The attacks on the power stations are connected to Right Wing extremism and could be a precursor to more attacks on America’s infrastructure.
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Over the weekend, domestic terrorists attacked two power stations in Moore County North Carolina. The attacks left 45,000 people and an entire county without power due to suspected extremist ideology.
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Forum with City Council Candidates Nov 3, 2022 at 3:00 PM | Jewett Auditorium Next week the people of South Portland will be voting to fill two City Council Seats.The SMCC Student Senate […]
This morning, myself and two other writers for The Beacon had the pleasure of attending a debate between Governor Janet Mills and former Governor Paul Lepage right here in Portland. Jesse Bifulco, […]
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Student Senate Meeting – Student Senate meetings are open to all SMCC students. The goal and purpose of the Senate is to serve the SMCC student body. Meet via Zoom, July 26th, August 9th, and […]
The Relationship and Etiquette Column Hello everyone, as you know I’m one of the new writers, Lucy, and I have two questions that I have been given to answer. “I’m working a […]