Thursday, July 19



Regent criticizes affirmative action

Regent criticizes affirmative action By Nancy Hsu When Katy Burkhart came to UCLA two years ago, she was against affirmative action. Today, she is convinced that the university desperately needs it. Read more...


Ex-gang members discuss community peace

Ex-gang members discuss community peace Despite low UCLA student turnout, hosts intend to repeat the event to further peace By Tatiana Botton Rolfe Hall was an unlikely forum to discuss gang crimes in South Central Los Angeles. Read more...


NCAA’s new standards call for higher test scores

NCAA’s new standards call for higher test scores UCLA supports new rules despite criticism of policy By Rashmi Nijagal The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) recently came under attack for its new proposition to raise the standards that would allow high school athletes to participate in Division I college athletics. Read more...


UC president announces retirement

UC president announces retirement After serving for three years, Peltason leaves amidst reactions of praise as well as criticism By Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Senior Staff SAN FRANCISCO — University of California President Jack Peltason announced his retirement Friday, beginning the search for a replacement to head the 127-year-old university system. Read more...


Asian American center celebrates history

Asian American center celebrates history Silver anniversary honors past full of struggles, triumphs By Betty Song In anticipation of Saturday’s kick-off to a year-long silver anniversary celebration, students, staff and faculty recalled the voluminous past of UCLA’s Asian American Studies Center. Read more...