NOVEMBER 28, 1995 (Vol. 16, No. 7)
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.
NUMBER OF HISPANIC FRESHMEN HITS ALL-TIME HIGH - Admission data collected by the Office of Academic Planning and Budget show total enrollment of Caucasian and non-Caucasian students.
HOSPITAL MAY LOSE $70M IN FED FUNDS - Medicare cuts by Congress could cost UCLA Medical Center $70 million.
RETIRED STORE OWNERS SAY 'NUTS' TO UCLA - Frank and Diane Lloyd of Huntington Beach donated $325,000 worth of hardware supplies to UCLA when they retired.
AROUND CAMPUS - Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center vaccinate skin cancer; George Buccellati, founding director, Institute of Archeology; Department of Urban Planning participates in "Market Basket"; associate professor in School of Engineering and Applied Science received $250,000 grant from National Science Foundation to study hazardous materials
SELECTION PROCESS FOR FRESHMEN TO CHANGE - Changes to UCLA admissions part of former UC President Jack W. Peltason's edict.
NEWS IN BRIEF - Fire and Ice Ball; Academic Senate supports Affirmative Action; Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts receives gift; Host Homes Program of UCLA Medical Center
PUBLIC SERVICE REMAINS KEY TO VICE CHANCELLOR'S ROLE AS UCLA'S LEGAL COUNSEL - Public service remains key to vice chancellor's role as UCLA's legal counsel.
URBAN PLANNER SETS OWN PATH TO SUCCESS AS SCHOLAR - Chair of Department of Urban Planning, working in labor and economics, and recently received grant from Urban Institute in Washington, D.C.
WHO'S NEW – Eleanor Mitchell, Head of College Library.
NAMES AND FACES - Joyce Appleby; Lyn White Jr.; Esther Grassian; John V. Richards Jr.
IN MEMORIAM - Thomas Jacobs; Diane F. Cooper; Richard E. Ashcraft
BRUIN CAUCUS LOOKS TO CONVERT CAMPUS COMMUNITY INTO CHAMPIONS FOR UNIVERSITY - Alumni Association's Governmental Relations offers faculty, staff, alumni, and students opportunity to champion university among elected officials.
LEGISLATION COULD CLAMP LID ON LOBBYING - Federal Grants would be cut off to nonprofits that use certain amount for lobbying.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE - Legislative Forum of the Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Council; staff involved with county legislators; External Relations Committee of the Board of Visitors; Outreach efforts by Office of Community and Governmental Relations
DIALOGUE FIRST STEP FOR ED NETWORK - UCLA, California Community College and California University systems, and USC met with Senate Select Committee on Higher Education chair Tom Hayden and Hilda Solis to pool resources and address urban, economic, and social woes.
ROLES FOR VOULUNTEERS ABOUND - Friends of Archeology spend their golden years digging up bones.
CAMPUS RESIDENTS FIND THEMES TO LIVE BY - Theme floors in UCLA residence halls and suites offer students a choice of campus lifestyles that range from arts to the great outdoors.
PROGRAMS PUT INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AT EASE - Office of International students and Scholars and the International Student Center extend a guiding hand to orient and acclimate new students.
CAMPUS LIFE AND TIMES - Bruin OnLine; Top Scholars; Marion and Robert S. Wilson Medical Student Center; UCLA Jobtrak OnLine
PLAYERS IN BUDGET CONFLICT ARE BAD ACTORS - Opinion - John B. Bader, Associate Director of the UCLA Center for American Politics and Public Policy in Washington, D.C.
RACE MUST REMAIN PART OF THE CULTURE - Opinion -Carol Petersen, Vice Provost of the College of Letters and Science.
SARAJEVO AND BOSNIA: MEMORIES OF THE PAST AND HOPE FOR THE FUTURE - Opinion - Barisa Krekic, Emeritus Professor of history.
SATURDAY AT THE HAMMER - UCLA/Armand Hammer Museum welcomes children on Saturday for stories, music, and other arts in their "Children for Children" and "Draw Me a Story" programs.