Tuesday, April 23

Senate examines preferences in UC system

Tuesday, April 23, 1996 UC officials argue problem is blown out of proportionBy Michael Howerton Daily Bruin Staff During a senatorial investigation at the State Capitol yesterday, University of California officials continued to deny reports that admissions have been granted to applicants based on their influential connections. Read more...



Forum addresses UC’s ‘culture of favoritism’

Monday, April 22, 1996 Sen. Tom Hayden calls preferences an insult to taxpayersBy Michael Howerton Daily Bruin Staff State Sen. Tom Hayden began his investigative hearing into the issue of admissions favoritism at UCLA last Friday by dropping a large pile of documents onto his table. Read more...


Recycled Rhetoric?

Monday, April 22, 1996 Environmental issues of years past enjoyed greater public support than they do today. Has interest in protecting the Earth become extinct?By Susan Lee Daily Bruin Contributor Between Ackerman Union and the men’s gym, a towering pile of beer and other aluminum cans lay outside as students were encouraged to add to it, as part of a reclamation effort by the Earth Day Committee. Read more...


Andi Meck

Monday, April 22, 1996 UCSA hosts ‘color’ful conference Student activists across California seek political directionBy Patrick Marantal Daily Bruin Staff Delegates from the northern California College of Siskiyous at Weed to the University of California, San Diego, migrated to UCLA to discuss issues affecting students of color. Read more...



Recounting a changing Africa

Monday, April 22, 1996 Former prime minister of Mali speaks on continent’s growing global influenceBy Anne Mai Daily Bruin Contributor As a professor, a former prime minister to Mali and a United Nations senior economist, Soumana Sako brings an extensive political background with him to UCLA. Read more...