Local authorities recently apprehended Christopher Knight, known colloquially as the "North Pond Hermit."
Arts & Entertainment Editor
- Class year: 2015
Local poets, including a few members of the College community, present their work at Waterville's Hathaway Creative Center to herald in Poet Laureate Wesley McNair's "Maine Poetry Express" project.
Alumna Heidi Henderson '83 returns to campus to share her love of life and passion for dance.
With its wide reach and mass appeal, broadcast television can be one of the most important tools for promoting positive social change.
Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, and like most people, your first thought is probably something along the lines of “Shoot! I forgot to do anything special.”
Disney's Wreck-It Ralph weaves together an upredictable narrative while maintaining cross-generational appeal.
Conner’s version of Lysistrata was able to move into the new age of drama with a mélange of pop music and a vast variety of multimedia effects.
Baratunde Thurston visited campus to address a packed Page Commons auditorium as the Humanities Center's first keynote speaker.
Time travel is always a messy premise, but no amount of DeLoreans or hot tubs could have salvaged this trope.
When a film reaches a certain age, I believe we should honor and respect them for their influence, while simultaneously analyzing its lasting value as an artistic piece.
An opportunity for conversations that matter turns into a mess of plot and character struggle
First years' radio show brings the party to the middle of the week
By the end...we have come to judge the barbaric people of the Capitol through Katniss’ eyes, only to realize that we ourselves have paid to watch the Games.
I was really amazed by the kind of things you can do with an instrument.
Since 1982, Susan G. Komen for the Cure has provided almost two billion dollars to combat breast cancer through research, education, political advocacy and patient services.