MARCH CALENDAR OF EVENTS

March Dining

HAVE YOU HEARD? AVILA AT LAST! by Kelsey Schwarz


Rumor has it that there are prospective plans being made to renovate Avila Hall this coming summer on the University of New England, Biddeford Campus. Although the project has not been approved yet, Campus Services and Residential Education & Housing are prepared to carry out the plans upon approval by the Board of Trustees. In […]

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: UNE SNEAKS BY BEACONS IN OT, CLINCH FINAL PLAYOFF SPOT by Adrienne Chase


With only 7.7 seconds left in regulation, sophomore forward Shannon Smith muscled the equalizer past UMass Boston goalkeeper Kailyn Burke, and kept the dream alive for a chance to reach the playoffs for the first time in program history. However the Nor’Easters would need not just a tie but a win to extend their season […]

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: NOR’EASTERS STORM BY CURRY, CLINCH TOP SEED IN CCC PLAYOFFS by Adrienne Chase


This past Tuesday, the University of New England honored its two seniors in their final regular season game at the Harold Alfond Forum. Both Kelly Coleman and Kendra Dawless have been a part of the Nor’Easter Women’s Basketball squad for the past four seasons, posting a 94-19 overall record on top of two Commonwealth Coast […]

DISHING IT OUT WITH DUSTIN by Dustin Booska-Moulton


There’s something I don’t think I’ve shared with you all, and I think it’s about time I do. I want to come out. I, Dustin Booska-Moulton, am thirsty. With that said, I’ve got to say it seems like my thirst is quite insufficient in comparison to many others at UNE or even in our country. […]

DOC SAMUEL’S VARIETY SHOW: A 40 YEAR UNE TRADITION by Caroline Saban

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On February 20th, the 40th Annual Doc Samuel’s Show took place at the Biddeford City Theater in front of a sold out crowd with the man himself, Doc Samuel, in attendance. The show continues to stay true to its beginnings, brining the UNE community together for a night of entertainment. The variety show began in […]

ROOSEVELT TOURS UNE by Shannon Cardinal


Tall, well-spoken and curious, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt asked many engaging questions and offered a great deal of insight as she toured the “Write Again Soon: Letters from World War II” exhibit in the Ketchum Library.  She entered the Art Gallery accompanied by President Ripich and was greeted by a cadre of students, faculty and staff […]

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