Saturday, October 19


Keeping the campus well-groomed

Admissions season is here, and as campus tours wind their way through UCLA, the carefully manicured lawns may play as important a role in prospective students’ decisions as quality of dorm food. Read more...


Hospital opening delayed again

The new Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, originally scheduled to open three years ago, has been delayed again. The university has set no official date for the opening, and the hospital may not accept patients until 2008. Read more...


Divestment was just the beginning

Nearly a year after the University of California voted to divest from Sudan, organizers of the Darfur Action Committee on campus say violence in the region still requires student attention and action. Read more...


Jury rules UCLA handled harassment case properly

In response to a lawsuit accusing UCLA of improperly responding to an alleged case of sexual harassment, a Los Angeles jury ruled 10-2 in favor of the university, saying its actions investigating the accusations made by a former psychiatric resident had been appropriate. Read more...


Cost of parking permits to rise

Students pay high prices to obtain parking permits at UCLA, and in fall quarter 2007 the prices are only getting higher. Eric Lew, associate director of Parking Services, announced at an Undergraduate Students Association Council meeting last week that parking-permit holders will see prices go up in the next year. Read more...




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