Daily Archives: November 18, 2019

Faces of US: Cameron Ramich

By: Lillian Lema, Staff Writer This holiday season, Lyric Music Theater is presenting Elf: The Musical. USM senior communications major, Cameron Ramich, is taking center...

Where are they now?

By: Zoe Bernardi, Community Editor It’s 1983. Microsoft Word is a new invention. President Ronald Reagan is serving in office. Ed Barks graduated from USM...

MovieTalk: Jojo Rabbit

By: Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer Taika Waititi’s controversial satire is finally showing in the Portland area. This colorfully dark comedy shows the true nature of...

Professor and Alum in Portland exhibition

By: Abby Nelson, Staff Writer Creative Portland’s “All the Great Trees” exhibition features paintings, mixed-media pieces, drawings, photographs and collages of 20 Portland-based artists. This...

Tune in: State Theater

By: Chelsea Marquis, Staff Writer The State Theatre, located at 609 Congress Street in Portland, was opened on November 8, 1929. It is the longest...

Jesus Is Kanye?

By: Stephen Bennett, Staff Writer Rap music with religious undertones does not have to be alienating. Chance the Rapper did so successfully with his 2016...

Maine graduates may qualify for tax credit

By: Jenasa Staples, Staff Writer Students or employees that have received or will be receiving a degree in Maine, may qualify for a tax credit....

Inedible items found in food at Brooks dining hall

By: Cullen McIntyre, Sports Editor Numerous reports of inedible items being found in food at Brooks Dining Hall in Gorham has spurred controversy across campus...

Legal action taken against Cape Elizabeth high school

By: Paige Riddell, Staff Writer The American Civil Liberties Union of Maine posted a press release stating they have taken legal action against Cape Elizabeth...

Student researches pollution in Casco Bay

By: Emma J. Walsh, Staff Writer This past summer, USM senior Tyler Walsh, 24, interned with the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership (CBEP). The internship presented...

Letter from the editor: My grandfather’s battle with Primary Progressive Aphasia

By: Alyson Peabody, Editor-In-Chief It started with minor verbal slip-ups. Forgotten names. Rambling sentences. Gradually, the little things became long voicemail messages and persistent confusion. I...

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