Thursday, December 12

‘Greek’ doesn’t mean ‘sellout’

Thursday, May 9, 1996 Asian/Pacific Islanders in fraternities and sororities maintain ties to heritageBy Clarisse Cristobal During my three years at UCLA, I have regretfully come to the conclusion that many individuals in the UCLA community are very confused and ignorant. Read more...



Letters

Thursday, May 9, 1996Rally lies Editor: On May 6, the Daily Bruin set a new standard for journalism. Everything you reported in "Anti-immigrant rally draws 200" was a complete misrepresentation of the facts. Read more...


Tapping lessons from life’s keg

Wednesday, May 8, 1996 You’d be amazed at what you can learn standing around I was standing in line the other day. Not at Murphy (surprise, I graduated), not at the bank (because I have no money), not at the grocery store (because my roomie Dana is a checker at Vons, and he’s the fastest checker on the West Coast, so there are no lines). Read more...


Sage Illustration

Wednesday, May 8, 1996 Nonrecognition backed only by poor excusesBy Bob Lee On his way from his Neuropsychiatric Institute lab to Murphy Hall, Dr. Robin Fisher suspended his quest for new scintigraphic methods applications and assumed the persona of the union-busting administrator, Associate Dean Robin Fisher. Read more...


Union’s behavior not in keeping with proper conduct

Wednesday, May 8, 1996 Union’s behavior not in keeping with proper conductBy Robin Fisher here there is no vision, the people perish; but he that keepeth the law, happy is he." ­ Proverbs 29:18 The Student Association of Graduate Employees/United Auto Workers has mounted a major effort during the last few years to obtain union recognition by UCLA for the purposes of collective bargaining. Read more...


Directors need to rethink smoking in productions

Wednesday, May 8, 1996 Take into account health of actors and play-going audience By Dr. Richard P. Usatine I recently had the pleasure of seeing the UCLA theater department’s production of the Pulitzer Award-winning "Kentucky Cycle." The acting and direction were superb, and the play is a powerful and thoughtful piece that spans 200 years of Kentucky history. Read more...