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Monday, 6/9/97 Viewpoint

Graduating seniors will remember the political atmosphere of
UCLA as tumultuous yet productive. The past four years have brimmed
with student activism, controversial legislation and clashes
between different campus organizations. Many of these political
battles were fought on the pages of Viewpoint. Both verbally and
artistically, students expressed their opinions on important issues
facing the UCLA community and the nation as a whole. Some of the
debate on student concerns such as the establishment of the
Chicana/o studies department, the discovery of fraternity
songbooks, and the passage of Propositions 209 and 187 are
presented here in this collage of the past four years of UCLA
political history. Viewpoint columnist have also participated in
informing and entertaining the campus community. Below you will
find some of the most memorable columns from the past five years.

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