Friday, April 19


Academic student employees send message home

Monday, April 15, 1996 Protesters chant for union recognition at Young’s residenceBy Michael Angell Daily Bruin Contributor Protesters demanding union recognition took their fight 50 miles west of Murphy Hall, straight to Chancellor Charles Young’s home. Read more...


Court denies plea to block voter-bound civil rights initiative

Monday, April 15, 1996 Petition’s failure based on legal technicalities and 100-word limitationBy John Digrado Daily Bruin Staff Denying a last-ditch effort to keep the California Civil Rights Initiative from going to voters, state Supreme Court officials denied a citizen’s petition to have the measure thrown off the November ballot last Wednesday. Read more...


Graduate association elections loom

Monday, April 15, 1996 Internal vice president only position up for grabs as others go unopposed By Ryan Ozimek Daily Bruin Contributor With the candidates for president and external vice president running unopposed, graduate students will be choosing only the fate of next year’s Graduate Students Association two internal vice president candidates. Read more...


Immigration events spur policy discussion

Monday, April 15, 1996 Some insist that law enforcement policy abuses civil rightsBy Michelle Best Daily Bruin Contributor In the aftermath of the recent beating of two Mexican immigrants in Riverside County, and the death of seven illegal immigrants near Temecula, questions have risen about how best to deal with illegal immigration ­ and how to avoid the horrifying incidents of the last two weeks. Read more...


Fun in the sun

Friday, April 12, 1996SUSIE CHU/Daily Bruin Students enjoy the sun in the new courtyard on the south side of Powell Library, an area slowly becoming a favorite spot for Bruins to study and relax. Read more...


Appeals inundate UCLA’s admissions office

Friday, April 12, 1996 Officials see increase in freshmen applicants seeking re-evaluationBy Rachanee Srisavasdi Daily Bruin Staff Each year, UCLA breaks a countless number of hearts,denying admissions to thousands of qualified high school students. Read more...