Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

Our Opinion: Students need to speak up on university issues

Posted on March 03, 2014 by USM Free Press in Our Opinion, Perspectives

With the budget deficit, there are going to be changes at USM, whether we’re a part of them or not. The work of the Direction Package Advisory Board is officially finished, and plans are being made to put their work into action. Over the next few weeks, serious decisions will be made that will affect […]

Involvement Spotlight: Chann learns and leads at USM

Posted on February 24, 2014 by Sloane Ewell in Community, News

Chann at the podium during EDTalks, a public forum he organized for students and legislators in November to discuss the future of higher education in Maine.

Marpheen Chann is a popular name at USM lately. This fall he became the first ever student vice president at USM, and on top of that, he’s been hard at work on a number of other projects. Chann first came to USM in 2010 after a year at Valley Forge College in Pennsylvania. He is […]

Involvement spotlight: USM junior Bryn Gallagher does it all

Posted on January 27, 2014 by Sloane Ewell in Community, Features, News

Bryn Gallagher does it all–well, practically. She’s involved in a number of on and off-campus activities and organizations. A junior sociology major and criminology minor at USM, Gallagher became the new president of the Sociology Club in the fall of 2013. “It has been a transitional semester,” Gallagher said. “It’s been hard to figure out […]

WMPG’s new show gets more students in the booth

Posted on October 22, 2013 by USM Free Press in Arts & Culture, Features, Music

USM students have an opportunity now to share their musical tastes not only with their friends, but also with listeners throughout New England. WMPG, USM’s community radio station, started a program, Husky Tunes, this semester in which students have the opportunity to host their own radio show. Students get to create a playlist with a […]