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As the weeks of steady rainstotms turned 
into months, farmland, cities and towns in 
the Midwest suffered flooding of historic 
proportions. The Great Flood of '93 is the 
second-costliest natural disaster on record 
in the U.S., causing more than $12 billion 
in damage. 

It was a difficult year for Southern 
California residents. In the fall, brush fires 
swept over 200,000 acres, causing about 
$ 1 billion damage. In January, an earth- 
quake shook Los Angeles, destroying 
thousands of homes, closing freeways, and 
shutting down many schools. The quake, 
measuring 6.6, caused 57 deaths and an 
estimated $30 billion damage. 




Photo by Bill Nation / SYGMA 





Photo by FOS 

Saying, "I have nothing more 
to prove," Chicago Bulls star 
Michael Jordan announced his 
retirement from the NBA. The 
announcement ended a roller 
coaster year during which his 
team captured another league 
championship, he was accused 
of having a gambling problem, 
and his father was murdered. 



Photo by Kraft / SYGMA 





Photo by Ticlcmans / DUOMO 

Toronto Blue Jay Joe Carter 
hit a three-run homer in the 
bottom of the ninth inning 
of the sixth game of the 
World Series to defeat the 
Philadelphia Phillies. The 
come-from-behind victory 
clinched their second straight 
World Championship, four 
games to two. 




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Nelson Mandela and South Africa 
President F. W. de Klerk shared the 1993 
Nobel Peace Prize for their roles in ending 
apartheid in their country. 





An overview of events and personalities of the year 




Cmshong/SIPA 



Saying their clients had been 
influenced by a mob mentaUty 
during the 1 992 LA riots, lawyers 
for Damian Williams and Henry 
Watson won attempted murder 
acquittals in the Reginald Denny 
beating trial. 

Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park 
proved to be popular with 
moviegoers as it became the 
highest-grossing movie of all time 
with $712 million in ticket sales, 
eclipsing another of his films, E.T. 




Phoio by Johnson /TIME 



PLO Chairman Yasir Arafat and Israeli 
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin came 
together in Washington, D.C., and with 
the stroke of their pens and a handshake 
started the peace process in motion. 

A train plunged into a bayou north of 
Mobile, Ala., shortly after a runaway barge 
struck the bridge supports, killing 47 in 
the worst accident in Amtrak's history. 



Photo by Fcldman / Kern / SYGMA 



Faced with allegations that he sexually 
abused a 1 3-year-old boy, Michael Jackson 
ended his world-wide "Dangerous" 
concert tour and sought treatment for 
drug addiction. 



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erri tip of Florida and the coast of Louisiana with winds of 
up to 164 mph, leaving more than 30 dead and thousands 
homeless. The most destructive hurricane in U.S. history 
caused an excess of $27 billion in damage in the two 
states. In Florida, citizens and government officials called 
for an investigation into shoddy construction practices and 
building code violations which they claimed contributed to 
the enormous devastation. 




gees in wai:-torn Bosnia 
increased, the LI.N. strug- 
gled to end the decima- 
tion of Sarajevo and the 
starvation of its residents. 
A war crimes commission 



gate atrocities. 



course, U.S. military personnel secured 
Mogadishu, Somalia with relative ease and Oper- 
ation Restore Hope began. Lacking the military 
muscle to end the turf battles between warlords, 
the Li.N. authorized American intervention to 
restore order to a country whose collapse into 
anarchy had all hut halted efforts to stop the star- 
vation of its people. 





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It was not a typical presidential election — people 
voted. Motivated by concerns about a weak econ- 
omy, unemployment and rising health care costs, 
Americans stood in lines for hours to say no to 
President George Bush's bid for a second term, 
and halted' a 30-year decline in the voting rate. 
Bill Clinton, the governor of Arkansas, and AL 
Gore, a U.S. senator from Tennessee, were 
■ seiit to the White House ori an electoral-vote 
landslide. Candidates worked hard to stimu- 
late the interest of the electorate, appearing 
on morning-news television programs arid 
late-night talk shows, introducing the info- 
corfimercial, and campaigning on cross- 
country bus-tours. But, nothing inject- 
ed more-excitement into presidential 
politics than thcbillionaire from 
Texas, third-party candidate Ross 
Perot — not even Murphy 
, Brown. 



M'holo by Burnett, Conlad Press Images. 





