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UCSC community touched by terrorist tragedy

photo of Anatole Leikin playing the pianoIn separate memorials, members of the UCSC community helped each other cope with last week's terrorist attacks. On Thursday, Chancellor Greenwood welcomed faculty and staff to a gathering in the Music Recital Hall, where professor Anatole Leikin performed on the piano. On Sunday night, with students back on campus, a vigil was held in the Upper Quarry.

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Participate in a special online forum; heart wrenching stories of survival come from UCSC alumni in New York City; crisis counseling and support is available; political experts on campus urge restraint; Red Cross asks for help.

September 17-23, 2001
Vol. 6, No. 6

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