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The UCLA Film and Television Archive presents A Revolution in Small Things: The Films of Karel Kachyna April 4-12

Apr 1, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
Over the past 50 years, Czech filmmaker Karel Kachyna has created a body of work that has at turns confronted, colluded with and been silenced by the vicissitudes of post-War War II Czech history. Kachyna's early films reflect a war survivor's optimis...
Industry: Education
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The UCLA Film and Television Archive presents A Revolution in Small Things: The Films of Karel Kachyna April 4-12

Apr 1, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
Over the past 50 years, Czech filmmaker Karel Kachyna has created a body of work that has at turns confronted, colluded with and been silenced by the vicissitudes of post-War War II Czech history. Kachyna's early films reflect a war survivor's optimis...
Industry: Education
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The Women in Four Stories

Apr 1, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
Charlon (Van Nuys) - An African-American in her late 40s, Charlon is a former heroin addict who has been drug free for 12 years. She is a single mother with two grown children, including a daughter with twins who also live with her. Charlon works at ...
Industry: Education
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WHO’S NEW: GARY SMALL Position:

Mar 31, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
Director, UCLA Center on Aging, and Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences Background: A graduate of both UCLA (B.A. ’73) and USC (M.D. ’77), Small did his residency training at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He ...
Industry: Education
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UPS AND DOWNS OF ADMITS AT BERKELEY

Mar 31, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   In the most competitive admissions process in Berkeley’s history, 8,034 individuals  selected from a record 29,961 applicants  have so far been offered admission for the 1998 freshman class. Campus administrators project that 3,485 of the admitted ...
Industry: Education
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UCLA4U

Mar 31, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
Human ResourcesCampus Human Resources provides a range of health-education opportunities for UCLA employees such as workshops on various health and safety issues, including stress reduction and how to avoid workplace hazards.  A Weight Watchers ...
Industry: Education
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READERS TRAIN HARD TO BE FAIR, THOROUGH

Mar 31, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   The university team that trained hardest this fall for the upcoming “season” couldn’t be found on the athletic fields or in Pauley Pavilion. They huddled in campus conference rooms to receive hours of rigorous preparation for the daunting task of ...
Industry: Education
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A PHILIP GLASS PRIMER

Mar 31, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   Philip Glass first came to international prominence in 1976 with “Einstein on the Beach,” an opera written in collaboration with Robert Wilson. At the time of the opera’s premiere, avant-garde composition was dominated by academic modernists, whose ...
Industry: Education
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MIXED RESULTS IN EVIDENCE THROUGHOUT UC

Mar 31, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   Six other UC campuses released admissions data recently, with three of the more selective campuses  San Diego, Irvine and Davis  showing steep declines among groups of underrepresented minorities.   UCSD saw a 40% decrease in the number of ...
Industry: Education
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LIFESAVER ON WHEELS

Mar 31, 1998 11:00 PM Pacific
   Nurse practitioner Marci Lovett’s home away from home is a sleek, 38-foot-long, blue-and-gold mobile coach.   For 30 hours every week, she drives all over the greater Los Angeles area, providing mobile mammography exams for the UCLA-Iris Cantor ...
Industry: Education
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