Thursday, February 20

Testing service cancels February GRE

Testing service cancels February GRE Princeton Review officials denounce policy, criticize computerized test By Allyssa Lee The recent cancellation of February’s Graduate Record Examination has prompted the Princeton Review test preparation center to threaten legal action against exam administrators. Read more...


Media explores community role

Media explores community role By Rashmi Nijagal With the onslaught of television and advancing technology, many believe newspapers may be a dying breed. However, a new type of print media is emerging where journalists are taking a hard look at community issues by facilitating discussions within the community itself. Read more...


Construction costs to fall on Bruins

Construction costs to fall on Bruins Students expected to pay $113 fee for seismic renovation By Patrick Kerkstra There is a bill attached to the seismic reconstruction of Kerckhoff Hall and Ackerman Union ­ and Bruins will be the ones paying it through a new student seismic fee. Read more...


Town hall to address American identity

Town hall to address American identity Panelists, audience to examine class, culture, ethnicity By Phillip Carter Daily Bruin Senior Staff Moore 100 will play host to a town hall discussion titled "The American Identity" Wednesday at 7 p.m., with panelists discussing issues including the aftermath of Proposition 187 and the meaning of being an American, among others. Read more...


Winter Bruin fall program offers smooth transition

Winter Bruin fall program offers smooth transition Winter admits take extension classes, can live on campus By Shani Pines With 500-person lecture halls, thousands of students roaming campus and more activities than you can count, the first quarter at UCLA can be overwhelming even to the hardiest freshmen. Read more...


Ethnic studies centers expanding

Ethnic studies centers expanding Centers overcome challenges, make advancements By Betty Song After 25 years of existence, UCLA’s ethnic studies programs continue to grow. As they tackle new challenges and meet new needs, the centers’ silver anniversary marks a celebration of achievements past and present. Read more...


Twenty-five years of history

Twenty-five years of history African-American studies: remembering the journey By Nancy Hsu Daily Bruin Senior Staff J.Daniel "Skip" Johnson ate his lunch with a dozen other African-American students and a professor outside Ackerman Union one hot summer afternoon. Read more...