Dance is an art form that has been enjoyed for centuries across the world and used for purposes such as socialization, cultural expression and entertainment. Research by the American Dance Therapy Association […]
Rihanna’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Brings Mixed Reviews
If you weren’t outside enjoying a winter walk, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing on February 12th, you probably were inside watching the Super Bowl. This year’s Super Bowl was exciting because Rihanna made her long-awaited return to performing.
Cold Case: Darien Richardson
As a college-aged female student at SMCC and a lover of true crime, I often think about the number of cases involving people in my demographic. The number of lives lost due […]
The Case of Pearl Bruns
By Lola Starr Warning: Talks of violence, blood, and murder. August 11, 1991, was considered a typical day for everyone in South Portland, Maine. However, inside a ranch-style home on Broadway in […]
The Controversy Surrounding Sam Smith
Sam Smith is making quite an impact on social media in the first couple of months of the new year.
The Tidal Shift Award
Ye West and Social Media Culture
World famous celebrity Ye West has a reputable past of mental illness and ranting on social media… Are the two linked?
Muralists, Seeking SMCC Advisor
Rising Sea Level Motivates Students to Plan Activist Project A mural on Southern Maine Community College would not only raise awareness on the damaging effects of climate change, but it would also […]
1975 Mushroom Lamp
By Jessica Spoto i.e Basically Neon I didn’t think that you would block me so quick I thought that I would get a goodbye or an emoji kiss I should have known […]
Local Music and Dance
2/12/2023 Jazz Brunch with Eric Klaxton | Boone’s @ 10am | no cover | all ages Toby McAllister | Austin Street Brewery @ 2pm Irish Session | Rí Rá @ 3pm David […]