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Bruins deep-six Trojans

Monday, November 25, 1996 FOOTBALL: Underdogs come from behind to win in double overtimeBy Brent Boyd Daily Bruin Senior Staff There were no national championship implications. Read more...


Ceremony recognizes Young, students and faculty

Monday, November 25, 1996 AWARDS: Proceeds will go to College of Letters and Sciences programsBy Kathryn Combs Daily Bruin Contributor With as much pomp and circumstance as graduation ceremonies, the College of Letters and Sciences held their 11th annual Awards Dinner last Thursday at the Century Plaza Hotel. Read more...


And then there were 6

Monday, November 25, 1996Click here for a color photoessay of the game at the Sportszone (below) UCLA cheerleaders run flags around the Rose Bowl after a touchdown. Read more...


Grad employees resume work, vow to strike again

Monday, November 25, 1996 SAGE: Though TAs still aren’t recognized by the university, last week deemed a successBy John Digrado and A.J. Harwin Daily Bruin Staff Wrapping up their five-day sojourn from their classrooms and laboratories, members of the Student Association of Graduate Employees (SAGE/UAW) declared their week-long strike a success, and voted to hold another strike within the academic year if the group is not soon formally recognized by the university. Read more...



UCLA student prefers Tommy Trojan

Friday, November 22, 1996 Loyal Bruins can’t bear their classmate’s antics, which include dressing up as the enemy during "Beat $C" week.By Michelle Navarro Daily Bruin Contributor Every year, as the UCLA Alumni Band strikes up "The Sons of Westwood" and flames playfully dance as they surround Tommy Trojan at the annual "Beat $C" bonfire, devilish grins spread across the faces of students gathered around the staked effigy ­ until Mark Dieffenbacher makes his entrance, causing heads to turn. Read more...


Those were the days

Friday, November 22, 1996 Good-natured games replace inventive pranks such as manure dropsBy Annie Yang Daily Bruin Contributor In more than just the usual sense, the city of Los Angeles will once again become a battleground tomorrow. Read more...