UNE CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF RAIN GARDEN By Jordan Tate


September 9th, 2014 marked the grand unveiling of the UNE rain garden. What began last summer as a simple idea meant to improve rain water drainage on campus evolved throughout the 2013-2014 academic year, involving five faculty, four courses, and 49 students. Intern, Jordan Tate, along with the help of volunteers and many UNE Facilities […]

GREEN EATS: SUSTAINABILITY LEADERS DISCUSS EDIBLE CAMPUS By Jordan Tate


A new sustainability program was discussed in a summer stakeholder meeting hosted by Dr. Jeri Fox about growing UNE into an edible campus. Professor Fox of the biology department has had this shared dream for a while. She feels that “the food movement is big and growing and interestingly enough, a lot of our strengths […]

NOR’EASTERS CRUISE PAST ST. JOE’S By Adrienne Chase


Eight minutes into the game first year forward Darius Ntacyo scored his first career goal in Nor’Easter Blue off of a combined effort from juniors Ryan Rousseau and Tyler Garnick that put UNE ahead for good in their shutout victory versus non-conference rival St. Joe’s. With the victory the Big Blue is off to one […]

MARC SHUTDOWN By Halie Pruitt

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After being in the business of sheltering and rehabilitating over 1,000 marine animals for the past 13 years, on May 23rd, officials at UNE closed the Marine Animal Rehabilitation Center (MARC). The move shocked not only volunteer and staff of the program, but students across the disciplines, UNE faculty, alumni, and the surrounding community. The […]

BIG BLUE TROUNCES GORDON FOR SECOND CONFERENCE WIN By Adreinne Chase


In a rematch from last year’s conference championship the Nor’easters sought revenge versus Brittany Hawkins and the Fighting Scots this past Wednesday. `Both teams were undefeated in conference play entering the game and for the entire first half it appeared as if it would stay that way with neither team breaking through the 0-0 tie. […]

DISHING IT OUT WITH DUSTIN By Dustin Booska-Moulton


The first year is usually the toughest for college students, and rightfully so. It feels similar to when you’re on a treadmill: it starts off okay, but becomes challenging. There may be a time when you trip and fall face first, but no worries, if it happens someone will post it on YouTube and maybe […]

BOTTLE DRIVE RETURNS By Kelsey Schwarz


Save your bottles because the University of New England Undergraduate Neuroscience Club is starting up their bottle drive for the second year in a row. The process is quick and easy- all you’ve got to do is take a designated green bag, fill it up, and bring it to any Maine Hannaford store or to […]

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