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Monday, April 21, 10:14 a.m.

Park7 Group’s proposed student housing complex The Avenue at Orono will continue to undergo review by the Orono planning board into next month.
Since the March 19 planning board meeting, Park7 Group and WBRC Architects and Engineers …

The Maynard F. Jordan Planetarium hosted its penultimate show, “Origins of Life,” on Friday, April 18 as focus shifts to the new Emera Observatory. The planetarium, which has served as an educational tool for students and …


Community Garden Installation at UMaine

Mandatory health insurance frustrates students

Adapted Swim and Gym celebrates 30 years

Miranda is 9 years old. She loves the color pink. She loves coloring. She loves art. She does not like exercising. Physical activity is a matter of uncertainty for the adapted physical education participant.
Miranda would shut …

Student symphony performs at CCA

Christie Edwards

On Thursday, April 17, the University of Maine School of Performing Arts held a symphonic band concert at the Collins Center for the Arts from 7:30 to 9:30 pm.
UMaine’s concert and symphonic bands performed in the …

Film Review: Transcendence

Warner Bros. Pictures

Unlike many movies, “Transcendence” boldly and bluntly expresses a singular theme, instead of tiptoeing around sensitive ideas in an attempt to seem multifaceted or overly intelligent.
While the quality of “Transcendence’s” actual cinematic elements is debatable, there …


Album Review: Todd Terje, ‘It’s Album Time’

Social get-togethers in our neck of the woods primarily bump modern kick-clap-kick-clap hits or nostalgia tunes from pre-college years, but Todd Terje’s debut LP would do just as well at ushering in an upbeat spring while …

Video Game Review: Battlefield 4: Naval Strike

“Naval Strike” is “Battlefield 4’s” third piece of downloadable content, offering the same number of new maps, game modes, assignments, weapons, gadgets, vehicles and achievements as its predecessors. As its name suggests, “Naval Strike” focuses on …

How I Hear It: Summer listening

Every year, the battle for the song of the summer rages. Last year, the winner was Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and/or Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” depending on who you ask. This summer’s anthem may not have …


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