What are you thankful for?

By Paige Lusczyk and Jessica Gervais, contributing writers. ‘25 MARY ‘25: …. the sunshine and the four seasons.   ‘24 HORISUN ‘24: .... the kindness with those in our community. NICK ‘24: .... all of the resources on campus i.e. the Thrifty Beaver and Johnson...

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Zombie Invasion Imminent!

Zombie Invasion Imminent!

By Lilly Johnson, contributing writer You may notice students with orange armbands and nerf guns acting erratically on campus this week. No need to be alarmed, the Tabletop Gaming Club is resuming a long-time tradition of ‘Humans vs Zombies’ on campus. After a...

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Voices on the Green

By Ashley Ward, Contributing Writer.   What do you think UMF can do to be more mindful about its relationship with the land we use and its history with Indigenous tribes? Grace ‘24: I think that having actual Native Americans that come and speak and give...

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What Goes On in the Garden?

By Annie Newman, Staff Writer Even in October, the garden that sits next to the Student Olsen Center is teeming with life. Brilliant flowers bloom, vegetables ripen, and bees take pollen to ready themselves for winter. Students mill about, especially those that are in...

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Indigenous Peoples’ Week

By Ashley Ward, Secretary and Assistant Editor University of Maine at Farmington conducted a week of events surrounding issues affecting the Indigenous communities within Maine as a response to Indigenous Peoples’ Day on October 11. Several of the days following the...

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UMF Introduces Wellness Weeks

By Paige Lusczyk, contributing writer The Well-Being Committee has created an eight-week program, Wellness Weeks, promoting wellbeing in five main categories: physical, social, emotional, occupational, and nutritional. Open registration began on Sept. 27 and will run...

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Commuters Fight COVID-19

By Sophia Turgeon, contributing writer. Since March of 2020, COVID has impacted everybody at UMF drastically, including commuters. In fact, the effects of COVID have affected commuters very differently than it may have affected on-campus students. After returning to...

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