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Visiting U.S. senator seeks independent probe of Sept. 11

Photo of U.S. Senator Carl Levin of MichiganSen. Carl Levin of Michigan discussed terrorism, the Enron scandal, and funding for education during a visit to campus on Thursday. Speaking at a reception hosted by trustees of the UCSC Foundation, Levin said that Congress should create an independent "blue-ribbon panel" to look into American intelligence failures before the September 11 terrrorist attacks. Levin is a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. More

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June 3-9, 2002
Vol. 6, No. 40

UC president discusses state budget's 'May Revise'

Up-to-date schedule for commencements

12 transfer student awarded $20,000 scholarships

Intertidal monitoring program aids sanctuary, students

Academic Senate Announces Excellence in Teaching Awards

Book shows that debates over the role of films are nothing new

Researchers find clues to prion proteins

Long Marine Lab sets 'Whale of an Auction' for June 14

Santa Cruz loses local public radio's Eric Schoeck

Students back fee hikes for transit, radio station


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