Tuesday, October 16

Chancellor seeks formidible changes in ASUCLA

Friday, May 10, 1996 Elected student officials could be removed from boardBy Patrick Kerkstra Daily Bruin Senior Staff The last time Chancellor Charles Young descended from Murphy Hall to a students’ association board meeting, he essentially issued an order to the organization’s leaders: begin the seismic renovation and expansion of Ackerman Union. Read more...


Funding for organizations eliminated

Thursday, May 9, 1996 Budget problems force ending Melnitz Movies, Environmental CoalitionBy Ryan Ozimek Daily Bruin Contributor Proving to be a fatal blow to both the Environmental Coalition and the Melnitz Movies program, the Graduate Students Association (GSA) withdrew all funding to the two student organizations, by approving their 1996-1997 budget Wednesday. Read more...


Jewish leaders discuss peace process future

Thursday, May 9, 1996 UCLA Hillel forum addresses Israeli future, encourages debateBy John Digrado Daily Bruin Staff In an often heated and animated discussion, two powerful leaders of the Los Angeles Jewish community verbally sparred over the Mideast peace process Wednesday night. Read more...


Review of affirmative action programs proposed

Thursday, May 9, 1996 Regent Connerly attacks financial aid, minority scholarships By Michael Howerton Daily Bruin Staff Since University of California Regent Ward Connerly spearheaded the fight to eliminate affirmative action in university admissions and hiring last year, he has continued to be one of the leading advocates for wiping out all other policies which favor groups for their ethnicity or gender. Read more...


Return to Camelot

Thursday, May 9, 1996 Two years and 80 tons later, Kerckhoff Hall’s spires are ready for reattachmentBy Toni Dimayuga Daily Bruin Contributor Pre-1994, Kerckhoff Hall resembled a castle on a hill, with the spires crowning the main tower jutting up at the sky. Read more...


Commission puzzled by stolen service vans

Thursday, May 9, 1996 Lax security measures cited for three occurrencesBy Marie Blanchard Daily Bruin Contributor Two weeks ago, Jennifer Algarin, director of a community service tutoring program, went to pick up one of the seven community vans to drive volunteers to central Los Angeles. Read more...


Immigration bill may hurt state economy

Wednesday, May 8, 1996 Senate bill proposes tightening restrictions on undocumented labor By John Digrado Daily Bruin Staff Jumping on a recent legislative bandwagon against illegal immigration, the Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill last week that may have dramatic effects on Southern California businesses. Read more...