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The Husson University Men’s basketball team has earned the #2 seed and a first round bye in the North Atlantic Conference Tournament. The Eagles finished the regular season in second place behind UMaine-Farmington, who has […]

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Lone Democrat In Primaries Hoping to Unseat  Angus King by Ryan Mains (Portland, Maine)- In terms of political popularity, it’s hard to top Angus King. One of the only two Independent Senators in Congress, King […]

Democratic House Candidate Hopes to Inspire Next Generation of Voters by Ryan Mains (Bangor, Maine) – Lucas St. Clair, son of Burt’s Bees founder Roxanne Quimby and one of the four major congressional Democratic candidates […]

Image courtesy of Jonathan Fulford Democratic Hopeful holds Bangor meeting with potential voters. by Ryan Mains (Bangor, Maine)- As the 2018 midterms grows closer, the list of Democrat candidates hoping to take on incumbent Republican […]

Husson Snow Day

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 […]

Husson Spectator By Charles J Paulin BANGOR, Maine–The White Gallery, located in the campus center at Husson University, is one of campus’ oft-overlooked locations. Kathi Smith, who oversees and manages the small on-campus gallery, says […]

Paige Rollins Husson Spectator April 25, 2017 BANGOR –  The Apple Watch 2 was released on September 16, 2016, which makes it almost a year old now.  Being the exercise and tech junky that I am, […]

By Natalie Scott BANGOR, ME- Earth Day fell on Friday, the 21st of April this year. To celebrate Mother Earth and protect our planet, Husson University held various events on campus to get students to […]

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