Daily Archives: April 28, 2019

Cullen’s Column: Michael Chavis could be the Red Sox first rookie of the year...

By: Cullen McIntyre, Sports Editor With an extremely depleted farm system, looking in from the outside it would be highly unlikely for the Boston Red...

Men’s Lacrosse comes up short to UMass Boston 13-7 on Senior Night

By: Connor Blake, Staff Writer On what felt like a perfect Tuesday night to honor the seniors on the USM Men’s Lacrosse team, the Huskies...

Working on Wellness: Beware of the bugs

By Lisa Belanger, Director of Health Services With the arrival of spring, Ken and Ethan are eagerly anticipating the end of the semester and are...
8 Enchanting Under-the-Radar Group Vacation Getaways

Sustainability and Me: How to be a sustainable college student

By Shereen Toolabi, USM EcoRep As the semester comes to an end and I finish up my undergraduate career, I realized that throughout my four...

Extroversion as the American ideal

By Alyson Peabody, News Editor Carl Jung never intended for introversion and extroversion to be recognized as prominent personality types. Jung, a Swiss psychoanalyst and...

Healthy food and a healthy community

By Kate Rogers, Community Editor The town of Westbrook has grown significantly in the past few years, with new businesses and organizations popping up all...

Movie Talk: The Music Teacher: Trouble in Paradise

By Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer In the past few years, Netflix has been a platform for an array of unique and original films. The Music...

Book Review: The Collected Schizophrenias

By Jess Ward, Staff Writer Mental illness is experienced by 43.8 million Americans every year, and yet, there seems to be a lack of discourse...

Four winning entries: Poems for the Earth contest

GRACE SLEEMAN Malachi The bees let me pet them if I was patient. If I sat by the lavender gardens long enough, they would crawl over my skin -- fat golden...

Native community seeks increased awareness in USM curriculum

By Melissa Fraser, Staff Writer Amidst centuries of colonization and ongoing threats to their cultures, the Native Wabanaki population is working towards increasing Indigenous language...

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