Sunday, June 16

Students find deliverance in ordering out

Sunday, July 7, 1996 Local delivery businesses address lack of transport, sloth, midnight munchiesBy Karen Duryea Summer Bruin Senior Staff When the dining halls are closed and the vending machines are looking sparse, there’s only one thing to do: grab the phone book and order out. Read more...


Back to school

Sunday, July 7, 1996 Candidates must focus on issues pertinent to young voters to win their votesBy Michelle Best and Matthew Scrabis Summer Bruin Contributors In the last 116 years, no Republican has become president without the support of California. Read more...



UCLA investigates Zeta Beta Tau’s weekender

Monday, July 1, 1996 By John Digrado Summer Bruin Senior Staff UCLA’s Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) chapter may face the toughest challenge in the history of its brotherhood in the coming weeks as three members of the fraternity face possible indictment in Palm Springs for the alleged rape of a fellow UCLA student. Read more...


Jerry¹s is newest special on Village menu

By Karen Duryea Summer Bruin Senior Staff It was all bagels and Broadway at last Tuesday’s grand opening of Jerry’s Famous Deli in Westwood Village. June 18 marked the first day of business for the 24-hour deli, destined to become a new stomping ground for UCLA students and neighboring residents alike. Read more...


Special Olympics provide ‘training for life’

By Edina Lekovic Summer Bruin Senior Staff Shouting their oath, "Let me win; but if I cannot win let me be brave in the attempt," more than 1300 athletes stood in Drake Stadium on Friday, officially opening the first annual Southern California Special Olympics Summer Games. Read more...


Ackerman scheduled to reopen in Fall

Closure of A, B levels produces fears among students of job lossesBy John Digrado Summer Bruin Senior Staff In the latest chapter of the ongoing saga of UCLA’s construction, students’ association officials have closed two of Ackerman Union’s most important floors for the summer months. Read more...