Wednesday, January 23

Assesomg the Westside districts

Tuesday, November 5, 1996 ELECTION: Democrats traditionally dominate area surrounding UCLA By John Digrado Daily Bruin Senior Staff While the presidential race may be all but wrapped up, local candidates are still campaigning hard for some of the most sought-after and, arguably, the most important and influential-offices in this election. Read more...


UCLA sued over its Willed Body program

Monday, November 4, 1996 MEDICAL CENTER: Families claim university disposed of cadavers in an undignified manner By Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Staff Attorneys representing the families of nearly 18,000 participants in UCLA’s Willed Body program filed suit against the university last Thursday, claiming the cadavers were handled "without dignity" and dumped into the Pacific Ocean along with other waste from the School of Medicine. Read more...



I’m going to college

Monday, November 4, 1996 Youngsters get a taste of college thanks to the generosity of UCLA outreach projectBy Linda Yoon Daily Bruin Contributor The blue and gold of Bruin cheers at the Rose Bowl not only lifted the spirits of UCLA football fans Saturday but also opened the minds of elementary, middle and high school students who participated in the I’m Going To College Program. Read more...



Web sites: the next wave of campaigning

Monday, November 4, 1996 INTERNET: Instant electronic access provides information about the issues, provides grass roots campaigns with more exposureBy Phillip Hong Daily Bruin Staff Politicians are always talking about change. Read more...


Students.debate merits of Clinton, Dole

Monday, November 4, 1996 ISSUES: Top concerns for Generation X include education, economy By Brooke Olson Daily Bruin Staff In a recent national survey, 18- to 24-year-olds were asked how older generations perceived them: "lazy," confused" and "apathetic" were their top answers. Read more...