Daily Archives: April 22, 2019

A day in the life of President Glenn Cummings

By Asha Tompkins, Arts and Culture Editor President Glenn Cummings was first in his immediate and extended family to receive a four-year degree. He likes...

Spring Fling events kick off April 22-28

By Hailey Wood, Staff Writer This week, for the first time in five years, there will be a Spring Fling Concert. The concert is being...

USM topples UMass Beacons in 8-3 win

By Connor Blake, Staff Writer Junior general management major Ben Lambert led the way with seven strikeouts in seven innings pitched in the Huskies win...

The ups and downs of getting students involved

By Kate Rogers, Community Editor With a noticeable decrease in attendance from last year, Student Activities is working hard to solve the mystery of why...

Empowering young writers all across Maine

By Dan Kilgallon, Contributor The Telling Room is a non-profit organization located in Portland, Maine, that puts together learning programs for young writers ages 6-18....

Movie Talk: Pet Semetary: Dead is better

By Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer Recently, the movie theatre ushered in the next highly anticipated Stephen King adaptation, Pet Semetary. It can also be considered...

Book talk: Girls Burn Brighter, a powerful story about hardship

Jess Ward, Staff Writer I would like to add a trigger warning for this book, as well as the rest of this article, for mentions...

Artist of the Week: Freshman Zhane Cariglia

By Zoe Bernardi, Staff Writer This week’s featured artist is freshman Zhane Cariglia, a studio art major. Her plans to use this degree to venture...

How artists utilize their space at USM

By Asha Tompkins, Arts and Culture Editor Even with limited space for creating their art, those involved with the USM Art Department make do with...

USM hosts Icelandic artist Ólöf Nordal

By Marshall Woods, Staff Writer A conspicuous rusted shed, windows and doors sealed to prevent entry, sits on the sidewalk in Reykjavik, Iceland. Passerby may...

Cullen’s Column: Boston could truly claim the nickname ‘Titletown’

By Cullen McIntyre, Sports Editor Winning has become a culture for the city of Boston. Since the year 2000, Boston has watched four of their...

USM’s Ci2 lab plans to expand in the fall

By Nick Schleh, Staff Writer USM’s Ci2 lab, a hub for collaboration, innovation, and research has plans for expansion in the fall. The experimental learning...

Students for Sensible Drug Policy respond to opioid crisis

By Alyson Peabody, News Editor USM students are organizing a Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) chapter to help end the war on drugs. The...

Maine House approves ban on single use styrofoam containers

By Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer Over the past decade, Maine has become increasingly well known for its environmental awareness and restoration efforts. This concept has...

Letter from the Editor: Preparing for the end of the year

By Julie Pike, Editor-in-Chief We’re just one week away from the last week of classes, and two weeks away from finals, rounding out the end...
Fun Summer Break Activities to Get Your Mind Off School

Fun Summer Break Activities to Get Your Mind Off School

The long school year is finally ending, and students are inching closer to summer break. However, if you’re educational career is coming to a...
8 Enchanting Under-the-Radar Group Vacation Getaways

8 Enchanting Under-the-Radar Group Vacation Getaways

It’s almost time for summer vacation, which means you get to spend three months embracing the sunshine, relaxing, or adventuring with friends. Trips with...

Sustainability & ME: Discovering the importance of sustainability, a personal story

By Oona Molyneaux, USM Eco-Rep The goal of this weeks Sustainability & ME piece is to give a little background of what brought me, Oona,...

Working on Wellness: The Impact of Current Events and Technology on Young Adult Stress

By Janis Malon, Training Director USM Health & Counseling Services John Della Volpe, Director of Polling at the Institute of Politics at Harvard University’s Kennedy...

Student Government election results

By Julie Pike, Editor-in-Chief After a week of tallying votes, the results of the recent Student Government elections were sent out to students by Dean of...

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