Tuesday, May 23


Prop. 187 sparks campus protest

Prop. 187 sparks campus protest Marchers call ‘Save Our State’ initiative racist say marchers By Brett Tam Daily Bruin Senior Staff Rattling penny-filled soda cans and blasting ear-piercing whistles, a crowd of almost 200 marched up Bruin Walk toting bullhorns and signs to protest Proposition 187, an anti-illegal immigration initiative on the November ballot that has recently fueled much heated debate. Read more...


Peres aims

Peres aims for peace in Middle East Students happy to hear Israeli foreign minister’s speech By Gil Hopenstand Daily Bruin Senior Staff Addressing a crowd of more than 1,000 supportive UCLA students, faculty and guests, Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres shared his vision for a new and prosperous Middle East Thursday. Read more...


Targeting the student vote

Targeting the student vote By James Thomas Snyder Daily Bruin Senior Staff "I got a guy who’s always late/ whenever we got a date," singer Laurel Burgo crooned. Read more...


Brown pays visit to Santa Monica College

Brown pays visit to Santa Monica College Gubernatorial candidate seeks collegiate support by addressing university fee hikes With less than a month to go before the midterm election, gubernatorial candidate Kathleen Brown will visit Santa Monica College for a political rally Thursday. Read more...


Students lambaste idea of new campus

Students lambaste idea of new campus Plans for 10th campus garner little approval from Bruins By Alisa Ulferts Daily Bruin Senior Staff Money allotted for a 10th University of California campus would be better spent improving and expanding the already existing nine campuses, said cash-strapped students on their lunch breaks Wednesday. Read more...


Converted sorority houses accomodate dorm overflow

Converted sorority houses accomodate dorm overflow Older students revel in feeling of community By Allison Lefkowitz Daily Bruin Staff Four large homes on Hilgard Avenue that once housed sororities are now being used by the university and the Office of Residential Life to accommodate transfer students who initially signed up to live in the university’s residence halls. Read more...