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February 28-March 5, 2000
Vol. 4, No. 26

Senate votes to make grades mandatory; NES 'reform' proposal expected this spring
UC Santa Cruz's Academic Senate voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday (February 23) for a proposal that would make letter grades mandatory for entering UCSC students in fall 2001. The Narrative Evaluation System, a hallmark of the student assessment process at UCSC throughout the campus's 35-year history, was officially unchanged by Wednesday's vote, but the NES is expected to be the subject of additional senate discussion this spring. (More)

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New program helps with employment searches for spouses, partners


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