Wednesday, May 22

Playing the blues

Wednesday, April 17, 1996GENEVIEVE LIANG (L to R): Marvin Safford and Paul Hae-yang Kim are part of the cast of "The Kentucky Cycle," now showing at the UCLA Freud Playhouse until April 20. Read more...


Lawsuit charging regents with fixed vote OK’d

Wednesday, April 17, 1996 Alleged violations of open-meeting act will be investigated in trial By Michael Howerton Daily Bruin Staff Setting the stage for another struggle over the regents’ decision, a lawsuit seeking to reinstate affirmative action in the University of California was ruled valid by a San Francisco Superior Court judge on Monday. Read more...


Tymchuk to emphasize outreach

Wednesday, April 17, 1996 Running unopposed, GSA president-elect takes helm next year By Ryan Ozimek Daily Bruin Contributor Running unopposed in this year’s Graduate Students Association (GSA) presidential election, Christopher Tymchuk will be taking helm of the association starting next school year. Read more...


United for change

Wednesday, April 17, 1996 Asian Pacific Coalition brings together groups to defy stereotypes, maintain community awareness By Patrick Marantal Daily Bruin Staff In 1975, students and faculty of the Asian American Studies Center conceived and nurtured a new child, the Asian Pacific Coalition, to represent UCLA’s Asian and Pacific Islander community. Read more...


Remembering

Wednesday, April 10, 1996GENEVIEVE LIANG Senator Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., was the keynote speaker at the annual Holocaust commemoration held at the Simon Wiesenthal Center on Sunday. Read more...


Wilson proposes to privatize law school

Wednesday, April 10, 1996 Use of private sector key to downsizing of state organizationsBy Rachanee Srisavasdi Daily Bruin Staff Gov. Pete Wilson announced sweeping reforms to significantly downsize state government last Thursday, including a proposal to transfer a University of California law school over to nonprofit or private management. Read more...


Supporters of Riverside sheriff’s deputies hold rally

Wednesday, April 10, 1996 Supporters of Riverside sheriff’s deputies hold rally Beating of Mexican immigrants prompts federal query protest By Larry Gerber The Associated Press RIVERSIDE — About 400 people rallied outside sheriff’s headquarters Monday in support of two deputies under investigation in the videotaped beating of undocumented immigrants. Read more...