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UMaine Fraternities Clean House: Three Greek Organizations Are Reinstated With a New Commitment To Their Original Ideals --- The Mystic, the Skeptic, and the Academic: UMaine Professor Kyriacos Markides Rediscovers the Mysticism in His Native Cyprus --- Downsizing for the '90s: Three Years of Budget Cuts --- Determined To Be Independent: A Tragic Football Accident Left Sportswriter Bob McPhee '84 a Quadriplegic, But It Didn't Stop Him From Achieving His Goals


alumni, University of Maine, budget, fraternities, sports, Bob McPhee


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Maine, Volume 73, Number 1, Winter 1992



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