Student Life

News Center Maine covers March Against Domestic Violence

News Center Maine reported on the sixth annual March Against Domestic Violence held at the University of Maine. “This group we expect to be the largest attendance that we’ve ever had for the march,” said Austin Cashman, a UMaine student and member of the Maine Business School (MBS) Corps, which organized the event. “Each year […]

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WABI advances March Against Domestic Violence 

WABI (Channel 5) reported on a March Against Domestic Violence to be held at the University of Maine on Oct. 2. The Maine Business School (MBS) Corps is organizing the sixth annual march to raise awareness about domestic violence. “A lot of people, especially college-aged students, don’t really understand the dangers of domestic violence,” said […]

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March Against Domestic Violence on Oct. 2 on the Mall

The University of Maine’s sixth annual March Against Domestic Violence will begin at noon Wednesday, Oct. 2 on the Mall in front of Fogler Library. The Maine Business School (MBS) Corps sponsors the march. Partners are Title IX Student Services, Student Life, UMaine Athletics, UMaine Army ROTC, Rising Tide Center, Partners for Peace, and other […]

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BDN covers UMaine’s efforts to be named ‘Most Outdoorsy’ school

The Bangor Daily News reported the University of Maine is competing for the title of “Most Outdoorsy” school in the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education Campus Challenge. Students, faculty, alumni and community members can take part in the challenge that runs through Oct. 13. “The average person is spending eight hours or more in […]

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News Center, WABI cover UMaine UVote efforts

NewsCenter Maine and WABI (Channel 5) covered UMaine UVote’s efforts to register students to vote on Sept. 24 — National Voter Registration Day. UMaine UVote is part of a national nonpartisan group leading the Campus Election Engagement Project, designed to increase the number of young people registered to vote. “In general, national election statistics, and […]

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WGME highlights UMaine UVote effort Sept. 24 on the Mall

WGME (Channel 13 in Portland) included the University of Maine in its National Voter Registration Day roundup. In cooperation with the national nonpartisan Campus Election Engagement Project, members of UMaine UVote will recognize National Voter Registration Day by tabling on the Mall. The group will help students register to vote. Students also will have the […]

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UMaine UVote to host National Voter Registration Day event

Members of UMaine UVote will recognize National Voter Registration Day Sept. 24.  In cooperation with the national nonpartisan Campus Election Engagement Project, UMaine UVote will be on the Mall 9 a.m.–4 p.m. helping students register to vote.  Students also will have the opportunity to participate in a raffle for UMaine men’s ice hockey tickets or […]

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Family and Friends Weekend Sept. 20–22 

The University of Maine will hold Family and Friends Weekend Friday through Sunday, Sept. 20–22. Many events will be held on campus throughout the weekend, including the Fall Convocation, planetarium shows at the Emera Astronomy Center, a lobster bake, 5k road race, carnival and petting zoo, Maine Bound Adventure Center’s Paddle Fest, a performance by […]

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Study Abroad Fair to be held Sept. 19 in two locations 

The University of Maine International Programs’ Study Abroad Fair will be held at two times and locations on Thursday, Sept. 19. The event will be held 10 a.m.–1 p.m. in the Bangor Room of the Memorial Union and 4–6 p.m. at the New Balance Student Recreation Center. The free fair is held to inform UMaine […]

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Career Center hosting several events for fall 2019 semester

Editor’s note: Story updated Sept. 18 The University of Maine Career Center will host several events in September and October. CareerFest, offering three days of career-focused events to hone career readiness skills, will take place Sept. 17–19.  “Careers in a Helping Profession” will be held 1–3 p.m. Sept. 17 in the Career Center. A festival […]

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