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Wednesday, 16 August 2017 11:46

What’s gracing the Gracie

Previewing the Gracie Theatre’s 2017-2018 season

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BANGOR – Some beloved big band music is coming to Bangor courtesy of the Glenn Miller Orchestra. The world-famous orchestra will be playing at Husson University's Gracie Theatre on Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. 

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BANGOR – An elite panel of five area business and economic leaders with insight into Maine’s growing craft beer industry will participate in “More Than Just Beer: How the Brewing Industry Impacts the State of Maine,” a panel discussion at the Richard E. Dyke Center for Family Business on Thursday, April 27 at 3 p.m. Following the event, attendees are encouraged to stop by Nocturnem for a "Networking Happy Hour" with available members of the panel.

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BANGORSince October of 2015, Husson University has been the site of an extensive pilot program with the Peace of Mind Company to test a keychain-sized, POM personal security device that calls campus safety and security with the touch of a button. On May 17, the University announced, after thoroughly testing the device, that it is making this technology available to all members of the university community who are interested in subscribing to this annual service.

Published in Livin'

BANGOR Have you ever wondered what it would be like to host your own television show? Five journalism students at the New England School of Communications (NESCom) found out when they hosted 'The Maine Report,' a public affairs program recorded at Husson University's broadcast-quality television studio.

'Being involved in this project forced me to step outside of my comfort zone,' said Nicole Duplessis, a NESCom journalism student from Van Buren, Maine. 'Researching and hosting a television show instilled a new sense of confidence in me that I never really had before.'

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BANGOR - While most people will be avoiding black cats, walking under ladders or stepping on cracks on Friday the 13th of April, the Husson University student run theater group will be engrossing itself in superstition as it prepares for its three-day performance of 'Dracula' at the Gracie Theatre on campus.

The play is being director by senior Christine White.

"One of my biggest things going into this performance is knowing that people know the character Dracula, but they don't know the context at all," explained White. "This is a great opportunity to get a little of the back story out there."

The theater group, which is made up of students from both Husson University and The New England School of Communications, has been rehearsing its lines for this blood-sucking vampire classic since January.

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