Monday, February 18th, 2019

Earth day events aim to spread awareness about waste management

Posted on April 21, 2014 by nathanbaril in Arts & Culture

Earth Day is a celebration of progress in green practices, but it is also a day of awareness for environmental issues. Waste management has been a concern for quite a long time, but never before has it been so vital for a shift in perspective and methodology. It is no mystery that there is a […]

Saving bucks with bikes

Posted on April 14, 2014 by nathanbaril in Arts & Culture

From insurance payments to oil changes, cars can be just as limiting as they are liberating. However, there is one method of transit that is a bonafide budget saver. There is a long list of costs associated with the proper maintenance of an automobile, and for a college student, this list can often be too […]

Community Spotlight: Go Zen with mindful meditation

Posted on March 10, 2014 by nathanbaril in Community

Buddhist community advisor for the Interfaith Chaplaincy John Baugher leads the Mindfulness Group. The group meets on Tuesdays in the Sullivan Gym.

The Mindfulness Group offers students a way to unwind and reflect through meditation. Each Tuesday, the Mindfulness Group assembles from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Sullivan Recreation and Fitness Complex in the Multipurpose Room. The group was started by the USM Health and Counseling Services’ suicide prevention initiative USM CARES with the meditation and […]

Arts & Culture Recommends: Delta Rae rocks the State Theatre

Posted on February 24, 2014 by nathanbaril in Arts & Culture, Recommends

The harmonious choruses of Delta Rae and The Falls’ heartbreak ballads will echo through the halls of Port City Music Hall this Friday. Delta Rae is a folk-rock group out of Durham, N.C., who will headline Friday’s show, offering crisp harmonies compounded with a modern yet traditional sound. The ensemble includes Ian Hölljes, Eric Hölljes, […]