Thursday, September 20

CD enables students to access campus info

CD enables students to access campus info Bruin-produced multimedia guide is first of its kind By Tatiana Botton Imagine looking at your computer screen, clicking on a UCLA building, then clicking again on a specific department and being able to get into the academic services of that department. Read more...


Racist calls plague African Student Union

Racist calls plague African Student Union By Nancy Hsu Daily Bruin Senior Staff Members of the African Student Union called university police Tuesday afternoon after receiving a number of racially offensive phone calls, students said. Read more...


Report finds lack of employee diversity

Report finds lack of employee diversity Few minorities at higher levels of ASUCLA staffing By Patrick Kerkstra Daily Bruin Staff Do the career employees of the students’ association reflect UCLA’s and Southern California’s diversity? Read more...


Carter promotes new book

Carter promotes new book Ex-president signs latest work for eager Bruins, fans By Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Senior Staff Former president, peanut farmer, senior statesman and now poet Jimmy Carter came to UCLA yesterday to publicize his new book titled "Always a Reckoning" in Ackerman Grand Ballroom. Read more...


Using the female condom: pluses and minuses

Using the female condom: pluses and minuses By Susan Ward The long-awaited female condom has finally made its way to the shelves ­ providing women with an alternative to traditional male condoms and other contraceptive methods. Read more...


Bruin Online expands Internet access

Bruin Online expands Internet access New user-friendly service to replace ‘IZZY’ mail system By Patrick Kerkstra Does "IZZY" make you dizzy? Bruins sent spinning in circles by UCLA’s perplexing electronic mail and Internet access system may soon regain their balance. Read more...


Bookstore e-mail to ease frustrations

Bookstore e-mail to ease frustrations New computer shopping frees students from long line hassles By Tatiana Botton Instead of waiting in long lines and harsh weather to buy their textbooks, students may soon be able to secure their reading materials while sitting on their couch at home. Read more...