Academic Year 1999-2000
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?
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
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
Looking to Valentine's Day: the ideal partner depends on where (or when) you
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
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?
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?
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.
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.
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
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
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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