October 7, 1994 (Vol. 15, No. 5)
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ISRAEL'S FOREIGN MINISTER RECEIVES UCLA MEDAL - Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres receives UCLA Medal and gives lecture on events in Middle East.
MESSAGE FROM THE CHANCELLOR - Message from the chancellor on National Coming Out Day.
BUILDINGS UNDERGO THOROUGH QUAKE REVIEW - State and federal officials review status of campus buildings for seismic safety in wake of Jan. 17 quake.
FRESHMAN CONVOCATION KICKS OFF 1994-'95 ACADEMIC YEAR - Annual Fall Academic Convocation.
NIH SELECTS MEDICAL SCHOOL FOR WOMEN'S HEALTH STUDY - Medical School selected by NIH as center for Women's Health Initiative.
COUNCIL AWARDS TRAVEL GRANTS - UCLA scholars receive grants from American Council of Learned Societies.
UCLA IS MOST POPULAR PUBLIC CAMPUS AMONG HIGH SCHOOLERS IN 'WHO'S WHO' - Students in "Who's Who Among American High Schools" select UCLA as favorite public institution.
HIGHER ED PROF TO FILL CARTTER CHAIR - Alexander Astin appointed to Allan M. Cartter Chair in Higher Education.
SOCIETY NAMES FELLOWS - Two named to American Antiquerian Society.
NURSING SCHOLAR TO GIVE WELLNESS LECTURE - Adeline Nyamathi of nursing to give UC/Health Net Wellness lecture.
HONORS, AWARDS EARNED CAMPUSWIDE - Campus awards and honors.
EXPANDED UC CARE PLAN WILL OFFER HMO-STYLE OPTION - UC Care to offer HMO-style option.
WORK GROUP RECOMMENDS SCRAPPING EXISTING 4-TIER STAFF EMPLOYEE SYSTEM - UC work group recommends new staff employee system, elimination of current four-tier system.
CELTIC SPIRIT - Photos from Celticfest at UCLA.
NEW GRADUATE STUDENTS HEAR WORDS OF WELCOME - Annual address to new graduate students; Chancellor Young, Claudia Mitchell-Kernan, Walter Massey speakers.
LIFE CYCLE OF CAMPUS STARTS ANEW FOR FALL - Back-to-school photo package.
NEW WELLNESS CENTER NAMED FOR BRUIN ARTHUR ASHE - Regents approve Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center.
ROSE BOWL TICKET SUIT BEFORE JUDGE - Judge in Wisconsin to decide whether to dismiss UC from lawsuit over Rose Bowl tickets.
STOMPIN TO THE RHYTHM OF A TRASHY BEAT - Feature on STOMP at Wadsworth Theater.
MED FACULTY LAUNCH COURSE ON WOMEN'S HEALTH ISSUES - Mitzi Krocker and Jodi Friedman of the School of Medicine teach new class on women's health issues in College of Letters & Science.