Matt Grondin

Check out the Highs and Lows of UMaine Homecoming 2014

Thousands of Black Bears descended on Orono this past weekend to celebrate Homecoming at the University of Maine and when it was all said and done there were a fair share of highs and lows from the events. Whether it was on the sporting fields or in the parking lots scattered across campus, the story lines varied greatly and we have done our best to put them all together. Accompanied by our official #RiseAndStein Tailgate Album, we present to you our best and worst of Homecoming Weekend 2014.

The Final Countdown

It’s the home stretch to UMaine Homecoming, and Fill The Steins hopes to see you there!

FTS Tailgating DOs and DON’Ts

Fill The Steins gives its DOs and DON’Ts for your Black Bear Homecoming tailgate. Because information is power.

FTS Top 10 Reasons to be Excited for 2014 UMaine Homecoming

An annual tradition – certainly unlike any other – is Fill The Steins’ Top 10 Reasons to be Excited for UMaine Homecoming.

FTS Remembers Bruce Glasier

Fill The Steins remembers Bruce Glasier of WCSH Sports, who passed away at the age of 69.

FTS Preview: 2014-15 Collins Center for the Arts

Fill The Steins explores the highlights of the 2014-15 calendar at the Collins Center for the Arts, from A to Boz.

Fall 2014 at the UMaine School of Performing Arts

Fill The Steins takes a look at some of the coming highlights of the University of Maine’s School of Performing Arts’ Fall 2014 schedule.

An Ode to Back to School

Fill The Steins takes a poetic turn, wishing UMaine’s students well, as they return to campus.

UMaine Memorabilia: Autographed Mike Bordick Hat

Fill The Steins takes a trip down memory lane, and looks at a particular piece of baseball memorabilia from UMaine alum and Major Leaguer Mike Bordick.

UMaine Memorabilia: The 1993 Hockey Coke Bottle

Fill The Steins takes a trip down memory lane to 1993, when UMaine Hockey was the center of our world, and Coca Cola issued a very special commemorative bottle, just for us.

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