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Peace Jam comes to Portland thanks to USM student

By Hailey Wood, Staff Writer Peace Jam is a global movement led by fourteen Nobel Peace laureates that have a Maine group started by USM...

Mardi Gras takes over Woodbury Campus Center

By Asha Tompkins, Arts and Culture Editor A stream of people flow around the tables covered with aromatic pots of hearty food. Music from the heart...

Asking complete strangers for art advice

Robert Cohen There’s 9 million artists and they’re all great in their own way. You’ve got to find your own way. If you can find...

She went from India to Indianapolis to Portland

By Ryan Farrell, Staff Writer For decades, the USM Art Department has been a creative sanctuary for both students and faculty alike. This fall, the...

The unrecognized value of maps

By Ben Theriault, Staff Writer The Osher Map Library and Smith Center For Cartographic Education at USM holds tens of thousands of rare and historical...

Direction Package pushes for metropolitan university identity

Members of the Direction Package Advisory Board largely agreed that USM’s future should be as Maine’s metropolitan university, as the group’s meetings come to...

Bonin: bike law trumps basic rights

The positive aspects of Maine’s new bicycle law, which promote safer cycling, are overshadowed by serious flaws in its construction. The new safety laws are...

Local Top 5: Beaches

1.) Kettle Cove There is nothing particularly exciting about Kettle Cove–no big waves, no stunning vistas, no shocking wildlife. There doesn’t need to be. Kettle...

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