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Hail to the Chief
Peter Forman '80 puts his government major to work as the acting chief of staff for Massachusetts Gov. Jane Swift.

Life of the Party
John Brockleman '92's political party.


Melvin Lyon '52
Curious Behavior

Marjeanne Banks Vacco '62
Challenge Match

Karen Craft '77
No Place Like Home

Alicia M. Rodriguez-Connolly '78

Mary Schwalm '99
Down to the Wire

Kyle Garry '00

Newsmakers &


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Earle G. Shettleworth Jr. '70 is co-author of Fly Rod Crosby: The Woman Who Marketed Maine (Tilbury House, Gardiner, Maine), the story of Cornelia Thurza Crosby (1854-1946), whose newspaper column chronicled her hunting and fishing exploits in Maine's wilderness for nearly 30 years. Issued the first Maine Guide license in 1897, she also toured the Northeast promoting Maine at various sportsmen's expositions * Vaccines are valuable in preventing disease before antibiotics are needed, said Frank J. Malinoski '76, assistant vice president, clinical affairs, vaccines, at Wyeth-Lederle Vaccines in Radnor, Pa. Interviewed in Product Management Today, Malinoski said today's vaccines are a key weapon in the fight against infectious disease.


Deaths: Francis S. Merritt H '71, December 27, 2000, in Belfast, Maine, at 83   ;   Reginald G. Blaxton '74, March 11, 2001, in Washington, D.C., at 48.



Impossible Image: Eating disorders can develop when societal pressures overwhelm students
The World of David Patrick Columbia
Indomitable Subtext: In the life of Hanna Roisman, the Holocaust is an ever-present undercurrent
September 11: Words Are All We Have


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