Thursday, April 19

ASUCLA Board drops elected student members

Monday, April 29, 1996 Students association succumbs to chancellor’s ultimatumBy Rachel Kelley Daily Bruin Contributor Any illusions of independence by the students’ association were shattered by Chancellor Charles Young’s threat to dissolve the student run organization if elected officials were not removed from the board. Read more...


Candidates to debate in plaza

Monday, April 29, 1996 Undergraduate election campaigning usually involves flyers, sandwich boards and endorsements by various campus organizations. But candidates for undergraduate president will discuss student issues today, in an hour-long debate at 1:30 p.m. Read more...


Olympic torch runs through Westwood

Monday, April 29, 1996 10,000 runners will shepherd torch to AtlantaBy Jennifer Louie Daily Bruin Contributor There were no prizes or luring gimmicks, but the spirit of the Olympics brought hundreds of spectators together Saturday evening to witness the passing of the Olympic torch through Westwood. Read more...


Bringing down the house

Monday, April 29, 1996 Above left: Sorority Alpha Phi and fraternity Theta Chi together won the Judge’s Special Award for their performance of "Westwood Story." Right: A performer’s shadow falls on the Spring Sing banner. Read more...


Israel-Lebanon conflict enters third week

Friday, April 26, 1996 Peace talks continue as ammunition flies across both sides of the borderBy Hussein Dakroub The Associated Press BEIRUT, Lebanon — Israeli warplanes roared across southern Lebanon today in pre-dawn air raids as the bombardment of Hezbollah guerrilla positions entered a third week. Read more...


Novel ideas

Friday, April 26, 1996 Books made of hair? Too strange? Try paper plates… No matter how odd the volumes, items at the Artists’ Books Collection areBy Toni Dimayuga Daily Bruin Contributor Few people know of the secret museum hidden in the Arts Library. Read more...


Anti-affirmative action ruling questioned

Friday, April 26, 1996 Federal court grants temporary use of race factor in Texas By Rachanee Srisavasdi Daily Bruin Senior Staff University officials in Texas announced last week that they would temporarily resume using race as a factor in admissions and scholarship decisions after a federal court granted them a stay on a ruling that banned race preferences a month ago. Read more...