Sunday, September 24

Seismologists unable to forecast ‘The Big One’

Seismologists unable to forecast ‘The Big One’ Experts disagree on the periodicity of strong quakes By Tatiana Botton Although some believe that a big earthquake could happen any time from tomorrow until the next decade, most geologists doubt there is such thing as "The Big One," a UCLA geologist said. Read more...


Psychological tremors continue into 1995

Psychological tremors continue into 1995 By Betty Song Although last year’s Northridge earthquake lasted about 30 seconds, the psychological effects of the event continue to impact the lives of those who lived through it. Read more...


Aftershocks: One year after the quake

Aftershocks: One year after the quake Aftershocks. A year later, the Southland still feels the physical, psychological and social reverberations lingering from the Northridge Quake. This issue explores the aftershocks that impacted the UCLA community in the past year. Read more...



Chao, new IFC president, to ‘bridge the gap’

Chao, new IFC president, to ‘bridge the gap’ By Jennifer K. Morita The Interfraternity Council elected Mike Chao as its new president at the end of last quarter, a self-described bridge-builder whose primary focus is to increase the community’s understanding of the greek system. Read more...


Service commission celebrates 30 years

Service commission celebrates 30 years Umbrella organization expands to support 20 varied campus groups By Rashmi Nijagal Over the past 30 years, the UCLA Community Service Commission has grown from supporting one campus service group, to becoming an umbrella organization for over 20. Read more...