September 2000: Vol. 79, No. 4
Goldberg rules the ring!
Football star Bill Goldberg has made it so big in wrestling that his first name is superfluous. by Alex Crevar (AB '93)

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The Redcoats aren't just coming . . . they've arrived!

The lost people of the rain forest
The destruction of Borneo's rain forests has threatened a native people with extinction, and prompted an anthropologist from UGA to investigate how it happened—and why the rest of the world stopped caring. by Alex Crevar (AB '93)
"Cautionary Critique" of higher education
"America's education governor"—and newest U.S. senator—concludes that higher education faces both the winter of despair and the spring of hope. by Zell Miller (AB '57, MA '58)
Libraries' Special Collections bring history alive
The width and breadth of American life are reflected in the University's Hargrett Rare Book, Peabody Awards, and Richard B. Russell archives. by Pat Curry
A walk on the wild side
To save the lives of exotic and endangered animals, Bronx Zoo veterinarian Billy Karesh (DVM '82) makes house calls in some of the remotest areas of the globe. by Scott Conroe
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Affair of the heart. by Kent Hannon

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