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Lindsey Moran







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In the middle of the University of Maine mall sits Little Hall, named after the president of UMaine from 1922-1925 and founder of Bar Harbor’s Jackson Laboratory, Clarence C. Little. The building is home to the departments of Psychology, Modern Languages and Classics, as well as the Franco-American Studies Program. Little Hallsees droves of students every year dedicated to furthering UMaine’s mission to improve the quality oflife for people in Maine and around the world.


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A little hall with a big, complicated history



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