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Dancing from California, to New York City, then Maine

By: Ben Reed, Staff Writer Urinetown the Musical, as well as other main stage productions and dance curriculum, feature many talents of its onstage performers. Alongside...

Celebrating Earth Month

By: Zoe Bernardi, Community Editor Each April, one of the main focuses of the month is the attention and care of the Earth, as April...

Artist of the Week: Madison MacDonald

By: Cayley Bowman, Staff Writer USM is a school that has a vast variety of different artists which creates an environment for students to explore...

USM narrows down four candidates for the new university president, but...

By: Riley Mayes, Web Editor President Glen Cummings of the University of Southern Maine announced in October 2021 his decision to step down from his...

Movie Talk: The Batman

By: Brandon Kennedy, Staff Writer It’s here. The big one. The Batman. So far, it’s the best movie of the year and possibly the greatest...

Freshman Xavier Harvey founds Mentality Means More

By: Ben Reed, Staff Writer  For a long time, the dynamic between men and mental health has been a rocky one. Socially, men have been emasculated...

Students and faculty gather in support of Ukraine

By: Riley Mayes, Web Editor On Saturday, March 5, students and faculty at the University of Southern Maine gathered together outside of Glickman Library to show...

Men’s Tennis open season with 5-4 win over Thomas College

By: Cullen McIntyre, Editor-in-Chief A standout performance from sophomore business management major Antoine Gignac helped the Huskies earn a 5-4 victory over Thomas College in...

Applying to graduate school at USM and resources available to students

By: Riley Mayes, Web Editor The spring semester is well underway, and many students are thinking about their post-undergraduate plans and beginning the process of applying...

Students voice distaste for Sodexo and USM dining despite semesterly survey

By: Haley Hersey, News Editor Anna Lyons, a second-year double major in linguistics and political science said she has experienced uncooked meat and food that...

USM Assistant Professor wins National Education Association Foundation Envision Equity grant...

By: Meghan Carlisle, Staff Writer Before higher education, Dr. Larissa Malone taught preschool, early elementary, and became an administrator in a bilingual education center that...

Celebrating Black History Month

by: Riley Mayes, Web Editor February 1 marked the beginning of Black History Month, a national celebration that honors the contributions and sacrifices of African...

Behind the Mask – meet Shane Harinxma-Toelg of COVID-19 Community Workers

By: Devin Witte, Staff Writer The USM community has been through some difficult times while attempting to continue schooling through a pandemic. Shane Harinxma-Toelg, who...

Strong Girls U

By: Cullen McIntyre, Editor-in-Chief A Division III National Champion in javelin, senior Sophia Slovenski is now championing a campaign to empower young girls in the...

Director of Intercultural Student Affairs Resigns

By: Haley Hersey, News Editor Former Director of Intercultural Student Affairs, previously known as Intercultural Student Engagement, William “Will” Johnson put his resignation in around October...

University of Maine System requiring vaccination, masking for in-person presence in...

By: Haley Hersey, News Editor The University of Maine System shared via an important message from Chancellor Dannel Malloy on August 4 that requiring vaccination to...

Detectable Trace of COVID-19 Found in Campus Wastewater

By: Cullen McIntyre, Editor-in-Chief According to an email from President Glenn Cummings on Thursday addressed to students, faculty and staff, a "detectable level of SARS-CoV-2 has...

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...

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 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...

Linebaugh: Stop the cutting now

This is a letter was written by USM alumni Wade Linebaugh. Dear Provost Stevenson, If the news has it right, you're either currently meeting--or about to...

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...

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