Saturday, January 20

Ethnic studies centers expanding

Ethnic studies centers expanding Centers overcome challenges, make advancements By Betty Song After 25 years of existence, UCLA’s ethnic studies programs continue to grow. As they tackle new challenges and meet new needs, the centers’ silver anniversary marks a celebration of achievements past and present. Read more...


Twenty-five years of history

Twenty-five years of history African-American studies: remembering the journey By Nancy Hsu Daily Bruin Senior Staff J.Daniel "Skip" Johnson ate his lunch with a dozen other African-American students and a professor outside Ackerman Union one hot summer afternoon. Read more...


Neuropsychiatric hospital’s survey results delayed

Neuropsychiatric hospital’s survey results delayed Hospital seeks to end conditional accreditation By Donna Wong Daily Bruin Senior Staff Although the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital currently remains on probation, the hospital will have its accreditation status reviewed by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations this March. Read more...


Greeks unite, sponsor benefit dance-a-thon

Greeks unite, sponsor benefit dance-a-thon Fundraiser marks first of its kind in UCLA history By Jennifer K. Morita In a first-ever joint event, UCLA’s four greek councils are putting together a dance-a-thon to benefit underprivileged students Saturday night in Ackerman Grand Ballroom. Read more...


UC police look for suspect

UC police look for suspect By Lucia Sanchez Daily Bruin Staff University police are conducting a campus-wide search for a forgery suspect, authorities said Thursday. Currently, the police are looking for a female suspect they would like to question as part of a forgery investigation. Read more...



Concerned Bruins sponsor food, clothes drive

Concerned Bruins sponsor food, clothes drive Hunger, disease plague children in Valle Verde Mexico By Jennifer K. Morita When UCLA students Andi Meck and Aqualina Soriano heard that 27 Mexican children from Valle Verde, Mexico had died from malnutrition and disease, they went to check out the situation themselves. Read more...