Sunday, August 20

Environmental crusader remembered

Environmental crusader remembered Carson pioneered current ecological safety movement By Tatiana Botton Very few women have been as famous in the scientific domain as Rachel Carson. Read more...


Campaign to explore alleged police abuse

Campaign to explore alleged police abuse External vice president’s office to gather complaints By Nancy Hsu Daily Bruin Senior Staff The undergraduate external vice president’s office kicks off a campaign today asking student government, city council members and Westwood merchants to force an investigation into alleged acts of police abuse incurred on the night of the men’s basketball championship game. Read more...


Banking own blood is bad investment

Banking own blood is bad investment Study reveals the high costs of using autologous blood By Dina Weinberg Most people have heard that there are three ways to contract HIV: through unprotected sex, intravenous drug use and blood transfusions. Read more...


Bill and bills go on-line

Bill and bills go on-line Senator proposes regulation; critics protest cyber-spy By Alisa Ulferts Special to The Bruin What cynics have said for years may actually be true: government is a virtual thing. Read more...


Officials cite low rate of condom use

Officials cite low rate of condom use Unplanned pregnancies on UCLA campus result in struggling students By Matt Sorokotyazh Pleasure, HIV and death all share the lack of one thing ­ a condom, experts warned. Read more...


Bruins forgo campus convenience, save money

Bruins forgo campus convenience, save money Limited budgets, higher prices drive students to markets By Kimberly Mackesy Ah, elementary school. The days of opening up your Star Wars lunch box and finding a gummy PB & J sandwich, a bruised banana and a leaky juice box. Read more...


Guest etiquette creates conflict

Guest etiquette creates conflict Roommates must deal with communication and privacy issues in crowded conditions By Kimberly Mackesy Angela Kim never had houseguests overstay their welcome in her home, but she has seen the grave and sometimes unusual effects the problem can have on students’ lives. Read more...