Traditions run deep on the Biddeford Campus. From the ringing of the UNE bell during an autumn sunset over the Saco River on First Night, to the Spring Concert before the end of the school year, events on campus mark the passage of time and lend a sense of continuity and community to life at UNE.
Welcome Week, Family and Friends' Weekend, and the 50-plus year tradition of a faculty- and staff-served Thanksgiving Dinner for the students are a few of the events you can look forward to in the first semester. In the spring, you’ll have a blast in at the annual Doc Samuel’s Variety Show, in which faculty, staff and students take to the stage with their talents; and the Spring Semi-formal Dance ocurring at an undisclosed location off campus.
Wabanaki Basketmaking Traditions Under Threat? Art, Culture, and the Future of Maine Indian Basketmaking
Lecture Series Donna M. Loring Lecture Series
Pam Outdusis Cunningham, Geo Neptune, Jennifer Neptune, Sarah Sockbeson, Darren Ranco
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