Save Our Planet, One Campus at a Time

Save Our Planet, One Campus at a Time

By Wylie Post, Contributing Writer. October is Campus Sustainability Month, and UMF is making sure to do its part through educating and creating opportunities for students and staff to get involved. Many students at UMF and across the country are aware of climate...

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Everything Halloween

Everything Halloween

By Charity Webster, Contributing Writer. Halloween is just around the corner with so many fun things to do this holiday season. What peaks your interest? Is it to dress up, go to a party, or just eat a bunch of candy? Maybe you want to have a marathon of scary films...

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The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

By Emma Dipompo, Contributing Writer. Are you creative? Do you craft for fun? Have you ever thought of taking your hobby to the next level? The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies in downtown Farmington might be a great resource for you. The CES is a small business...

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Student interest in extracurriculars on the rise

By Ashley Ward, Secretary and Assistant Editor FARMINGTON 一 Extracurriculars at the University of Maine at Farmington have reported a struggle with student involvement and membership over the last 18 months as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, group leaders...

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“Vital Traces” at the UMF Art Gallery

By Paige Lusczyk, Contributing Writer. The University of Maine at Farmington’s Art Gallery will be showcasing installation artist Samantha Jones’ work, “Vital Traces,” until Oct. 28. Last week, Jones spoke about her work at a public reception on Mantor Green. “Vital...

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UMF athletes back in action – Sports Recap

UMF athletes back in action – Sports Recap

By Page Brown, Contributing Writer. After a year of canceled competition due to COVID-19, all six UMF fall varsity teams are well underway with an active season. The Beavers have seen immense success, with teams placing in several events and tournaments alongside...

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UMF Campus Short Five Community Assistants

By Paige Lusczyk, Contributing Writer. An on-campus role typically reserved for upperclassmen has been offered to first-semester freshmen this year as the University of Maine at Farmington faces a shortage of student employees. Four freshmen joined the Community...

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UMF Dining Hall Introduces Reusable To-Go Containers

By Annie Newman, Staff Writer. With the Dining Hall returning to “normal,” one new addition combines the accommodating ways of COVID-19 with UMF’s drive for eco-friendliness: reusable to-go containers. They allow students to take home a meal or any leftovers from the...

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