Photo by SYGMA 



It was difficult to believe, but Earth's 
number-one super hero, Superman, died 
He met his match during a battle with 
Doomsday in DC Comics' January issue 
of Superman. 



Courtesy DC Comics 



Athletes from 1 72 nations traveled to Barcelona to compete in 
the XXV Summer Olympiad. The former Soviet republics were 
represented by The Unified Team and went home with the 
most medals, 1 12. The competition was the last time that 
members from the former Soviet Union would compete as 
a team. The U.S. won 108 medals, including a gold 
medal captured by The Dream Team, rightly 
named because it consisted of some of the best 
players from the ranks of the NBA. 





After the Summer 
Games, Larry Bird, 
who had spent much of 
the 1991-92 season side- 
ined because of injuries, 
decided that his body 
could take no more and 
retired from the NBA. Magic 
Johnson announced that he 
would end his retirement and 
rejoin the LA Lakers. On Nov 
2, however, pressures result- 
ing from being HIV-positive 
forced him to once again take 
himself out of the game. 



Photo byjorecke, Contact Press Images 



Photo by FOS, Inc. 



It was not a good year for the British royal 
family. Princess Anne divorced and remar- 
ried. Prince Andrew and the Duchess of 
York, Sarah Ferguson, separated after the 
Windsor family tired of her public frolics. 
Prince Charles and Princess Diana ended the 
fairy tale when it was announced that they 
had also separated. To top it all off, a spec- 
tacular fire in Windsor Castle destroyed the 
14th Century St. George's Hall. 

Dave Winfield's two-run hit in the top of the 
eleventh inning clinched the Toronto Blue 
Jays' 4-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves in 
the sixth and final game of the 1992 World 
Series. Toronto's win was the first time that 
a team outside of the U.S. captured the title. 



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As the weeks of steady rainstorms turned 
into months, farmland, cities and towns in 
the Midwest suffered flooding of historic 
proportions. The Great Flood of '93 is the 
second-costliest natural disaster on record 
in the U.S., causing more than $12 billion 
in damage. 

It was a difficult year for Southern 
California residents. In the fall, brush fires 
swept over 200,000 acres, causing about 
$1 billion damage. In January, an earth- 
quake shook Los Angeles, destroying 
thousands of homes, closing freeways, and 
shutting down many schools. The quake, 
measuring 6.6, caused 57 deaths and an 
estimated S30 billion damage. 




Photo by Bill Nation / SYGMA 




Photo by kratt / S'l t 






Saying, "I have nothing more 
to prove," Chicago Bulls star 
Michael Jordan announced his 
retirement from the NBA. The 
announcement ended a roller 
coaster year during which his 
team captured another league 
championship, he was accused 
of having a gambling problem, 
and his father was murdered. 



Photo byTielcmans / DUOMO 

Toronto Blue Jay Joe Carter 
hit a three-run homer in the 
bottom of the ninth inning 
of the sixth game of the 
World Series to defeat the 
Philadelphia Phillies. The 
come-from-behind victory 
clinched their second straight 
World Championship, four 
games to two. 



Photo by Brauchh / SYGV 

Nelson Mandela and South Africa 
President F. W. de Klerk shared the 1993 
Nobel Peace Prize for their roles in ending 
apartheid in their country. 





An overview of events and personalities of the year 





Phnmb\ Cro^honi; / SIPA 



Saying their clients had been 
influenced by a mob mentality 
during the 1992 LA riots, lawyers 
for Damian Williams and Henry 
Watson won attempted murder 
acquittals in the Reginald Denny 
beating trial. 

Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park 
proved to be popular with 
moviegoers as it became the 
highest-grossing movie of all time 
with $712 million in ticket sales, 
eclipsing another of his films, E.T. 




I'horo by Johnson / TIME 

PLO Chairman Yasir Arafat and Israeli 
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin came 
together in Washington, D.C., and with 
the stroke of their pens and a handshake 
started the peace process in motion. 

A train plunged into a bayou north of 
Mobile, Ala., shortly after a runaway barge 
struck the bridge supports, killing 47 in 
the worst accident in Amtrak's history. 



Photo bv Feldman / Kern / SYGMA 



Faced with allegations that he sexually 
abused a 13-year-old boy, Michael Jackson 
ended his world-wide "Dangerous" 
concert tour and sought treatment for 
drug addiction. 



