Liberal Arts and Sciences

Maine Edge reviews School of Performing Arts production of ‘The Pajama Game’

The Maine Edge published a review of the University of Maine School of Performing Arts production of “The Pajama Game.” Dawn McAndrews, producing artistic director of the Theater at Monmouth, is guest directing the UMaine production of the musical, written by George Abbott and Richard Bissell, with music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry […]

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New Scientist reviews Comins’ latest book on space travel

New Scientist published a review of “The Traveler’s Guide to Space: For One-Way Settlers and Round-Trip Tourists,” the latest book by Neil Comins, a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Maine. “‘The Traveler’s Guide to Space’ is a delight, and the fact that few of its readers will ever need to use […]

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BDN publishes op-ed by Howard

The Bangor Daily News published the opinion piece, “It’s encouraging to see conservatives get behind a carbon tax to fight climate change,” by Michael Howard, a philosophy professor at the University of Maine.

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New media student turns summer job into film, Castine Patriot reports

The Castine Patriot reported on University of Maine senior Alex Turanski turning his summer job on a lobster boat into a film project for his new media class. Last summer while working on the Matt Pat out of Stonington, Turanski was inspired to create a documentary, according to the article. He reboarded the Matt Pat […]

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2017 UMaine Student Symposium collecting submissions

Abstract submissions for the 2017 University of Maine Student Symposium on April 24 are now being accepted. The UMaine Student Symposium, a campuswide celebration of achievement in student research and creative activity, will be held at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor from 8 a.m.–6 p.m. The event, which is free and open to the […]

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BDN advances 2017 International Dance Festival

The Bangor Daily News previewed the University of Maine’s 2017 International Dance Festival scheduled for 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Collins Center for the Arts. The 13th annual event showcases an array of traditional music, dance and clothes from around the world that is representative of the diverse student body at […]

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Howard writes op-ed for BIEN

Basic Income European Network (BIEN) published the opinion piece, “Conservative carbon dividend proposal is a welcome development for introduction of partial basic income,” by Michael Howard, a philosophy professor at the University of Maine.

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