Monday, July 23

Making

Friday, April 5, 1996 Over the last several decades, MEChA has united Chicanas and Chicanos at UCLA to fight for civil rights, improve economic conditions and empower the communities they came fromBy Patrick Marantal Daily Bruin Staff Born out of the civil rights movement in the late 1960s, el Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana y Chicano de Aztlán was first formed in Santa Barbara to unify Chicana/o university students in combatting poor social and economic conditions. Read more...


News basks in glow of Joint Commission review

Friday, April 5, 1996 Hospital’s rating upgraded from ’95 conditional statusBy Donna Wong Special to The Bruin After nursing wounds from an investigation prompted by a patient complaint, UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute Hospital (NPIH) is back on track again with a glowing review and full three-year accreditation. Read more...


Holding fast to Religion

Thursday, April 4, 1996 Prayer and piety take priority over pasta for Bruins from various faith backgroundsBy Jennifer Louie Daily Bruin Contributor Given the hectic schedules of college students, skipping a meal in order to study is common. Read more...


Westwood assailant at large

Thursday, April 4, 1996 By Brooke Olson Daily Bruin Staff West Los Angeles police are still searching for the suspect who allegedly attacked three women, including one UCLA student, in their Midvale Avenue apartment on Jan. Read more...


Where’s the beef?

Thursday, April 4, 1996SUSIE CHU/Daily Bruin Kimberly Press (left) of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness explains the organization’s pro-vegetarian display to interested viewer M.D. Islam in Westwood Plaza. Read more...


Newsmagazines shift position on Comm Board composition

Thursday, April 4, 1996 Proposal protects editorial content from interferenceBy Jason Packman Daily Bruin Contributor With little debate, the Communications Board Operations Committee sent to the full Communications Board a recommendation to approve two proposed additions to the Communications Board Constitution. Read more...


Court finds Texas admissions policies discriminatory

Thursday, April 4, 1996 Law school’s affirmative action policy judged in violition of 14th AmendmentBy Rachanee Srisavasdi Daily Bruin Staff Race preference policies came under more fire last month when a federal court ruled that race preferences in college admissions discriminate against Caucasian applicants. Read more...