The pandemic has been racialized, increasing the violence and verbal abuse toward Asian-Americans; women especially, according to the Stop AAPI report released Tuesday, are 2.3 times more likely to be a victim of a hate crime. This statistic was demonstrated the same day as the report by the racially motivated murders of 8 people, including … Continue reading A Hate Crime: Growing Anti-Asian Violence in the US
One Hundred Is When I Will Go
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Hundreds Converge on Maine Capitol Claiming Election Fraud
Hundreds of Trump supporters, with megaphones, flags, and dead deer in tow, converged on the Maine Capitol of Augusta to claim Democrats stole the election from them.
The Neighborhood of Empty Houses
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A Celebration of the Mundane: The Umbrella Cover Museum
A quaint Maine museum's appreciation for the mundane.
A Variation of a Classic Cocktail: Aviation
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Analyzing Munch’s Vampire
Vampire, Edvard Munch’s famous painting, was a title assigned by a later interpretation, influencing the modern understanding of the art for over a century.
Psychoanalysts to Cribstone: A look at a small Maine Island
An island off Maine's coast offers unique historical attractions, with a surprising link to Jungian psychology.
Radio host Miguel Fuller proclaims “let me be me”
Miguel Fuller gave an engaging and useful talk at the Pei Ling Chan Amphitheater about what it means to be a radio host.
A University’s Shaky Response to the Coronavirus
SCAD moved all HK classes to eLearning for the rest of the quarter due to coronavirus fears. We can’t talk about it.