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ASUCLA banks on redesigned Ackerman for financial revival

Tuesday, January 14, 1997 FINANCE: New student union allows association to project small profit for 1997-98By Frances Lee Daily Bruin Contributor Keeping their fingers crossed in hopes of a financial turnaround brought about by the reopening of Ackerman Union, the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA) finally had a chance to pat themselves on the back Monday. Read more...


Crimewatch

Tuesday, January 14, 1997 During the first week of class at UCLA, university police reported crimes ranging from the theft of a blasting unit from the School of Dentistry to the pilfering of four cars from various points around campus. Read more...


Planting for the future

Tuesday, January 14, 1997 Docent program and wheelchair accessibility among the plans to revitalize gardenBy Julie Brighton Daily Bruin Contributor The Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden, an eight-acre spread displaying over half of the known plant families in the world, is renowned for its beauty and diversity. Read more...



UC Academic Senate’s efficacy, role to be evaluated

Tuesday, January 14, 1997 ADMINISTRATION: Relations with regents, jurisdiction among the issues facing task forceBy Brooke Olson Daily Bruin Staff The UC systemwide Academic Senate is undertaking an extensive review of its overall effectiveness as a partner in the UC’s system of shared governance. Read more...


Revamped UCLA store officially opens

Tuesday, January 14, 1997 ASUCLA: Association, students optimistic about new layout; Ackerman Union rededicatedBy Frances Lee Daily Bruin Contributor Amid the fanfare of blaring trumpets, the students’ association officially presented the new UCLA Store to the campus community on Monday. Read more...


Community Briefs

Budget proposal to offset rising UC costs California Governor Pete Wilson released his 1997-98 budget proposal last week, asking for state funds to freeze fee hikes and expand outreach programs. Read more...