MARCH 25, 1993
ISSUE (VOL. 13, NO. 13)
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REGENTS OK BUDGET CUTS, FEE INCREASES - Budget cuts, fee increases approved at Regents meeting. With salary chart.
LASER DEVICE IS BREAKTHROUGH FOR USE OF ACCELERATORS IN PHYSICS - Laser-plasma accelerator built at UCLA will benefit high-energy physics.
PROS LEND TALENTS TO ARTS SCHOOL - Professionals teach arts classes in an effort to blend public arts and leading professionals with academic programs.
TURCO MIXES HUMOR, EXPERTISE IN FACULTY RESEARCH LECTURE - Richard Turco, atmospheric sciences, delivered Faculty Research Lecture.
EXHIBIT BRINGS CELEBRATION OF MURPHY BIRTHDAY TO CLOSE - Birthday celebration closes with Wight Gallery exhibit, reception.
UCLA SECTION OF STONE CANYON WILL BE RENAMED ROYCE DRIVE - Section of Stone Canyon will be renamed Royce Drive.
CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN IN APRIL ON WOODEN EAST - Construction to start on addition to Wooden Center that will house ASUCLA operations during seismic renovations to Kerckhoff and Ackerman.
NEW STUDY CLARIFIES DIFFERENCES IN MALE, FEMALE BRAIN FUNCTIONS - Study clarifies differences in male, female brain functions.
ENERGY PROJECT PICKS UP STEAM - Photos, cutline; Chiller/Cogeneration Facility.
SALARY CHART -- Effect of 5% pay cut on salary levels; Sidebar to BUDGET
MESSAGE FROM THE CHANCELLOR - Campus should pull together in these tough times.
REPORT OUTLINES TO INCREASE LATINO ENROLLMENT - Report outlines steps to increase Latino enrollment.
SENATE TASK FORCE CONDEMNS BIAS AGAINST GAYS IN ROTC PROGRAM – UCLA should remove the program if they do not abolish policies that discriminate against homosexuals.
WORKSHOP ADDRESSES HATE SPEECH - Workshop on hate speech.
BUSINESS FORECASTER EARNS ESTEEM THROUGHOUT U.S.
- Profile of David Hensley, Business Forecasting Project.