Wednesday, October 16

Orators speak on MLK’s legacy

Though Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech 44 years ago, students spoke Thursday about how his legacy resonates today. At the 19th annual Dr. Read more...



Bruins’ lobbying goes beyond campus bounds

After studying drug regulations in their public policy class, Eric Gorin-Regan and Daniel Walter were hooked ““ on public policy, that is. One year later, their interest would take them and fellow student Matt Nazareth to Washington, D.C., to lobby about drug policy issues as part of a developing political student group called Students for Sensible Drug Policy, or SSDP. Read more...


UCLA may get stem cell grants

Embryonic stem cell research at UCLA may soon get a boost with new grants by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine. The amount of money UCLA will receive will not be determined until early 2007. Read more...


LGBT study commemorated

A panel of lawyers and city officials gathered Monday at the UCLA School of Law to reflect on the past 40 years of police policies concerning lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adults. Read more...


SHAs to face uncertain future

When Avani Oswal pulled a muscle several weeks ago, she knew exactly where to receive help ““ right down the hall. Oswal, a second-year business economics student, went to the room of the Student Health Advocate on her floor in Hedrick Hall. Read more...



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