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Liam and Logan Nee: Double Majors

Posted on February 27, 2014 at 10:45 AM Comments comments (0)

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Liam and Logan Nee never expected they would stay in Maine for college. They also never expected to share a school — or a major or off-campus housing.


The senior identical twins from Cornish, Maine, both applied to “about a dozen” schools, but ultimately chose UMaine because of the Division I track program and in-state tuition.


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UMaine Student Interviewed for BDN Article on Michaud's Economic Development Plan

Posted on February 24, 2014 at 11:00 PM Comments comments (0)

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Liam Nee, a University of Maine senior studying journalism and political science, spoke with the Bangor Daily News for an article about Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rep. Mike Michaud’s economic development plan. Michaud’s plan proposes students from Maine enrolled in one of the University of Maine System schools would have their sophomore year paid for by the state....

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Free college for sophomores? Stakeholders weigh in on Michaud's plan

Posted on February 23, 2014 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (0)


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By Nell Gluckman, BDN Staff


BANGOR, Maine — Students from Maine enrolled in one of the University of Maine System schools would have their sophomore year paid for by the state if Democratic gubernatorial candidate Rep. Mike Michaud’s economic development plan comes to fruition.

 

The plan is the congressman’s fir...

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Cornish restaurant packed as Stanley Cup visits Maine

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By Seth Koenig, BDN Staff


CORNISH, Maine — Hockey fans from around Maine and New Hampshire converged on the 1,200-person town of Cornish Wednesday night for a glimpse of the NHL’s Stanley Cup, one of the most recognizable trophies in professional sports.


The Boston Bruins won the title in June, defeating the Vancouver Canucks in a seven-game series, 4-3. As champions, each member of the Bruins organization gets to...

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