MAY 19, 1994 (Volume 14, No. 18)
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Special 75th Anniversary Edition
CLINTON TO SPEAK AT CONVOCATION - Clinton to be key speaker at an academic convocation in honor of UCLA's 75th anniversary. He will receive the UCLA Medal.
A MESSAGE FROM CHANCELLOR YOUNG - Chancellor's message on convocation to kick off a yearlong celebration of 75th anniversary events.
UCLA CELEBRATES 75 EVENTFUL YEARS OF HISTORY - A summary of historic, landmark events marking the university's 75 years.
ACADEMICS TO ZANINESS: STUDENT LIFESTYLES RUN GAMUT FROM A TO Z - Student traditions, such as the pajamarino, the Homecoming bonfire, Tie-Up and Tug of War, are a colorful part of UCLA's history.
SYMPOSIUM TO FOCUS ON MAJOR POLICY ISSUES - "New Directions For California" will focus on the local economy and launch a series of programs as part of the 75th anniversary celebration.
LONG-TIMERS REFLECT ON CHANGES THROUGH YEARS - Student Angela James, faculty member David Kaplan, staff member Raymond Goldstone reflect on changes in campus attitudes, issues, concerns along with their personal histories at UCLA.
UCLA COMPARATIVE STATISTICS - Statistics on enrollment, faculty, degree programs, library volumes, contracts, grants, operating budgets, campus buildings.
FROM FOUR ORIGINAL BUILDINGS… A MIGHTY CAMPUS GREW - Photographs illustrating physical growth of the campus.
HIGHLIGHTS OF UCLA'S 75 YEARS - Photos, historical timeline.
LEADERS GIVE PERSPECTIVES, INSIGHTS ON FUTURE OF UCLA - C. Kumar Patel, John Curry, Carole Goldberg-Ambrose, Robert Rosenzweig discuss what future trends, directions, challenges lie ahead.
WWII PUT DAMPER ON 25TH ANNIVERSARY, BUT GALA CELEBRATIONS IN '69 HIGHLIGHTED 50TH BASH - UCLA's past celebrations of its 25th, 50th anniversaries recalled.
NEWS SECTION (May 19, 1994)
VETERAN SHERIFF'S OFFICER WILL BE NEW POLICE CHIEF - Veteran Los Angeles Sheriff's Commander Clarence Chapman selected as UCLA's new chief of police, to start June 1.
195 FACULTY TO TAKE VERIP - 195 UCLA faculty will retire under the Voluntary Early Retirement Incentive Program III as of July 1, 1994.
UCLA, MILKEN CANCEL CONTRACT - EEN Communications Network, UCLA have terminated their agreement on the production of educational videotapes of business classes co-taught by Michael Milken at UCLA.
PHYSICS PROFESSOR DEVISES PLAN TO CLOSE EARTH'S OZONE HOLE - Physics Professor Alfred Y. Wong devises plan to heal, reverse the process of ozone depletion.
NEW CENTER TO RESEARCH HEALTH POLICY ISSUES - New center within the School of Public Health will provide information on health policy issues to legislators, community and private-sector leaders. E. Richard Brown, director.