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Keith Luhmann’s One Steining Moment: Homecoming 2013

In a year missing two of the cornerstone Stein Fillers, Messrs MacLeod and Jenkins (but thankfully including a lesser yet still more flexible cardboard version of the former), there was a plethora of new faces and a different feel to this year’s event. Call it a “kinder, gentler Homecoming,” devoid of much of the  boisterousness and hoopla that marked our […]

Jon Jenkins’ One Steining Moment: Homecoming 2013

It all started like any other Homecoming weekend.  Up early grabbing the groceries.  Setting up of our ever-growing tailgating compound.  Early morning imbibing while the wives hit up the craft fair.  Covert drinking during the first half of the football game (in direct violation of the 2013 Maine Football Tailgating Guidelines). Then things took a […]

Matt Grondin’s One Steining Moment: Homecoming 2013

Over the course of this week, and in the spirit of the uber-cheesy music montage that concludes CBS’s annual coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, each of your Fill The Steins contributors will be sharing their “One Shining Moment” from Homecoming 2013.  This could be anything from running into an old college buddy at the […]

Adam Henckler’s One Steining Moment: Homecoming 2013

The words “memories” and “homecoming” rarely went hand-in-hand during my days up at Orono; actually that was probably true for most weekends during my four years. Time has gone by, things have changed, but homecoming still remains the lone weekend each year when uttering the phrase “are three 30-racks of Miller Lite enough” still seems […]

Brian MacLeod’s One Steining Moment: Homecoming 2013

Over the next five days, in the spirit of the uber-cheesy music montage that concludes CBS’s annual coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, each of your Fill The Steins contributors will be sharing their “One Shining Moment” from Homecoming 2013.  This could be anything from running into an old college buddy at the football tailgate, […]

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