Tuesday, February 20

Suntans and surfbums

Sunday, July 28, 1996 Summer sun draws flocks of sunbathers and other warm-weather worshippers outdoorsBy Karen Duryea Summer Bruin Senior Staff Grab your towels and sunscreen, because it’s sunbathing weather at UCLA. Read more...


Carter Fisk

Monday, July 29, 1996 Southern California coast bombarded by 12-foot waves, surfers enjoy the wild rideBy Karen Duryea Summer Bruin Senior Staff "Big." That is the word Kevin Gaunt, a surfer and fourth-year public relations student used to describe last week’s uncharacteristic summer waves. Read more...



Olympic spirit overcomes bombing

Sunday, July 28, 1996 Over 100 injured, one killed Saturday in Centennial ParkBy Charles J. Hanley The Associated Press ATLANTA — The Games went on but the buoyant Olympic spirit lay wounded Saturday in the aftermath of a bombing that killed one person, injured more than 100 and exploded hopes that this great global festival would escape the terrorism of a troubled world. Read more...


Olympic spirit overcomes bombing

Although no athletes were injured, bomb in Olympic Park adds to pallor of GamesBy Marie Blanchard Summer Bruin Senior Staff When Gary Adams heard that a bomb had exploded in Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park, his first thought was if two of his players ­ Jim Parque and Troy Glaus, who are playing on the U.S. Read more...