FEBRUARY 11, 1993
(VOL. 13, NO. 10)
This index page is for reference only; stories in this issue are not available online. Print editions may be found in the periodicals stacks of the Charles Young Research Library.
FINANCIAL AID INCREASES THROUGH GRANTS, LOANS - Amount of financial aid available has dramatically increased over the past three years through grants and loans.
UCLA MOURNS DEATH OF ARTHUR ASHE - Arthur Ashe, tennis star, humanitarian and UCLA alumnus.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS GET REVIEW WITH EYE TO FUTURE - General Education requirements under review.
URBAN YOUTHS SPEND BREAK SAMPLING CAMPUS - Urban high school students spent winter break at UCLA in program sponsored by GSE.
OPTHALMOLOGY SYMPOSIUM TO BE HELD – The first ever UC intercampus ophthalmology symposium will be held in Yosemite Valley.
JAMES E. LU VALLE DIES AT 80 - James E. Lu Valle, Olympic bronze medallist and one of UCLA's first African-American student leaders.
INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC PROGRAM FOCUS OF STUDY BY TASK FORCE - Task force to examine future of intercollegiate athletics.
MINI TOOLS COULD MAKE BIG IMPACT ON FUTURE TECHNOLOGY - SEAS researchers explore development of miniaturized technology; Center for Advanced Technology of Micro Systems to be established.
GARNERING GREENBACKS FOR UNICAMP - Photo and cutline of students collecting money.
TYPES OF FINANCIAL AID - Financial aid sources. Sidebar to AID.
HIGH STEPPIN' - Photo and cutline of step show.
COMMISSION ON U.N. EFFECTIVENESS HEARS TESTIMONY FROM 82 SPEAKERS - UCLA hosts hearing on improving effectiveness of United Nations.
FOR THE LOVE OF VALENTINE'S DAY: SCHOLAR GETS TO HEART OF HOLIDAY - Henry Ansgar Kelly, professor of English, explains origins of Valentine's Day.
STUDENTS FOCUS CAMERAS ON PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION - Film students document presidential inauguration.
AS RIOTS HIT, ARCHIVE BEGAN CHRONICLING HISTORY IN THE MAKING - Archive has extensive record of television news coverage.
TELETHON AIMS TO SAVE FADING FILM IMAGES OF THE PAST - Telethon for film preservation will benefit the Film and Television Archive.
USA TODAY HONORS STUDENT - USA Today selected Narquis Barak, a senior anthropology major, to All-USA College Academic First Team.