Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Freidman: What college teaches you about money

Posted on April 14, 2014 by masonfriedman in Perspectives

Given the plethora of articles written about the present circumstances surrounding the average college student’s financial security and future. In the wake of on-campus protests, I would like to take this opportunity to address the fiscal lessons I have learned while attempting to achieve a higher education. 1) Return on investment This is a concept […]

Ceramist Shawn O’Connor shares historical method

Posted on March 10, 2014 by masonfriedman in Arts & Culture

From left to right: Shawn O’Connor stands with Dylan Rohman, a senior ceramics major, Rachel Grover, a senior art education major, and Caitlyn Puchalski, a junior art major, around the kiln last Thursday.

Last week USM hosted a special guest, alumnus and ceramist Shawn O’Connor. O’Connor teamed up with the USM Art Department to finish a project with students, the construction and lighting of a one time use paper kiln. The paper kiln was lit Thursday with Brandon Lutterman a professor of ceramics and several USM students in […]

Bam Bam bakes up delicious options for gluten-sensitive foodies

Posted on March 03, 2014 by masonfriedman in Arts & Culture

With one percent of the entire U.S. population suffering from celiac disease, it’s no surprise that many of Portland’s eateries are attempting to tap into this new, sometimes under-represented clientele. Bam Bam Bakery, situated at the corner of Union and Commercial streets, caters to the customers who don’t consume gluten, a type of protein found […]