• Shock, Sorrow, and Chance:
    Terror Attacks Felt Locally
  • Private Gifts Climb to $48 Million
  • UCSB Embraces New Students
  • County, Campus Propose Coastal Land Use and Preservation Plan
  • Campus Notes
  • Campus Extends Reach of Discipline Rules
  • Chaffee Memorial Set for Oct. 12
  • Budget Allows Workload Help
  • UCSB Studies May Help Prevent Child Abuse
  • A&L Chief Now Dancing for an Expanded Community
  • EAP Offers Faculty Overseas Posts
  • Smorgasbord of Events Presented by Campus Arts, Culture Groups
  • East Bluffs Repose
  • Workshops to Provide Guidance for Savings, Retirement System
  • UC Press Joins Digital Library's Expansion
  • Local Teachers, Librarians Find Goodies on Curriculum Lab's Shelves
  • 'Roof of World' as High as It Will Rise, Geologist Says
  • UCSB Lends A Caring Hand
  • Deer Hunters Caught on Sedwick Reserve
  • Asteroid Bears Nobelist's name into Solar System
  • Campus Contract and Grant Awards
  • Plover Plan Launched for Coal Oil Point Natural Reserve
  • Workshops Boost Teachers' Internet Savvy
  • Credits

  • Vol. 12, No. 1 • September 24, 2001

    Assistant Vice Chancellor, Public Affairs
    Paul Desruisseaux

    Vic Cox

    Contributing Editors
    Gail Brown, Eileen Conrad, Joan Magruder
    Bill Schlotter, Andrew Teton

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