The past two years mark a tumultuous period in the United
States’ relations with Middle Eastern nations. U.S. forces
have fought wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and political efforts to
reduce the violence of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict have
achieved little success.
Though waged thousands of miles away, the war in Iraq did not
leave UCLA untouched. Even before the first air strikes, many
students protested against the war, while others demonstrated in
support of President Bush and U.S.
Former Vermont governor and presidential candidate Howard Dean
put his liberal credentials on display Sunday afternoon in an
address to the California Teacher’s Association.
“Let me start by saying the only chance this party has of
changing presidents is to act like Democrats and start standing up
for what we believe in again,” Dean said in his speech
delivered at the CTA State Council meeting held at the Sheraton
Gateway hotel near LAX.
The University of California announced its nominee for 2004-2005
student regent on Monday, and a Bruin got the nod.
Jodi Anderson is in her second year of doctoral studies pursuing
a degree in higher education and is a student researcher at the
UCLA Higher Education Research Institute.
SAN FRANCISCO ““ The head of the federal agency overseeing
the nation’s nuclear weapons research and stockpile advised
the University of California Board of Regents to enter the fray and
compete to continue managing Los Alamos National Laboratory.
The Bush administration is exploring the possibility of
developing a controversial new type of nuclear weapon at
laboratories managed by the University of California.
Scientists at the Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratories have begun research on a “bunker-buster”
bomb that if ever used, would be able to penetrate rock and explode
below the surface.
After two years of haggling, strikes and frustration, the
University of California has finally come to an agreement with its
The Coalition of University Employees informed the UC Wednesday
night its members had voted to accept a contract proposed by a
state mediator, pending final approval by both parties.
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