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  • USM student chemists: ‘The bigger the boom, the more fun we have’

    PORTLAND — Nearly 100 Portland area children gathered in Deering Oaks Park Thursday just after noon to… learn more about chemical science?

  • Thanks, mom

    Corey Saenz of Portland salutes to her mom at the conclusion of University of Southern Maine commencement ceremonies on May 16 at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland. (Michael Barriault photo)

  • Students vs. the economy: College grads face uncertain times

    PORTLAND — University of Southern Maine seniors Brandon McKenney and Gwen Merrick have taken the last few weeks one day at a time. Both are wrapping up projects, finishing papers, and preparing for the final exams that will allow them to graduate this Saturday, May 16. Neither ha...

  • Presidential parade

    Bagpiper and University of Southern Maine student Steve Lemieux leads a procession of faculty and guests up Bedford Street on Saturday to the Abromson Center, where Selma Botman was installed at the 10th president of USM. (Paul Cunningham photo)

  • pnms-usmbudget Child care, faculty on USM chopping block

    PORTLAND — With $1.3 million in cuts to be announced in the next few weeks, the University of Southern Maine community – from students to staff to day-care parents – is on edge.

  • pnms-universities-011409 Maine universities look toward broad changes $43M to be cut over 4 years

    PORTLAND — Major changes are in store for the University of Southern Maine and the entire University of Maine System, which will spend the next six months developing a new organizational model in order to cut $42.8 million in costs over four years.