Daily Archives: March 5, 2019

Working on Wellness: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea … oh my!

By: Lynn Howard, MSN, ANP-C, FNP-C USM Health & Counseling Services When these symptoms are present it is near impossible to function. What is the...

People of USM: Margo Luken

By: Kate Rogers, Community Editor If you have ever visited the disability services center (DSC) on USM’s Portland campus, there is a good chance that...

Bill to censor ‘obscene’ literature rejected

By Alyson Peabody, News Editor Two weeks ago, Republican lawmaker Amy Arata’s proposal to ban ‘obscene’ material in public schools was unanimously rejected by the...

Class of 2019 tasked with raising $2,019 by May

By: Hailey Wood, Staff Writer At the beginning of March, the USM Class of 2019 will began raising $2,019 towards the USM Student Emergency Fund...

Snow day on a deserted campus

March 3, 2019

MovieTalk: How to Train Your Dragon 3

By Cody Curtis, Staff Writer Everyone knows about Game of Thrones and Lord of The Rings, however there is another fantasy trilogy not everyone knows...

Book Review: My Boyfriend is a Bear

By Jess Ward, Staff Writer Navigating relationships is a challenge faced by everyone, but especially those in the throes of young adulthood and growing up....

Asking complete strangers for art advice

Robert Cohen There’s 9 million artists and they’re all great in their own way. You’ve got to find your own way. If you can find...

She went from India to Indianapolis to Portland

By Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer For decades, the USM Art Department has been a creative sanctuary for both students and faculty alike. This fall, the...

The unrecognized value of maps

By Ben Theriault, Staff Writer The Osher Map Library and Smith Center For Cartographic Education at USM holds tens of thousands of rare and historical...

How eligible students can apply for work-study

By Cooper-John Trapp, Staff Writer Work-study funded jobs do more than dot the campus landscape. From the admissions office to the Gorham mail room to...

Letter from the editor: Let’s talk about mental health

By Julie Pike, Editor-in-Chief Recently I’ve been having conversations with both family and friends about the state of our mental health. The fact that people...

The future of straws at USM

By Nick Schleh, Staff Writer Single-use plastic drinking straws may be banned from USM. Universities, restaurants, and businesses across the nation are transitioning away from...

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