Senior Social At The Roost Delivers An Evening of Entertainment

By Nicole Stewart Staff Reporter When walking along Main Street in downtown Farmington, seniors who opened the door to the Roost were greeted by loud music playing from the DJ, chatty bar-goers, and their fellow classmates for the Senior Social.    The social was a...

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UMF Track Team Breaks Records At First Meet

UMF Track Team Breaks Records At First Meet

By Emily Thibodeau Contributing Writer UMF’s Track team is looking forward to a great season as they had a strong first meet at Eastern Connecticut State University. Individuals of the team broke school records, personal records, as well as qualifying for the New...

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UMF Marches for Change in Legislation

UMF Marches for Change in Legislation

By Olivia White Contributing Writer UMF students, educators, and politicians showed their support for the Parkland school shooting by participating in marches held in both Farmington and Portland.    Kayla Suzanne, a student teacher at Mt. Blue Elementary, and Vanessa...

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UMF Reveals Final 12 Nominations for New Commons Project

By Eryn Finnegan Editor-in-Chief After months of anticipation and speculation, UMF professors, students and community members gathered in Emery Arts Center to learn which culturally significant works will be taught next school year as the next phase of the New Commons...

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Challenging Perspectives of Human Trafficking

Challenging Perspectives of Human Trafficking

By Darby Murnane Contributing Writer A conference on modern-day human trafficking was recently co-hosted at UMF by The International and Global Studies Program, the Office of Global Education and the Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honors Society.    The conference...

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Sandy River Review To Unveil Annual Print Edition

Sandy River Review To Unveil Annual Print Edition

By Richard Southard Contributing Writer The Sandy River Review, a literary journal put together by UMF students and Alice James Books, aims to publish its annual print edition on April 30. This year’s journal will contain works from 31 different contributors, and will...

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Travel the World at Spring Fling

By Kristen Hill Contributing Writer During the weekend of this year’s Spring Fling, you can step foot into a new country every night. The theme of this year’s events is “travel the world,” and every event will be themed around a different country. This year’s Spring...

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UMF InterVarsity Club Serves Baton Rouge

UMF InterVarsity Club Serves Baton Rouge

By Vincent St. Jean, as told to Emily Mokler Contributing Writer and Assistant Editor  InterVarsity, the on campus Christian fellowship group, volunteered at ServeUp during Spring Break, arriving in Baton Rouge, Louisiana after a 30-hour bus ride. We were just some of...

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Career Fair Encourages Students to Find Jobs after Graduation

By Nicole Stewart Staff Reporter  Walking into the Olsen Student Center on the Monday morning after spring break, students found tables set up with businesses participating in UMF’s Career Fair. Each table had a spokesperson willing to talk to students as they walked...

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UMF Students Embrace Global Writing Community at AWP

UMF Students Embrace Global Writing Community at AWP

By Dale J Rappaneau, Jr. Contributing Writer The Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) recently concluded their annual conference, held this year in the sunny city of Tampa, Florida.    As has been the tradition for years, more than a dozen UMF Creative...

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