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Plenty of Fun at Cal Day 2000

Photos by Peg Skorpinski
Posted April 19, 2000

Berkeley held its annual open house Saturday, April 15. Approximately 30,000 people toured the campus, visited lectures and labs and learned about all Cal has to offer.

William David Southall, 2, checks out a butterfly exhibit at Wellman Hall.


Annie Choy, bottom, hunts for bugs along Strawberry Creek.


Chemistry Professor Angelica Stacy performs "magic" with help from the audience at Pimental Hall


Jiwoon Kim and Jinyoung Woo share a microscope in the Astrobiology lab.


Visitor George Klein chats with violinist Dawn Madole after a performance on the Hertz Patio.



April 19-26, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 29)
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