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Wednesday November 21, 2018

Kimberly Carter

is an English student at the University of Maine at Augusta with an expected graduation in December 2016. She is also involved in many other activities on campus including working as a representative in the Student Government, tutoring in the Writing Center, playing the guitar and singing at campus events, speaking at academic presentations, and giving campus tours.

  • photo College Connection - Monday Aug 10, 2015 | 5:47 pm

    How student government team building benefits a campus

    I’ve always enjoyed being part of a team, and this past weekend was no exception. As a member of the Student Government Association at the University of Maine at Augusta, I’m allowed to be a part of a group of people working to serve our fellow students. The SGA is an organization that works as the voice of students on campus, and this past weekend we learned how to more […]

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  • Education - Tuesday Jun 30, 2015 | 10:00 am

    Mad Max: Fury Road—A Review

    When one thinks of post-apocalyptic car chases, sex slaves, and heavy metal one hardly ever thinks about feminism unless one is planning a feminist rant against one or several of those things. However, the new Mad Max film, the fourth installment in the Australian movie series, somehow includes all three of those things while passing the Bechdel test with flying colors. Mad Max: Fury Road weaves strong female characters effortlessly betwixt […]

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  • College Connection - Wednesday May 20, 2015 | 1:00 pm

    Giving Mainers food security, healthy options

    Sometimes, things just feel right, even if that thing is a drastic life change. At the beginning of this year, Tina Bonsant made a drastic change. She left her job of 20 years with the state government to embark on a journey of growth. Food growth, that is. Tina saw a need that she wanted to meet in her community. As she says, “Food is a right, not a privilege.” After […]

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