JANUARY 27, 1994
(VOL. 14, No. 10)
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.
CAMPUS MOVES TOWARD QUAKE RECOVERY - UCLA moves toward recovery from 6.6 Northridge earthquake.
UCLA COMMUTERS GET HELP COPING WITH TANGLED TRAFFIC - Transportation Services helps commuters cope with traffic due to crippled freeway system.
GRIJALVA TO HEAD CHAVEZ CENTER - Carlos Grijalva chosen as interim chair of the Cesar Chavez Center.
REGENTS HIKE FEES, INCREASE FINANCIAL AID IN BUDGET PLAN - Regents increase student fees, financial aid in budget plan.
103 UCLA STUDENTS WIN UC REGENTS SCHOLARSHIPS - 103 students win Regents Scholarships
UNIVERSITY RANKED 2ND IN COUNTRY FOR FULBRIGHTS - UCLA ranked second in country for Fulbright scholars in '92-'93.
STUDENT HEALTH CLINIC DISCONTINUES SERVICES TO FACULTY, STAFF - Student Health Clinic will only be available to students.
ISRAEL TO DESIGN ART FOR NY SUBWAY STATION - Robert Israel chosen to design art for New York subway station.
DEADLINE SET TO APPLY FOR FACULTY AWARD - Deadline set for faculty Gold Shield Prize.
KENNEL NAMED TO LEAD NASA'S EARTH PROJECT - Charles Kennel named to lead NASA's Earth project.
LAW SCHOOL RAISES FUNDS FOR LIBRARY RENOVATION - Law School raises $7 million-plus for renovation of law library.
RESEARCHERS FIND PAIN CAN SUPPRESS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM - Researchers find pain can suppress immune system.
CEOs PONDER DIRECTION OF INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY - CEOs ponder direction of the information superhighway at Summit conference.
CAMPUS REACHES OUT TO EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS – Information on help with counseling, economic, housing, transportation, work and general assistance for earthquake victims.
FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE OFFERED - Campus offers free shuttle service to Burbank Metrolink Station.
TAKING A FEMINIST APPROACH TO BREAST CARE - Profile of Susan Love, director of UCLA Comprehensive Breast Center.
NEUEN ENCOURAGES FREE MUSICAL EXPRESSION IN STUDENTS - Profile of Donald Neuen, recently appointed director of choral activities.