Wednesday, November 14

School adjusts to major computer theft

Wednesday, November 5, 1997 School adjusts to major computer theft CRIME More than one perpetrator responsible for break in, police say By Brooke Bridgford Daily Bruin Contributor More than $70,000 worth of computers and related equipment were stolen from the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies (GSE&IS) still remains missing, university police (UCPD) said. Read more...


Hate-crime cases are on the rise

Wednesday, October 29, 1997 Hate-crime cases are on the rise VIOLENCE: On campus and nationwide, gays and others are targeted By Adjoa Middleton Daily Bruin Contributor Hate-crime statistics have been going through the roof, both nationally and locally, and members of one of the principal target groups have been discussing how to respond. Read more...


The eyes and ears of UCLA

Thursday, October 23, 1997 The eyes and ears of UCLA By Rachel Munoz Daily Bruin Contributor It’s a late Tuesday night, the fog has rolled in from the ocean, and a slight breeze crackles the fallen leaves, forcing your eyes to dart in every direction. Read more...



Three suspects sought in local thefts

Friday, October 3, 1997 Three suspects sought in local thefts WESTWOOD: UCLA’s large number of vehicles proves a tempting target for criminals, as cameras reveal By Allison Elmore Daily Bruin Contributor Do not allow the white picket fences of Westwood homes and the idyllic hills of surrounding Bel-Air to deceive you. Read more...


Johnson denies assault charges

Thursday, October 2, 1997 Johnson denies assault charges FIGHT:Student contends he was attacked by star basketball player Sunday By Frances Lee and Tim Yun Daily Bruin Senior Staff Another chapter was added to the continuing saga surrounding the UCLA men’s basketball team Tuesday. Read more...


Johnson, McCoy suspended

Tuesday, September 30, 1997 Johnson, McCoy suspended BASKETBALL: Officials refuse to comment; investigation to follow By Traci Mack Daily Bruin Senior Staff The UCLA basketball team, which has experienced trials of Job-like proportions over the past 12 months, was dealt yet another blow this week. Read more...



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