Friday, November 16

Facing journalism’s new frontier

Facing journalism’s new frontier UCLA, 1995. We live, work and study in a world of contradictions, conflicts and confusion. "Campus unity" was a rallying cry in undergraduate student elections last spring. Read more...


Christian Right aims to undermine diversity

Christian Right aims to undermine diversity By Lisa Martinez As part of the debris swept in with the Republican tidal wave last November is the idea of the government putting its stamp of approval on school prayer ­ a very bad idea. Read more...


Support the environmental struggle

Support the environmental struggle ViewpointBy Chris Dupont Whatever station you watch, whatever paper you read, one of the most important political stories today is the Republican Revolution. Read more...




Fraternity key gives ‘legacy’ a bad name

Fraternity key gives ‘legacy’ a bad name By Liane Pritkin Who the hell does Noah Balch think he is? I was disgusted after reading the article regarding his arrest for breaking into Professor Fred Luk’s office ("Fraternity student’s life altered by arrest," Jan. Read more...


Memories of dad as Erik Estrada … young and old

Memories of dad as Erik Estrada … young and old "What a drag it is getting old." ­ The Rolling Stones "Mother’s Little Helper" Some of my worst memories are of junior high ­ being in the seventh grade and getting thrown in the showers by the eighth grade cholas, never knowing how to apply make-up without looking like I was off to join the circus, being the only girl in my locker room row who had absolutely no need for a bra. Read more...