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Stories for Jan. 20, 1999

Campus Launches Security Campaign

UC to Step Up Recruitment Efforts

Staff Profile: Randall Barnwell

Campus Computing Report Gets Results

Reviewing Human Resources

Seven Million Californians Are Medically Uninsured

When Disaster Hits Home

University Rankings: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

Photo: Love Your Motherboard

Johnson Scholars Tackle Complex Health Issues

Hitching a Ride in Space

Photo: On the Ball

Berkeley Students Break Computer Sorting Record

Historians Investigate Third Reich Business Dealings

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Staff Enrichment

Photo of the Week: Book Worms Return

Photo: Students In the Political Science Stacks

Returning students cram the political science stacks at Ned's Berkeley Bookstore, on Bancroft Avenue. Peg Skorpinksi photo.

Top Story: Campus Launches Security Campaign

In an effort to improve neighborhood safety in the area just south of campus, the administration has launched a multi-faceted security campaign.

The campaign includes deploying additional campus police officers to the south side, expanding escort services, improving lighting and installing additional emergency telephones in the area.

Expected to cost more than $350,000, the campaign was approved by Chancellor Berdahl. (continues)


January 20 - 26, 1999 (Volume 27, Number 19)
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