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Articles include: Goal, Lorenz! UMaine's Women's Hockey Star; Too Much Mercury: UMaine Researchers Have Been Warning About Mercury Concentrations in Maine Waters for Decades; Lighting 'The Lion King': UMaine Forestry Graduate Don Holder '80 Makes It to the Big Time as the Lighting Designer For One of Broadway's Biggest Hits; Forcing Diversity Issues to the Forefront: An Ugly Racial Incident Leads to a UMaine Community Discussion on Making the Campus More Inviting for People of Color; and Supreme Justice: A Profile of Maine's Newest State Supreme Court Justice, Leigh Ingalls Saufley '76.

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alumni, University of Maine, sports, water quality, theater, African Americans, student life, law

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Higher Education | History

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Maine, Volume 79, Number 1, Spring 1998

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