Most young adult’s dream is to move out of their parents’ home and into their own. For most, that has begun with renting your first apartment. I first had the desire to […]
Last week I wrote an article about how free community college will be offered to those impacted by the pandemic. Students who graduated high school between 2020 and 2023 can receive two […]
News writing and production student Elizabeth Fortier interviewed professor Lareen Smith on March 24th. The interview concerned Smith’s project with students in a marine science class, in which they have collected data […]
Finals week is coming to an end, but for some including myself that doesn’t mean, the stress of finals is gone yet. If you are feeling stressed out don’t worry! Here below […]
On May 11th, Southern Maine Community College will be presenting an art exhibit on their campus, hosted by students Sarah and Madison. The Art Show was developed by Virginia Rose, an art […]
Liliana Palmer has some photography photos she has taken and wanted to share. All of the photos were taken on SMCC campus by me during this semester and the last one. She […]
A Script by Alexandra Griffin, Creative Writing class Myself: I’m never going to find a guyyyy! Angel: Yes, you are! You just have to wait and let God decide. Myself: I’m gonna […]
Anyone who’s ever picked up a comic book, played a video game, or watched a sci-fi movie has heard of the grappling hook. It’s a gadget that allows the user to elevate […]
Maine’s very own Senator Susan Collins has found herself in the middle of the debate surrounding the state of Roe v. Wade in America. Collins called police on Saturday night after seeing […]
“Ode to Autumn” is a poem written by Daniel Nemitz in 2022 in response to his favorite season.
By Anthony GendronHave you ever plugged in your laptop or flipped on your room lights and wondered where that electricity comes from? There are many ways for us to get power. There […]
When was the last time you watched or read a “decent” sequel? Perhaps you’ve never witnessed a glorious follow-up story, or are just avoiding them altogether… but what makes a sequel “good,” in general?