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Special Report: UMaine alumni and campus affected by September 11 --- Breath Test Research Takes on New Relevance --- UMaine scientists are working on a test that could work as a triage device in a bioterrorist attack --- A Day Fit For a King: UMaine celebrates its most famous graduate --- Toward a More Holistic Approach to the Middle East: UMaine political science professor Bahman Baktiari looks to foreign policy changes after the war on terrorism --- A Tribute to Coach Shawn Walsh --- Walking in Space: Twenty-seven-year-old alumna Bridget Ziegelaar Johnson '96 coordinates NASA's extra vehicular activities for the space shuttle --- Reporting the Stories Behind the Headlines: National Public Radio correspondent Brian Naylor '79 --- Cracking the Glass Ceiling: Hollings Cancer Center director Dr. Carolyn Reed '72 is one of a small number of female thoracic surgeons in the United States


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Maine, Volume 82, Number 3, Fall 2001



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