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VOICES

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Indie Flicks Are Top Picks For Posterity BY ROBERT ROSEN From the inception of the studio system in the 1920s until the present, movies made outside the Hollywood mainstream have contributed to the vitality of the industry and the growth of film as a ...
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UCLA4U

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
DISCOVERING OFF-CAMPUS TREASURES Most staff and faculty members know about the excellent educational and recreational resources available on the UCLA campus. But how many have taken advantage of UCLA's off-campus sites? There is much to do beyond the ...
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TECHS

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Techs Work to Stop 'Millennium Bug' BY CYNTHIA LEE UCLA Today Staff As the minutes count down toward the Year 2000, Bonnie Allen of Administrative Information Systems (AIS) and teams of data detectives are racing the clock to thwart the "millennium ...
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RABBIS

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Rabbi's Deeds Touch Lives of Patients BY ELAINE SCHMIDT UCLA Today Staff While visiting a patient in the intensive-care unit of UCLA Medical Center, Rabbi Kalman Winnick noticed a tiny baby alone in a nearby room. Drawn by the infant's isolation, he ...
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MATH

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
BY PHILIP C. CURTIS What is behind the ongoing controversy over mathematics instruction in the schools? It would seem that teaching mathematics would be the last area where controversy would exist. The debate began in 1992 with the publication of a ...
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MAKING

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Making Opportunities for Disabled Artists BY DIANA DE CARDENAS UCLA Today Even after showing exceptional promise as a young writer, wheelchair-user Cheryl Marie Wade's professors advised her not to pursue her dream of a career in the arts. "Because of ...
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lab

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
  Students enrolled in the honors section of Janice Reiff’s history class on America since 1945 wound up turning in more than a conventional term paper churned out after hours of library research. They undertook the challenge of  pulling into their ...
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KEY

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Key Procedural ChangesVice chancellors, provosts, deans and other executives as defined in the Campus Organizational Hierarchy may now delegate authority to carry out certain personnel policy procedures to others, with written notification to Campus ...
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JOURNALI

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
A JOURNALIST'S JOURNEY BY WENDY SODERBURG UCLA Today Staff As a newspaper writer, Amy Stuart Wells educated the public about the direction of the country's school systems. Today, as a professor in the Graduate School of Education & Information ...
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FROGS

Jan 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Frogs' Ears Are for More than Hearing BY STUART WOLPERT UCLA Today In what has been hailed as a ribbiting discovery, a UCLA researcher has found that American bullfrogs make their loud, low-pitched calls primarily through their ears, rather than ...
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