Monday, November 20

UCLA opens center for gay, lesbian community

UCLA opens center for gay, lesbian community University’s effort hailed for diversity, variety of resources By Dina Burwell After five long years of garnering funds, the UCLA administration joined with faculty and staff to open one of the few Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Resources Offices on a university campus. Read more...


GOP, schools wrangle over education cuts

GOP, schools wrangle over education cuts By Alisa Ulferts Special to The Bruin Recent Republican hits on financial aid have critics wondering if the Contract with America is really a contract on education, as federal student loan programs ­ including President Clinton’s favorites ­ are lined up and shot. Read more...


Chancellor Young addresses students

Chancellor Young addresses students Affirmative action, SAGE issues dominate question, answer session By Kimberly Mackesy Students had an opportunity to address their grievances and have their questions answered by Chancellor Charles Young in a open forum held in Ackerman Grand Ballroom Wednesday. Read more...


Stolen computers

Stolen computers recovered Police suspect Medical Center employee of theft By Cari Brooks and Donna Wong Daily Bruin Senior Staff A string of Medical Center computer burglaries may soon be solved. Read more...


Affirmative action debate causes partisan battle

Affirmative action debate causes partisan battle Policies could be deciding factor in the 1996 election By James Thomas Snyder Daily Bruin Senior Staff When President Bill Clinton spoke before the California Democratic Convention last weekend, his recent statements on affirmative action drew fire. Read more...



Students rally for Mitsubishi boycott

Students rally for Mitsubishi boycott By Janice Luo UCLA’s Rainforest Action Group is appealing to the students’ association to boycott all Mitsubishi products, such as cars, televisions and computer electronics, because of the company’s logging activities in the rainforest. Read more...