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April 27, 1998 | MARY CURTIUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a dimly lit UC Berkeley basement, a trove of 9,000 human skeletons has sparked a battle between two professors that is so bitter it has soured the campus' relations with California Indians and raised questions about its compliance with federal law. "I haven't seen this level of viciousness before, and you should remember that I was working in the Clinton White House," said Jay Stowsky, UC's director of research and policy.
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April 27, 1998 | MARY CURTIUS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a dimly lit UC Berkeley basement, a trove of 9,000 human skeletons has sparked a battle between two professors that is so bitter it has soured the campus' relations with California Indians and raised questions about its compliance with federal law. "I haven't seen this level of viciousness before, and you should remember that I was working in the Clinton White House," said Jay Stowsky, UC's director of research and policy.
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December 12, 2000 | KENNETH R. WEISS, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Acknowledging a historic shift in economic and business power to California, the University of Pennsylvania will open a "Wharton West" MBA program in San Francisco next fall to cultivate its share of talent in the high-tech, media and entertainment industries. The Wharton School, the nation's oldest business school and one of the most prestigious, plans to offer continuing education courses next spring to students and business leaders.
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March 8, 1992 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At Dowty Aerospace, a small defense contractor in Arcadia, the business outlook grew so dire last month that its owners did the unthinkable: They gave the operation away in a cash-free deal that will eliminate 50 of the firm's 130 electronics jobs. Across town, another unlikely story is being played out.
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