Sunday, May 28

School of Public Policy receives grant

School of Public Policy receives grant Federal aid program gives $549,000 to improve L.A. slums By Gil Hopenstand Daily Bruin Senior Staff UCLA’s School of Public Policy and Social Research will participate in a federal program aimed at improving Los Angeles slums ­ economically and environmentally. Read more...


American Indian Studies chronicle published

American Indian Studies chronicle published Book celebrates diversity, center’s 25th anniversary By Alisa Ulferts Daily Bruin Senior Staff After enduring nearly a century of enslavement at the hands of European immigrants, members of the Cherokee Indian tribe revolted and fought with the British in the War of 1776 ­ that was just the beginning. Read more...


K.J.: Destination unknown

K.J.: Destination unknown Will fate permit Kevin Jordan to be the best receiver in UCLA football history? Due to a production error, the following article ran incompletely in the sports section on Thursday, Oct. Read more...


Pilipino Americans share history with campus

Pilipino Americans share history with campus Community presents heritage through month-long slate of lectures, exhibits By Allison Lefkowitz Daily Bruin Staff For the first time ever, the UCLA Pilipino community is sharing its history and heritage through a Pilipino American History Month. Read more...


Unusual plutonium levels found near UC lab

Unusual plutonium levels found near UC lab EPA officials stress no health hazard in public park samples By Alisa Ulferts Daily Bruin Senior Staff About a month ago, plutonium was found in a public park next to an elementary school near the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, an energy lab operated by the University of California. Read more...


Gay rights advocates protest UCLA ROTC

Gay rights advocates protest UCLA ROTC ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy sparks protest in Plaza By Donna Wong Daily Bruin Senior Staff In the midst of UCLA’s Coming Out Week, almost 100 students and community members took the stage on Thursday in Westwood Plaza again, but this time to protest the military’s "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy regarding sexual orientation in the Reserve Officer Training Corps. Read more...


Tiverton House provides patient, family comforts

Tiverton House provides patient, family comforts Local guest house shelters woman as she awaits life-saving transplant By Gil Hopenstand Daily Bruin Senior Staff Becky Hammond turns and stares out the window whenever a helicopter whisks by, wondering if it carries the lung donor for her mother, Martha Yates. Read more...