Saturday, February 23

Community Briefs

UCLA historian part of California Map Society The flat truth is, these people are mad about maps. About 50 members who gathered Saturday for the California Map Society’s 40th general meeting talked about the history of maps, their social and artistic value, and especially how technology has changed map-making. Read more...



Ex-official sentenced for UCLA theft

Monday, January 27, 1997 FRAUD: Campbell fined $300,000, receives 33 months in jail for crimeBy John Digrado Daily Bruin Senior Staff Ending an intensive two-year investigation and internal audit, the former head of UCLA’s Radiological Services Department was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison and fined over $300,000 after being found guilty of fraud, conspiracy and theft of funds. Read more...


Symposium tackles health care issues

Monday, January 27, 1997 HEALTH: UCLA holds forum to consider politics of medicine, plight of uninsured AmericansBy Kathryn Combs Daily Bruin Contributor Safe, under the protective umbrella of student health insurance, many students at UCLA may not realize how lucky they are. Read more...


Community Briefs

Monday, January 27, 1997 Scientists dig up new evidence of man’s past Recently discovered stone tools, believed by UC Berkeley scientists to be at least 2.5 million years old, may mean that human beings have existed for substantially longer than previously thought. Read more...


Computer store lags behind UCLA Store¹s overall increased revenue

Monday, January 27, 1997 ASUCLA: Computer sales down due to Apple’s tribulations, but software sales still going strongBy Frances Lee Daily Bruin Contributor Still basking in the afterglow of their much- touted store’s recent grand opening celebration and encouraged by higher-than-expected revenues, the students’ association has begun to breath a collective sigh of relief. Read more...


Regents select Healthnet as new benefits provid

Friday, January 24, 1997 FACULTY: System-wide change could have negative effects on employee mental health careBy Hannah Miller Daily Bruin Contributor The University of California Regents have initiated a system-wide change in employee benefits that many caregivers fear may have negative effects for employees in need of mental health care. Read more...