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UCSC information related to the terrorist attacks

Chancellor Greenwood will welcome new and returning students to campus Sunday night with a special Twilight Vigil remembering those who lost their lives earlier this week. Faculty, staff, and family members are also invited to the event, which begins at 6 o'clock in the Upper Quarry Amphitheater (behind the Whole Earth Restaurant). 

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  • Crisis counseling and support available to all UCSC staff, faculty, and students
  • "Move-in" schedule for UCSC students unchanged
  • Reports from East Coast about whereabouts of members of the UCSC community, their relatives, or their friends
  • Political experts on campus urge the Bush administration to exercise restraint
  • The Red Cross asking for help
  • Messages from Chancellor Greenwood and UC President Atkinson

CURRENTS ONLINE is produced every two weeks during the summer. The next issue will be posted on Monday, September 17.

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September 3-16, 2001
Vol. 6, No. 5

New book tells of struggles that paved the way for Labor Day

Robert C. Miller Jr. appointed as new vice chancellor for research

Alum Kent Nagano to be inaugurated as principal conductor of Los Angeles Opera

$1 million grant to support research on environmental toxicology

Robert L. Sinsheimer awarded UC Presidential Medal

Shakespeare Santa Cruz names interim artistic director

Molly Ivins in Arts & Lectures lineup for 2001-02

Two-way bus service expected to ease campus transportation

Farm's fall plant sale Sept. 14-15 features greens--and recipes, too


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