On a particularly rainy Friday afternoon, I timidly crept into the Olin Arts Center and lingered around the opening of a new body of work on display in the museum. The exhibit, entitled Heads, Hands, Feet; Sleeping, Holding, Dreaming, Dying, was the.
On a particularly scorching day in September, this author timidly approached the Trinity Church in downtown Lewiston. Expecting a group of teenagers, or maybe a choir, I passed through the doorway quietly, and as in typical fashion, I was late. I.
After an insanely successful start to the season, the men’s varsity team set off on a road trip this past weekend (Saturday September 23rd and Sunday Saturday September 24th) to face Wesleyan University and WIlliams College. Hoping to extend their.
Work on display at the Bates Museum of Art. JAMES MACDONALD/THE BATES STUDENT Projector images on display as a part of an exhibit at the Bates Museum of Art. JAMES MACDONALD/THE BATES STUDENT Artwork on display at the Bates Museum of Art. JAMES.
Nestled in a Lewiston neighborhood just off Scribner Boulevard is an unassuming building reminiscent of the diner from the Archie comics. The flashing “Open” sign propped up in the window invited me in, hoping singularity for some bubble.
Beginning the 2017-18 season, the men’s soccer team is already off to a strong start. While the official start of the season, originally scheduled for Tuesday, September 5th against the University of Maine Farmington, was postponed, it clearly.