At Community colleges, Foreign Students Discover Affordable
Degree Programs,
The Chronicle of Higher Education,  November
17, 2000, INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A77, ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND
Saint Olaf Student Creates His Own Program in Russia, The
Chronicle of Higher Education
, November 17, 2000,
INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A75
Fight Over Jungle Frontier; A turf war most people thought had
ended years ago heats up between Guatemala and Belize, The San
Francisco Chronicle
, NOVEMBER 2, 2000, THURSDAY, NEWS;, Pg.
A12, 1432 words, BENQUE VIEJO DEL CARMEN, BELIZE
Border brawl; Belize and Guatemala, The Bulletin of the Atomic
Scientists
, November 2000, Pg. 13, 2135 words, MELCHOR DEL
MENCHOS, GUATEMALA
Unraveling the lost world of the Maya, The Christian Science Monitor,
October 26, 2000, Thursday, FEATURES. IDEAS; Pg. 13, 1241 words,
TIKAL, GUATEMALA
Putting A Price on Icelanders; A firm has combined the health records
of every Icelander, living or dead, with their genetic and genealogical
data -- and plans to sell access to it, The San Francisco Chronicle,
OCTOBER 23, 2000, MONDAY, NEWS;, Pg. A6, 1255 words,
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
Wresting Prizes of the Maya From the Yucatan Jungle, The Chronicle
of Higher Education
, October 20, 2000, RESEARCH &
PUBLISHING; Pg. A22, TIKAL, GUATEMALA
Destructive Looting Threatens Archaeological Work at Maya Sites, The
Chronicle of Higher Education
,  October 20, 2000, RESEARCH &
PUBLISHING; Pg. A23, SAN IGNACIO, BELIZE
Polluters plant rain forests to earn eco rain checks, The Christian
Science Monitor,
October 12, 2000, Thursday, WORLD; Pg. 7, 816
words, GEORGEVILLE, BELIZE
A Higher-Education System and a country, Divided, The Chronicle of
Higher Education
, September 22, 2000, INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A51,
MOSTAR, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Saving the Chesapeake, The Christian Science Monitor, August 31,
2000, Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. 13, 1217 words, GALESVILLE,
MARYLAND
Neither mermaid nor meatloaf, Manatee conservation in Caribbean,The
Christian Science Monitor
, August 24, 2000, Thursday, FEATURES; A
THOUSAND YEARS / THE ENVIRONMENT; Pg. 14, 450 words,
SWALLOW CAYE, BELIZE
Slowly But Surely, Iceland Is Losing Its Ice; Global warming is prime
suspect in meltdown, The San Francisco Chronicle, AUGUST 21, 2000,
MONDAY, NEWS;, Pg. A1, 1165 words, JOKULSARLON, ICELAND
The Great Whale Debate; The public's love affair with Keiko belies the
global controversy on harvesting, The San Francisco Chronicle, AUGUST
7, 2000, MONDAY, NEWS;, Pg. A12;, 1598 words, NORTH ATLANTIC;
VESTMANNAEJAR, ICELAND
The Great Melt: Is It Normal, or the Result of Global Warming?, The
Chronicle of Higher Education
, July 14, 2000, RESEARCH &  PUBLISHING;
Pg. A20, 2309 words, JOKULSARLON, ICELAND
Stillborn; a visit to Sarajevo and Mostar, in Bosnia, is described, The Bulletin
of the Atomic Scientists
, July, 2000, 2138 words, SARAJEVO, BOSNIA AND
HERZEGOVINA
Tempest in Iceland's gene pool, The Christian Science Monitor, June 30,
2000, Friday, WORLD; PRIVACY; ETHICS; AND THE QUEST FOR
KNOWLEDGE; Pg. 6, 1082 words, REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
Sunken Ships Under Siege; Long after World War II, a conquered
Japanese fleet is losing a battle with divers, fishermen and the elements,
The San Francisco Chronicle, JUNE 19, 2000, MONDAY,NEWS;, Pg. A8;,
1245 words, PACIFIC; CHUUK, MICRONESIA
