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    Campus & Community

    Greek god of commerce serves as McCombs mascot

    By Mason Jones and Christopher Palmer
    Published: Nov. 15, 2007

    Sam Laine, aka Hermes, demonstrates a proper handshake and dunks the dean of the business school.

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