BANGOR, MAINE – The enduring power and popularity of American folk music will be visible to all when “Lonesome Traveler: The Concert” performs for one night only at the Gracie Theatre on Saturday, February 24, […]
By Matthew Cunha BANGOR ME – The first form of the Maine high school basketball tournament was won by the South Portland boys in 1922. That was the lone tournament. Today, ten separate tournaments provide […]
On this week’s Call of the Eagle, I was joined by Adam Robinson and Cole Hurlbert to talk Husson and Celtics hoops. We also touched on the Bruins and Red Sox.
It can be defined as a lot of things. In this case, it is referencing the guts and determination or whatever it is required to go on a long run in the NHL playoffs. Whatever […]
Seven inches of snow shuts Husson down for a half day BANGOR — Seven inches of snow fell in Bangor last week, subsequently cancelling and postponing events Husson University had lined up. The BANFF Film […]
By Ryan Mains On Thursday, February 15th, Bangor Mall Cinemas held a special 7:00 PM showing of the latest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Black Panther. The first MCU film with a primarily black […]
On this week’s Call of the Eagle, I talk some Celtics and Husson hoops along with NHL Bruins talk with Nate Nate Buchanan.
55 games. That is how many games the Boston Bruins have played this season. They are tied for second place in the league. That is 66% of the 2017-18 season. Under Bruce Cassidy’s tenure, the […]
Campus Closing Leaves Students and Faculty Uncertain by Ryan Mains On Wednesday, February 7th, a vicious snowstorm forced Husson University to resort to something it rarely did: closing down the campus at noontime. With the […]