OCTOBER 7, 1993 (Vol. 14, No. 3)
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CRAM WINS MEDAL OF SCIENCE - Donald Cram wins National Medal of Science.
DIGS YIELD NEW DISCOVERIES OF MAYA LIFE - New discoveries about Maya life found in dig in Belize, in city of Xunantunich.
CONFERENCING IN THE VIDEO AGE - Teleconference center offering free use.
INCOMING FRESHMEN WELCOMED AT CONVOCATION -Freshmen welcomed at Academic Convocation.
STUDENT RETURNS LIFE SAVINGS BELONGING TO HOMELESS MAN - Ricardo Abundis returns an envelope containing the life savings to homeless man.
GERHART B. LADNER DIES - Obit.
FRANK A. VALERT DIES AT AGE 61 - Obit.
ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIPS GIVEN - 117 granted.
UC MAKES PROGRESS WITH TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER - UC makes progress in agreements with industry.
IDENTIFICATION OF 'BINDING' CELLS COULD BRING AIDS VACCINE CLOSER - Discovery could bring AIDS vaccine closer.
CAMPUS CORNER TO EXPAND - Taco Bell area to be expanded.
DEVICE WILL ENABLE TESTING OF CONTAMINATED SOIL - Thomas Harmon, a civil and environmental engineering professor, invented a device to test contamination.
PROGRAM AIMS TO REDUCE CAMPUS TENSIONS, CONFLICTS – Howard Gadlin and Raymund Paredes designed the Conflict Prevention and Mediation Program.
NEW OFFERINGS EXPAND OPTIONS FOR RECREATION, FITNESS CLASSES – Fall lineup features trips, aerobics, and crafts.
SCULPTOR'S PLAYFUL CREATIONS ADD WHIMSY TO JANSS TERRACE - Whimsy added to Janss Terrace.
BENEFITS, DISADVANTAGES SEEN IN CLINTON'S HEALTH PLAN - Series of interviews with campus experts.