Friday, March 22


Letters

Graffiti hurts UCLA Editor: Walking to physics class Friday, I was enraged as I saw graffiti spray painted on Bruin Walk and on campus walls. Let me say from the very beginning that it is not the actual message represented by the graffiti that enrages me, but it is the simple fact that some people had the nerve to destroy our beautiful campus. Read more...


Not everyone gets child care the UCLA way

 February 20, 1996 Not everyone gets child care the UCLA wayFaculty and students get priority over staff at campus centers By Lu Huang When I read Viewpoint’s story about UCLA child care ("Child care, the UCLA way," Feb. Read more...


Erecting Saber Truths

February 20, 1996′Star Wars’ innuendo reveal trilogy’s underlying purpose "Bart, Lisa, you tried really hard and you failed miserably. I guess the lesson here is never try." — Homer J. Read more...


University must protect against ethnic fraud

 February 20, 1996 University must protect against ethnic fraudRace-based admissions inaccurately affect American Indian representation on campus By Joe Nelson American Indians/Alaska Natives make up less than 1 percent of the UCLA population. Read more...


Letters

 February 20, 1996 Letters Rise up and fight! Editor: As the struggle for education as a fundamental human right continues to escalate, we must narrow our focus and tap into our power as students. Read more...


Oppression is alive and well at home, afar

Friday, February 16, 1996 Oppression is alive and well at home, afar Quran offers ways to deal with tyranny By Maryam Abdallah "… Oppression is worse than death." I must admit when I first read this statement, I was somewhat taken aback by the notion that anything could be less desirable than death. Read more...