APRIL 22, 1996 (Volume 16, 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.
NEW HOUSING, PARKING SLATED FOR CAMPUS - Plans unveiled for upcoming construction that will include more parking and recreational facilities in the area of the Wooden Center and a 700-bed student-residence complex for the northwest campus.
REPORT SHOWS CONTRIBUTIONS MADE BY ASIAN IMMIGRANTS - Report from Asian American Studies Center and Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics shows major contributions to U.S economic growth.
LECTURER ROCKS OUT AT HIS ROCKIN' B RANCH - Film instructor Scott Brownlee commutes from his Washington Ranch.
AROUND CAMPUS BRIEFS - Korean-American collection; Clark & B.J. Cornell building at Anderson school; Science & Technology Research building under construction
KENNEL OFFERS HIS VIEW OF UCLA'S FUTURE - Executive Vice Chancellor Charles F. Kennel formulating plans and working with Responsibility Center Management.
NEWS IN BRIEF - ACLU suing Gov. Pete Wilson; Olympic torch through Westwood; UPTE to represent RX; Fan Appreciation Day
LIBRARIAN STEERS POWELL'S REBIRTH AS LEARNING CENTER - Eleanor Mitchell guides the technological rebirth of library's learning center.
STUNT RANCH DIRECTOR OPENS WINDOW TO LOCAL ENVIRONMENT - Biologist Phil Rundel is th director of an environmental program in the Santa Monica Mountains.
WHO'S NEW - JOHN BALDESSARI - Visiting professor in the Department of Art, School of the Arts and Architecture
NAMES AND FACES - Henry Hopkins, Lane Ryo Hirabayashi, Peretz P. Friedmann, Melvin Seeman
IN MEMORIAM - Albert Kattus, Leonard J. Pieroni
ELECTRONIC RECRUITER CREATES OPPORTUNITY - Campus Human Resources job specialist Greg Duran teaches unemployed people at the East Los Angeles Commuity Union's Education Foundation Center how to write a resume.
FIVE UNITS JOIN TO CREATE COMPUTER LAB - OAC, Social Sciences Division, Humanities Division, University Library and the Office of Instructional Development join to create state-of-the-art facility in Powell.
WIRED WORLD BRIEFS - School of Engineering and Applied Science data compression technique, Computer Links to SMC in Chemistry, virtual screenwriting, laptop users get Bruin Online.
EXTENSION HELPING PROFESSIONALS KEEP UP IN DIGITAL AGE - Courses help professionals keep up in the Digital Age.
FACULTY NEW MEDIA CENTER OFFERS NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR NEW IDEAS - Multimedia technology at OID in Powell Library.
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES FOR UCLA STUDENTS - Edward Wiesmeier, director of SHS, and staff service student health care needs.
VACCINE COULD HELP IN FIGHT AGAINST BRAIN TUMORS - Vaccine to help fight cancer. Habib Fakhrai.
MEDICAL NEWS BRIEFS - UCLA Medical Center rated best, Center for Health Policy Research receives grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center in Pain Medicine Center trial, alcohol linked to cancer at UCLA Medical Center
TERROR AND THE MEDIA: A PUZZLING PARADOX - David C. Rapaport is director of the Center for the Study of Religion and coeditor of the Journal of Terrorism and Political Violence.
BROWN'S DEATH A TRAGIC LOSS FOR U.S. - Xandra Kayden is acting director of the UCLA Policy Forum.
SETTING A TABLE FOR FEMINIST ART - Judy Chicago brings "Dinner Party," to Hammer Museum.
A FEMINIST ARTIST'S INSPIRATION - Excerpt from "Beyond the Flower: The Autobiography of a Feminist Artist."