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Promoting unity through fighting a common enemy

Monday, October 21, 1996 SOCIETY: Philanthropic advice: storm ASUCLA and demand return of the ‘Classic Joe Bruin’Hey, hey, UCLA! It is I, Viewpoint’s resident philanthropist, back again to provide useful and FREE information to you, the reader. Read more...





Social exclusiveness promotes dividing line

Friday, October 18, 1996 DIVISION: Learning from other groups’ experiences may reveal similarities It all started with a conversation, like these things often do. I’d been talking to an African-American woman and once the conversation drifted to race and politics, she said, "you know, you can never really know what I experience on a daily basis as a black woman." That got me thinking. Read more...


Letters

Friday, October 18, 1996Horey delivers epiphany with wit Often when I’m driving in traffic and someone cuts me off, nearly killing us both for the sole reason of getting into a parking lot to buy bagels or something, I inevitably ask myself, "What is this asshole thinking?" Please allow me to express my appreciation to Justin Horey ("Skinny White Jackass Writes Unfunny Column," Oct. Read more...


Leading the environmental charge

Thursday, October 17, 1996INTERVIEW: Realizing the need for a conservation ethic at the heart of issueBy Scott Lunceford Since his appointment as secretary of the Department of the Interior in 1992, Bruce Babbitt has raised plenty of hackles on both sides of the environmental fence; on one side, ranchers and industrialists accuse him of denying them the natural products of the land; on the other, environmentalists, who initially hailed his appointment as secretary, note that he often appears too ready to take urban planning concerns into consideration. Read more...