Lifelong Love of Learning: Rick Dale Delivers Last Lecture

By Nick Bray, Contributing Writer In front of an overflowing room, Associate Professor of Special Education, Dr. Rick Dale concluded the 19th annual Michael D. Wilson Symposium by giving his last lecture. In its fifth year, the last lecture is a yearly event at...

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Zack Peercy: Writer By Day, Comedian By Night

By Shana Tilley, Contributing Writer Graduating senior Zack Peercy will be missed by the UMF creative writing and arts communities he has been an influential part of  throughout his four years on campus. He’s currently the president of both the Lawn Chair Pirates...

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Woody Hanstein: Man Of Many Hats

Woody Hanstein: Man Of Many Hats

By Nick Bray, Staff Reporter There probably isn’t anyone in the state of Maine with a resume quite like Walter “Woody” Hanstein’s. In the fall semester, it isn’t unusual for Hanstein to work a full day at his law practice, then head down to the rugby pitch at Prescott...

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A Walk Through The Gallery:  Senior Art Thesis Exhibition

A Walk Through The Gallery: Senior Art Thesis Exhibition

By Jessica McKenna, Contributing Writer A semester's worth of hard work came to an end on April 13th with the opening of the Senior Art students’ Thesis Exhibition, “Five to Nine.” The sun slowly disappeared from the sky over the UMF campus casting a faint blue shadow...

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McKayla Marois: First-Year Student Making an Impact on UMF

McKayla Marois: First-Year Student Making an Impact on UMF

By Caleb Grover, Contributing Writer There are not enough hours in a day, or that’s how it seems for first-year McKayla Marois. Marois is a secondary education major with a concentration in English, and a minor in music. Teaching has been Marois’ dream since she was...

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Student Senate President Jamie Austin Says Farewell

Student Senate President Jamie Austin Says Farewell

By Sofia Vanoli, Contributing Writer Walking out of Olsen Student Center heading towards South Street, it is nearly impossible not to turn your head and catch a glimpse of the motion inside the Student Senate office, where a long table with usually two or three people...

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Hailey Mealey: When Art and Science Mix

Hailey Mealey: When Art and Science Mix

By Sarita Crandall, Contributing Writer Hailey Mealey, a junior biology major, has decided to put her artistic talents to work by opening up an Etsy shop to sell her creative watercolor paintings. Since Mealey is paying for her own education and is going to school...

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