Monday, August 20

New club heralds diversity, welcomes all

New club heralds diversity, welcomes all Multi-Cultural Society seeks to bring students of all backgrounds together By Jennifer K. Morita When seven UCLA students tackled the topic of multiculturalism in an English class earlier this quarter, they looked around campus for a club that drew students from many different cultural backgrounds together. Read more...


Patient complaint urged hospital investigation

Patient complaint urged hospital investigation Institute administrators disagree over commission’s poor rating By Donna Wong Daily Bruin Senior Staff The investigation resulting in UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute Hospital’s probationary standing this year was prompted by a patient complaint to the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Organizations, hospital administrators said. Read more...



UCLA Technical workers get union

UCLA Technical workers get union Subhead 20 20 By Alisa Ulferts Daily Bruin Senior Staff The University of California’s battle for bargaining rights over employee contracts ended last week after technical employees at the nine campuses voted to unionize — despite allegations that the university misled and intimidated voters. Read more...


Letters

The Bruin takes the last straw Editor: The Daily Bruin finally broke the camel’s back. Your Nov. 21 unsigned editorial, "Times of emergency demand solidarity," was that final straw. Read more...


UCLA Communist club calls for dropping charges against Prop. 187

UCLA Communist club calls for dropping charges against Prop. 187 protesters Speakers urge freedom of speech, support for worker party By Jennifer Morita Members of a campus Communist group, the Spartacus Youth Club, urged about 20 listeners at Meyerhoff Park Tuesday afternoon to mobilize against Proposition 187 and demand that the university police drop charges against the 26 protesters arrested at last week’s sit-in at Murphy Hall. Read more...


Questions arise about mediation

Questions arise about mediation Advocacy groups, IFC say discussion not whole solution By Donna Wong Daily Bruin Senior Staff Continuing the dialogue between UCLA’s student advocacy groups and the Interfraternity Council (IFC) alone is not enough to solve the problems underlying the greek role on campus, some advocacy groups say. Read more...