Tuesday, May 21

Cupid’s hits and misses

Friday, February 14, 1997 School romance intensifies with marriage proposal for alumniBy Carol McKay Daily Bruin Contributor hey tell the story differently, but who pushed who into the Hedrick 2 North typing room that night nine years ago isn’t important. Read more...


Bail set for suspect in attempted murder case

Friday, February 14, 1997 CRIME: If convicted, man faces two years to life in prison for alleged assaultBy Scott P. Stimson Daily Bruin Contributor A man charged with the attempted murder of his wife in a university-owned apartment complex is currently being held in the Los Angeles County Jail on $1 million bail, police said. Read more...


Strokes may be stopped by new procedure in neuroradiology

Friday, February 14, 1997 TECHNIQUE: Neuroperfusion therapy may prove to be useful to battle third biggest killerBy Kathryn Combs Daily Bruin Contributor Stroke, the third leading cause of death in the United States, claims over 500,000 lives each year and is the leading cause of disability. Read more...


UCLA lab union protest planned

Friday, February 14, 1997 LAYOFFS: Unfair labor practice filed against university over restructuring, rehiring rightsBy Hannah Miller Daily Bruin Contributor The restructuring trend in healthcare ­ an outgrowth of corporate downsizing ­ has arrived at UCLA, to an increasingly stormy reception. Read more...


Campaign helps students gain voice

Friday, February 14, 1997 USAC: ‘Our Millennium’ aims to reverse current decline in educationBy Stefanie Wong Daily Bruin Contributor Students may not have direct control over their education now, but if the undergraduate student council has its way, they will ­ by the next millennium. Read more...


Community Briefs

Regent Ward Connerly lobbies Republicans Ward Connerly, who helped steer California’s anti-affirmative action initiative to victory, lobbied Republican congressional leaders Wednesday to support his new effort to ban racial preferences at the federal level. Read more...


Cable access to UCLA sports still limited

Thursday, February 13, 1997 TELEVISION: Fox Sports West 2 not in residence halls’ immediate futureBy Marie Blanchard Daily Bruin Senior Staff For the time being, it seems that the UCLA community, along with the greater part of Los Angeles county, will be without Fox Sports West 2, the new channel that was created late last month. Read more...