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WHOSNEW

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
WHO'S NEW DAVID LANGNESS Position: Director, Health Sciences Communications Background: Langness began his career teaching English at Arizona State University in the early '70s. After a few years he switched gears, working as a journalist at such ...
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UCLA4U

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
CAMPUS LINKS TO A WORLD OF TRAVEL It doesn't matter how much you love your job or how blue and gold is your Bruin blood, everyone needs a break. Fortunately, at just such times being a Bruin is most beneficial. Through travel programs and discounts, ...
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tvviolence

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
LATEST STUDY: TV VIOLENCE ON DECLINE BY B.J. VIOLETT   While the third and final year of the Center for Communication Policy’s (CCP) exhaustive study of network television violence contained a mixed bag of conclusions, the overall outlook was that ...
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TALE

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
BY CHARLES BERST Most people at UCLA have hardly heard of the University of California's Humanities Initiative, so its 10th anniversary this year may come (and go) as a slight surprise, scarcely troubling torpid depths of indifference. This is a small ...
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STUDENTS

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
For the first time, the U.S. Air Force commissioned six UCLA dental students as officers following graduation. Class of '98 members Bruce Abe, Charles Avila, Sean Lin, Barry Morris, Leigh Sekimoto and Stephen Yune received their orders during a ...
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NAMES

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Honors and Awards David Okrent, professor emeritus in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has been selected a Fellow of the California Council on Science and Technology. Fellows collaborate on projects and advise the government, ...
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LITTLE

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
BY CYNTHIA LEE UCLA Today Staff Terry Roberts learned early how to survive growing up black in a Southern town in the '50s. Running was his preferred strategy. Once stalked by a carload of white youths while waiting for a bus, the 13-year-old Roberts ...
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LAWYER

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
BY KAREN NIKOS UCLA Today As director of litigation for the School of Law's Clinical Program, Jill Brown has returned to the very environment in which she set her own goals and prepared for a legal career that always has been partly dedicated to ...
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LATEST

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
BY B.J. VIOLETT UCLA Today Staff While the third and final year of the Center for Communication Policy's (CCP) exhaustive study of network television violence contained a mixed bag of conclusions, the overall view was that violence on TV continued to ...
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KACZYNSK

Jan 26, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
BY STUART A. KIRK Why would someone prefer to die than be diagnosed as mentally ill? This choice, apparently made by Unabomber suspect Theodore Kaczynski in his adamant and dramatic refusal to allow his attorneys to introduce a diagnosis of mental ...
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