Looking for a fun, socially distanced event? Limited to 24 guests, the Lounge Series at Halo is made up of twelve loveseats, set for couples to reserve, all ten feet from other […]
by Clayton Hoyle Gail Anderson is a New York-based designer, writer, and educator. After looking through work on her website, to find inspiration for a graphic design project It doesn’t take long […]
Photographer: Sean ThompsonCourse: ARTS 170 Photo 1Professor: Christian Farnsworth
Looking for something to do outside? Thompson’s Point is offering socially distanced ice skating!! This is the 6th season of this event up and running and still going strong. Enjoy 10,000 sq. […]
My name is Samantha Harmon. I am a first year-Communications student at SMCC. Having lived in Maine all my life I am hoping to move after I finish college. I am an […]
by Clayton Hoyle. Thousands of Maine residents are required to “check the box” when they apply for work or housing. Checking the box means admitting if you have ever been convicted of […]
In this issue on Prejudice, we look many of the different types of discrimination. We talk about age, disability, and gender bias. Our writers tackle the issues of LGBTQA equity and discrimination against convicted felons. We even look at bias towards certain breeds of dogs.
I read your last issue on Love, and it made me think of my country, Guinea. As we head into winter, I recall how the temperature in my country was so different. Imagine sleeping at night in your house where the weather is between 80 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit and you’re sweating profusely.
When I came out after many years in the closet my friends were very surprised. Their reaction was not unexpected when you hide a part of you from the world for 18, almost 19 years of your life. What was unexpected were some of the reactions I got from acquaintances.
by Krista Nadeau After the second date, a dozen red roses were delivered to my house. How ungrateful that after the initial flattery and recognizing the beauty of the roses, my next […]