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Stories for Jan. 26, 2000

Special Insert: Tidal Wave II - Higher education faces flood of students

Campus Unveils Plans for Southside

Panel Suggests Regents Revamp Outreach Programs In Light of Budget Increase

Child Welfare, U.S.-Cuba Policy Issues Cloud Elian Gonzalez' Future

Cowans Share Findings of Parenting Research

Business Plan Competition Couples Students With Silicon Valley Companies

Berkeley Archaeologist Rebuilds Greek Temple in Ancient Nemea

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Photo of the Week: Peasant Uprising
Sebastão Salgado photograph

The Graduate School of Journalism hosts an exhibit of Sebastão Salgado's work, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday, until April 10, in North Gate Hall, room 121. The photographs come from Salgado's new book, "Terra." Inspired by the Movement of Landless Peasants, a nationwide organization struggling for land reform and social change in Brazil, Salgado photographs scenes depicting Brazil's heavy concentration of land ownership: daily routines of Brazil's working men and women, rural depopulation toward cities, survival in overcrowded slums, conflicts about land ownership, and landless peasants' struggles to recover their lands, symbols of life, citizenship and dignity.

Top Story: Tidal Wave II
Higher education faces flood of students

Boom, tidal wave, surge. Whatever the terminology, educators are bracing for substantial college enrollments in the coming decade, not just in California but across most of the country. (continues)


January 26 - February 1, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 19)
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