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Now what?

Tuesday, May 7, 1996 By Patrick Kerkstra Daily Bruin Senior Staff "Euphoria." That’s the word president-elect John Du chose to describe the feeling that hit him immediately after the Students First! Read more...



Educators discuss business

Monday, May 6, 1996 Cabinet officer, officials weigh privatizationBy Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Senior Staff Speaking before a skeptical audience of 300 educators and business people in Century City on Saturday, Education Secretary Richard Riley preached the values of education technology. Read more...


Anti-immigrant rally draws 200

Monday, May 6, 1996 Protest calls for speedy enforcement of Proposition 187By Michael Angell Daily Bruin Contributor About 200 flag-waving, hardhat- wearing protesters yesterday called for the closure of America’s borders. Read more...


The Tradition Continues

Monday, May 6, 1996The American Indian Association sponsored the UCLA Pow Wow, at which members of 30 different tribes performed. The event also included arts and crafts, information booths, native foods and dancing. Read more...


Angelinos flock to Olvera Street for annual celebration

Monday, May 6, 1996 Cinco de Mayo draws thousands looking for Mexican food, cultureBy Toni Dimayuga Daily Bruin Contributor CIVIC CENTER — Despite the sweltering heat on a Sunday afternoon, thousands of people turned up at Olvera Street for the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration. Read more...


Volleyball crowned NCAA champ

Monday, May 6, 1996 Coach Scates leads team to 16th title after nail-biter against Hawaii RainbowsBy Ruben Gutierrez and Mark Shapiro Daily Bruin Staff The University of Hawaii came into Saturday’s NCAA Championship game with delusions of grandeur given UCLA’s 15 previous NCAA crowns and 23-match NCAA win streak at Pauley Pavilion. Read more...