Tuesday, November 20

Proposition 200 seeks no-fault car insurance

Proposition 200 seeks no-fault car insurance If passed, measure will hold insurer responsible for bodily injury claims By Bess Hubbard Daily Bruin Contributor Proposition 200, if passed by Californians in March, will remove lawyers from the automobile insurance injury claims process forever. Read more...


Undergraduate council decision overturned

Undergraduate council decision overturned Dispute over codes leads to reversal of impeachment By Brooke Olson Daily Bruin Staff The Judicial Board defied an undergraduate council decision last week, overturning the impeachment of presidential appointee Noah Hochman. Read more...


Report shows most students in good credit standing

Report shows most students in good credit standing Some students wary of recruitment by credit card companies, campus solicitors By Lia Ramsey Daily Bruin Contributor Shannon Faherty is a typical UCLA student with several bills to pay, a part-time job and one credit card. Read more...


Religious forum invites exploration of differing beliefs

Religious forum invites exploration of differing beliefs Catholic association sponsors discussion of faith, traditions By Jennifer Louie Daily Bruin Contributor Not even the noise generated by passersby prevented the small group of students from striving to hear what others had to say. Read more...


UCLA plans to raise $1 billion

UCLA plans to raise $1 billion Six-year campaign to compensate for lack of state funding By Anne Mai Daily Bruin Contributor With massive federal cutbacks and state support for public universities slowly dwindling, UCLA is embarking on its first $1 billion fund-raising campaign. Read more...


In future, Metro Red Line could extend to Westwood

In future, Metro Red Line could extend to Westwood Financial woes continue to hamper subway construction By Karen Duryea Daily Bruin Staff You’ve seen it race by in "Lethal Weapon 3," and you’ve seen Sandra Bullock handcuffed to it in "Speed." But will you ever get to see the Metro Red Line pass through Westwood? Read more...


Schools may pay if grads can’t cut it

Schools may pay if grads can’t cut it New legislation would trace remedial college problems to source By Rachanee Srisavasdi Daily Bruin Staff State Assembly Republicans introduced legislation last week that would penalize school districts whose graduates take remedial courses at either the University of California or California State University. Read more...