Kelsey Dubois

Stories from Kelsey Dubois

10 March 2012

FORT KENT- With the support of the University of Maine at Fort Kent, over 30 students and faculty members are diligently working to reach their health and fitness goals. The students are participants in a “Health Challenge” which Student Activities is sponsoring.

2 February 2012

FORT KENT - The University of Maine at Fort Kent is participating in the 2012 RecycleMania Tournament, but the competition is more than just about keeping the university's classrooms, hallways, and dormitories clean. It's about winning national recognition.

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9 December 2011

FORT KENT - At the bustling intersection of East Main Street and Market Street in Fort Kent stands a quiet safe haven for pregnant women and young mothers in need.

7 December 2011

FORT KENT - Piano notes echoed through Cyr Hall on Sunday afternoon as world-class musician Dr. Jenny Cruz performed an hour-long recital in Fox Auditorium. As her fingers danced across the piano's ivory keys, a crowd of over 50 people watched and listened in adoration.

26 November 2011

ST. JOHN VALLEY - Living in the Valley has many benefits that those of us who are born and raised in northern Maine sometimes take for granted. Quiet communities, peaceful mornings, beautiful scenery, and true neighborly kindness are just a few of the wonderful perks of living in the St. John Valley.

11 November 2011

FORT KENT - An apprehensive audience crowded into the Bengal's Lair at the University of Maine at Fort Kent on Thursday night, November 3 to listen to Associate Professor of Math and Business Roger Roy deliver what would become his most notorious lecture of the semester. With standing room only, the comedic professor, over the course fo the next hour, extracted giggles and gasps from the students present.

1 November 2011

FORT KENT - As enrollment grows and student variety increases at the University of Maine at Fort Kent, UMFK Accessibility Coordinator Shawn Graham is working toward increasing awareness about the need for equitable access on campus.

25 October 2011

JIGSAW: FALL TRACKS - This week’s digital jigsaw puzzle captures the railroad tracks near Market Street in Fort Kent. Note the old glove on one of the timbers. - Kelsey Dubois image

To solve this puzzle, click on this LINK or the image shown here.

24 October 2011

FORT KENT - This Saturday, October 29, the Medieval Club will be sponsoring a fun and exciting afternoon of historical lessons. The agenda includes a free-admission demonstrations and lessons which the club members will give, followed by a 1650s-based harvest feast.

Student Mira Michaud and Professor of Anthropology and Sociology Mariella Squire head the Medieval Club at the University of Maine at Fort Kent.

18 October 2011

FORT KENT - On Thursday, October 6, the Kappa Delta Phi fraternity at University of Maine at Fort Kent handed a check to Lucas Levesque, for a scholarship in memory of his son, Dylan Levesque.

12 October 2011

ST. JOHN VALLEY - In less than a week, the Maine Press Association will induct the County's own Beurmond Banville into the MPA Hall of Fame after 36 years of news reporting for the Bangor Daily News. MPA organizers will hold the induction ceremony, a part of the annual MPA Fall Conference, Saturday, October 15, at Point Lookout in Northport.

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5 October 2011

FORT KENT - Members of University of Maine at Fort Kent's Photography Club took these photos. This is the first installment of a weekly update of the club's photographs. To purchase prints or find out more information on the club, contact John Metz.


5 October 2011

FORT KENT - On Thursday afternoon, several University of Maine at Fort Kent students received an email requesting personal information about their MaineStreet accounts. Luckily, UMFK's Information Technology staff caught the scam before any students gave away their passwords to the service the entire university uses to provide information, resources and tools for staff, faculty and students.

27 September 2011

FORT KENT - A new club, which has become one of the largest clubs on the UMFK campus, is open to amateur and professional photographers from both the university and the surrounding community.

As the sun set on Thursday evening, over twenty-five University of Maine at Fort Kent students and community members gathered in the Bengal's Lair for the semester's first Photography Club meeting.

26 September 2011

FORT KENT - A cheerful audience lined both sides of Main Street on Saturday, September 17, handing out monetary donations and nonperishable foods to the members of Kappa Delta Phi and Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority as the students marched in the Scarecrow and Homecoming Parade. The University of Maine at Fort Kent students greeted the onlookers and expressed their interest in helping the community's food pantry.