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Stories for April 28, 1999

A Warm Reception for Minority Prospects

Berkeley Researchers Head Team That Discovers New Species of Human Ancestor

New University Librarian Offers a Status Report

Faculty, Students Use Service-Learning to Address Real-Life Challenges

Symposium Explores Impact of Lesbian and Gay Parenting

Staff Profile: The (Long) Long-Distance Runner

Reaching Out to Southland High School Counselors

Construction Update: McCone Hall

Photo: Christmas in April

Parents of Murdered American Student Amy Biehl Carry on Their Daughter's Anti-Apartheid Legacy

Tamara Keith: A Gothic Tale

Regular Features

Campus Calendar

Letters to the Editor


News Briefs


Photo of the Week: Dancing Al Fresco

Photo: Dancers

Dancers strike poses for "The Leavers, " an original dance by internationally renowned choreographer Joe Goode. The site-specific dance installations, performed April 24 and 25, began at the eucalyptus grove next to the Valley Life Sciences Building, moved through campus and continued into Zellerbach Playhouse. The concert also featured the 1948 masterpiece "Diversion of Angels" by Martha Graham. Peg Skorpinski photo.


April 28 - May 4, 1999 (Volume 27, Number 32)
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