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Omega Sigma Tau won’t face charges

Monday, August 10, 1998 Omega Sigma Tau won’t face charges INVESTIGATION: Fraternity will remain under suspension for Spring Break incident By Diana Ting Daily Bruin Contributor The Omega Sigma Tau fraternity, whose hazing incident over Spring Break resulted in the hospitalization of three pledges, will not face any charges as a result of the incident, but will remain under suspension. Read more...


Jaywalker requires six officers for capture

Monday, June 8, 1998 Jaywalker requires six officers for capture CRIME: Allegedly intoxicated, Barntaouse may be charged by UCPD with battery of an officer By Laura Luu Daily Bruin Contributor What started out as a jaywalking violation early Friday morning turned into a violent scene as at least six UCPD officers struggled to arrest one man. Read more...



Chalk it up

Friday, May 29, 1998 Chalk it up GRAFFITTI: Inexpensive, erasable way to spread the word causes concern By Neal Narahara Daily Bruin Contributor You’re accustomed to seeing it in the hands of small children, teachers and, at UCLA, in the hands of the politically active. Read more...


Change doesn’t come through words

Friday, May 29, 1998 Change doesn’t come through words APATHY: When presented with key campus issues, choose side, not sideline By Brian Neil Rudiger There has been a great deal of discussion these past few weeks concerning the various actions and demonstrations of the Affirmative Action Coalition. Read more...


Meeting with chancellor unproductive

Thursday, May 28, 1998 Meeting with chancellor unproductive ACTIVISION: Carnesale, students in stalemate over admissions, protest By Barbara Ortutay and Michael Weiner Daily Bruin Staff Another meeting between Chancellor Albert Carnesale and student leaders resulted in a stalemate Wednesday, when the Affirmative Action Coalition (AAC) and the African Student Union (ASU) reissued their still un-met demands to Carnesale. Read more...


Crimewatch

Tuesday, May 26, 1998 Crimewatch Five permits from parking structures 2,4,8 and CHS were stolen during this week. In several incidents, the suspect(s) pried open the car window, removing CDs and a leather folder in addition to the permits. Read more...



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