Tuesday, February 18

Letters

Bruin ad renders harmful symbols Editor: I couldn’t help but be a bit confused by your June 3 (page 18) ad for Assistant Editor of the Daily Bruin which begins "Don’t be a peasant!" and which supposedly illustrates this point by depicting a foreground image of a woman riding side-saddle on a slow horse. Read more...


Remembering the kindness of Professor Majl Ewing

Alumnus reflects on first impressions that belied scholar’s warm demeanorMany of us old English majors who attended UCLA in the mid-to-late 1940s remember Professor Majl Ewing with a mixture of impressions: fear (he could be a terror in the lecture room), negativity, indifference, or even warmth, as in my case. Read more...