Thursday, August 22

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...


A dirty mind is a hard thing to waste

A dirty mind is a hard thing to waste Men’s lusty thoughts are part of their carnal self By Chieh Li Chieng Daily Bruin Columnist In the wild, oft-dangerous realm of nature, male caribou sometimes engage each other in dangerous displays of combat in order to win the privilege of courting the females of the species, while female insects discharge chemical pheromones to which hapless male insects find themselves irresistibly drawn. Read more...


Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor He’s no prince … Editor: Princeton Kim is a disgrace to the Asian American community. As one of the MANY, MANY Asian Pacific Islanders all over the world struggling for social change and community empowerment, I am personally affronted by Kim’s sexism and ignorance ("Putting the man back in manpower," Jan. Read more...



Faculty members contesting SP resolutions speak out

Faculty members contesting SP resolutions speak out Professors restate reasons to rescind proposed measures Reasons in favor of rescinding measures restated by professors By Victor Wolfenstein andEllen Dubois We are currently nearing the end of the two-week period during which faculty members of the UCLA Academic Senate are permitted to vote on the senate mail-ballot resolution requesting that the regents rescind SP-1 and SP-2. Read more...


Program helps steer youths away from gangs

Program helps steer youths away from gangs Volunteers work to guide problematic children toward safe after-school activities By Walter E. Pineda Someday during the month of December 1995, I was walking into an apartment building and noticed a group of four kids hanging outside the front entrance. Read more...