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    Exploring Acadia: Our Best Classroom
    The COA George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History is completely transformed for the Acadia National Park Centennial, with exhibits showcasing the historic and contemporary collaboration of the park and the college.
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    Where Mountains Meet the Sea: June LaCombe SCULPTURE
    Acadia’s granite cliffs with vistas across Frenchman Bay serve as the powerful inspiration for an Acadia National Park Centennial sculpture exhibition featuring alumnus Miles Chapin ’10. The exhibit kicks off with an opening night celebration at The Turrets.

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    The Ethics of Tide Pools: A Student Museum Exhibit
    Tyler Prest ’16 worked with Acadia National Park to create an exhibit in the COA George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History exploring the ethical dilemmas of managing the intertidal zone. His work is part of the museum’s new Acadia National Park Centennial exhibit, “Exploring Acadia: Our Best Classroom.”

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    The Human Ecology of Fatherhood
    Fatherhood is challenging. It requires the intuition of a teacher, the skills of a dog trainer, and an open mind because this other person is in the active process of becoming, and who or what that means is unknowable.
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    What Whales Do at Night (Scientific American)
    Scott Kraus ’77, who has been studying right whales for more than 30 years, uses new night vision technologies to observe them, and has made new breakthrough discoveries about their nightly feeding patterns.

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