MAY 6, 1993
ISSUE (VOL. 13, 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.
CHICANO STUDIES STATUS RETAINED AFTER REVIEW - Decision on Chicano studies; will remain interdepartmental program; joint faculty appointments possible.
MARDI GRAS: A FAMILY AFFAIR - Big feature on upcoming Mardi Gras, why it's different this year (family appeal).
WHARTON PROFESSOR NAMED NEW ANDERSON SCHOOL DEAN - William Pierskalla, Wharton professor, named dean of AGSM.
TRAVEL PROGRAM OFFERS DISCOUNTS - Campus' One-Stop Travel Program trying to expand its appeal and its ability to get group discounts by consulting with departments to tailor travel arrangements and paperwork to their needs.
PEGGY SHEFFIELD – Pianist and senior lecturer emeritus in Music Dept. – Obit.
TOWELL DESIGN WINS AWARD - Short story on Towell winning architecture awards for its unique and unusual design.
DEMOGRAPHER JUDITH BLAKE DIES AT 66 - Judith Blake, demographer and professor emeritus of School of Public Health. – Obit.
SISSON TO LEAVE UCLA FOR POST AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY - Richard Sisson, senior vice chancellor for academic affairs, appointed to post at Ohio State Univ.
NEW STORE INFUSED WITH BRUIN SPIRIT - New ASUCLA store opened in Universal City's City Walk complex; offers videos of the campus, information on registration, etc.; first such "outpost" of UCLA.
REYNOSO NAMED TO U.S. CIVIL RIGHTS PANEL - Cruz Reynoso, law school professor and former associate justice for Calif. Supreme Court, appointed to serve on U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS TURN ROAD WARRIORS IN FARE WARS - Students compete in complex computer-programming contest depicting a "taxi-fare war."
FORUM HELD ON LOCAL ECONOMY - Special city hearing on "an economic vision for a new Los Angeles" to be held at the Faculty Center.
RENOVATION TO BEGIN ON YOUNG HALL'S EAST WING - Seismic work on Young Hall to start in May.
WORLDFEST'S GRAND FINALE - Grand finale of weeklong int'l arts program (photos and caption).
STEIN DOCTORS OPERATE ON BOSNIAN BOY - Jules Stein eye doctors treated Bosnian boy blinded by artillery shell explosion.
STUDENT HEALTH ESTABLISHES SATELLITE IN PAULEY - Student Health Service recently set up a satellite shop for minor health problems and peer health education in Pauley Pavilion.
HISTORIAN DOCUMENTS STATE'S WASTEFUL WATER WAYS - Despite winter's heavy rains, California could face permanent drought conditions as a result of the state's failure to develop a coherent water policy, population growth and other forces; from a study by UCLA historian Norris Hundley Jr.
DIRECTOR OF UNICAMP KNOWS HOW TO ROUGH IT - Profile of Karen Howard, director of UniCamp, which receives Mardi Gras proceeds. Pkg w/ MARDI.
EVENTS MARK ANNIVERSARY OF UNREST
- Events on campus mark the one-year anniversary of the riot.