Wednesday, August 21

Welcome to UCLA

Sunday, August 25, 1996 By Linda Yoon Summer Bruin Contributor The heat of the summer brings to UCLA a glimpse of new beginnings and additions to the Bruin community. Read more...


UCLA suspends ZBT charter during Fall ’96

Sunday, August 25, 1996 Fraternity prohibited from school-sponsored events; alcohol violations citedBy Scott P. Stimson Summer Bruin Contributor On Tuesday, Aug. 20, UCLA officials announced their decision to suspend the Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) fraternity’s charter during the Fall 1996 quarter for violations of university alcohol policies that occurred at ZBT’s weekender party in Palm Springs in early June. Read more...


Republicans look to broaden appeal

Sunday, August 18, 1996 Party sets differences aside to unite behind Dole at convention By John Digrado Summer Bruin Senior Staff SAN DIEGO — Heralding a new era in American politics, thousands of Republican delegates and politicians formally kicked off their party’s bid for the White House last week with their four-day National Convention in San Diego. Read more...


Green Party visits Dykstra Hall

Monday, August 19, 1996 Group’s platform focuses on progressive activism, involvement of young peopleBy Scott Stimson Summer Bruin Contributor A week after the Republicans finished their national convention in San Diego, the Green Party came to UCLA to hold their first national presidential convention. Read more...


The Iranian American Festival

Monday, August 19, 1996 PATRICK LAM/Daily BruinAMY PENG/Daily BruinPATRICK LAM/Daily Bruin JUSTIN WARREN/Daily BruinJUSTIN WARREN/Daily Bruin(Clockwise from top) Twenty thousand people were expected to attend the Iranian-American Summer Festival Saturday and Sunday. Read more...



Helium-filled airships hope in ozone repair

Monday, August 19, 1996 UCLA physicist developed zinc screens to reverse depletionBy Scott Stimson Summer Bruin Contributor The solution to ozone layer depletion and the preservation of life on the planet may very well come from UCLA. Read more...