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So much food, so little to eat

Tuesday, October 22, 1996 LIFESTYLES: Jewish and Muslim Bruins search for religiously-correct, healthy and substantial food on and off campusBy Lena Hicks Daily Bruin Contributor Various eateries exists on campus. Read more...


Harrick cleared of recruiting violations

Tuesday, October 22, 1996 ATHLETICS: Investigation of car sale reveals no wrongdoing; fair market value of vehicle stressedBy Hye Kwon Daily Bruin Staff The Pacific 10 conference announced Monday that its investigation into the UCLA basketball program found no recruiting violations in the car sale by Jim Harrick’s son, Glenn, to Lisa Hodoh, the sister of Bruin recruit Baron Davis. Read more...


Plan calls for standardization in treatment of cancer patients

Tuesday, October 22, 1996 Plan calls for standardization in treatment of cancer patients CANCER: Issue of cost raised as many cannot afford high-quality careBy Rachel Kelley Daily Bruin Contributor Improving quality of life for cancer patients has been a common goal among cancer researchers for the past few decades. Read more...


Community Briefs

Wednesday, October 23, 1996 Teleconference probes teenagers’ concerns Improving the health and life expectancies of African-American and Latino teenagers will be the subject of a national teleconference and discussion program to be held locally at UCLA’s Sunset Village Conference Center on Oct. Read more...


Community Briefs

Monday, October 21, 1996 Student not allowed in Philosophy 2 lecture On October 18, Greg Lawrence Burke, a second-year undeclared student was again sought by police after trying to enter a Philosophy 2 lecture that he is no longer enrolled in, said University of California Sergeant Jeff Walton. Read more...


Brawl breaks out at fraternity party, two BETA members hurt

Monday, October 21, 1996 GREEK: Event leads some to question link between fraternities and violenceBy Marie Blanchard Daily Bruin Senior Staff Thursday night at a Beta Theta Pi fraternity party, a brawl broke out between members of the fraternity and strangers who had broken in through the back of the house, witnesses said. Read more...


Chancellors challenge Prop. 209

Monday, October 21, 1996 ELECTION: Initiative would have ‘devastating effect,’ chancellors sayBy Brooke Olson Daily Bruin Staff With less than three days before various student organizations take mass action to defeat Proposition 209, chancellors from the university’s two flagship campuses publicly announced their opposition to the initiative Sunday. Read more...