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CARNESALE OFFERS FACULTY VIEW OF ISSUES

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
In his first major policy speech to faculty, Chancellor Albert Carnesale addressed a wide array of pressing campus issues, from the importance of preserving UCLA�s diversity to the need to aggressively pursue private fund-raising to his aspirations ...
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LINDA STEINER LEE

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
OCEAN OF OPPORTUNITYKENNEL TO LEAD SCRIPPSExecutive Vice Chancellor Charles F. Kennel has been named director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego.Kennel, who was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1991, also will become ...
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NEW CHAMPS FOR HALL OF FAME

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
LEGENDS IN BRUIN SPORTSThe UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame celebrates some of the biggest names and brightest stars in American sports. There is Jackie Robinson, Rafer Johnson and Arthur Ashe. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jimmy Connors, Karch Kiraly and Jackie ...
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OMBUDS OFFICE TACKLES CAMPUS DISPUTES

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERSWhen employees find themselves locked in a nasty dispute, there is a place on campus where neutrality reigns and peacemakers preside.In an office where no university records are kept identifying clients and where there is a ...
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PANEL: FEW GAINS IN FACULTY DIVERSITY

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
A NATIONAL DILEMMAA committee of the Academic Senate has concluded that faculty diversity will not take as big a hit as student diversity from Proposition 209 or the elimination of affirmative action because the number of minorities on the faculty and ...
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PATIENTS GIVE THANKS FOR RECOVERY

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
A HOLIDAY FOR HEALINGThanksgiving�s just around the corner, but for patients in the hospital, enjoying a traditional turkey feast with family members is usually impossible.Not so for patients at the UCLA Neurological Rehabilitation and Research Unit. ...
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REFLECTIONS ON THE END OF MARS PATHFINDER

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
The Mars Pathfinder has gone silent and the mission has officially ended. The last faint transmission from the lander was received on Oct. 6. As someone who has followed the project closely since it�s conception, I�m struck by the fact that Pathfinder ...
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SON OF L.A. STUDIES CITY, ITS PEOPLE

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
HOMETOWN HISTORIANFor Professor Eric Avila, the newest addition to the faculty of the Cesar Chavez Center for Chicana/o Studies, teaching at UCLA was a lifelong dream, one that exceeded all his family's expectations. A historian who specializes in Los ...
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�TIS THE SEASON OF SPENDING FOLLY . . .

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
The holiday shopping season is upon us. UCLA staff and faculty have no need to suffer from shopping anxiety, though. The campus and its surrounding environs can be a shopping Mecca stocked with everything from genuine African dolls (now 30% off at the ...
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VOTERS SHOULD DECIDE MIKE HERNANDEZ�S FATE

Nov 24, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
Everyone seems to have an opinion about Councilman Mike Hernandez. I do, too. But not about Mike Hernandez the person, rather Mike Hernandez the professional, the drug user and, yes, maybe the addict.As a visible public official, Hernandez brings the ...
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