M.I.A. IN MAINE: SRI LANKAN SONGSTRESS TO PERFORM AT STATE THEATRE By Mallory Stanton

Photo credit: www.statetheatreportland.com.

The Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter M.I.A. is slated to perform at the State Theatre in Portland on Tuesday, May 6th. The show, a stop on her fifth global headlining tour, is the artist’s first performance in the state and will also feature rapper A$AP Ferg of the A$AP Mob collective as its opening act. Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam, […]

UKRAINIAN UNE GRADS WEIGH IN ON TURMOIL IN THEIR HOMELAND By Mallory Stanton

Roman (left) and Igor, on Graduation Day 2012.

The political crisis in Ukraine has dominated the international news media for months. In February, violent protests in Kiev came to a climax when former president Viktor Yanukovich stepped down and fled to Russia. Since then, Russia has tried to exercise its waning power over the region, most noticeably by invading and then annexing Crimea, […]

END THE SILENCE: UNE NEEDS A VICTIM ADVOCATE By Shannon Cardinal


Though we’ve made progress, we still have a problem with support for victims of sexual assault on campus. The 2012 UNE Clery Report does a better job telling victims what they can expect and how they should proceed in reporting a sexual assault than the student handbook does. Raise your hand if you read the […]

DISPATCH FROM MOROCCO: ILIANA FLEFEL PROFILE By UNE Tangier Staff

Iliana on a recent hike around Cap Spartel in Tangier.

If you ask sophomore Iliana Flefel what she misses most about the United States, her answer will be: “My cats. Oh, and organic vegetables.” Flefel is one of 23 students studying at the University of New England’s new satellite campus in Tangier, Morocco this semester. Like most study abroad students, Flefel said her experience has […]

NORMAN’S IPOD: DRIVING JAMS Compiled By Courtney Goulet


Welcome back to Norman’s iPod!  Have you ever gotten behind the wheel and wondered, “What am I going to listen to on my drive to [insert hypothetical destination here]?” Say no more! The Editorial board in the newsroom thought long and hard about this, and we compiled a list of our all time favorite Driving […]

NETFLIX FOR THE WINTER-WEARY SOUL By Mallory Stanton

Photo credit: Netflix.

With the polar vortex having beleaguered us for the past several months now, I’ve been spending most of my free hours within the warm confines of my home. I’ve passed many a frigid night lolling about in bed, my iPad propped up on my stomach, beaming out the wonderful Internet venue that is Netflix. My […]

BOTTOM OF THE RIVER SOUND By Courtney Goulet


In the Pepperell Mill, in Suite 117, right here in Biddeford, something amazing can be found.  Swathed in gray foam, with fixtures in colors such as “eclectic purple” and “aged barrel” (along with some pretty nifty artwork) is Bottom of the River Sound, now open for business.  On Friday, February 28th, they officially opened their doors as […]

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