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Articles include: The Maine Campus Survives a Financial Crisis: Editor Penny Morton '01 and her staff worked hard to get the paper out of the red; 'An Amazing Teacher': A profile of 2001 Distinguished Maine Professor Keith Hutchinson; A Drummer's Journey: After overcoming drug and alcohol problems, percussion master Mike Bennett '93 is making the most of his abilities and opportunities; He Quietly Paved the Way for Black Men at UMaine: Herbert Heughan '40 overcame racial barriers at UMaine to become a highly respected college professor; Wherever the Wind Blows: Dan Pease '82 is owner and captain of the historic ship, the Lewis R. French; Capturing the Heartbreak and Humor of War: A review of a new work of fiction by Vietnam veteran Susan O'Neill '84; and He Put UMaine of the Map: Remembering Rudy Vallee '25 on the 100th anniversary of his birth.

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alumni magazines, University of Maine, news, events, African Americans, Alumni Association

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Higher Education | History

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Maine, Volume 82, Number 2, Summer 2001

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