In Focus: Graduation, Stephen King and juggling

Posted May 13, 2013, at 9:53 a.m.
Husson University held its 114th Commencement off-campus, a first in the school's history, Saturday, May 11, 2013, at the Bangor Auditorium in Bangor. Husson also marked the day by graduating the first class of students from its School of Pharmacy, the first of any university or college in Maine.
Michael York
Husson University held its 114th Commencement off-campus, a first in the school's history, Saturday, May 11, 2013, at the Bangor Auditorium in Bangor. Husson also marked the day by graduating the first class of students from its School of Pharmacy, the first of any university or college in Maine. Buy Photo
Students of the University of Maine attend the 2013 graduation ceremony at Alfond Arena in Orono Saturday, May 11, 2013.
Students of the University of Maine attend the 2013 graduation ceremony at Alfond Arena in Orono Saturday, May 11, 2013. Buy Photo
Stephen King signs autographs Saturday at Books-A-Million in South Portland. King was on hand for a book signing and reading by his son, Joe Hill.
Stephen King signs autographs Saturday at Books-A-Million in South Portland. King was on hand for a book signing and reading by his son, Joe Hill. Buy Photo
Husson University unveiled a new statue on campus during a ceremony on Thursday, May 9, 2013. South Korean sculptor Hwang Seung Woo created the sculpture titled &quotLay Down Like Grass." Several Husson graduates from South Korea returned to campus to unveil the sculpture with university President Robert A. Clark.
Carter F. McCall | BDN
Husson University unveiled a new statue on campus during a ceremony on Thursday, May 9, 2013. South Korean sculptor Hwang Seung Woo created the sculpture titled "Lay Down Like Grass." Several Husson graduates from South Korea returned to campus to unveil the sculpture with university President Robert A. Clark. Buy Photo
Zachary Field juggles a variety of items during a skit portraying a regular guy who is juggling life's responsibilities when his mom breaks a hip. The skit, which was presented by the Brewer nonprofit Food AND Medicine, represented the stresses that many families face when a loved one needs intensive care in the home and also the need for more support for the workers giving the care. The gathering at Peirce Park in Bangor celebrated caregiving on Thursday morning where the group called on Maine senators to create a comprehensive solution to the growing long-term care needs of patients and their families.
Linda Coan O'Kresik | BDN
Zachary Field juggles a variety of items during a skit portraying a regular guy who is juggling life's responsibilities when his mom breaks a hip. The skit, which was presented by the Brewer nonprofit Food AND Medicine, represented the stresses that many families face when a loved one needs intensive care in the home and also the need for more support for the workers giving the care. The gathering at Peirce Park in Bangor celebrated caregiving on Thursday morning where the group called on Maine senators to create a comprehensive solution to the growing long-term care needs of patients and their families. Buy Photo

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