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Student senate votes no confidence in USM president and council

The student senate voted no confidence tonight in President Theo Kalikow and her council following a series of cuts on Friday. More than 20 students...

Faculty from London to New York show support in letters for...

The following is a compilation of letters written from faculty from a variety of backgrounds and from various locations that were sent to Provost...

Faculty Senate votes to reject first round of cuts

In a special meeting of the Faculty Senate in response to the series of faculty layoffs and program cut proposals, the Faculty Senate voted...

President gives official notice of termination to 12 despite protests

Just after 3:00 p.m. on Friday, President Theo Kalikow sent out an email officially announcing that 12 faculty members from nine departments have been...

More than 100 gather in law building to protest faculty cuts

A group of more than 100 students have gathered on the 7th floor of the law building this morning to protest termination of faculty. More...

Shelley: Corporate language on USM’s “changes” strange and depressing

This article was contributed by USM graduate Phil Shelley. Last week, I received a mass email from the USM Graduate Admissions office regarding the current...

Direction Package Advisory Board focuses on the students

USM is still looking for ways to fill the $14 million budget deficit for the next fiscal year, and officials agreed, after a set...

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...

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