Monday, September 23

First year apartment blues…

By Toni Dimayuga Daily Bruin Contributor At about noon on a Saturday morning, Keith Nakamura is eating lunch – leftover Persian food. In his sparsely furnished Tiverton apartment there is no real dining table or chairs, so he opts to eat standing by the sink. Read more...



What I did for summer vacation

By Linda Yoon Daily Bruin Contributor As a guest lecturer in Holland, Robert B. Edgerton, a professor in Residence Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences/Anthropology, was taken aback when university students challenged and questioned his teachings. Read more...


Bill simplifies federal loan disbursement

By Brooke Olson Daily Bruin Staff In a move designed to infuse a governmental program with private sector innovation, Gov. Pete Wilson last week signed a far-reaching higher education bill that restructures the way California operates its federal student loan program. Read more...


Rock the vote

Thursday, October 3, 1996GENEVIEVE LIANG As part of their Death of Education campaign, the undergraduate council set up tombstones yesterday to emphasize the importance of voting in November’s election. Read more...


Regents return to UCLA roost

By Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Staff Indicating a major reversal in UC policy for Board of Regents’ meetings, UC President Richard Atkinson said on Tuesday that he would recommend resuming rotation of meetings between UC campuses. Read more...


Reward money to convict campus slayer increase

By John Digrado Daily Bruin Senior Staff In response to the Sept. 15 murder of 37-year-old Central Ticket Office employee Kevin Jeske, the Los Angeles City Council and County Board of Supervisors have each approved $10,000 contributions to the reward pool for information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of Jeske’s murderer. Read more...