Tuesday, January 23

UCLA publications acclaimed for diverse coverage

UCLA publications acclaimed for diverse coverage National report shows multicultural news coverage on rise across college campuses By Tatiana Botton Multiculturalism, diversity and news reporting have been increasingly merging together on college campuses across the nation, a recent report found. Read more...


Evening van route expands to Hilgard

Evening van route expands to Hilgard CSO escort program implements simple new phone number By Lucia Sanchez Daily Bruin Staff Campus evening vans are now running on an expanded route, adding more stops in response to student requests. Read more...


UCLA soon to acquire own zip code, 90095

UCLA soon to acquire own zip code, 90095 New Mail Services system will reduce misdirected letters By Betty Song As one of the nation’s largest university campuses, UCLA is large enough to have its own zip code, and now it does. Read more...


Bradley International Center now underway

Bradley International Center now underway Multimillion-dollar Bradley complex to house international students’ services By Julie Ann Silva Daily Bruin Senior Staff In keeping with its theme of campus diversity, UCLA broke ground last month, commencing the construction of Tom Bradley International Student Center ­ the product of over 12 years of planning and effort. Read more...


Classes continue despite heavy rain

Classes continue despite heavy rain By Ben Gilmore Record-setting rainfall bombarded the campus on Tuesday, turning Bruin Walk into a stream of muddy water and shortening or eliminating classes for many students. Read more...


UCLA professors examine ‘Contract With America’

UCLA professors examine ‘Contract With America’ Show of solidarity put Republicans on top, but could still help Clinton By Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Senior Staff The Rebpublican "Contract With America" may have helped sweep the GOP into Congress, but many UCLA observers question the promises made in the contract. Read more...


New computer technology to aid disabled Bruins

New computer technology to aid disabled Bruins Murphy Hall’s SAO installs new video-conferencing By Tatiana Botton A person’s face flashes on the computer screen, moving and speaking with the clarity of a telephone communication. Read more...