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Orono votes to withdraw from lawsuit regarding Penobscot Nation water rights

Lauren Abbate | The Maine Campus

Maine’s Climate Future: UMaine researchers assess climate change in Maine

Professor Ivan Fernandez is one of the authors of the 2015 climate report.
Josh Quinit
Professor Ivan Fernandez is one of the authors of the 2015 climate report.

UMaine heads outdoors no matter the season

Umaine students during a Hike in Acadia National Park.
Courtesy of Kris Bears
Umaine students during a Hike in Acadia National Park.

On the last day of a three-day canoeing trip on Moose River in Maine, a group of 13 University of Maine students came upon Holeb Pond just before dark. The sun was beginning to set, chilling …

Outdoors Month at the Maine Campus

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Over Spring Break, I took a week for a much-needed mental hiatus. As the final days of my vacation ran down and the impending completion of my thesis hung over my head, I looked down …

Islamic Center of Maine open house embraces differences, opens minds

Areeb Islam, travelled from Eastern Cape in South Africa to give a keynote presentation: Freedom or Freedumb. Tolerance, Human Rights, and Religion on Friday morning. Areeb discussed what freedom really means, relating it back to the Muslim community and the greater world. He said that the reason why students are receiving their education is to learn how to tolerate and communicate with one another. He later said that it is our duty to speak up: &quotWe want our freedom, we must open up our communication with one another"
Aubrie Howard
Areeb Islam, travelled from Eastern Cape in South Africa to give a keynote presentation: Freedom or Freedumb. Tolerance, Human Rights, and Religion on Friday morning. Areeb discussed what freedom really means, relating it back to the Muslim community and the greater world. He said that the reason why students are receiving their education is to learn how to tolerate and communicate with one another. He later said that it is our duty to speak up: "We want our freedom, we must open up our communication with one another"

The sixth annual Islamic Center of Maine open house event on Saturday, March 21 brought together students and citizens to not only converse on the basics of Islam, but to discuss universal truths of respect and …

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720 Minutes: UMaine Bearfest unites students for a cause

Students dance and raise money for Children's Miracle Network during the 12-hour fundraiser.

Four years, $130,000. That’s how much money the University of Maine’s Bearfest, an annual 12-hour dance marathon held at the New Balance Student Recreation and Fitness Center, has raised for charity.
But this marathon isn’t just about …

At a Crossroads: Pixar researcher puts interdisciplinary research on center stage

Technology expert Tony DeRose lectured for free on campus this past Friday.

The University of Maine prides itself on its interdisciplinary approach to education. But more often than not, a divide is apparent between the disciplines: Engineers over here, art students over there, with science somewhere in between.
But …

Alternative Breaks seeks to continue its mission in 17th year

This past break, Christian Labonte went to Macon, Georgia with 11 other students from Alternative Breaks. They volunteered for Rebuilding Macon helping low-income and disabled people improve their homes. On top of building two wheelchair ramps, …