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Local Livelihoods

Our community is comprised of many different people with diverse skills and passions who wake up every day driven to do their jobs. Without any one of them, the fabric of Southern Maine would be altered. Please click on their names to discover interviews the Carpe Diem staff conducted so that we could celebrate the […]

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The Story Behind Your Lobster Dinner

By Senior Andrew Goulden. I’m a 17 year old lobsterman of the coast of Kennebunkport, Maine. I have almost 900 hours logged towards a commercial lobstering license which I hope to have by when I turn 18 in September. It will cost me  $603 a year to be licensed in Maine. I have been lobstering […]

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Guide to a Tasty Meal

Submitted to Carpe Diem by Senior Paige Lawlor “Cooking is Love made Visible.” Looking for a way to thank your family for shepherding you to graduation? Why not cook them up some comfort food and enjoy a surprise dinner together? Click on the link below to see tips on making my favorite home-made meal: Shepherd’s […]

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The Brains Behind the New App Trio

CLICK HERE to CHECK OUT THE LIVE, UNEDITED VIDEO INTERVIEW 3/10/15 -Jacob Buttarazzi Interviews Misha Leybovich, CEO of Meograph about his recently released App TRIO.  Leybovich has been working with co-founder and CTO Clay Garrett on the Trio app for a year. The new app launched Wednesday March 4th and is now available to YOU! Leybovich reached out […]

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2014 Elections-First Time Voters

Often, mock elections are an early indicator of how eligible voters will cast their ballots. This year was no exception. See results of student elections here: The only race in which students predicted a winner differently than the actual election outcome was in the race for U.S. House District 2 between Emily Ann Cain (D) and Bruce […]

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