Friday, November 16

Chancellors challenge Prop. 209

Monday, October 21, 1996 ELECTION: Initiative would have ‘devastating effect,’ chancellors sayBy Brooke Olson Daily Bruin Staff With less than three days before various student organizations take mass action to defeat Proposition 209, chancellors from the university’s two flagship campuses publicly announced their opposition to the initiative Sunday. Read more...


Davis speaks against Prop. 209 at UCLA

Monday, October 21, 1996 PROP. 209: Affirmative action rally begins a quarter-long drive to defeat divisive ballot initiativeBy Ryan Ozimek Daily Bruin Contributor Returning to UCLA for the first time in over 25 years, Angela Davis, former philosophy professor and now outspoken supporter of affirmative action, addressed a crowd of 300 students last Friday. Read more...


Community Briefs

Monday, October 21, 1996 Student not allowed in Philosophy 2 lecture On October 18, Greg Lawrence Burke, a second-year undeclared student was again sought by police after trying to enter a Philosophy 2 lecture that he is no longer enrolled in, said University of California Sergeant Jeff Walton. Read more...


Angela Davis

Friday, October 18, 1996 DAVIS RETURNS Former UCLA philosophy professor comes back to alma mater to fight Proposition 209By Scott P. Stimson Daily Bruin Contributor It was Fall Quarter, 1969. Read more...


Xballot to make voter registration easy

Friday, October 18, 1996 VOTING: Internet system ideal for college students going away to schoolBy Linda Yoon Daily Bruin Contributor Sometimes it isn’t a lack of incentive or motivation that keeps students from voting; it is the inconvenience. Read more...


Community Briefs

Friday, October 18, 1996 Budget would hike student fees, staff salaries The proposed 1997-98 University of California budget recommendations, discussed by the UC Board of Regents Thursday, would mean a student fee increase of nearly 10 percent and a faculty pay increase of at least 5 percent. Read more...


UCLA AIDS Institute discovers HIV antibody

Thursday, October 17, 1996 RESEARCH: Immune trait may increase an individual’s resistanceBy Kathryn Combs Daily Bruin Contributor With the AIDS virus having reached epidemic proportions, doctors everywhere are scurrying to discover ways to eliminate or slow the spread of this deadly disease. Read more...