A large crowd of people listen as President Aubrey Lucas (bottom left) gives remarks at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Polymer Science Research Center. Featured in the USM Alumni News, vol. 43, no. 4 (Spring 1991) on page 36.
Cover of the Winter 1988 edition of the USM Alumni News, vol. 40, no. 3. The photograph is of Dr. Aubrey Lucas, Dr. John Nau, and Dr. William McCain in Danforth Chapel, looking at the stained glass window.
Letter from John Lion, Director of the American College Theater Festival, to President Aubrey Lucas. The letter announces the selection of USM's production of Catfish Moon for performance at the American College Theater Festival during April 1995...
Photograph of a sign protesting censorship, attached to a campus building. The sign reads: "Dr. Lucas: further censorship of the Student Printz shall not be tolerated." Photograph also found in Chester M. Morgan's book, Dearly bought, deeply...
Photograph of an article in the July 28, 1993, edition of Student Printz with headline: "Lucas: Nugget starved." President Aubrey Lucas delivers the news that the golden eagle mascot, Nugget, died of malnutrition, not lead poisoning.
Photograph of Aubrey Lucas and Horace Fleming during the inauguration of Fleming as President. Lucas and Fleming are sharing a songbook during the ceremony. Featured in the USM Alumni News, vol. 51, no. 4 (Spring 1998) on page 14.
Photograph of Aubrey Lucas announcing his resignation as President at the fall convocation during 1995. He planned to end his 21-year tenure in December 1996. Also found in the 1996 Southerner yearbook on page 201.