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Drive By Press Spreads The Ink
Drive By Press Spreads The Ink
During a one-day stop at UMaine, the Drive By Press design collective makes quite an impression. Eryk Salvaggio, a journalism and new media major, reports.
An Uncommon Fair
An Uncommon Fair
For Laila Sholtz-Ames, a journalism student from Exeter, Maine, volunteering at the Common Ground Fair is an autumn tradition.
Hudson Museum’s Hidden Treasures
Hudson Museum’s Hidden Treasures
A trip to UMaine's Hudson Museum brings history to life for Laila Sholtz-Ames, a journalism major from Exeter, Maine.
Spinning and Swinging into Autumn
Spinning and Swinging into Autumn
Ever heard of contra dancing? As Laila Sholtz-Ames reports, it's one of the best-kept secrets among college students.
Salsa Dance Is Hot at UMaine
Salsa Dance Is Hot at UMaine
Adrian Matos, a UMaine student from Puerto Rico, brings Salsa dance to the residents of Knox Hall.
A bright light shining in the dark:  Take Back the Night
A bright light shining in the dark: Take Back the Night
UMaine community takes a stand against domestic violence and sexual abuse.
A ‘Glourious’ Moment at UMaine
A ‘Glourious’ Moment at UMaine
Brent Stoliker, a biology major from Madawaska, Maine, has a brush with fame when the producer of "Inglourious Basterds," UMaine alumnus Lawrence Bender, comes to town.
Yes, We Can
Yes, We Can
Laila Sholtz-Ames finds inspiration in UMaine's Women in the Curriculum luncheon series.
Fall Break Not a Break From Learning
Fall Break Not a Break From Learning
During an extended fall-break trip to Ecuador with her mother, journalism major Laila Sholtz-Ames brushes up on her Spanish-speaking skills and immerses herself in the local culture.
Coming Out Week at UMaine
Coming Out Week at UMaine
While reporting on UMaine's Coming Out Week events, journalism major Laila Sholtz-Ames finds that UMaine is a safe and accepting place for people of all orientations and backgrounds.
Commuters and Nontraditional Students Make Their Mark
Commuters and Nontraditional Students Make Their Mark
UMaine celebrates commuter and nontraditional students
Humans vs. Zombies Sweeps Campus
Humans vs. Zombies Sweeps Campus
Never heard of Humans vs. Zombies? Hordes of UMaine students give it a shot.
The Grateful Dead
The Grateful Dead
Mexican students visit UMaine for Dia De Los Muertos (day of the dead) celebration.
A Melting Pot of Cultures at UMaine
A Melting Pot of Cultures at UMaine
For Laila Sholtz-Ames, Culturefest is a wonderful — and tasty — learning experience.
Warriors in the Mist
Warriors in the Mist
Preparing the Maine Outing Club's cabin for the upcoming ski season is no easy task — especially in the cold and rain — but as journalism major Rob Stigile reports, hard work has its rewards.
No Place for Hate at UMaine
No Place for Hate at UMaine
Anti-discrimination campaign aims to educate UMaine community on issues of social justice.
UMaine Goes to “The Birds”
UMaine Goes to “The Birds”
Student actors, faculty director shine in UMaine's production of "The Birds" by Aristophanes.
Shall We Dance?
Shall We Dance?
Students from UMaine's dance and theater departments danced and dazzled in this week’s Emerging Dance Showcase.
Rock Stars
Rock Stars
Inaugural Campus Bands concert, CD spotlight UMaine's student musicians.
UMaine Observes World AIDS Day
UMaine Observes World AIDS Day
Volunteers on campus spread the word — and dispel myths — about AIDS and HIV.
By the Students, for the Students
What does Student Government Inc. do? As it turns out, quite a bit.
A Holiday Tradition: The Yuletide Concert
A Holiday Tradition: The Yuletide Concert
UMaine singers raise their voices to usher in the holiday season
A Change Will Do You Good
A Change Will Do You Good
Laila Sholtz-Ames writes about a new organization on campus, Change Agents, which engages UMaine students and surrounding communities in a dialogue about diversity.
SPIFFY’s Market Share
SPIFFY’s Market Share
UMaine student investment club manages $1.5 million in real money — and their portfolio is in great shape.
UMaine Documentary Explores Future of Journalism
UMaine Documentary Explores Future of Journalism
Professor, grad student travel to rural areas to interview newspaper, television reporters. Their resulting film, "The Way It Is," airs on MPBN in April.
Quebec 2010
Quebec 2010
Each year, Residents on Campus sponsors a student trip to Quebec City's Winter Carnival. New Media major Sean Collins brought his camera along to capture the chilly fun.
Pulitzer-Winning Critic Visits UMaine
Boston Globe writer Mark Feeney shares his perspectives on the changing face of journalism with students
A Different Twist on Spring Break
A Different Twist on Spring Break
Parties and beaches? Not exactly. Students in UMaine's chapter of Alternative Spring Break travel across the country to give back.
Let It Roll
Let It Roll
In nearby Old Town, college bowling league continues traditions of past decades
A Pulitzer-Winning Alumna returns to UMaine
A visit by Bettina Boxall, a 1974 Journalism graduate and Honors student, inspires aspiring journalist Laila Sholtz-Ames
Lecture Series Honors Activist’s Memory
Lecture Series Honors Activist’s Memory
Howard B. Schonberger Peace and Social Justice series brings diverse speakers to campus to talk about issues of political importance
Green Is the New Black
Green Is the New Black
Green Campus Initiative, Green Team prove that sustainability is more than a passing trend
A Weekend in the Life…
A Weekend in the Life…
You never know what a weekend at UMaine will be like, but one thing's for sure: it will never be dull.
Maine Day Celebrations
Maine Day Celebrations
Maine Day is a chance to give back, have fun — and play volleyball in the mud, if you want to
Sexual Assault Awareness Month sparks dialogue
Sexual Assault Awareness Month sparks dialogue
UMaine community works year-round to prevent sexual violence
The Fast Track to Med School
Sophomore Bradie Manion applies for the Tufts University School of Medicine Maine Track Early Assurance program, which offers Maine students very early acceptance to med school. That means no MCATs, no worrying.
Yo Bons: A Great Taste of Maine
Yo Bons: A Great Taste of Maine
Four years ago, UMaine students created a snacking sensation by mixing rich, dark chocolate and creamy frozen yogurt with Maine blueberries. Now, they're adding a new product to the Yo Bons line: low-calorie, portable Yo Bons Cups
In With KahBang!
In With KahBang!
UMaine sophomore Chris Michaud was instrumental in bringing KahBang! to the Bangor Waterfront. The inaugural indie music festival attracted students, local hipsters.
Maine Hello: Move-in day, without the moving
Maine Hello: Move-in day, without the moving
Hordes of volunteers greet the Class of 2013 with a hearty Maine Hello.
The Kings of Maine
The Kings of Maine
UMaine students make their debut in Waterville, Maine-based independent film
Lobster, ice cream and lobster ice cream: A day trip to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park
Lobster, ice cream and lobster ice cream: A day trip to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park
Lobster, ice cream and lobster ice cream: A day trip to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park — UMaine students' favorite warm-weather destinations
Residence Hall Tour
Residence Hall Tour
Roommates Zev Eisenberg and Jeremy Swist give you a sneak peek into one of UMaine's residence halls and a guide to life on campus.