Independent United States senator Angus King spoke at a rally with Democratic 2nd Congressional District candidate Emily Cain in front of Fogler Library at the University of Maine on Wednesday afternoon, announcing his endorsement of her.
At their latest meeting on Sept. 21 at the University of Maine at Fort Kent, the University of Maine System (UMS) board of trustees unanimously approved appropriations calling for more funding from the state of Maine …
- Orono considers changing disorderly ordinance
- Maine House Majority Leader newest Distinguished Policy Fellow
- Big Gig business competition attracts students, entrepreneurs
- UMaine hosts event to promote women in politics
- Student groups report from Climate March at GSS meeting
- Police Beat September 29, 2014
- Proposal of ‘student home’ moratorium creates uneasy feelings across Orono.
- USDA partners with UMaine to create information-exchange
- ‘Street Cred’: Newly appointed university President brings continuity
- Orchard Trails to recieve future renovations
Nearly 200 people from across the state of Maine took to the street in a march against violence on the Bangor Waterfront this Saturday. The event, called the “End Violence Together Walk,” was one of 200 …
Former United States Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford gave a public presentation on Sept. 22 about the Syrian Civil War and United States – Syrian relations.
Speaking to a packed McIntire Maine Event Room in the Buchanan …
On Friday, Sept. 26, Sigma Phi Epsilon, or SigEp, held their 10 annual Rock Against Rape concert outside the Stewart Commons from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., with Basscamp headlining the concert and student groups The …
What does a typical weekend look like for the University of Maine student? Some may tell you about the sporting events, the music and theatre performances or an event hosted by one of the 200-plus registered …
On an abnormally warm September morning, a sea of white T-shirts filled the Waterfront in downtown Bangor. They waited anxiously to start the Bangor Color Run, a nationally organized themed race where participants are covered in …
Name: Ty Walkow
Hometown: Denham, Mass.
“What makes me happy? Marijuana. Nah, getting good grades, friends, family — the little things. Chipotle.”
Ty Walkow, an 18-year-old from Denham, Mass., knows what he needs to appreciate the little …
The past few weeks have been prime for non-traditional album release nostalgists, if such people exist. The iTunes force-feeding of U2’s “Songs of Innocence” enraged some, pleased others, and reminded many of Beyonce’s self-titled 2013 album …
Tiny homes, heart guide film about tiny house movement “Tiny: A Story About Living Small” is a film about people.
It’s also about really small houses.
Released in 2013, the film focuses on a young couple, Christopher and …
Football takes down Towson
Women’s ice hockey wins opener
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Field hockey splits weekend series
Jeter goes out in style
Moser at the helm for cross country
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Patriots off to slow start
Stewart not at fault in fatal accident
Rondo’s future in question
Editorial: Sexual and domestic assault organizations are an important resource
The trouble with feminism
Michaud right candidate for Maine women
Misrepresented history: the legacy of Huey P. Newton
The supremacy of ego
Editorial: President Hunter provides new yet stable leadership in tough times for university
iPhone 6 is a blessing of capitalism
US is insincere about stopping ISIS
Sincere compliments can make a big impact
The duality of values and the soul