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SITED ON HIGH GROUND FOREVER

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   UCLA’s beginning as a teachers’ college was humble, and in adolescence it was overshadowed by the parent campus in Berkeley. A symbol was needed to proclaim its dignity and independence as an academic institution, and master planner George Kelham, ...
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REJOICE IN ROYCE REOPENING

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   Though many parts of Los Angeles lay in ruins after the devastating earthquake struck before dawn on Jan. 17, 1994, and the towers of Royce Hall were cracked through, there was never any doubt in the mind of Charles Young that UCLA’s landmark ...
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RETREAT OFFERS CAREGIVERS TIME FOR RENEWAL

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
    Katherine Brown-Saltzman could hear it in their muted voices, see it in their vacant eyes. The nurses needed healing.    So the clinical nurse specialist held a special weekend retreat, a time in the mountains when the caregivers could restore ...
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POOCHES VIE FOR SPOT ON BEDSIDE PATROL

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   If this had been the Olympics, Digger would have won a gold medal for exuberance.   Prancing in place at the end of his leash, eyes bright and eager, his tail cutting a whipsaw arc, Digger appeared to be a tightly coiled bundle of unbridled energy. ...
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FACES OF ROYCE HALL

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
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SCHOLARS URGE EARLY HELP FOR MINORITIES

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   Leading scholars and practitioners from 22 major public research universities gathered at UCLA last month to discuss ways to increase academic equity for all students, particularly those from minority and low-income populations. The conference, ...
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MISSION CONTROL TO MARS

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
UCLA scientist leads exploration    Calling on his cellular phone, David Paige sounds like a man from another planet. But it’s not because there’s static on the line or a bad connection.    Ever since the associate professor of planetary science at ...
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UCLA4U:

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   No matter what your current job is at UCLA, you’ve probably thought from time to time of a career move. Whether it’s up, sideways or out, the university can help you explore new directions  or improve your existing one. Through ...
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MEDIEVALIST HAS NEW VIEWS ON OLD WORLD

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   The research interests of Professor of English Henry A. Kelly are, to say the least, varied. There’s the devil, for one. Incest and cuckoldry. There’s Joan of Arc and the right to due process. And medieval rape.   Kelly has spent countless hours ...
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honors

Mar 15, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
NAMES AND FACES The School of Dentistry named Joan Otomo-Corgel Alumnus of the Year for her contributions to UCLA, the dental school’s alumni association and the dental profession. Currently an adjunct assistant professor of periodontics, she teaches ...
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