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Stories for Feb. 23, 2000

Special Insert: Special Section: Kids' Summer Programs 2000

From Strategic Vision To Administrative Action

The Director Strikes Back: Appearance by George Lucas

ABC's of Science Education

Stalking Pathogens at Every Port

Changing the Dynamics Of the Lecture Hall

Photo: Parging in Process

Revising an Old Theory Could Make Drug Design a Little Easier

Inhale if You Must, but Eat Your Citrus

UC Berkeley Retirement Center Keeps Faculty and Staff Retirees in the Loop

Berkeley Honored as A Leader in Graduating Minority Ph.D.'s

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Photo of the Week: Forehand Fine Points
Carol Downes

Carol Downes, tennis instructor for the Recreational Sports Facility's CalFIT program, demonstrates the finer points of the forehand stroke for students in her class. Downes teaches tennis techniques to beginning, intermediate and advanced players, with an emphasis on footwork, shot placement and serves. She left her job with the College of Natural Resources several years ago to concentrate on teaching and playing tennis. Noah berger photo

Top Story: From Strategic Vision To Administrative Action
Vice Chancellor Updates Staff on Plans To Improve Campus Administratively

Berkeley may be rated number one academically, but administratively, our reputation is somewhat lower, Horace Mitchell, vice chancellor for business and administrative services, told staff at a Feb. 15 brown-bag discussion in the Lipman Room at Barrows Hall. (continues)


February 23-29, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 23)
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