Sunday, October 21

Gaining Perspective

Monday, April 22, 1996 The Kerckhoff Art Gallery’s new exhibit of photographs and posters examines environmental justice and humanity’s relationship to our surroundings.By Rodney Tanaka Daily Bruin Senior Staff The future of the environment lies in the wisdom of a young girl dying of cancer, in a mountain of concrete piling up behind a residential neighborhood and on an overcrowded bus. Read more...


‘Jane’ looking forward to a little more road time

Monday, April 22, 1996 Band brings ‘melodic’ mix of musical genres to Luna Park tonightBy Sona Stepanian Daily Bruin Contributor Amanda Kravat, lead singer and guitarist of the New York-based band Marry Me Jane, got her first taste of rock stardom while dealing with a case of food poisoning in Austin. Read more...


Organization promotes self-defense through album

Monday, April 22, 1996 Seattle community rallies around Home Alive’s benefit compilationBy Vanessa VanderZanden Daily Bruin Contributor Three years ago,when singer Mia Zapata was raped and murdered, friend Gretta Harley knew something had to be done. Read more...


‘Hype’ filmmakers swear by UCLA education

Friday, April 19, 1996 Acclaimed film screens tonight at Melnitz TheaterBy Emily Forster Daily Bruin Contributor Many people in the film industry subscribe to Pink Floyd’s theory that they "don’t need no education." Skipping tedious classwork and irrelevant courses, actors, directors and producers go on to monumentally successful careers. Read more...