Daily Archives: March 1, 2019

Working on Wellness: Perfectionism

By Conan Deady, USM Health & Counselling Intern Are you a perfectionist? If so, is that a good thing or a bad thing? Psychologists have...

The curious case of the USM pub

By Katie Letellier, Staff Writer When I first moved into the dorms at USM, my mom, who was an alum, mentioned something about a pub that...

Guest Editorial: Queer Representation in Digital Media

By Cameron Ramich, USM ‘20 Queer representation in all sorts of media is something that LGBTQIA+ activists have been fighting for, for years. Gordon Allport,...

Shifts in residential communities through the years

By Cooper-John Trapp, Staff Writer “Freshman year I was young, wild, and free. We would go outside and lay in the grass. Get people together....

Men’s Indoor Track & Field Takes Home Fifth Consecutive LEC Conference Title

By Cullen McIntyre, Sports Editor USM’s Men’s Indoor Track & Field team won their fifth Little Eastern Conference Championship for the fifth year in a...

Step into 160 years of history at Mechanic’s Hall

By Max Lorber, Staff Writer Imagine that you are walking across a hardwood floor, a creaking sound underneath your feet. To the right are books,...

Warm drinks and warm hearts in Westbrook

By Kate Rogers, Community Editor Looking for great food, great coffee and a warm, welcoming study spot? Quill Books and Beverages in Westbrook offers all...

“Follow your voices” Inspiration from a Creative Mainer

By Ian Beckett, Staff Photographer Greg Shattenberg’s latest exhibit “Rewinding Romanticism” opened with a reception in the Glickman library last week. The collection will be...

Book Review: The Power, a novel by Nancy Alderman

By Jess Ward, Staff Writer Naomi Alderman’s The Power offers an alternate future reality in which matriarchy has overthrown patriarchy in a violent struggle for...

MovieTalk: Happy Death Day 2U

By Cody Curtis, Staff Writer Over many years there have been hundreds, if not thousands of horror films released into theaters. At the same time,...

Finding artistic inspiration in a trip to Italy

By Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer For decades, Italy has been an incredibly popular travel destination due to its unique atmosphere and culture. Rebecca Goodale and...

Combining technology, art and media in to one program

By Zoe Bernardi, Staff Writer For those looking to combine technical skills with creative art skills, the Department of Technology at USM offers a minor in...

Traveling through time: USM’s past presidents

By Melissa Fraser, Staff Writer Originally founded in 1878, USM has experienced an evolution of mergers, name changes and expansions. What was once a small...

The ROCC fights stigma about rehabilitation

By Alyson Peabody, News Editor USM’s Recovery Oriented Campus Center has been helping students toward rehabilitation since 2016. The program’s goal is to assist students...

Women and Gender Studies faces potential consolidation

By Nick Schleh, Staff Writer University of Maine System officials recently reviewed 33 programs across the seven schools in the system that are experiencing under-enrollment....

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