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Mayewski continues climate change conversation on ‘The Maine Question’

What’s it like living and doing research in the world’s most remote locations?  Listen as Ron Lisnet continues his conversation with Paul Mayewski, director of the University of Maine Climate Change Institute.  In Part 2 of the two-part podcast “The Maine Question,” Mayewski recalls drilling ice cores on glaciers and living in a tent for […]

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UMaine Extension to host land- and sea-based agriculture conference 

University of Maine Cooperative Extension will host the inaugural Downeast Agriculture Conference from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Jan. 18, at the Lee Pellon Center, 90 Main St., Machias. The snow date is Jan. 25. Both land- and sea-based production topics will be covered, including the future of Maine family blueberry farms, high tunnel crop […]

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Emera Astronomy Center offering guided meditation Dec. 16–18

The Emera Astronomy Center at the University of Maine is offering free guided meditation sessions in the M.F. Jordan Planetarium to help students and faculty de-stress during finals week.  Participants can experience an amazing sunset as they travel from the Grand Canyon to the North Pole, then relax under a night sky filled with stars […]

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‘The Maine Question’ probes Mayewski’s explorations, discoveries

In Part 1 of this two-part podcast, “The Maine Question” asks what it’s like in the most remote, harsh and spectacular locations on Earth. Anyone with a thirst for adventure has likely dreamed of seeing the South Pole, Mount Everest, or the massive ice sheets of Greenland. Paul Mayewski has done all of that and […]

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Lord Hall Gallery

Senior art exhibition ’16 Minds’ runs Dec. 6–Feb. 7

The University of Maine 2019 senior art exhibition “16 Minds” will open with a reception from 5:30–7 p.m. Dec. 6 at Lord Hall Gallery. The show, which runs through Feb. 7, features more than 86 works by 16 artists — Olivia Bradstreet, Danny Bridges, HR Buzzell, Cheryl Coffin, Sam Dowe, Kate Finnemore, Kendra Green, Katelyn […]

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Collins Center for the Arts

‘A Christmas Carol,’ a cappella group among December CCA performances

The Collins Center for the Arts at the University of Maine is offering a variety of performances throughout the 2019–20 season. December events will include a broadcast show, a touring production of “A Christmas Carol” and a Christmas concert by a cappella group The Swingles.   On Dec. 12, Nebraska Theatre Caravan will bring the Charles […]

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