Enroll for Summer Session Now!

SummerSession300x225Yesterday we were excited to announce our brand new distribution agreement with the Bangor Daily News, helping us expand Fill The Steins to an even bigger audience. Today we follow that up with another big announcement that both long time followers and those new to Fill The Steins will enjoy.

Every Wednesday during the summer we will be revisiting our best interviews and articles from the past school year in a series we like to call Summer Session.

We have been privileged enough to speak with some of the most famous names from the University of Maine and the rest of the state over the last 10 months.

From the Hollywood types like Timothy Simons, to Broadway stars like Merritt David Janes and Don Holder, to comedy legends like Bob Marley; we have had our fair share of those in the entertainment industry. When it comes to sports we had a chance to speak with former star athletes like Ashley Underwood, Todd Jackson, and Jeremy Kelley showing that Black Bears can make an impact in professional sports too. And of course we love to talk politics at Fill The Steins so we sat down with Governor Paul LePage, Representative Mike Michaud, Eliot Cutler, and Matthew Gagnon over the last few months.

While many media outlets can offer interviews for some or all of these people, Fill The Steins’ unique approach to asking the less-common questions and getting to know our guests clearly sets us apart. From what dormitory they may have lived in at Orono to unique talents they may have to how they like to fill the steins; you’ll get all the standard questions answered and a whole lot more.

So whether you slept through one of these previous articles or you are a “transfer student” and just joining us, make sure to check back with Fill The Steins every Wednesday all summer long for our Summer Session series. We kick things off tomorrow (June 4th) with our close personal friend, star of HBO’s hit series VEEP, countless commercials, and movies; none other than the dashing Mr. Timothy Simons.

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