Tuesday, June 18

Communities react to hype, stereotypes

Thursday, June 6, 1996 Feminist groups to hold rally tonight protesting alleged greek involvementBy Marie Blanchard and Brooke Olson Daily Bruin Staff Reports of an alleged gang rape by Zeta Beta Tau fraternity members drew swarms of television crews and newspaper reporters to the campus, prompting heated debates over whether fraternities breed aggressive sexual behavior. Read more...


Roselma Samala

Wednesday, June 5, 1996 With hopes of healing divisions within the Pilipino campus community, Roselma Samala has earned the presidency of Samahang Pilipino. "There is a lot of disunity among the Pilipino organizations on-campus," said Samala, a fourth-year sociology student. Read more...


Benjamin Wang

Thursday, June 6, 1996 For those who think Muslims are solely from the Middle East, think again. That is not the case for Benjamin Wang, a second-year microbiology student and newly-elected president of the Muslim Students Association (MSA). Read more...


Actors, pro-athletes participate in charity fundraiser

Monday, June 3, 1996 ‘Race to Erase MS’ fights crippling disease with sports competitionsBy Rachel Kelley Daily Bruin Contributor The energy and optimism present at Drake Stadium Saturday indicated that those whose lives are touched by multiple sclerosis are well on their way to winning the race. Read more...



Correction

Monday, June 3, 1996 The May 31 article "Home test protects privacy but lacks in-person counseling," there was only one HIV-positive patient quoted. The Bruin regrets any confusion. Read more...


He’s going to Disneyland

Monday, June 3, 1996CHARLES KUO/Daily Bruin Medical Sciences Provost Gerald Levey (left) presents Walt Disney Company President Michael Ovitz with the UCLA Medal, the university’s highest honor. Read more...