(Vol. 14, No. 16)
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.
PROP 1C WOULD FUND 6 PROJECTS AT UCLA - $900 million state bond act for higher education on the June ballot would provide $25.9 million for six projects at UCLA.
HOMES SELLING - Weeks after opening sales to the public, bids and deposits start to come in for the Westchester Bluffs.
THE REBIRTH OF THE BLUES - Biologist Rudi Mattone discovers that Palos Verdes Blue butterfly, thought to be extinct, isn't.
TRANSFER STUDENTS PROGRESSING - Undergraduate Report on Persistence shows graduation rates for community college transfers have increased.
SIX UCLA SCHOLARS AWARDED GUGGENHEIMS - Tying with Harvard for second place, six UCLA scholars get the prestigious awards: Giorgio Buccellati, William A.V. Clark, Meg Cranston, Mike Rose, Mary A. Rouse.
MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP SENDS SENIOR TO ENGLAND - Senior Binh Phan, political science and geography, wins prestigious Marshall award.
MEDICAL CENTER GEARS UP TO SUPPORT AIDS RIDE '94 - Med Center personnel, others on campus contribute, participate in California AIDS Ride '94.
RESEARCH DENTIST DIES IN CAR ACCIDENT - Assistant research dentist Andrea Brunetti dies 4/3 in car crash. Husband Ken Miyasaki, assistant prof of dentistry sustains major injuries.
AIDS INSTITUTE RANKS AMONG TOP IN NATION - U.S. News & World Report calls UCLA institute one of nation's best centers for AIDS research.
FOLK FEST TO SPAN WORLD - "Music-and-Dance-on-the-Grass," 21st annual international folk festival comes to campus 5/1.
1 OF 7 FACULTY WOMEN NATIONWIDE REPORT HARASSMENT - One of 7 women faculty nationwide report harassment, according to study by Higher Education Research Institute.
SEISMIC TREMORS DAMAGE POWELL LIBRARY'S HISTORIC CEILING - Powell Library's historic Romanesque ceiling is damaged by quake, aftershocks.
HUMPHREY FELLOWS ANALYZE POLICY ISSUES FACING L.A. - Fulbright program's Humphrey Fellows, representing 50 countries, participate in conference coordinated by Extension on urban policy development.
HEAD OF URBAN PLANNING CHARTS FUTURE COURSE - Program head John Friedmann says program should be revamped to include more study of immigration, multi-culturalism and community development, if prof school restructuring goes through.
MEDICAL SCHOOL ATTRACTS BEST, BRIGHTEST STUDENTS - Despite economy and perceptions of L.A., med school continues to attract high-quality students, including many underrepresented minorities.
RESEARCHERS CALL FOR STATE RESPONSIBILITY IN WELFARE - Social welfare faculty Ailee Moon and Leonard Schneiderman call for state responsibility in welfare system now burdening counties.
REVIEW PERIOD OPENS FOR NURSING PROPOSAL - 30-day review period opens for restructuring proposal for nursing school.
CENTER ATTENDS TO NON-MEDICAL CANCER NEEDS - Rhonda Fleming Mann Resource Center for Women with Cancer opens, providing psycho-social support.
PROGRESS NOTED IN CHICANO STUDIES - Report notes progress in Chicano Studies during 1993-'94.