On Friday, April 11 from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., the University of Maine’s Colleges Against Cancer, associated with the American Cancer Society, hosted Relay for Life 2014 in the New Balance Student Recreation Center.
“The main …
Despite rainy weather conditions and a change in date, the Healthy High 5K and 10K race had its largest turnout in the event’s history this weekend, with around 1,000 people showing up to participate.
“It was a …
- 2013 ADVANCE awards recognize female scientist
- Abandoned Old Town canoe factory demolished, site to be utilized
- GSS creates Political Activist Committee
- Police beat for April 14, 2014
- UMaine offers new Leadership Studies minor
- Sea Grant researchers display work
- The Student Housing debacle
- Student housing complex proposed behind Washburn Drive
- Inaugural TEDxUMaine held at Hill Auditorium
- UMaine elevates humanities through community engagement
- UMaine acknolwedges staff with employee recognition awards
Sustainability is a word that has been thrown around a lot in the last five years. Global awareness of humanity’s effect on the environment, as well as the realization of just how finite Earth’s resources are …
Northern Maine Distilling Company was tipping its glasses Tuesday night after winning $1,000 as contestants in the Big Gig Pitch-Off held in the Foster Center for Student Innovation at the University of Maine.
Big Gig, a collaborative …
On Saturday, April 12, the annual University of Maine Drag Show was held in the Memorial Union.
“The purpose of the drag show is to entertain you, to raise awareness of other cultures and open your eyes …
When Dominique Person draped herself in the LGBT Flag and posed for a photo on Thursday afternoon, the wind carried the flag behind her like a cape. Person was happy and maybe a little bashful. It …
On Tuesday, April 8, from 7-8 p.m., comedian Alison Grillo performed a free show in room 100 of the Donald P. Corbett Business Building as a part of Pride Week with a sense humor, honesty and …
Performers Magdalen Hsu-Li and Greane put on a unique show Wednesday night as part of the University’s Pride Week celebrations.
The show was held in the North Pod of the Memorial Union and ran for about two …
The University of Maine joined schools across the country in a national Day of Silence to bring awareness to the barriers members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community face on a daily basis.
“The Day …
As any good sequel should, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” improves upon its predecessor in every possible way. Unlike other character-centric Marvel films, “The Winter Soldier” has few flaws amid many strengths. It is an excellently-written, …
Woodward out after 10 seasons
Softball stifles Husson, drops three to conference-leading Stony Brook
Men’s track and field remain undefeated
That’s a bad Bett-man
Why the NHL commissioner needed to go, like, yesterday
Should Red Sox fans already be worried about 2014 season?
NBA awards and predictions
Men’s basketball transfer number now up to four
Women’s rugby accepted into NESRC
Liverpool will win the English Premier League
2014 NFL Mock Draft Round 1
The NFL offseason: Which teams helped their Super Bowl chances?
Editorial: Campus sustainability efforts should prioritize fiscal viability
Rethinking Pride Week
All-encompassing taxing power of government is egregious, unsustainable
There are winners and there are losers
Muslim Arabs in Israel: Part 2
Editorial: Implementation of new housing policies could have been handled better
Fix to systemic oppression is recognition that individuals create systems
The inevitable and undeniable march
Obama’s need to tout compliance with health care law indicative of problems
Muslim Arabs in Israel: Part 1