Friday, October 19

Indictment likely in probe

Indictment likely in probe Internal audit finds financial violations in UCLA radiology By Ben Gilmore An FBI probe of UCLA’s radiological sciences department may result in federal indictments of at least one former UCLA employee for allegedly overbilling the university through temporary employment agencies. Read more...


ASUCLA suffers heavy loss, incoming funds low

ASUCLA suffers heavy loss, incoming funds low Association struggles to pay debt, funding for Ackerman Union expansion project By Patrick Kerkstra Five hundred and eighty thousand dollars worth of sweatshirts, coffee, Treehouse food and other merchandise ­ that’s how much preliminary reports show the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA) to be under its projected income for December. Read more...



Wilson fee increases opposed by Senate

Wilson fee increases opposed by Senate By Doug Willis The Associated Press SACRAMENTO — Gov. Pete Wilson’s proposal to increase student fees by up to 15 percent at California’s public colleges was opposed Tuesday by a majority of the state Senate. Read more...


Testing service cancels February GRE

Testing service cancels February GRE Princeton Review officials denounce policy, criticize computerized test By Allyssa Lee The recent cancellation of February’s Graduate Record Examination has prompted the Princeton Review test preparation center to threaten legal action against exam administrators. Read more...


Media explores community role

Media explores community role By Rashmi Nijagal With the onslaught of television and advancing technology, many believe newspapers may be a dying breed. However, a new type of print media is emerging where journalists are taking a hard look at community issues by facilitating discussions within the community itself. Read more...


Construction costs to fall on Bruins

Construction costs to fall on Bruins Students expected to pay $113 fee for seismic renovation By Patrick Kerkstra There is a bill attached to the seismic reconstruction of Kerckhoff Hall and Ackerman Union ­ and Bruins will be the ones paying it through a new student seismic fee. Read more...