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Stories for Oct. 27, 1999

Hollywood Comes to Campus

Senate Looks at Future Enrollment Crunch

School of Optometry Opens New Clinic For Nearly Blind

Javanese Theater Casts Shadows at Hertzv

Chancellor's Outstanding Staff Recognized

Every Seat's Taken in Haas Technology Course

Living In Fear: Destructive Power of Extremist Groups and Doomsday Cults is Explored

RSF Celebrates 15 Years With Music, Athletic Demonstrations and Sports Contests

Regular Features

Campus Calendar

News Briefs

Photo of the Week: Arachnid Arabesque

Photo: Arachnid Arabesque

A spider does an eerie highwire act near a ghoulish-looking University House. It completed its web by cover of night, just in time for the Halloween holiday. Peg Skorpinski photo.

Top Story: Hollywood Comes to Campus

Hollywood made a temporary mark on the campus landscape this Sunday as the patio entrance of Giannini Hall became an outdoor cafe, full of parked bikes and tables shaded by blue and yellow "Cal" umbrellas. With a dousing of spray paint, a brown spot in the lawn got "greened." Faux benches -- dead ringers for granite, from a distance -- appeared along the paths. (continues)


October 27 - November 2, 1999 (Volume 28, Number 12)
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