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Monitor Archive for September 15, 1998
More Ocean Mysteries, Revealed
Creativity Replaces Racial Quotas at Colleges
Entering Golden Era Of Giving
Town vs. Gown: Students And Local Learn to Get Along
One State, Two Different Texases
In Many Tongues, Alaskans Debate English as Official Language
From Now to 2000
Russia Sets Rampart Against Islam in Case It Runs Rampant
School's '60s Experiment Still Making the Grade
Bringing Peace to Tajikistan's Mountain Fiefdoms
After 20 Years, an 'F'
The Clintons' Party Problems
Europe's Giant at a Juncture
US Chickens Steal Jobs From - Haiti?
Unexpected Life In a Bizarre Place
In Jefferson's Words
When Traditions Oppose
News In Brief
In Campaigns, Integrity Counts
Colleges Ask: Can Enrollment Be Too High?
Lots of Students, Not Enough Teachers
Spiffier School: Nice Idea, but Who Pays?
Fossil Hunters Leave No Rock Unturned
'Trying Out' For School
US Public Chooses Stability, For Now
How One University Chopped Enrollments
How Mexico's Poor Buy 20-Inch Sonys
The Legends of the Sea