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Issue Summaries for 1995

December 6, 1995
Top Stories: Diggs New Chief of Lab Animal Care; A Holiday Message From Chancellor Tien; Inside GSI World

November 29, 1995
Top Stories: Assembly Committee Seeks Higher Education Solutions; The Bali Conference; Varian Brings Innovation to School of Information Management Systems

November 15, 1995
Top Stories: Reviving Hopi Law; Campus Charitable Campaign Off to a Fast Start; New Faculty Profile: Peter Zinoman

November 8, 1995
Top Stories: Thermal Scientists Gather for Symposium Honoring Chancellor Tien; Cameras in Court Shift Focus to Personalities; Anita Madrid Tapped to Help With Berkeley Pledge

November 1, 1995
Top Stories: Fire Retarders That Go Baaaa; Proposed Personnel Policies Cut Tiers to Two; 'Adage Party' Results in a Homespun Advice Book for Entrepreneurs

October 25, 1995
Top Stories: Postdoc Butler, SF Stater Marcy Aim Lick Lens, Pick Out Planet; Senate to Regents: Heed Shared Governance; Holdren Shares Group That Shares in Peace Prize

October 18, 1995
Top Stories: Upgrade's Goal Is Extra Seconds of Quake Warning; Black's Book Helps in Seeking and Winning Financial Aid

October 11, 1995
Top Stories: During Demonstrations, Official Campus Observers Are Ready to Report Impartially; California School Chief Joins Berkeley Pledge; Information on October 12 Walkout

October 4, 1995
Top Stories: Nobelists Enchant an Admiring Crowd; Keeping Excellence and Diversity Alive, Chang-Lin Tien; Atkinson Meets the Press, Names Berkeley as Model

September 27, 1995
Top Stories: A $2.4 Million HUD Grant For Campus-Oakland Ventures; Think Poetically, Laureate Hass Tells Freshmen; Finds From Fraternity House Dig on Campus

September 20, 1995
Top Stories: Williamson Begins His Term as Senate Chief; Waste Facility Will Be Built at Callaghan State; By Whom the Bells Are Tolled

September 13, 1995
Top Stories: Berkeley PHD Programs Earn Top Rankings Nationwide; $1 Million Backs The Berkeley Pledge; Three Years' Planning Results in Gay-Lesbian Minor

September 6, 1995
Top Stories: Shapiro Is Our Ninth Economist to Join Clinton; Gifts Earmarked for Law School, Evolution Scholar; Milton's Summer Adventure in the Rain Forest

August 30, 1995
Top Stories: An Extraordinary Year: $156 Million in Private Gifts; Affirmative Action: A Message From Chancellor Tien; Padilla Will Lead Undergrad Affairs

August 23, 1995
Top Stories: Welcoming the Class of '99; '95-96 Budget Is Seen As 'Beginning of Financial Recovery'; A Signed Budget Permits Salary Plans To Go Ahead

July 12, 1995
Top Stories: Calonico's Baton Will Strike Up Cal's Band; 1995 Summer Session; Affirmative Action Proposal Tops July 20 Regents Meeting

June 17, 1995
Top Stories: Ecologist Pamela Matson Wins a MacArthur Award; New Financial System Will Be Faster, User Friendly; A Brand New School For Information Management

May 24, 1995
Top Stories: Regents Tackle Thorny Affirmative Action Issues; Blake Grounds Serve as Classroom and Leafy Retreat; Tenth Campus Site Set

May 17, 1995
Top Stories: Graduation Uncertainties: DARS Will Speed Answers; Baxley of UC Printing Recalls Marathon That Led to Birth of the United Nations; Early X-Rays Are Implicated in Today's Breast Cancer Cases

May 10, 1995
Top Stories: Business School Consolidates Its Far-Flung Activities; The Season for Pomp and Circumstance; English Professor Hass is the Nation's Poet Laureate

May 3, 1995
Top Stories: Six Are Elected Fellows In National Academy of Sciences; Raindrops Didn't Dampen Spirits For Charter Day; June Jordan Play Comes to Berkeley

April 26, 1995
Top Stories: Mellon Funds Latin American Sociology Studies; Affirmative Action Brings Rush of Reporters to Berkeley; Reviving the Lost Art of Planning Great Boulevards

April 19, 1995
Top Stories: Senate Frowns on Consulting, CNR Plans; Shalala's Charter Talk Precedes Cal Day Events; High Honors: Six Guggenheims; Three Sloan Fellowships

April 12, 1995
Top Stories: Shirley Dean Balances Dual Roles of Mayor of Berkeley and University Staff Member; Charter Day Keynoter is Donna Shalala of Clinton Cabinet; Berkeley Entomologists Man Bug Hotline

March 29, 1995
Top Stories: Distance Learning Center Links Berkeley Students; Five Win 1995 Distinguished Teaching Awards; University Panel Explores Epidemiological Implications of the Movie "Outbreak"

March 22, 1995
Top Stories: Personnel Program Changes Coming; Library Wins $1 Million Challenge Grant; Student Learning Center: It's Not For the Lazy or Slow

March 15, 1995
Top Stories: Freshman Scores Highest Ever; Clottes' Berkeley Connection Brings Cave Art Here First; Berkeley Wins High Marks in U.S. News Survey

March 8, 1995
Top Stories: Senator Petris Calls for Student Fee Rollback; Robert Tijian Named California Scientist of the Year; Interpreting 'The Tempest' Every Which Way

March 1, 1995
Top Stories: Campus Center Tracks Longevity; Chancellor Tien Speaks on Affirmative Action; New Faculty Profile: Katharine Hammond

February 22, 1995
Top Stories: A Proposal to Consolidate Clerical Titles; Minding Your Manners on E-mail; Preserving a Heritage Through Artistry

February 15, 1995
Top Stories: Tang's Travel Mavens Advise on Immunizations; Margaret Wilkerson Heads the New Theater Arts Center; About the New Center for Theater Arts

February 8, 1995
Top Stories: Researching the Last Manzanita; The Other Campus: Richmond Rediscovered; The Other Campus: Richmond Rediscovered

February 1, 1995
Top Stories: The First Class at the New Haas; Chancellor Tien Seeks Suggestions to Simplify or Cut Administrative Work; New Faculty Profile: Sherry Ortner

January 25, 1995
Top Stories: Women Are 21 Percent of Faculty; Mitchell of Irvine Signs on as BAS Vice Chancellor; Hellmans Give $5 Million to Young Faculty Research

January 18, 1995
Top Stories: UC Could Plan Ahead Under Wilson Budget; $1 Billion Goal for New Fund Raising Campaign; Court Rules for UC in People's Park Case


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