Monday, October 23

Bruin Online expands Internet access

Bruin Online expands Internet access New user-friendly service to replace ‘IZZY’ mail system By Patrick Kerkstra Does "IZZY" make you dizzy? Bruins sent spinning in circles by UCLA’s perplexing electronic mail and Internet access system may soon regain their balance. Read more...


Bookstore e-mail to ease frustrations

Bookstore e-mail to ease frustrations New computer shopping frees students from long line hassles By Tatiana Botton Instead of waiting in long lines and harsh weather to buy their textbooks, students may soon be able to secure their reading materials while sitting on their couch at home. Read more...


Service creates computerized testing aids

Service creates computerized testing aids Students applaud Kaplan Center’s new multimedia internet program By Allyssa Lee In an effort to increase availability and garner student publicity, Kaplan Educational Center has recently announced the introduction of a comprehensive multimedia internet service. Read more...


Students, communities assist in Kobe quake relief

Students, communities assist in Kobe quake relief NSU, JACCC collect food, clothing sponsor dance to aid disaster victims By Ben Gilmore Last month’s devastating 7.2 earthquake ravaged the Japanese city of Kobe, leaving tens of thousands homeless and lacking basic living necessities. Read more...


Peace Corps volunteers settle at UCLA

Peace Corps volunteers settle at UCLA Bruins credit career goals, life changes to experiences in developing nations By Jennifer K. Morita Former volunteers say the Peace Corps changed their lives. Read more...


Grad TAs ‘teach out’ for recognition

Grad TAs ‘teach out’ for recognition SAGE members hold outdoor classrooms, office hours in protest By Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Senior Staff In an effort to gain recognition for their fledgling union, UCLA graduate students are holding classes and office hours outside this week in a "non-militant" protest against the university. Read more...


Gladiator tackles grad education

Gladiator tackles grad education Reherman gives ‘hawk’-eye view of economics in series By Allyssa Lee Imagine a teaching assistant from the graduate school of economics working on his doctorate, yet smashing heads with unsuspecting contestants in front of a screaming crowd on national television during afternoons and the summer months. Read more...