New Editors of the Sandy River Review Introduce their Vision

New Editors of the Sandy River Review Introduce their Vision

By Andrea Swiedom Contributing Writer Dale Rappaneau and Emily Marquis, the two editors in charge of this year’s Sandy River Review, are on a mission to promote art and writing submissions from all UMF students for the 39th v olume.    Creative Writing majors at UMF...

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Farmington Outing Club Planning New Trips and Reaching Out

By Journey Bubar Contributing Writer The Farmington Outing Club’s President Isaac Seigle and Vice President Kyle Joseph both agree that FOC is a great place to have fun with friends while enjoying the outdoors.    “A lot of people don’t really get outside anymore,”...

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UMF Field Hockey Falls Short to Thomas Terriers

UMF Field Hockey Falls Short to Thomas Terriers

By Kaitlyn York Contributing Writer The UMF Field Hockey team recently battled the Thomas Terriers in a regular season game that resulted in a 3-0 loss.   It was a brisk and windy morning, though that didn’t slow down the Beavers as they warmed up for the game. The...

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Jeff Scheen Brings Laughter to the Landing

By Elina Shapiro Staff Reporter At his first UMF performance last Wednesday, comedian Jeff Scheen had students laughing within moments as he started describing Maine.    “Are there more bears than people here?” Scheen asked the audience that filled the Landing. “I...

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Humans vs. Zombies Campaign Coming to UMF Campus This October

By Brianna Robbins Contributing Writer    Humans vs. Zombies is about to rock the UMF campus once again, and just in time for Halloween. “Humans vs. Zombies is, at its core, a giant game of tag,” Cheyenne Candow, a participator for nine semesters, explained.    The...

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Water Bear Confabulum Happening in Farmington

By Anna Manuel Contributing Writer    The Water Bear Confabulum is an event with many attractions including an art walk in downtown Farmington, a 5k trail run and child friendly activities. With the help of students, staff and guest artists, the event has become an...

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Early Childhood Club is Active in the Community

By Maegan Hewey Contributing Writer     The Early Childhood Club aims to be more well known by their continued participation around UMF and the local community.   The ECC has changed their name this year, in hopes of gaining more interest in the club. “This year we...

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UMF Hosts Student Teacher Professional Day

By Hope Faulkingham Contributing Writer  The upcoming Student Teacher Professional Day is an opportunity for both student teachers and the community to learn about Civil Rights in the classroom and the effects of Proficiency Based Education on students.    The event...

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Changes to Residential Meal Plans

By Tania Bureau Contributing Writer Two of the residential meal plans students bought this year have a fixed number of meal swipes that they can use in addition to a declining balance points to use for the semester. Meal swipes for the dining hall now end every week...

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Big Red’s Army Crowned New Intramural Volleyball Champions

Big Red’s Army Crowned New Intramural Volleyball Champions

By Jared Smelter Contributing Writer Big Red’s Army, one of the ten intramural volleyball teams in this year’s intramural volleyball league at UMF, defeated Rolling Thunder in the championship game last week.    “I think as a team we just had really good chemistry and...

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UMF Partners with Titcomb for Bike Race and Trail Run

By Evan Gorr Contributing Writer The UMF snowsports team is joining forces with Titcomb Mountain to host their 3rd annual mountain bike race and trail run on October 21st. The proceeds will benefit both the Snowsports team and Titcomb Mountain.    The event will be...

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