BURRITOS ARE BACK! by Leslie Bardin


After meeting with Dan Roy, General Manager of dining, the Student Services Senator of the Undergraduate Student Government has the official update on dining. Many of us are aware of the change Sodexo made at the Forum. At first it seemed like a great idea to try to mix up the menu, but it proved […]

DISHING IT OUT WITH DUSTIN by Dustin Booska-Moulton


Are you the friend that all of your friends go to to ask for relationship or dating advice? Do you happen to be the friend who has the least amount of relationship experience? Do you also happen to have the least amount of experience with anything relating to that sort of thing? If so, you’re […]

INTERSTELLAR MOVIE REVIEW by Matt Chouinard


We have to appreciate directors who are able to provide something new for our imagination and Christopher Nolan has been one of the best at performing this task in recent memory. He has provided creative stories time and again with movies such as Memento(2000) and Inception(2010), and now he has done it again with his […]

THIRSTY THURSDAY: BEER TASTING AT RUN OF THE MILL by Kelsey Schwarz

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At the end of a stressful day, there are only a few things that will make it end on a better note- my bed, a tasty meal, and a good brew. Luckily for me, I was able to have two of those essentials the other night at The Run of the Mill Public House and […]

NOW LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP: A LOCAL PRODUCTION BEHIND THE SCENES by Chloe Rossignol

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Return to the halls of high school with the UNE players’ upcoming production of Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep by local author Jerry Walker.  The play is follows Julie, a high school student that understands the challenges of high school all too well, as she introduces you to many characters who will make […]

CORE CLASSES FOR NIGHT OWLS, ANYONE? by Megan Trosper


Signing up for classes my freshman year was a challenge. Not only did I have to figure out what courses I needed to take but I also had to find out the time that I could take them. At first, I was really excited to see that my BIO 104 Lab was scheduled at night. […]

THE FUTURE OF FREDDY PARKING by Leslie Bardin


Members of the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) work together to improve student life on campus. Students, faculty, and staff can approach the USG with issues, concerns, or suggestions regarding all aspects of campus life. This year, many concerns regarding commuter parking have been brought to the attention of the Student Services Senator, who serves as […]

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