Archive for March, 2005
Imagine that a group of college students are having a social gathering late Friday night. It begins to get a little out of hand, and Public Safety comes to break it up. At this point, several of the students are found with a few joints of marijuana. They have to pay a fine and recieve a reprimand from the school.
Students put their science skills to the test at Leonard Middle School. Jonathan Doty, a graduate of the University of Maine and science and math teacher at Leonard Middle School, recently asked UMaine students if they would help out with the fifth annual science fair.
“Shouldn’t education be about learning?” asked Susan Gendron, Maine Commissioner of Education. Gendron gave the keynote address during the fifth annual Mathematics and Science Future Teachers Club spring conference, which focused on the future of education.
If you are one of the many students renting off-campus, chances are you were required to provide your landlord with a security deposit. This security deposit can be used by the landlord to cover any unpaid rent or damages caused during your tenancy. The amount of security deposit required by a landlord cannot exceed two months rent.
Monday, March 28, 2005
The class will be held from 5:45 to 6:45 a.m. in Memorial Gymnasium Wallace Pool For more information contact, Thad Dwyer on FirstClass.
Mary Jo Blazek will give a lecture titled “After the Revolution and Embargo: Cuban Social Policy for Women and Families” at 10:30 a.
As University of Maine administrators enthusiastically pursue building an addition to the steam plant that would allow the university to generate their own electricity and heat, engineering faculty and students along with one very determined member of the community are doing whatever they can to stop them.
Some people will capitalize anytime they protest or politicize a cause, even though someone’s personal life is at stake. In the case of Terri Schiavo, everyone seemed to jump on the bandwagon of what they feel should be done in her case;,more importantly, her life.
At Thursday night’s Frequency show, The Ryan Montbleau Band made the crowd anxiously wait for nearly half an hour before taking the stage. To the delight of the crowd, the wait was worth it.
This Boston blues-rock band consists of Ryan Montbleau on guitar and vocals, James P.
A year ago, the University of Maine men’s hockey team lost the National Championship game 1-0. A week ago, they bowed out of the Hockey East tournament 2-1, in double overtime. Over the weekend, fate morphed those terrible losses into one, as the Black Bears fell 1-0 in overtime to the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
*Protesting Goodman’s views
In his article “Protesting the protesters” [The Maine Campus, March 21] Paul Goodman seems to take great care in painting those acting out against the Iraq war as purveyors of cliches and inaccurate beliefs, but it seems to me that Goodman himself suffers from these maladies.