Daily Archives: September 22, 2019

Fire main burst closes Woodbury student center

By: Nancy Davis Griffin, Chief Operations Officer Sometime on Saturday evening or early Sunday morning the underground fire main going into Woodbury Student Center burst. Parts...

Vape-related illness sparks more conversation

By: Kate Rogers, News Editor In the last several weeks, there have been eight deaths caused by a lung disease that doctors have tied to...

Husky Hero of the Week: Emily Baker

By: Connor Blake, Staff Writer Emily Baker, captain of the Women’s soccer team and senior exercise science major from Brunswick, Maine has played a crucial...

Cullen’s Column: UMaine field hockey game cut short for football fireworks

By: Cullen McIntyre, Sports Editor The University of Maine field hockey team had finished the first half of overtime against Temple University, a game that...

Working on Wellness: The power of group support

By: Janis Mallon University Health & Counseling Services will soon be offering a number of groups in 156 Upton Hall between 3:30 and 4:30 to...

Discover your major & career interests at USM

By: Kelsey Bannon & Emma Roose, Academic Advisors There are many reasons why a student might be undeclared or want to explore major options. Some students...

Suicide prevention month inspires the Garden of Hope

By: Alyson Peabody, Editor-in-Chief 1,100 yellow sunflowers are spread along the hill behind Corthell Hall. Each flower is constructed from recyclable material and were “planted”...

Movie Talk: The Goldfinch: Life After Tragedy

By: Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer The Goldfinch is a slow paced tragic character study. It portrays grief through the decades and how it shapes people....

Remembering The Great Fire of 1866

By: Max Lorber, Staff Writer No one is quite sure how the momentous fire started in Portland on July 4, 1866. The weather conditions in...

Artist of the Week: Autumn Damron

By Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer A lifelong passion for the arts bears many facets. Autumn Damron uses a variety of mediums to craft what she...

Thousands rejected from loan forgiveness program

By: Jenasa Staples, Staff Writer In early September, the Government Accountability Office (GOA) reported only 1% of 54,000 people who applied to the Temporary Expanded...

Historic Fort Gorges’ uncertain future

By: Abby Nelson, Staff Writer Historic Fort Gorges, located at the entrance of Casco Bay on Hog Island Edge, is in need of restoration. Greater...

Letter From the Editor: No more feminine foes

By: Alyson Peabody, Editor-in-Chief Stop keeping up with the Kardashians. Nothing makes my blood boil more than the sexist notion of pitting women against each...

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