Margaret Nagle, Executive Editor
University of Maine
The Maine Perspective, a publication for the University of Maine, was a campus newsletter produced by the Department of Public Affairs which eventually transformed into the Division of Marketing and Communication. Regular columns included the UM Calendar, a list of ongoing activities and events, "Campus Notes," "From the Library," and job listings as well as feature stories. Headlines from this issue of Maine Perspective include: Cuts in Programs for Preschoolers Aren't Just Kids' Stuff Anymore; Daycare A Family Matter for the State; UM Tradition Could End with Loss of Prism; and In Antarctica UM's Extensive History of Research Continues.
Department of Public Affairs, University of Maine; Adams, Melissa; Dineen, Kimberly; Gaede, Kathleen; Wilkerson, Scott; and Smith, David C., "Maine Perspective, v 2, i 33" (1991). General University of Maine Publications. 1716.
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