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Students protest against animal research at UCLA

Friday, 4/25/97 Students protest against animal research at UCLA Activists claim researchers handle subjects with unnecessary cruelty By Mason Stockstill Daily Bruin Contributor Representatives from four major anti-animal research groups convened at Meyerhoff Park for a rally Thursday in an attempt to expose the animal experimentation that takes place at UCLA. Read more...


Community Briefs

Friday, April 25, 1997 1997 Spring Sing opens at LATC tonight For one day only, the Los Angeles Tennis Center will host the annual Spring Sing beginning at 8 p.m. Read more...


Daily Bruin names editor in chief

Friday, 4/25/97 Daily Bruin names editor in chief Current news editor Edina Lekovic chosen for top position By Kathryn Combs Daily Bruin Contributor Citing her long history of journalistic experience and knack for managing a team, the ASUCLA Communications Board chose Edina Lekovic as next year’s Daily Bruin editor in chief, at a meeting Wednesday night. Read more...


Judicial process threatened by loss of 4 members

Friday, 4/25/97 Judicial process threatened by loss of 4 members Citing neutrality needs, USAC failed to appoint new members at start of year By Joshua Smith Daily Bruin Contributor With the departure of three Judicial Board (J-Board) members over the last two weeks, the judicial branch of the Undergraduate Students Association Council (USAC) appears to be in serious trouble. Read more...


Daily Bruin Online: Page 2

April 24, 1997 Today 10 a.m. Armenian Students’ Association Dark & Silent March (10:30) Perloff Quad Noon Bible Studies in Old/New Testament Bible Study Ackerman 2410 * 836-3713 Environmental Coalition EARTHWEEK ’97: Kevin Danaker of Global Exchange speaks about alternatives to Globalization Kerckhoff State Room * 206-4438 Al Anon Meeting 152 Kerckhoff * 206-4028 University Catholic Center Roman Catholic Mass Ackerman 3508 * 208-5015 2 p.m. Read more...


Earthquakes may be impossible to predict due to their complexity

Thursday, 4/24/97 Earthquakes may be impossible to predict due to their complexity By Kathryn Combs Daily Bruin Contributor "Journalists and the general public rush to any suggestion of earthquake prediction like hogs toward a full trough … (Prediction) provides a happy hunting ground for amateurs, cranks and outright publicity-seeking fakers." - Charles Richter, developer of the Richter scale. Read more...


Community Briefs

Thursday, 4/24/97 Community Briefs SAGE kicks off protest with card signing Prompted by the continued refusal of chancellors and other UC officials to recognize their unions, academic student employees at UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC San Diego and UC Santa Barbara officially kicked off yet another statewide campaign for administrative recognition. Read more...