Saturday, March 23

How height measures up

From Yao Ming to Mini Me, the impact of feet and inches has been channeled into comedic and effective marketing. Besides its use in clever commercials, height can also affect the way an individual is perceived and accepted in society. Read more...


Campus becomes virtual battlefield

For the first time in nearly a decade, the Battling Robots Competition will again be held at UCLA. Hosted by UCLA’s Eta Kappa Nu and Symantec, the competition, which is free to the public, will be held tonight from 5 to 9 pm in 3760 Boelter Hall. Read more...



College can initiate, heighten eating disorders

Keri Seymour’s commanding confidence and outgoing nature belies that only a short while ago she was recovering from a near-deadly encounter with an eating disorder. After taking several years off, this is her first semester back in school at Pasadena City College, where she is a first-year theater arts student . Read more...


Briefs

Professors elected to science academy Four UCLA professors were elected as Fellows to join the 2003 class of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. They are Computer Science Professor Leonard Kleinrock, Economics Professor Kenneth L. Read more...





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