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Stories for Nov. 3, 1999


Remembering Bay Area's Bridge-Building Bonanza


New State Law Requires Union Fee Payment


Asian Scholar Reflects On Fifty Years at Berkeley


Taking a Global Look at Math Development


An Ancient Fish that Went Its Own Way


School of Education Lends Expertise to Set up Seattle Career Academies


Building a Bridge Over America's Racial Divide


'Rice Women' Dance and Music Piece Faces East


Cyber Exhibit Explores Perceptions of Time and Identity


Forum to Examine Proposed Community Service Requirements


Publications: Management Practices in Dietetics


Minor Planet Named After Major Campus Star


Open Enrollment for Benefits


Staff Air Concerns Over Salaries, Bonuses and Aging Infrastructure in Chat with Chancellor


Local Governments Lag in Preparing for "The Big One" Along Hayward Fault

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Top Story: Remembering Bay Area's Bridge-Building Bonanza

The Bay Area's bridge-building heyday in the early decades of this century takes center stage in a new calendar for 2000 by two university departments.

A fund-raising effort by the Harmer E. Davis Transportation Library and the Water Resources Center Archives, "Spanning the Bay: Historic Photographs of San Francisco Bay Bridges" offers twelve black-and-white photos of bridge construction projects. (continues)


November 3 - 9, 1999 (Volume 28, Number 13)
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