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UMaine Today Magazine 

December 2001 / January 2002 Features:

Stephen King on the '60s
Stephen King on the '60s

The famous author reflects on his four years as a UMaine student in the late 1960s and the evolution of his politics, from those of a clean-cut young Republican from a small southern Maine town to those of a long-haired anti-war protester and campus activist.

 
Seeing the Forest for the Trees
Seeing the Forest for the Trees

For nearly a quarter-century, Steve Sader has used remote sensing technology to monitor the condition and extent of temperate forests in the United States and tropical forests in Central America.

 
For Love of Language
For Love of Language

As a poet, professor and publisher, Constance Hunting makes her distinctive mark on the literary world. 

 
Landscapes of the Soul
Landscapes of the Soul

For Michael H. Lewis, land, sea and sky have multiple levels of meaning. In his art, he engages the mysterious and gives shape to the unknown.

 
The Camera Never Blinks
The Camera Never Blinks

UMaine researchers in the Department of Spatial Information Science and Engineering are developing technology that could automatically, instantly analyze security video and immediately alert authorities to safety concerns.

 
The Golden Era of Smuggling
The Golden Era of Smuggling

In the years before, during and after the War of 1812, smuggling was a way of life. In North America, no place did it better than Maine communities on the shore of Passamaquoddy Bay.

 
The Need for Nutrition
The Need for Nutrition

Every July and August, University of Maine Cooperative Extension Nutrition Aide Christine Finemore provides nutrition education to the children of migrant workers in Maine.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 1 Issue 2

 

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