Volume 3
Number 25
Feb. 22-28, 1999

Re-entry services evolves to meet students' needs
Workshops, social events, parent support services, and lunchtime talks are just a few of the offerings from UCSC's Services for Transfer and Re-Entry Students (STARS), which serves the campus's more than 4,000 transfer and re-entry students. STARS director Corinne Miller (above, center) calls her work with students "very rewarding."

New study targets household sources of lead poisoning in children

Faculty Research Lecture focuses on computers' creative abilities

Campus offers psychological support for those in distress

Alumni Association honors its 1998 award winners

Mountain lions seen on UCSC campus; community reminded to be alert

Humanities Lecture explores American identity

Upcoming talk offers rare insight into the life of artists in China

Activist to discuss sex trafficking of children


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