Sunday, June 17

Campus mourns death of disabled persons advocate

Campus mourns death of disabled persons advocate Larry Pierce is remembered as a thoughtful friend By Jennifer K. Morita Daily Bruin Staff Larry Pierce, an advocate for disabled persons who worked to increase wheelchair access to the campus, died Wednesday morning from a cardiac arrest at the UCLA Emergency Room. Read more...


Police, residents discuss civil disturbance

Police, residents discuss civil disturbance By Cari Brooks UCLA student leaders, administration and Westwood merchants met with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) this week and decided to work together towards maintaining a safe and secure community environment. Read more...


Native-American Pow-Wow to teach, entertain

Native-American Pow-Wow to teach, entertain By Nancy Hsu Daily Bruin Senior Staff There was a time in history when the government forbade tribal dancing. "They were afraid," said Nina Stanton, a third-year French student. Read more...


SAGE strike ends, no word from university

SAGE strike ends, no word from university UC Berkeley, San Diego unions also organize walkouts By Laryssa Kreiselmeyer The grad union’s two-day strike ended yesterday without any significant action or word from the UCLA administration. Read more...



Northwestern students fast for ethnic studies

Northwestern students fast for ethnic studies By Nancy Hsu Daily Bruin Senior Staff On May 25, 1993, five students, a professor and three community members pitched their tents outside Murphy Hall to protest for the establishment of a Chicano studies department. Read more...


GSA: council representatives discuss their roles

GSA: council representatives discuss their roles By Betty Song In a corner on the third floor of Kerckhoff Hall, surrounded by undergraduate student government, the cabinet of the Graduate Students Association (GSA) carries out its executive duties. Read more...