On December 28, VillageSoup.com ran an article about USM students who took part in ensemble performances during the Fall 2010 semester, listing midcoast students. (No link available.)
Archive for February 7th, 2011
A review of the “Turtle Television Island” exhibit was featured in the December 29 issue of the Toronto-based international arts and culture magazine Fuse.
The Huffington Post interviewed Professor of Social Work & Sociology David Wagner’s and used his book, “The Poorhouse: America’s Forgotten Institution,” for the news analysis story, ” The Poorhouse: Aunt Winnie, Glenn Beck, and the Politics of the New Deal.”
Read a December 20 Times Record article about actress Vinie Burrows who spoke in Glickman Family Library on January 19 in at an exhibition of paintings by Antonio Guerrero.
A January 5 Portland Press Herald “Maine Voices” column by Maine Publishers and Writers Alliance Executive Director Joshua Bodwell mentions Maine’s Poet Laureate and Assistant Professor of English Betsy Sholl. Be sure to read “What could be worse than a dearth of verse?”
Sholl was also mentioned in a January 6 article in The Portland Daily Sun about the poetry demonstration at Longfellow Square.
On January 8, Fosters.com informed readers that Associate Professor of Geography and Anthropology Nathan Hamilton is speaking as part of Portsmouth Athenaeum 2011 Program series.
On January 9, The Portland Press Herald’s “Society Notebook: Toast of the Town” published photos from Governor Paul Lepage’s inauguration. Click on “additional photos” to see a shot of USM Student Body President Ashley Willems-Phaneuf at the inauguration.