Monday, September 23

Undergrad government hears ASUCLA report on loss

Undergrad government hears ASUCLA report on loss Council optimistic about solutions to budget crisis Rashmi Nijagal Daily Bruin Staff This week the undergraduate student council reacted with optimism to the efforts of resolving current financial difficulties within the Associated Students UCLA. Read more...


New treatment helps end newborn blindness

New treatment helps end newborn blindness UCLA researchers find inexpensive solution for developing countries By Janice Luo UCLA researchers have discovered a new, inexpensive eye treatment that will help reduce the incidences of blindness around the world. Read more...


Officials to set criteria for campus groups

Officials to set criteria for campus groups By Nancy Hsu Daily Bruin Senior Staff Officials charged with establishing a set of criteria to distinguish a cultural campus group from a religious one said they have met their March 1 deadline, but won’t comment further on their decision until it is reviewed by other administrators. Read more...


‘Renaissance’ transforms Village

‘Renaissance’ transforms Village By Hedyeh Melamed Imagine a once safe and lively village famous for its quaint restaurants, late night strolls, ice-cream parlors, entertainment and coffee houses suddenly transforming into a town plagued with its lack of competitiveness, the recession and publicized incidents of crime. Read more...


SAGE to vote for support of two-day strike

SAGE to vote for support of two-day strike Employees continue fight for recognition from administration By Betty Song As the next step in the ongoing battle for union recognition from the UCLA administration, the Student Association of Graduate Employees (SAGE) will vote tonight on whether to give authorization for a two-day labor strike early spring quarter. Read more...


Cable installation runs into difficulty

Cable installation runs into difficulty Student reactions mixed as wiring schedule delayed By Kimberly Mackesy The lengthy and long-awaited process of in-room cable installation at the dorms began in Hedrick Hall on Tuesday morning. Read more...


Custodians reveal filthy secrets of UCLA campus

Custodians reveal filthy secrets of UCLA campus By Matt Sorokotyazh To some people, nothing is more important than decent rest rooms. Yet clean restrooms are often taken for granted and people who maintain them are not given their due. Read more...