USM in the News Archive
Learn about the Bicycle Coalition of Maine’s Great Maine Bike Swap, held in Sullivan Gym on April 28, as reported by the Morning Sentinel.
Distinguished Muskie Professor of Community Planning and Development Mark Lapping participated in a panel discussion arranged by The Preble Street Hunger Initiative in Portland as part of the premiere of “A Place at the Table,” a movie about hunger, at the Nickelodeon in Portland. Find out more in the April 28 Kennebec Journal.
In the April 28 Sun Journal read about Lewiston-Auburn College alumna Mary Jane Dillingham, the water quality manager for Lewiston and Auburn.
The University of Southern Maine Theatre Department brought Virginia Woolf’s play “Orlando” to life during the month of April. To learn more about the play, read the April 25 Portland Phoenix.
A study conducted by the Maine Education Policy Research Institute at the University of Southern Maine debunks claims that Maine students are not prepared for college. To learn more, check out the April 25 MaineBiz article.
USM students protested homeless policies outside the Portland Housing Authority, as reported by the April 26 Portland Daily Sun.
USM student Alison Bradley is planning to run 2800 miles from New York to Los Angeles as a fundraiser for cancer research. Check out the April 23 WCSH-TV Channel 6 “207” video for an interview and more information on her run.