Sunday, May 28


Architecture stands on solid ground

Architecture stands on solid ground Student exhibits pass accreditation board’s review By Laryssa Kreiselmeyer Students and faculty at the UCLA School of Architecture can now breathe a sigh of relief after the school’s four-day re-accreditation examination by the National Accreditation Board ended Wednesday. Read more...


Miles away, worlds apart

Miles away, worlds apart By Michael Howerton Containing extensive collections of 17th- and 18th-century literature, fine book printing and the world’s best public collection of Oscar Wilde material, UCLA’s William Andrews Clark Memorial Library draws scholars from around the world. Read more...



Poor communication intensifies ASUCLA crisis

Poor communication intensifies ASUCLA crisis By Patrick Kerkstra Daily Bruin Staff The seeds of the associated students’ current financial and organization crisis were planted long before the 1994-95 fiscal year began. Read more...


Seder gives taste of diversity

Seder gives taste of diversity By Jennifer K. Morita Daily Bruin Staff Participants at a traditional Jewish dinner tasted oppression and hope during Tuesday night’s Multicultural Freedom Seder in Griffin Commons. Read more...


Faculty votes for senate vice chair

Faculty votes for senate vice chair By Jennifer K. Morita Daily Bruin Staff Academic Senate election administrators are counting the votes for vice chair and members-at-large today after 2,949 ballots from UCLA faculty were due in the Academic Senate office Wednesday by 5 p.m. Read more...