Opinion

Fracking

Everywhere people are getting ready for summer, for barbeques and barefoot kids running through the grass, for trips to the coast and fun in water. However, for the communities affected by hydraulic fracturing, their summer looks bleaker. They will be up all night listening to the constant hum of giant compressors and drinking from Water … Continue reading

Travel

A Trip to Camden Maine

Nestled under the peak of Mount Battie lays a quaint little town known as Camden Maine.  It was founded in 1791 and has since sprouted into a bustling tourist town. Its various locally owned shops add to the town’s quaint charm. Colorful awnings decorate brick store fronts inviting customers to buy Maine theme products. Promises … Continue reading

Unity College News

SGA Re-Elections

Unity- SGA elections for Unity College happened Tuesday 11:00-1:00 PM. Some positions, such as SGA President, were unopposed while others didn’t have anyone running for them. This year candidates, especially those who ran without oppositions like the presidential position, did not voice themselves for or against specific issues. This is either the fourth or fifth … Continue reading

Unity College News

Unity College’s Honors Program

Unity- Unity College has developed an Honors Program to gain more incoming students and give current students the chance to academically challenge themselves. It offers opportunities to high achieving students and gives them an appropriate environment in which they can feel comfortable, said Michele Leavitt. She and Aimee Philippi work together as heads of the … Continue reading