Wednesday, July 17



UCLA not among law schools banning recruiters

Thirty law schools have joined together in a lawsuit against the Department of Defense, but UCLA is steering clear of the fray. The lawsuit addresses the Solomon Amendment, which allows the federal government to withhold funding from schools that restrict military recruiters’ access to their campus. Read more...



Students to soldiers

It is late Saturday morning, and the ambush is set. The radio sounds to say the opposition force will be there in a matter of minutes. Read more...


Graduating into war

Carrie Bruhl was there almost two years ago when U.S. troops entered Iraq. The UCLA alumna was there because she was flying an Apache Longbow helicopter into combat. Read more...


ROTC, military past shape future officers

It is not every student who has monitored the medical conditions of U.S. base camps in Afghanistan. But that is precisely what Juliet Kirkpatrick, a fourth-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student, did. Read more...



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