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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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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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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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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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Beavers Take the Track

Beavers Take the Track

By Sara Lamb Contributing Writer The Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams are ready to start their spring season after a slow and snowy start. Senior captain Shane Hathaway is excited to start his last season with the Beavers. Hathaway acknowledged the delayed...

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Beavers Warm Up Before Season Starts

Beavers Warm Up Before Season Starts

By Emily Thibodeau Contributing Writer The UMF softball team recently returned from their spring training trip in Kissimmee, Florida, and played eight games in the surrounding area. Out of the eight games, the team came out with one win.    Kiana Thompson, UMF Senior...

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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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