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Articles include: 'No Human Can Do It All': An Interview with UM President Dale W. Lick; Ouch! The Budget Cuts Hurt, but UM Leaders Are Still Optimistic; Frozen Secrets: UMaine Researchers Test a New Theory That Could Greatly Improve Climate Prediction; Are We Any Closer To the Goal? (equality in men's and women's athletics); Freed at Last! After 44 Months of Captivity, UMaine Graduate Frank Reed Comes Home; King of the Elves: Inventor, Entrepreneur Doug Hall Thinks Fun and Success Go Hand In Hand; and The Power of Roots: The First Native American Graduate from Maine (Eunice Baumann-Nelson '39) Believes Her Ancestors Can Teach Us a Great Deal About Caring for the Earth.
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University of Maine Alumni Association, "Maine, Volume 71, Number 2, Spring/Summer 1990" (1990). University of Maine Alumni Magazines. 369.
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