Paul, Deborah
March 2001
Indianapolis Monthly;Mar2001, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p22
Praises author's mentor, Professor Arthur Levin of Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Ability to see something special in his students; Efforts to push students to their fullest potential; Dolly Levi school of mentoring; Refusal to let rules get in the way of his mission.


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