Huskies lose season opener to UNE in game with plenty of penalty minutes

Posted on March 08, 2012 by Patrick O'Reilly in Sports

With the sun shining and a crispy spring breeze blowing the University of Southern Maine men’s lacrosse team kicked off the 2012 season playing their first game on the newly constructed Hannaford Field in Gorham Tuesday afternoon. In what turned out to be quite a heated contest despite the chilly weather, the Huskies dropped the game 5-7 to the University of New England Nor’Easters, bringing UNE’s win streak to three.

O’Reilly: A look into the Iota Nu chapter of fraternity Sigma Nu

Posted on December 07, 2011 by Patrick O'Reilly in Greek Corner, Perspectives

The Iota Nu house proudly displays its history while welcoming students inside.

  Ever wonder what action movie star Harrison Ford and pro quarterback Archie Manning have in common? Aside from rugged good looks and a bankroll large enough to choke a Wookie, both American icons share eternal bonds of brotherhood — the same bonds of brotherhood forged in the hearts of Sigma Nus every where.   […]

O’Reilly: Rewakening Greek life at USM

Posted on November 22, 2011 by Patrick O'Reilly in Greek Corner, Perspectives

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Throughout the semester The Free Press has offered varied perspectives as to the current state of Greek Life at USM. Active chapter members, students, notable alumni and community members alike have all had the opportunity to voice their opinions both through contributions to The Free Press and with online comments. All over campus, whenever the […]