APRIL 8, 1993
(VOL. 13, NO. 14)
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.
EMERGENCY TRAFFIC PLAN DEVELOPED FOR CAMPUS - Transportation Services draft traffic evacuation plan.
HIGHER ED LEADERS URGE STATE SUPPORT - In a joint statement, leaders of California's higher education system urge that the state give colleges and universities a higher priority in budget decisions or face an inevitable decline in economic competitiveness and prosperity.
EXOTIC TOOL WILL OPEN WINDOW ON STUDY OF EARTH, SOLAR SYSTEM - Scientists acquire ion microprobe -- say it will revolutionize exploration and understanding of the Earth and solar system.
MOST INTENSE QUAKE WORK OF 20-YEAR PLAN NEARLY DONE - Workers nearly finished with the most-intense phase of seismic construction undertaken so far. Only Moore Hall remains to be finished in this phase of the plan. Includes Seismic Timeline.
SETTING IT STRAIGHT - Correction of March 25 chart on pay cuts.
GEARING UP FOR ENGINEER'S' WEEK - Precede on Engineer's Week at UCLA.
CHARLES GULLANS DIES - Charles B. Gullans, English professor emeritus – Obit.
KARST CHOSEN TO LECTURE - Precede on faculty lecture by law professor Kenneth Karst.
MELODY MAKERS- advance on 4/24 Spring Sing without handout art.
REVISION TO TAX LAW COULD BOOST CHARITABLE GIVING - New proposal by Clinton administration makes planned giving easier.
FINDINGS CHALLENGE VALUE OF STUDYING IN GROUPS - Study by GSE professor challenges value of group learning.
TIMELINE FOR REMAINING SEISMIC WORK - Remaining seismic work. Sidebar to SEISMIC.
CENTER PROVIDES GATEWAY FOR INTERNATIONAL VISITORS - International program of the Visitors Center given award for excellence by the National Council for International Visitors.
BUDGET CUTS: EFFECT ON PAY, BENEFITS - Q&A: budget cuts and how they will affect staff.
UCLA, HUGHES JOIN HANDS TO BOOST SCIENCE EDUCATION - UCLA involvement in Lennox schools' partnership aimed at bringing more minorities into the sciences.
SUMMARY OF CAMPUS EMERGENCY-RESPONSE PLAN
- Summary of campus emergency-response plan w/map.