Meet Hannah Binder: Published Author and UMF Freshman

By Nathan McIvor Contributing Writer    Novelist Hannah Binder is a freshman in the Creative Writing program who has published her first novel, “Why We Don’t Wave” under the name Hannah Paige. The novel is an ode to sisterhood and family.      Binder describing the...

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New Director, New Rocky

New Director, New Rocky

By Jane Metsker Contributing Writer      This year’s UMF production of “Rocky Horror Picture Show” will be showcasing its K-Pop influenced dance numbers under the leadership of new directors senior Zach Roberge and junior Nate Red.    Roberge and Red were assistant...

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UMF Professors Lend Their Advice To The Class of 2018

By Nicole Stewart Staff Reporter  In mid-May, seniors will be marching across the stage receiving their diplomas for their hard work and then venturing off into post-college life. With this major change, UMF professors shared their advice to the class of 2018 on how...

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UMF Men’s Rugby Tackles England

UMF Men’s Rugby Tackles England

By Keely McConomy Contributing Writer   Recently, UMF Men’s Rugby team traveled to England to improve their skills for the upcoming spring season, and experience the sport to its full potential.    The team landed in Manchester, England, and traveled through the...

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Painting With Spring in Mind

Painting With Spring in Mind

By Nicole Stewart Staff Reporter  Walking into the Landing on a recent cold, April evening I was ready to have a night of relaxation by making crafts. I found that the scheduled “Think Spring Crafts” had turned into an open paint night. Along with around half a dozen...

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UMF Student Directs Her Own Play

UMF Student Directs Her Own Play

By Nicole Pilote Contributing Writer Students in the Performative Writing for the Stage class have written and created plays that will be performed at the Festival of New Works near the end of April. The festival will feature ten minute monologues and one-act plays....

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Everybody Loves Eloise

Everybody Loves Eloise

By Caitlin Raye Contributing Writer   In a vacant South Dining Hall, surrounded by the loud noise of the radio coming from the overhead speaker, sat a humble and beloved member of the Sodexo employee staff.    Eloise Wallace, a Sodexo employee, can almost always be...

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UMF Fullbright Scholar Teaches English in Spain

UMF Fullbright Scholar Teaches English in Spain

By Kristen Hill Contributing Writer Travis Bent, a 2016 UMF graduate, spent nine months in Madrid, Spain as an English teaching assistant (ETA), which was fully funded through the Fulbright Scholar Program.    “One of the main objectives of a Fulbright Grantee is to...

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UMF will Explore Western Maine with new Summer Nature Term

By Eryn Finnegan Editor-in-Chief UMF recently announced that it will offer a unique array of summer courses called the Nature Term, which will focus on the outdoors of western Maine across multiple subjects.    The Nature Term is the result of a collaborative effort...

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