Thursday, January 17th, 2019

The Pickle Jar: Can the U.S. handle its nukes?

Posted on February 01, 2014 by USM Free Press in Perspectives, The Pickle Jar

It’s no surprise that the United States remains at the top when it comes to its nuclear arsenal. That arsenal ballooned over the course of the Cold War, and despite the fall of the Soviet Union, the United States still maintains over 7,000 nuclear missiles, enough to blow up the whole world–a few times. Probably […]

Guy Hammond does a lot of talking, but not a lot of explaining

Posted on April 15, 2013 by Andrew Henry in Henry's Head, Perspectives

Guy Hammond says a lot in his seminars and sermons. He preaches for Christians to be polite and passionate in their tolerance of gay people. And he definitely does a lot of talking, but not a lot of explaining. Hammond, who calls himself an “ex-gay,” runs the Strength in Weakness Ministry and its accompanying website. […]

Editorial: Real big fiscal responsibility

Posted on October 15, 2012 by Alex Greenlee in Our Opinion, Perspectives

The Reel Big Fish concert held in Gorham two weeks ago was expensive and under attended. Now the Student Government Association is asking students on Facebook if they are in favor of holding another concert that would be “bigger and better.” Even considering holding another event of that magnitude is brash and lacks the acumen […]