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Study suggests impact of some drug laws limited

The results of a new study suggest that drug policies may have less impact on marijuana use than is currently thought. The rigorous study by Craig Reinarman, professor of sociology at UCSC, and Peter D. A. Cohen, director of the Centre for Drug Research at the University of Amsterdam, compared marijuana use in the Netherlands and the United States. More

National Public Radio correspondent Sylvia Poggioli will speak on "TransAtlantic Tensions" on May 12 as part of the UC Regents’ Lecturers Program. More

May 3-9, 2004
Vol. 8, No. 36

Thinking small could quench Third World’s thirst, prof says

Haussler honored as innovator who changed scientific world

Search committee for new UCSC chancellor named

New master’s program in social documentation announced

UCSC to co-host conference on Mark Twain May 14-15

Bunnett Lecture in Organic Chemistry May 7

UC undergraduate experience subject of online survey

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Staff Appreciation Breakfast May 7
Student forum on LRDP May 11
Unions to hold forum on budget
Juvenile justice subject of film, talk
Recreation offerings include CPR
Budget teams offering updates
Dining services transition
Ranking: UC and low-income students
Study of UC admissions policies
Join videoconference with official
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