Friday, July 20

UCLA symposium addresses future of affirmative action

UCLA symposium addresses future of affirmative action By Rachanee Srisavasdi Daily Bruin Staff Top legal analysts from throughout the country gathered at UCLA Saturday to discuss the impact of politics on race- and gender-based preferences, and its potentially limited future. Read more...


Police center opens in Westwood

Police center opens in Westwood Station to serve as hub for tourists, crime prevention By Marie Blanchard Daily Bruin Contributor As Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan was quick to point out, it was quite fitting to officially open the Westwood Police Community Service Center on a leap year day. Read more...


CLARIFICATION

CLARIFICATION The Feb. 28 story "Grounds for separation" should have specified that Muslims believe that King David was a prophet. In addition, the photograph on the Feb. Read more...


Taking it to the Max

Taking it to the Max Max Espinoza battles for equal educational access for minority students By Patrick Marantal Daily Bruin Contributor To some members of the UCLA community and the greater Los Angeles area, Max Espinoza is as committed as a knight in King Arthur’s medieval court. Read more...


Union decides to take strike vote in spring

Union decides to take strike vote in spring Student workers wait for ruling before choosing next action By Michael Angell Daily Bruin Contributor The union for student academic employees met to discuss a possible University of California-wide strike last night if university chancellors continue to ignore demands for recognition. Read more...


Discovery of protein may lead to new immune-system therapy

Discovery of protein may lead to new immune-system therapy By Jennifer K. Morita Daily Bruin Staff A UCLA doctor in the department of pathology has discovered a potential new method for controlling the body’s immune system through a molecule that triggers T-cells to commit suicide. Read more...


UC funds assist K-12 education

UC funds assist K-12 education Programs get more than $100 million in funds, report says By Rachanee Srisavasdi Daily Bruin Staff The University of California plays an important role in pre-collegiate education and teacher development, according to a recent report. Read more...