Wednesday, June 26

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...




UCLA diversity myth shattered by growing ethnic division

Sunday, June 9, 1996 My orientation group was walking between Royce and Powell on a scorching summer day when I first heard that line. "UCLA boasts one of the most diverse student populations among college campuses in the United States," said my orientation counselor, somewhat robotically. Read more...


Ethnic graduations offer more

Sunday, June 9, 1996 By Rachel Kelley Daily Bruin Contributor Ethnic graduations have become a popular alternative to the traditional commencement ceremonies for many UCLA students. Read more...


Through the eyes of our graduates

Sunday, June 9, 1996 Beauty around UCLA extends beyond campusGraduating senior Michelle Antic recalls a time when the beauty of UCLA’s architecture overwhelmed her. "I went to the senior reception in Powell Library and it made me sick, it’s so beautiful," Antic said. Read more...