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Issue Summaries for 1996

December 11, 1996
Top Stories: Setting Hoop Sights High; Treasure of the Mummy Crocs; NSF Director Visits, Meets with Science Faculty

December 4, 1996
Top Stories: To John Fisher, All the UC Worlds A Stage; Join a Cultural Interest Group; Alcohol and the Holidays

November 27, 1996
Top Stories: A Year of Excellence and Challenge; Building A Bridge for Future Scholars; Distinguished Visitors to Campus

November 20, 1996
Top Stories: Odyssey to Learning; Technology + Spring Classes = CyberSemester '97; Cronkite Tells What Ails Us At First Herb Caen Lecture

November 13, 1996
Top Stories: 209 Passes; Campus Takes Stock; Back to Berkeley For Top Clinton Economist Tyson; Boalt Students Drawn By Magnet of High Tech Law

November 5, 1996
Top Stories: Atkinson Hears Senate Concerns On Governance; Classroom: Washington; Bolstering Boalt

October 30, 1996
Top Stories: Chancellor's Professorships Go to First 14; A Halloween Tale; Seeking a New Chancellor: Berkeleyans Address the Selection Committee

October 23, 1996
Top Stories: Not Your Usual Engineering Job: Engineer's Whim? Artist's Magrittesque Dream? See What You Will, Say Its Creators; An Interactive Grant Builds an Internet Bridge; Keys to the Kingdom: In Chinese, Data Searches Require a Different Approach

October 16, 1996
Top Stories: A Debate on Affirmative Action; Haitian Leader Aristide Awarded Chancellor's Distinguished Honor; If You're Hungry Don't Read This

October 9, 1996
Top Stories: Enriching K-12; A Birthday For a Library Of Bones; They Journey Far Afield: UC Research Expeditions Marks 25 Years

October 2, 1996
Top Stories: 25 Schools Join the Berkeley Pledge; Five Years of American Cultures; The Berkeley Pledge: One Year Later

September 25, 1996
Top Stories: $1.1 Billion for Berkeley by the Year 2001; New Century Campaign: A Closeup Look; A Bancroft Exhibit Lights Up the Beats

September 18, 1996
Top Stories: Reaching Out to Berkeley's Friends; What's New at the Senate; Shoo Fly: Whatever's Buggin' You, Pest Control Specialist Art Slater and His Team Have Got a Nature-Friendly Remedy

September 11, 1996
Top Stories: New Journalism Dean Schell Charts a Future Course; Visiting Scholar Named Clinton Campaign Adviser; Computer Health Class

September 4, 1996
Top Stories: Sigma New: This Fall's Rush Finds a Reconstituted Fraternity With No Drugs, Tobacco, Alcohol; Media Cheers Fraternity's Turnaround; October 1 Merit Increase Details Are Announced

August 28, 1996
Top Stories: Humanizing Anatomy: A Class Sheds Its Clinical Facade to Honor Cadavers; "Working" Has Never Been So Fun; The Museum of the Future

August 21, 1996
Top Stories: A Warm Welcome To the Class Of 2000; Fall '96 by the Numbers; Quigley Is New Senate Chair

July 10, 1996
Top Stories: Tien Announces This To Be Final Year as Chancellor; An Emphasis on Excellence Marks Tien Years; Retirement Plan Age Factor Changes

June 5, 1996
Top Stories: New Deans for Journalism, Engineering; Olympic Lineup Boasts Many Bears; Fulbrighters: Developing a Capacity for Empathy

May 15, 1996
Top Stories: A Year-End Message from Chancellor Tien; Interactive University: The Pledge Goes Online; IBM's Gift for Data Storage: Six Terabytes

May 8, 1996
Top Stories: Heed This Advice to Avoid Skyrocketing Postal Costs; Gronsky Offers Science in the Afternoon; Health Beat: Star In Your Own Olympics

May 1, 1996
Top Stories: CNN's Turner, Nobelist Molina Highlight Commencement; Academic Senate Faults Regents on Two Fronts; Hearings Set for Harmon Gym, Edwards Stadium Revamps

April 24, 1996
Top Stories: CNR's Restructuring; Guggenheims, Sloans Ice Our Awards Cake; More 403(b) Information

April 17, 1996
Top Stories: $9.6 Million in 'Bridge' Funds for Faculty Prioritie; Charter Ceremony Highlights Cal Day Festivities; 1996 Distinguished Teachers

April 10, 1996
Top Stories: Unabomber Suspect Left Little Trace; April 13 Cal Day: Open House and Charter Day; Tien Meets With Chinese Premier

March 27, 1996
Top Stories: L&S Admissions Policies in Full Compliance; A Culture Speaks Through Its Ritual of Death; An All-Star Treatment for Student Poets on Tour

March 20, 1996
Top Stories: Dr. Chang is Head Team Doc; Proposition 203 Would Fund Safety and Seismic Work; Scientifically Dissecting Violence

March 13, 1996
Top Stories: Cyberspace Oz; Pop 203 Vote Will Decide Safety, Seismic Upgrades; A Rationale for Fiction

March 6, 1996
Top Stories: Polsby's Election Pick: It's Dole Never Mind That Pat Fellow; Political Science Professor Sandy Muir Runs for Assembly Seat; HUD Grant Funds CNR Urban Environment Work

February 28, 1996
Top Stories: Enter The Year of the Rat; Advancing the Berkeley Pledge; Berkeley Magazine Premieres

February 21, 1996
Top Stories: Student Regent Takes His Place on the Board; Rehab Hopes Ride on Prop. 203; Pines, Greenblatt to Give '96 Faculty Lectures

February 14, 1996
Top Stories: A Valentine's Day Tale; Who Was Ishi?; Children's Summer Programs

February 7, 1996
Top Stories: Campus Starts Work On Local Policies Under HRMI; UC Group Seeks to Enroll More Disadvantaged Students; A Trio of New Deans

January 31, 1996
Top Stories: Among Berkeley Students, Civic Service Is an Avocation; Carmichael Is Acting Director at Lawrence Hall; International Students Enjoy Family Hospitality

January 24, 1996
Top Stories: Shared Governance Concern Aired; How the Telephone Brought Societal Change; Hong Kong Civil Servant Studies Public Policy at Berkeley

January 17, 1996
Top Stories: A New Year's Message From The Chancellor; Regents' SP2 Takes Effect; Inreach/Outreach Assures Diversity in Recruitment


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