Vortex Snowmobile Tank

Vortex Snowmobile Tank

There has been extremely cold weather with big snowfall this year, which has certainly caused a lot of troubles for commuting to school. Thanks a lot to school workers who always get rid of lots of snow from the roads and parking in time. They even need to work in the wee hours of the morning and evening for everyone’s convenience. Continue reading “Vortex Snowmobile Tank”

Good Future Pathway

Not decided on a major yet? Data estimate that 30 percent of Maine’s teachers are eligible to retire in the next five years, and more than 70 physical education teaching positions will be available.

Facing the future shortage, the University of Maine at Presque Isle is providing a couple of different options in the physical education program to support all people who are interesting in the physical area: non-teaching careers in fitness, wellness and even recreation. Also, the physical education program prepares for future careers’ direction: physical education teacher, health educator, personal trainer, community recreation specialist and wellness coach. Adding the minor in physical education is also another option that is good for making your resume stand out from the crowd. Continue reading “Good Future Pathway”

News School Car Is Coming

     Good News!  UMPI bought a new school minivan. Time is too precious to waste. Time can decide the death and life of cancer patients.  Also, time is money for people in business. A few minutes will make people in business lose money, and a few minutes will make people miss an airplane. What UMPI did for time management is to provide a high performance and energy-efficient school car. The car can deliver students or staff members to any place they want to go faster, safer and more comfortably than a standard vehicle. Maybe an old vehicle carries students to the airport in 15 minutes. Now the new car only needs half that time! Continue reading “News School Car Is Coming”

UMPI Sports Star

UMPI basketball player Kristijan Gavrilovs

   At UMPI you can always see students who are busy shuttling between the classroom, library and gymnasium as they pursue knowledge with hope. Kristijan Gavrilovski is one of them. KG is a 22-year-old senior transfer from Central Community College in Columbus, Neb., and now in the business administration program at UMPI. Continue reading “UMPI Sports Star”

Harder, Stronger, Better

A lot of people are watching the UMPI vs FISHER soccer game.

The 2017 UMPI men’s soccer team has a lot of young, new players.  On Sunday, Sept. 17, the team started the game with five freshmen, again. During the previous three games, the players had been becoming familiar with the college game.  They had learned and practiced. For this match, they put in a full performance, the kind that all fans want to see every game.   The men won the game against Fisher with a score of 1 to 0. Continue reading “Harder, Stronger, Better”

Free to Travel Around the World

By now many of you should know that Dr. J, Jacquelyn Lowman, is hiking now. She has started her Appalachian Trail adventure. But actually, the real plan is not just hiking the Appalachian Trail, it is to both hike the Appalachian Trail and travel/ hike around the world. She came up with this plan in her mind last year and is now preparing stuff and plotting out a route. Continue reading “Free to Travel Around the World”