Monday, September 25

Patrolling the ‘Net

Patrolling the ‘Net Student Technology Center charges two UCLA students with e-mail address forgery By Jean May Chen and John Digrado Daily Bruin Staff Citing serious infractions of the Student Technology Center Acceptable Use Policy, Office of Residential Life and Student Technology Center officials charged two students with e-mail address forgery, as well as operating unauthorized Internet sites out of their dorm room. Read more...


The greek debate battles on

The greek debate battles on Fraternities may not have universal appeal, but members say their houses provide academic, social support By Jennifer Louie Daily Bruin Contributor Among the many decisions that confront students on campus is the decision of whether or not to "go greek." While some students linger indecisively before deciding whether or not the greek system is for them, others dive in with certainty. Read more...


Lot 8 site of morning car blaze

Lot 8 site of morning car blaze FRED HE/Daily Bruin A 1982 Nissan 200 SX caught fire in the Lot 8 parking on Thursday. No one was injured, but the damage was estimated at $2,000. Read more...


Outreach programs touch community lives

Outreach programs touch community lives Office uses student mentors to empower people of color By Anika Johnson Daily Bruin Contributor For UCLA alumna Petra Galarza, outreach programs have been an essential part of her life. Read more...


Expansion, stack parking eases driver woes

Expansion, stack parking eases driver woes Problems still exist with crowded lots, expensive permits By Karen Duryea Daily Bruin Contributor In an attempt to remedy UCLA’s parking shortage, Parking and Commuter Services has made some recent changes to increase the number of spaces in university parking structures. Read more...


Resident assistants keep peace

Resident assistants keep peace Enforcement of rules, helping students remains top priority for ‘second parents’ By Susan Lee Daily Bruin Contributor While college is a time for independence from one’s family, some UCLA students have found themselves in a parental role here. Read more...


Board to comply with rules in future

Board to comply with rules in future Communications meetings to be made public in advance By John Digrado Daily Bruin Staff In response to a review of its adherence to state open meeting laws, Communications Board members resolved on Tuesday evening to follow the rules much more closely in the future. Read more...