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[Daily Pioneer] - Aradhana Dwivedi of St Thomas College, Bhilai, clinched the title of solo classical dance competition and GDBGPGC (Autonomous), Raipur, has been adjudged as winner of group dance competition. Bagging one more title for GDBGPGC (autonomous)
[Bangor Daily News] - Kassie Stevens Zeigler (D), all agree on one point: We need King in the U.S. Senate. Sen. Elizabeth M. Schneider, D-Orono, represents District 30. Hon. James Libby is associate professor of the Department of Business Administration at Thomas College.
[Bizjournals.com] - He has a bachelor's degree from State University of New York in Buffalo and an MBA from Thomas College in Waterville, Maine. Sorel is the second state commissioner to leave for the private sector in the last week. Mark Phillips resigned as commissioner
[Ceylon Daily News] - A match bag of 6 for 36 by Rashan Fernando helped Prince of Wales' College to beat formidable St. Thomas College, Mt Lavinia by 54 runs in their inter-school under 13 division two tournament cricket match worked off at Mt Lavinia and conducted by Sri
[Bangor Daily News] - Emily Shaw is an assistant professor of political science at Thomas College in Waterville where she focuses on state and local politics. She is a member of the Maine Regional Network, part of the Scholars Strategy Network, which brings together
[Kennebec Journal] - The Thomas College men's soccer team defeated Husson 3-0 on Saturday night to win the North Atlantic Conference title. "It feels great," Thomas forward Kenny Cano said. "Coming together as a team, we worked hard from day one, and hard work pays off."
[WCSH-TV] - FALMOUTH, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Students at Falmouth High School, Falmouth Middle School, Waterville High School, and Thomas College are joining forces and shooting some hoops to raise money for victims of domestic violence. It all began as a
[Kennebec Journal] - Thomas College will host Maine Maritime Academy in a North Atlantic Conference men's soccer semifinal at 7 tonight. The Terriers earned the No. 1 seed by going in the conference during the regular season and are now overall. Thomas has
[Sunday Leader] - S. Thomas' College Mount Lavinia with a star studded line up arehoping that their senior players would deliver the goods in thecurrent inter school under 19 cricket season. The team is packed with seven top senior coloursmen and several otherpromising
[Kennebec Journal] - CONTRIBUTING: Maranacook Community School graduate Dakota Duplissie has helped the Thomas College men's soccer team to a record in the North Altnatic Conference this season. Duplissie has six goals and six assists. Contributed photo
[Kennebec Journal] - Finalists are Charles Collins, a Thomas College graduate who leads a statewide education program; Richard Hopper, who has overseen academic programs in Switzerland and the Kyrgyz Republic; and William Nevious, the former president of an arts school.
[Morning Sentinel] - WATERVILLE -- A Thomas College representative will visit Rangeley Lakes Regional School at 9:30 a.m. and Mount Abram Regional High School in Salem Township at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Oct The representative will meet with students to discuss the
[Morning Sentinel] - Three days after an upset loss to Thomas College, the University of Maine at Farmington posted its biggest field hockey win of the fall, a 4-1 victory Saturday over a Husson team that was unbeaten in North Atlantic Conference play heading into the game.
[Kennebec Journal] - KICK SAVE: Skowhegan's Brooke Michonski, left, takes a shot on Belfast goalie Julia Ward, right, during a Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference championship game Thursday at Thomas College. Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans. click image to enlarge
[Morning Sentinel] - Both candidates were invited to the event hosted by the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce at Thomas College. About 30 people attended the forum, which was billed as an opportunity to delve into the candidates' positions on matters of importance to the
[Kennebec Journal] - WATERVILLE -- Lawrence turned in a stellar defensive effort and upset Messalonskee 3-0 in an Eastern Maine Class A boys soccer preliminary game Saturday afternoon at Thomas College. click image to enlarge. UP AND OVER: Lawrence's Zach Blomerth
[Kennebec Journal] - REASON TO SHOUT: Hall-Dale High School celebrates after beating Waynflete in the Western Maine Class C boys soccer championship game Thurday at Thomas College in Waterville. The Bulldogs won 1-0, beating the Flyers in a penalty kick shootout.
[Kennebec Journal] - Messalonskee defeated Lawrence, 6-0 in an Eastern A semifinal Saturday afternoon at Thomas College. Combined with Skowhegan's victory over Mt. Ararat, that means Messalonskee will face Skowhegan in the regional final for the fifth consecutive year.
[Kennebec Journal] - READY TO GO: Hall-Dale's Zac Plummer, left, and the Bulldogs will face Waynflete in the Western Maine Class C regional final at 3 p.m. Thursday at Thomas College in Waterville. Staff photo by Joe Phelan. Select images available for purchase in the
[Beach Carolina Magazine] - BRANNAN LAHODA CofC Athletics Communications. Anthony Thomas - College of Charleston Men's Basketball. Anthony Thomas College of Charleston Men's Basketball. It's not an unusual story. Star basketball player commits to play at a Division I school.
[Sunday Observer] - S. Thomas' College, Mount Lavinia beat Royal College, Colombo for the first time after seven years to win the E.F.C. Pereira Challenge Trophy in the annual tennis encounter, which was played at the S. Thomas' College hard court, Mount Lavinia yesterday.
[Press Herald] - USM has scored five goals in the 12 games, which includes a 3-2 overtime win over Thomas College. Freshman Marissa Temple (Grafton, Mass.) started the season in goal and has showed uncommon poise in this tough season. Cobb, from Lewiston, could
[The Forecaster] - 1 Hall-Dale in a game played on the turf at Thomas College and many expected two prolific offenses to steal the show, but instead, the Bulldogs, who scored over 100 goals this fall, could barely generate any type of attack, while the Flyers had foray