Monday, June 24

‘Chain of Survivors’ commemorates rape victims

 ‘Chain of Survivors’ commemorates rape victimsWomynist Collective sponsors Bruin Walk call for awareness By Lena Hicks Daily Bruin Contributor Amid the clamor of Bruin Walk, a display banner reading "Attach a link to the ‘Chain of Survivors’" caught the eye of several traveling students last week. Read more...


Tutorial program accused of discrimination

 Tutorial program accused of discriminationService applicants say affirmative action stance affected hiring By Rachanee Srisavasdi Daily Bruin Contributor A UCLA student program geared toward helping minority and low-income students possibly infringes on privacy and First Amendment rights. Read more...


Muslim students rally for freedom

 Muslim students rally for freedom Activists support social changes, religious unity By Patrick Marantal Daily Bruin Contributor Amid the sounds of the crowd and the heat of the sun, voices amplified through a microphone rang like a distinct, clarion call to the students passing by. Read more...


UC Regents sued by Daily Nexus

 UC Regents sued by Daily NexusUC Santa Barbara staff reporter claims board violated rules By Michael Howerton Daily Bruin Staff SAN FRANCISCO — University of California, Santa Barbara’s student newspaper filed a lawsuit against the Board of Regents, claiming that the board violated the open meeting rule when they voted to eliminate affirmative action from the university’s admissions and hiring policies. Read more...


Stricter regulations put on human research

 Stricter regulations put on human researchUCLA experiments now approved by separate committee By Andrew Scholer Daily Bruin Contributor A federal investigation of a patient’s suicide at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute has resulted in significant changes in the university’s processes for approving the use of human subjects in research. Read more...


In the name of education

In the name of education By Karen Duryea Daily Bruin Staff The 225 high school students from the inner city who gathered in Ackerman Grand Ballroom stared at their surroundings, awed by the looming size of the room. Read more...


Immigrants more likely to be victims of homicide

Immigrants more likely to be victims of homicide Study finds increased risk for foreign-born living in California By Jennifer K. Morita Daily Bruin Staff California is not a safe haven for immigrants, who are more likely to be victims of homicide than people born in the United States, a UCLA School of Public Health study revealed. Read more...