Saturday, October 21

UCLA law grads speak on affirmative action

UCLA law grads speak on affirmative action Speakers meet with lack of diversity in professional realm By Romben Aquino In the midst of the debate on affirmative action, some say that personal experiences and benefits from the policy are forgotten. Read more...


Democrats fight grant, loan cuts

Democrats fight grant, loan cuts Gephardt, leaders ask for support in fighting legislation By Michael Howerton Urging students to help lawmakers take a stand against the financial aid cuts proposed by the Republicans in congress, Richard Gephardt, the U.S. Read more...


Fulbright Award sends Bruin to study in Italy

Fulbright Award sends Bruin to study in Italy Architectural ambition leads to prestigious award By Princeton Kim While some students go to Europe on a one way ticket with the intention of bumming around, UCLA doctoral student Richard Abramson possesses more ambitious aspirations. Read more...


Library recognizes top student book collectors

Library recognizes top student book collectors Students display literature on varied interests for awards By Michael Howerton Awarding recognition and prizes to students for their book collecting, UCLA held its 47th annual Robert B. Read more...


CALPIRG reappears on graduate ballot this year

CALPIRG reappears on graduate ballot this year Initiative asks for $5 student pledge for CALPIRG By Rashmi Nijagal Daily Bruin Staff Graduate election ballots this year will contain an initiative for voters to pledge money to the environmental and consumer interest group California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG). Read more...


Campus mourns death of disabled persons advocate

Campus mourns death of disabled persons advocate Larry Pierce is remembered as a thoughtful friend By Jennifer K. Morita Daily Bruin Staff Larry Pierce, an advocate for disabled persons who worked to increase wheelchair access to the campus, died Wednesday morning from a cardiac arrest at the UCLA Emergency Room. Read more...


Police, residents discuss civil disturbance

Police, residents discuss civil disturbance By Cari Brooks UCLA student leaders, administration and Westwood merchants met with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) this week and decided to work together towards maintaining a safe and secure community environment. Read more...