Daily Archives: September 16, 2019

Women’s soccer topples UMaine- Farmington 3-0 in home opener

By: Cullen McIntyre, Sports Editor It was a successful home opener for the women’s soccer team, as they held the UMaine Farmington Beavers to a...

Are you attending class with purpose?

By: The Learning Commons Team Are you Attending Class with Purpose? Your time is valuable, and every class meeting presents an opportunity to learn. Just showing...

The phone dilemma

By: Garrick Hoffman, USM Media Studies, ‘20 The phone dilemma: an exhortation to faculty and students I have a professor who, in his syllabus, addresses the...

What did you do over the summer?

By: Zoe Bernardi, Community Editor How did USM student spend their summer break? Here are four students who shared what they did to fill their...

Movie Talk: It Chapter 2

By: Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer Last weekend, the long-awaited sequel to It (2017) debuted in theatres. After bringing in record numbers for the genre, the...

Etz Chaim preserves Jewish heritage in Portland

By: Max Lorber, Staff Writer Stories of the Jewish community in Maine fostered throughout the generations continues to be preserved at the Jewish Museum. The...

New parking policies on campus

By: Gus Pignatello, Staff Writer USM has implemented two new parking policies. A new ticketing system requires Portland citizens to pay two dollars an hour...

New distracted driving law in Maine

Jenasa Staples, Staff Writer A new distracted driving law is going into effect Sept. 19 with the hope to protect Maine drivers. The new law will...

Residential Life changes occupancy priorities

By: Kate Rogers, News Editor  Due to an increased focus on Living Learning Communities (LLC) over occupancy, several spaces in Anderson Hall were left open...

Letter from the Editor: We all have a Pennywise

By: Alyson Peabody, Editor-in-Chief Last weekend I went to the Saco Drive-In theater to watch a double feature of It by Stephen King. The movie...

USM Libraries join The Open Textbook Network

By: USM Library Staff The University of Southern Maine Libraries have joined The Open Textbook Network (OTN), a national consortium of colleges and universities working...

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