by Maggie Gamage In November of 2007, I got to shave all the hair off my mother’s head! I was five years old. It was a fun activity that the family got […]
Blood Drive Tomorrow!
Student Life is hosting the Red Cross to host a blood drive this upcoming Wednesday from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM in the Campus Center Noisy Lounge. Donors will be entered into a raffle […]
The Ohio Train Derailment: How Pollution Impacts Our Lives
By Lehana Petelo and Jillian Clark Although the American Lung Association names Maine as one of the states with the cleanest air, we have still had our share of environmental disasters. Until […]
Register for the Blood Drive!
Register for the American Red Cross Blood Drive at SMCC.
An Unexpected Friend
Getting a pet is something many people look forward to doing at some point in their life. Most people prefer pets like dogs or cats and often never consider the chances of […]
Sounds Sketchy ; How Sketch Drawing Affects the Brain
By Jessica Spoto Have you ever been sitting restlessly in class or on zoom just bursting at the seams stressed out of your mind? Have you found yourself sketching, doodling something quick […]
Happy Hearts and A Walk of Purpose
A walk through Back Cove trail and a strong willed purpose that follows suit. The 2023 Maine Heart Walk, motos “A mile a life saved.” A dream to continue on in the […]
Willard Beach: SMCC’s Hidden Gem
As classes start back up at SMCC so does the stress that comes along with it. There is a great option for students to release stress that is only a couple steps […]
You are Lying to Yourself
Most likely, nobody is harder on you than you. I bet you that you have been lying to yourself. The lies we tell ourselves, why do we think it’s okay? These quotes […]
Anxiety, as we know, comes and goes. Sometimes, it can creep up on us when we least want it. Though, for some, it’s a daily battle that takes a big mental toll […]