Monday, October 21

SAGE continues push for union recognition

SAGE continues push for union recognition SAGE addresses administration to avoid spring strike By Betty Song In order to avoid a spring quarter labor strike, members of the graduate student employee union continued efforts to meet with Chancellor Charles Young for the negotiation of union recognition. Read more...


Students support affirmative action

Students support affirmative action Rally, march commemorate history of UCLA’s activism By Jennifer K. Morita Daily Bruin Staff In 1969, the Asian Radical Movement protested for two days in front of Murphy Hall to ensure that the adoption of ethnic studies was not meant just to placate minority students. Read more...



Cleanliness standards strain roommate relations

Cleanliness standards strain roommate relations Neatness a low priority for some in college dormlife By Kimberly Mackesy Spores. Filth. Roaches. While these words may conjure up images of a tenement slum, some Bruins may be surprised to discover that they aptly describe something closer to home ­ student housing. Read more...


Regents approve professional school fee hike

Regents approve professional school fee hike By Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Senior Staff Despite its billing as the affirmative action "showdown," last month’s University of California Regents’ meeting at UCLA dealt more with budgets and numbers than diversity and multiculturalism. Read more...


Bruins reign in Oklahoma

Bruins reign in Oklahoma By Randy Satterburg Daily Bruin Staff SEATTLE, Wash. — The top-seeded and top-ranked UCLA men’s basketball team advanced to the NCAA title game for the first time in 15 years Saturday when the Bruins defeated fourth-seeded Oklahoma State, 74-61. Read more...