Thursday, December 13

Chang captures USAC presidency

Chang captures USAC presidency Students First slate dominates elections, three runoffs scheduled By Rashmi Nijagal Daily Bruin Staff York Chang captured the undergraduate student government presidency early Friday morning, as the progressive slate returned to majority rule after two years. Read more...



Grad admissions weigh ethnicity, gender impact

Grad admissions weigh ethnicity, gender impact By Laryssa Kreiselmeyer Although the affirmative action policies of graduate programs differ from undergraduate programs, the 1996 decision of California voters will affect both alike. Read more...



Shapley garners GSA presidency

Shapley garners GSA presidency Less than 10 percent of grads turn out in polls By Betty Song Daily Bruin Staff John Shapley defeated incumbent Tim Beasley for the Graduate Student Association (GSA) presidency yesterday while Loc Nguyen and Jim Rowe captured the internal vice president and external vice president positions, respectively. Read more...


Board reconsiders student role in ASUCLA

Board reconsiders student role in ASUCLA Potential university bailout may change policy-making in the association By Patrick Kerkstra Daily Bruin Staff The roots of what eventually became the students’ association ­ and the current struggle over student control ­ can be traced back to 1882. Read more...


Campaign harassment results in complaints

Campaign harassment results in complaints Election board unable to take much action against hostilities By Rashmi Nijagal Daily Bruin Staff As tensions ran high on the last day of voting, candidates also reported increased hostilities and mudslinging during campaigning. Read more...