Fall of the Magic Kingdom; A journalist goes underwater to see for himself
the tragic impact of human activity on the world's complex and fragile coral
reefs, Tuftonia, Summer 2000, OCEANS ON THE EDGE; p.19; CAYE
CAULKER, BELIZE
Iceland's culture clash: Save the whales vs. Captain Ahab, The Christian
Science Monitor,
May 31, 2000, Wednesday, WORLD; Pg. 7, 892 words,
VESTMANNAEYJAR, ICELAND
Mostar's Broken Dreams, The San Francisco Chronicle, May 15, 2000,
Monday, WORLD; Pg. A12, MOSTAR, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Singing the Danube blues, The Christian Science Monitor, May 11, 2000,
Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. 15, 1583 words, SZENTENDRE,
HUNGARY
Worldwide Tuition Increases Send Students Into the Streets, The Chronicle
of Higher Education
, May 5, 2000, INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A54, 2458 words,
BUDAPEST
Sold! An entire Pacific ecosystem, The Christian Science Monitor, May 4,
2000, Thursday, USA; Pg. 1, 999 words, WASHINGTON
Offshore Banking: Clean beaches, Dirty money, The Bulletin of the Atomic
Scientists
, May, 2000, WASHINGTON
Going sledding with the Serbs above Sarajevo, A LETTER FROM-JAHORINA,
The Christian Science Monitor, April 12, 2000, Wednesday, WORLD;; Pg. 7,
669 words, JAHORINA, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
A Small College in the Pacific Is at the Heart of a Linguistic Struggle, The
Chronicle of Higher Education
, March 31, 2000, INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A55,
1822 words, YAP, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
Discoveries in the Far North Reshape Scholars' Views of Norse Impact,
The Chronicle of Higher Education,  March 31, 2000, THE FACULTY:
RESEARCH; Pg. A20, 1904 words, L'ANSE AUX MEADOWS,
NEWFOUNDLAND
Is Map at Yale Evidence of Viking Voyages or a Fraud?, The Chronicle of
Higher Education
, March 31, 2000, 648 words, THE FACULTY: RESEARCH;
Pg. A21, WASHINGTON
Crazed for Kava; U.S demand for stress-busting root creates problems
on Pacific islands, The San Francisco Chronicle, March 14, 2000,
Tuesday, WORLD; Pg. A8, POHNPEI, FEDERATED STATES OF
MICRONESIA
Payback time; residents of the Marshall Islands are seeking compensation
for nuclear testing done during the Cold War, The Bulletin of the Atomic
Scientists
, March 2000, pg. 11, 1503 words, MAJURO, MARSHALL ISLANDS
Japanese 'ghost fleet' sinking - again, The Christian Science Monitor,
February 14, 2000, Monday, WORLD; Pg. 8, 770 words, CHUUK,
FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
Island mulls showcasing rusting land relics, The Christian Science
Monitor
, February 14, 2000, Monday, WORLD; Pg. 8, 534 words, PELELIU,
PALAU
Will Congress pay $250 million for Bikini?, The Christian Science Monitor,
January 4, 2000, Tuesday, WORLD; Pg. 7, 1053 words, MAJURO,
MARSHALL ISLANDS
Forsaken Trust; 55 years of US influence has been disastrous for Pacific
islands,
The San Francisco Chronicle, January 4, 2000, Tuesday, WORLD;
Pg. A10, UMAN, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
Time to re-up at Kwajalein., The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January,
2000, 2247 words, KWAJALEIN ATOLL, MARSHALL ISLANDS
(c) 2003-2007 Colin S. Woodard; All rights reserved.
2000
Articles
COLINWOODARD.COM
For media
queries,  please
visit the
contact
page.
2007
Pre-1997
1997
1999
2001
1998
2000
2002
2003
2004
2006
2005
Site Meter
Newspaper &
Magazine Articles
Ocean's End
The Lobster Coast
The Republic of
Pirates
Speaking & Media
Engagements
Biography
Contact Information
Home
2008
Blog
2009
2010
2011
2013
American Nations
2014
2015
2016