NOVEMBER 18, 1993 (Vol. 14, No. 7)
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FACULTIES VOTE TO MERGE LIBRARY, ED SCHOOLS - Faculties of Graduate School of Education and Graduate School of Library and Information Science vote to merge.
SENATE APPROVES CONTINUANCE OF INITIATIVE REVIEW - Academic Senate narrowly approves a measure allowing continuance of a review of the Professional Schools Restructuring Initiative.
IT'S OFFICIAL: RIDE WITH PRIDE - UCLA becomes first California university to offer its own license plates. Custom plates have a Bruin on them.
SCIENTISTS CELEBRATE OPENING OF NEW RESEARCH BUILDING - Officially opens Nov. 6.
NEW PROGRAM TO HELP EMPLOYEES BUILD SKILLS - New program for A&PS employees.
UCLA SENIOR RECEIVES AWARD GIVEN TO TOP MINORITY STUDENTS David Munoz wins William and Charlotte Cadbury award, which honors nation's top two minority medical students.
FESTIVE EVENTS TO MARK HOLIDAYS - Concerts, etc. listing.
CAMPUS OFFERS MANY RESOURCES TO FIRE VICTIMS – From offering shelter, to advice on dealing with insurance companies, to free toiletries, UCLA has done all they can to help those affected by the fires.
EVACUEES PROVIDE HOSPITALITY FOR HEROES OF THE FIRESTORMS - Joan Friedberg, Melvin Seeman reached out to firefighters in a special way.
RESEARCHERS FIND WAY TO SLOW, STOP KIDNEY CANCER – By isolating and activating cells with natural cancer-fighting ability the cells can attack the tumors.
PROVOST'S GOAL TO ENHANCE UNDERGRAD EDUCATION - q&A with Brian Copenhaver.
MANY UCLA EMPLOYEES RETIRE UNDER VERIP III - Report on latest VERIP, how many retired.
MOORE RENOVATION REVEALS SYMBOLIC ARTWORK - Renovation of Moore Hall reveals hand-painted, hand carved rafters and beams.
TRADE ISSUES, PUBLIC SERVICE DISCUSSED IN KANTOR VISIT - Trade Representative Mickey Kantor discusses NAFTA, pitches public service in International Law Society forum.
WILSHIRE OFFICE BUILDING'S OCCUPANCY RISES - Occupancy up in former Tishman building.
PAYING TRIBUTE TO NATIVE-AMERICAN DANCES - Charlotte Heth writes book on Native-American dance.
HOMELESS MAN GETS HELP IN QUEST TO BECOME CHEF – Lowell Thompson is realizing his dream of becoming a chef.