UMPI Student Margaret Dickinson enjoying her
Glitter Globe Creation

     How would you celebrate the film “Baby Driver”?  The University of Maine at Presque Isle’s Student Activities Office thought that a perfect way was to teach people to make a car glitter globe.  A number of people agreed.  On Monday, Sept. 18, 15-20 individuals came to the Owl’s Nest to make glitter globes and get in the mood for the film, shown Sept. 22. Continue reading “”

Giving Back and Saving Lives with Every Pint of Blood Donated

Photo taken by student Carly Bell of UMPI Student Ethan Dube donating blood

      With the recent hurricanes and tropical storms that have left parts of the southern United States devastated, you may be asking yourself, How can I help or what I can do? The University of Maine at Presque Isle Red Cross Club had that answer: come on down to a local blood drive and donate. As UMPI hosted a blood drive on Sept. 20, the UMPI Red Cross Club was hard at work, helping Red Cross employees in the blood donation process. With a goal of 56 pints of blood for collection, the Red Cross club saw students and community members from all walks of life there at the blood drive to give back and donate. Continue reading “Giving Back and Saving Lives with Every Pint of Blood Donated”