Building Community in Mallett Hall

Building Community in Mallett Hall

By Emilee Eustis Contributing Writer      CAs in Mallett Hall believe that residence hall programs not only help ease the unfamiliarity of college, but also aide in higher academic achievement and bonding opportunities.       Jamie St. Pierre, a first year CA at...

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The Future of Campus Lighting

The Future of Campus Lighting

By Emily Thibodeau Contributing Writer The Student Senate has plans to "brighten" campus up as they have been working to improve lighting on campus. Stephen Riitano, the Vice-President of the Student Senate, recently met with Jeff McKay, head of Facilities, to talk...

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“Rough Drafts” Exhibits Art Faculty Works in Progress

“Rough Drafts” Exhibits Art Faculty Works in Progress

By Nicole Stewart, Staff Reporter UMF Division of the Arts is featuring the exhibition “Rough Drafts,” a special art event dedicated to show off art from all of the UMF Art faculty.    The professors featured in the show include Ann Bartges, Tom Jessen, Dawn Nye,...

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UMF Softball Swings Into Victory Against Alumni

By Alicia Davis - Contributing Writer On a sunny Sunday afternoon, the UMF softball team had a game against alumni at the softball field. UMF softball beat the alumni team 3-­2.    Coach Kat McKay, who will be entering her second year as the softball coach at UMF,...

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Drive-Thru Bans: A Solution for Franklin County?

Drive-Thru Bans: A Solution for Franklin County?

Lindsay Mower - Staff Reporter In effort to increase health promotion, some towns have adopted drive-thru bans for fast food establishments. In some communities this type of ban has been around as far back as 1982: like San Luis Obispo, a college town located on the...

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