OCTOBER 21, 1993 (Vol. 14 No. 2)
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UC REVIEWING POLICIES ON STUDENT FEES, AID - Interview with President; discussion focuses on UC's re-looking at policy of keeping student fees low, sliding fees.
ADMISSION PRESSURED PREDICTED - Leo Estrada talks about demographics at historic joint meeting of the governing boards of UC and CSU.
GRADUATE ADDRESS: STUDENTS URGED TO HELP SOLVE PROBLEMS - Coverage of annual Chancellor's Graduate Students Address.
RESEARCHERS SEE OBSTACLES TO EFFECTIVE AIDS VACCINE – Two UCLA psychologists believe that more emphasis should be placed on prevention, treatment and education of AIDS and not on the search for a vaccine.
BENEFITS SIGN-UP STARTS NOV. 1 - Open enrollment starts November 1.
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL PLAYER IS NCAA AWARD FINALIST - Lisa Fernandez, softball star, is named one of 10 finalists for 1993 NCAA Woman of Year award.
WOMEN'S CENTER SPONSORS 2 SELF-DEFENSE WORKSHOPS - Women's Center sponsors self-defense workshops.
ANDERSON IN PARTNERSHIP WITH JAPANESE UNIVERSITY - AGSM in partnership with Japan's Showa University of Music.
STEVENS HOUSE ALUMNAE TO HONOR HAVEN FOR STUDENTS OF ALL RACES - Alumnae celebrate home that provided haven for women students of all races; scholarships set up.
PROGRAM FINDS FRIENDS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - Friendship Family Program matches newly arrived international students with people of similar interests.
RESTRICTIONS LIFTED ON SALE OF UNIVERSITY-BUILT HOMES - Restrictions lifted on sale of homes in the Westchester Bluffs development.
VIRTUAL REALITY SYSTEM TO ASSIST REBUILD EFFORTS - City recently bought a system that will enable an interdisciplinary UCLA team to develop housing plans for a Pico-Union neighborhood.
REGENTS ENDORSE EXTENSION OF TAX TO HELP SUPPORT UC - Regents endorse Prop. 172, which would extend half-cent sales tax to fund local safety services.
WAR VICTIMS WORLDWIDE GET AID WITH PROSTHESES - Timothy Staats, director of Prosthetics Education at Med Center, works around the world helping victims of war. Recently was honored for teaching limb-making in Laos.
DOCTORS RALLY TO HELP CROATIAN WOMAN - Med Center doctors help woman with abnormal knot of blood vessels in her brain. Brought here from Croatia.