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Westwood finds friends in many places

Wednesday, November 20, 1996 COMMUNITY: Organization meets to discuss revitalization efforts in neighborhoodBy Rachel Munoz Daily Bruin Contributor Friends of Westwood, an all-volunteer, regional land-use organization, held their annual meeting at the Westwood Macy’s third floor tea room Nov. Read more...


Regents keep quiet as walk-out continues

Wednesday, November 20, 1996 SAGE: UCSD, Berkeley groups join UCLA union as picket enters third dayBy John Digrado Daily Bruin Senior Staff While hundreds of student academic employees walked off the job on two separate campuses Tuesday in protest of the administration’s continued reticence toward their collective bargaining efforts, UC leaders were largely in the dark about the most recent developments. Read more...


Community Briefs

Wednesday, November 20, 1996 Wilson wants Prop. 209 to stay in state courts Gov. Pete Wilson wants the fate of Proposition 209 to be decided in state court rather than by a federal judge. Read more...


New policy changes priorities in allocation of liver donations

Tuesday, November 19, 1996 MED CENTER: Those most likely to survive will receive transplantsBy Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Staff A change in the way donated human livers are apportioned for transplantation has UCLA Medical Center ­ the nation’s biggest liver transplant center ­ scrambling to implement the new guidelines while keeping patients happy. Read more...


Distribution of private endowments may be affec

Tuesday, November 19, 1996 FINANCIAL AID: Donors often require funds to be given to a specific groupBy Shari Sklut Daily Bruin Contributor Proposition 209 impacts underrepresented financial aid recipients far less than minority admissions and programs, according to university financial aid officials. Read more...


Marchers hold night protest on campus

Tuesday, November 19, 1996 SAGE: Affirmative action supporters gather in order to ‘heal wounds’By Ryan Ozimek Daily Bruin Contributor Illuminated by the orange tinge of over a hundred candles, a group of about 200 student and non-student affirmative action supporters walked through campus last night in a pro-affirmative action march organized solely by individual students. Read more...


Threat of a strike becomes reality

Tuesday, November 19, 1996 SAGE: University still refuses to recognize group’s right to unionize By A.J. Harwin Daily Bruin Contributor Members of the Student Association of Graduate Employees (SAGE/UAW) began their five-day strike Monday morning, with about 300 student academic employees staking out entrances around campus with hopes to gain recognition from the university. Read more...