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Christina Jenkins


June 1, 2004 9:00 p.m.

A closer look: Grads walk for varied reasons

Walking across a temporary stage in Pauley Pavilion as the names
of 2,000 classmates scroll across the Jumbotron isn’t exactly
a picture of pomp and circumstance for every UCLA grad.

By Richard Clough and Christina Jenkins


May 11, 2004 9:00 p.m.

Election week yields eclectic art, conversation and T-shirts

Some fraction of 20,000 students woke up to Josh Lawson’s
grinning mug this morning, and that’s not something that
happens every day ““ just ask him.

By Christina Jenkins


April 18, 2004 9:00 p.m.

Monday commentary: Sorry Hahn, “˜Seabiscuit’ just can’t compete with the classics

Atlas Shrugged,” one of the best-known college cult books
there ever was, is a bit lonely these days. I saw a copy outside of
the bookstore last week for the first time since fall quarter and
got to wondering if the cult book phenomenon on college campuses is
now limited to “The Da Vinci Code.”
The energy that “Atlas” generated in the early 1960s
had an intellectual romance about it that the Harry Potter series
can’t compete with.

By Christina Jenkins

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