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WEB SITES YIELD CYBERGIFTS FOR UCLA

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Digital Donors    Campaign UCLA is making good use of the long reach of the Internet in an unusual way.   Since hanging out its Internet shingle with its Web address in May 1997,  Campaign UCLA has found this Information Superhighway to be a ...
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VASCULAR SURGEON BLAZES NEW TRAILS

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
A perfect match for UCLA Julie Freischlag, UCLA’s new chief of vascular surgery in the School of Medicine and director of the UCLA Gonda (Goldschmied) Vascular Center, is a small-town girl from Decatur, Ill.But even as a youngster, Freischlag was a ...
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TOM BRADLEY: AN UNFORGETTABLE MENTOR

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
    Tom Bradley was bigger than life to me when I first met him. Not only was he 6’3’’ tall, he also had a certain magnetic presence about him. I was graduating from Kennedy High School in Granada Hills and on my way to UCLA when he presented me with ...
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RAYS BEAM IN ON BRAIN TUMOR

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
3-D imagery guides way Michael T. Selch, codirector of the UCLA Stereotactic Radiosurgery program    Calling it the most significant advance in radiosurgery technology in a decade, physicians at UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center recently ...
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NIGHTHAWKS ON 24-HOUR WATCH

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
A lifesaving vigil    You can’t see them, but they’re watching out for you.   The Nighthawks, a three-member cadre of radiologists serving UCLA Medical Center and Santa Monica/UCLA Hospital since July, put their sharp eyes on literally every image  ...
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NEW GLORY FOR AN OLD FLOOR

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Winners’ circle    Sometimes life has a way of coming full circle. In this case, a full jump circle.   In 1987, when Jody Spillane was scrounging around the UCLA Surplus warehouse looking for office equipment, she happened upon a piece of UCLA history ...
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NAMES AND FACES

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
   Special Assistant to the Chancellor Douglas Martin, who heads UCLA’s ADA and 504 Compliance Office, has been selected to receive the Humanitarian Award by Changing Images in America, an organization dedicated to developing, producing and supporting ...
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HE RIDES HIGH ON ART-ON-WHEELS

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Folk Fantasies    Here’s a quick quiz: What do junked mufflers, battered Schwinn Stingray bikes and Haitian Vodou flags have in common?   You might be stumped, but Patrick Polk knows the answer.   Polk is a doctoral candidate in UCLA’s Folklore and ...
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GAYS/LESBIANS: A DECADE OF VISIBILITY

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Grassroots triumphs    There were 36 who courageously stepped out of the shadows on May 7, 1989 and “came out” in the privacy of an administrator’s home, invited quietly by word of mouth and tested by their conviction to make the invisible visible.    ...
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FRESHMEN URGED TO NURTURE DIVERSITY

Oct 12, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Chancellor Albert Carnesale addresses incoming students at the Academic Convocation in the Los Angeles Tennis Center. Campus representatives and faculty look on.     The fresh-faced students assembled at the Los Angeles Tennis Center on a beautiful, ...
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