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UMaine Today Magazine 

November / December 2004 Features:

Following Lynx
Following Lynx

Angela Fuller has spent two winters tracking the threatened wildcat in an attempt to learn more about the habitat it needs to survive.

 
Trust on the Line
Trust on the Line

Trust is what we do everyday. What we don't do enough, says UMaine philosopher Jessica Miller, is stop to understand the basis for the complex emotional attitude that we use to interpret people and situations.

 
Remains of the Day
Remains of the Day

Marine archaeologist Warren Riess has been exploring and documenting shipwrecks for three decades. He recovers historical data like evidence of advances in shipbuilding technology to paint a clearer picture of early-American merchant trade.

 
I Spy
I Spy

Legal scholars and technology analysts are scrambling to find a balance between ownership of one's personal data and high-tech information-gathering capabilities. Privacy and an effective marketplace are at stake.

 
Finding Adam
Finding Adam

For centuries, the identity of the scribe who worked for Geoffrey Chaucer and who wrote the earliest existing version of The Canterbury Tales has remained a mystery. Until now.

 
Beauty Secrets
Beauty Secrets

In Maine, there's a movement to Turn Beauty Inside Out. As a result, teens are learning a new definition of beauty: good hearts, great works and activism.

UMaine Today
Creativity and Achievement at the University of Maine
Volume 4 Issue 5

 

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