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Stories for Feb. 2, 2000

Minority Interest in Campus on the Rise

Designing the Campus of Tomorrow

Raising the Bar for Products Bearing the Cal Logo, Name

Black History Month: Events

Black History Month: Who Influenced You?

Black History Month: Lesser Known but Significant in their Own Way

Economy Booms, But Health Insurance Lags

New Book Details San Francisco's Urban Power

Chevron Mega Tanker Chang-Lin Tien to Ply the Seas

Rebuilding a Country: The Challenges Of Rwanda's Postwar Reconstruction

Geographer Bernard Nietschmann, Champion of Indigenous People Around the World, Has Died of Cancer at Age 58

Anthology on Childhood in America Helps Define the Country's Past, Future

Governor's Budget Gives Major Boost to UC

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Photo of the Week: Chevron Mega Tanker Chang-Lin Tien to Ply the Seas

Photo: Chevron Mega Tanker

First an asteroid, now an oil tanker.

University Professor and former Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien has been honored again, this time with his name on one of the world's largest oil tankers.

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Top Story: Minority Interest in Campus on the Rise

The number of black and Latino students applying to Berkeley for Fall 2000 is higher than the number who applied before the end of affirmative action three years ago.

In fact, the number of underrepresented applicants is the highest ever for the university, according to Richard Black, acting assistant vice chancellor for admission and enrollment.



February 2 - 8, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 20)
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