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Volume 3
Number 10
October 19-25, 1998  


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New killer whale feeding patterns push coastal ecosystems off kilter [photo of Killer Whales] With seals and sea lions in short supply in the North Pacific, killer whales are now feeding on sea otters, causing an abrupt decline in sea otter populations in western Alaska, according to UCSC researchers studying the area's marine ecosystems. (More photos)

Lecture to focus on the health risks of dieting
Dawn Atkins, a leading activist speaking out against the multimillion dollar diet industry, will discuss her work and the health risks of dieting in a free public talk on Thursday, October 22.

Longtime library staffer gives $100,000 to McHenry endowment

Geologist receives $625,000 fellowship

Interim University Club to hold its first luncheon

New Teacher Project expands beyond Santa Cruz County

Chancellor launches United Way campaign

Get the facts on California school-bond proposition

Future budget plan provides for enrollment, facilities, and education

Staff Barbecue starts the academic year off right

Fourth annual Family Fair promises fun for families

Yearly flu shots available at campus health center

UCSC hosts 200 students in Johns Hopkins program

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