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Reelin’ in a Whopper—A True Fish Tale

Reelin’ in a Whopper—A True Fish Tale

Gomez (on left) displays his catch, next to Ephremides (right) who proudly shows off his bounty.
Gomez (on left) displays his catch, next to Ephremides (right) who proudly shows off his bounty.

You know that age-old question, “What did you do on your summer vacation?” Professors Anthony Ephremides and Mel Gomez enjoyed a successful fishing expedition in Alaska. According to Ephremides, “It takes a fisherman to know another fisherman. Mel actually led the way with the “big one”. The intense fight has prepared them for the Fall term!”

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August 28, 2014

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