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Academic Year 1999-2000

September 1999:
New architecture on campus; new life for old suburbs; cooperative education shifts and reshapes for a new century

Parking a problem: SUVs; flood of opportunities (and recruiters) swamp college students

Appraising feminism: you've come a long way, baby?

October 1999:
Arriving late a way of life

Our changing sense of the sacred

Drugs and alcohol no longer limited to "youth culture," but a senior challenge too

Travel trends in the new millennium; future career: nurses trained in the law

November 1999
Working abroad a broadening trend; UC professor scouts out armies of Armageddon

Holiday survival tips: combatting commercialism, serving up the scoop on Santa and toy trends

Gift suggestions from "idea elves;" cutting holiday ills; Christmas in other cultures; and more

January 2000:
Looking to Valentine's Day: the ideal partner depends on where (or when) you live.

The academic tradition of tenure is reshaping and reforming under new pressures.

With the approach of Black History Month: current perils and future promise for African Americans

February 2000:
Coming trends for leisure, life and work

Dilbert alert: engineers get the last laugh this month

Taxing observations from UC faculty

Cyberfiction: will it ever click?

March 2000:
Spring Break trends: not necessarily sun and sand

Campaign 2000: primaries and possibilities

What's coming with TV blockbuster programming

What's ahead for the teaching profession

Play ball! Will new developments in baseball prove to be hits or errors?

April 2000
Academics play the role of presidential adviser: recipes for aiding America

Mom has her day coming: What does it mean to be a mother in America today?

An environmental e-briefing: What's ahead for the earth.

May 2000
Collges moving toward a wireless world

It's straight from diplomas to dollars for college grads.

As elections loom large, what's the future of polling.

June 2000
The cooling industry is red-hot: all about air conditioning

Summer survival that's kid friendly

Slavery's legacy and possible reparations debated as Juneteenth (June 19) nears

Get set for fun and fireworks on the Fourth history and safety tips

July 2000
No vacations for cops (or criminals): crime cycles peak in July and August

First came the Baby Boomers, then came their kids: the tweens

Get ready, get set for back to school: issues range from health to violence concerns

August 2000
A Look at the Olympics: its history, its future, risks to female athletes, security, an Internet guide to Olympic sites and more

Labor Day: A broad look at the workplace and its future

A New Look at Something "Old?"Grandparenting Today

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