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ASSOClATIi PROFESSOR 
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 
AND REGIONAL PLANNING 



WESLEY R. AUTIO 

ASSOCIATE PROI'CSSOR 
PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCES 



THOMAS 
BEAUCHESNE 

GREENHOUSE MANAGER 



DAVID BELONIARZ 



VISITING INSTRUCTOR 



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ANTHONY BORTON 

PROFESSOR 

VETERINARY AND ANIMAL 

SCIENCES 



THOMAS BOYLE 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
FLORICULTURE 



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BRAMLAGE 

PROI'ESSOR 

PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCES 



DEAN CARDASIS 

PROGRAM COORDINATOR 
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LECTURIiR OF ENTOMOLOGY, 
COORDINATOR OF URBAN 
I'ORESTRY DIAGNOSTIC LAB 



KATHERINE 
CONWAY 

S rOCKBRIDOE RF.CRUriER, 
ADMISSIONS COUNSIiLOR 



RICHARD J. COOPER 

ASSOCIAIli PROFESSOR 
PLAN r AND SOIL SCIENCES 



DOUGLAS COX 

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STRUCrOR 
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DUANE GREENE 



PROrRSSOR OF POMOLOGY 



SUSAN HAN 

ASSISTANT PROFHSSOR 
FLORICULTURE 



BRIAN HANLON 

ASSISTANT MANAGER 
EQUINE CENTER 



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GEORGE HOWE 



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WILLIAM P. 
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FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE 

MANAGEMENT 



JOSEPH C. MAWSON 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 
FORESTRY AND WILDLII'E 
MANAGEMENT 



DENNIS P. RYAN 

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 
ARBORICULTURE AND URUAN 
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Assisliinl I^iolcssor 
Plant Pallu)l()gy 



Patricia Viltiini 

Associate Professor 
Entomology 



Jcny Schiiiink 

Prol'essoi' 
Plant Pathology 




William Torcllo 
Tinr Grass Science 




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As the weeks of steady rainstorms turned 
into months, farmland, cities and towns in 
the Midwest suffered flooding of historic 
proportions. The Great Flood of '93 is the 
second-costliest natural disaster on record 
in the U.S., causing more than $12 billion 
in damage. 

It was a difficult year for Southern 
California residents. In the fall, brush fires 
swept over 200,000 acres, causing about 
$1 billion damage. In January, an earth- 
quake shook Los j\ngeles, destroying 
thousands of homes, closing freeways, and 
shutting down many schools. The quake, 
measuring G.G, caused 57 deaths and an 
estimated $30 billion damage. 




Phoio bv Bill Nation / SYGMA 




Photo by Kraft / SYGMA 






Photo by FOS 

Saying, "1 have nothing more 
to prove," Chicago Bulls star 
Michael Jordan announced his 
retirement from the NBA. The 
announcement ended a roller 
coaster year during which his 
team captured another league 
championship, he was accused 
of having a gambling problem, 
and his father was murdered. 



Photo by Tlclcmans / DUOMO 

Toronto Blue Jay Joe Carter 
hit a three-run homer in the 
bottom of the ninth inning 
of the sixth game of the 
World Series to defeat the 
Philadelphia Phillies. The 
come-from-behind victory 
clinched their second straight 
World Championship, four 
games to two. 




Photo by Btaachli / SYGMA 

Nelson Mandela and South Africa 
President F. W. de Klerk shared the 1993 
Nobel Peace Prize for their roles in ending 
apartheid in their country. 



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An overview of events and personalities of the year 




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Saying their clients had been 
influenced by a mob mentality 
during the 1992 LA riots, lawyers 
for Damian Williams and Henry 
Watson won attempted murder 
acquittals in the Reginald Denny 
beating trial. 

Steven Spielbergs Jurassic Park 
proved to be popular with 
moviegoers as it became the 
highest-grossing movie of all time 
with $712 million in ticket sales, 
eclipsing another of his films, E.T. 




Photo byjohnson/ TIME 



PLO Chairman Yasir Arafat and Israeli 
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin came 
together in Washington, D.C., and with 
the stroke of their pens and a handshake 
started the peace process in motion. 

A train plunged into a bayou north of 
Mobile, Ala., shortly after a runaway barge 
struck the bridge supports, killing 47 in 
the worst accident in Amtrak's history. 



by Fcldman / Kern / SYGMA 



Faced with allegations that he sexually 
abused a 1 3-year-old boy, Michael Jackson 
ended his world-wide "Dangerous" 
concert tour and sought treatment for 
drug addiction.