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Articles include: Could This Be the Year? Eighteen-Year-Old Wonder Paul Kariya Hopes To Provide Maine Hockey the Boost It Needs To Go All the Way; Campus at Risk: How Concerned and Informed are UMaine Students About AIDS?; When You're Lighter Than Air (featuring Ruth Ludwig '78, editor of Ballooning magazine); Lasers, Stock Cars & a High Tech Crystal Ball: a Profile of Chemical Physicist and 'High-Tech Astrologer' George Hart; Talking Trade: Economist Peter Morici Gives His Views on Free Trade, the Maine Economy, and the Policies of the Clinton Administration.

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alumni, research, public health, sports, hockey, hot air ballooning, trade policy

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Higher Education | History

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Maine, Volume 74, Number 1, Winter 1993

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