Katelyn Seavey, Student Body President Fellow Huskies, I write to you as your Student Body President to remind you that this Election Day, we have...

MovieTalk: A star is born in Gaga and Cooper

By Cody Curtis, Staff Writer Every year from September to December, cinematic accolades are discussed. While talking about the Oscars and Golden Globes is important,...

New dance collective formed by USM students

By Alyson Peabody, Staff Writer A group of students at USM formed a new dance collective called Krush Dance Krew (KDK) earlier this year. KDK...

Margo Halverson’s photos on display in Glickman

By Zoe Bernardi, Staff Writer The newest exhibit at Glickman Library features an iphone photography series by local artist Margo Halverson, a professor at Maine...

Theater Review: Portland Stage’s Refuge Malja

By Jacob Forbes, Staff Writer Portland Stage is premiering a topical work this fall with Refuge Malja. The play was written by Bess Welden, a...

Free entertainment resources from the library

By Hailey Wood, Staff Writer The library at USM has free resources for students and faculty that many may not know about, from movies to...

Sororities continue to exist despite decline

By Nick Schleh, Staff Writer Despite the decline of Greek life nationwide in recent years, two active sororities at USM still exist and continue to...

USM alumnus helped create tax credit for graduates

By Valerie Kazarian, Staff Writer Andrew Bossie, a USM alumnus from 2007, was at the forefront of state legislation that became the centerpiece of Maine’s...

Liquor and drug violations reduced in Gorham

By Julie Pike, Editor-in-Chief From 2015 to 2017 the reports of liquor violations on the Gorham campus decreased by 51.8 percent, according to the Annual...

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