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Bimbetta, the Unconventional, All-Female Early Music Ensemble, Performs at Schoenberg Hall Nov. 23

Oct 28, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
Experience an unforgettable afternoon of baroque music as UCLA Center for the Performing Arts presents acclaimed early music group Bimbetta at UCLA's Schoenberg Hall on Sunday, Nov. 23, at 4 p.m. The performance will feature a CenterStage Lecture at ...
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Medical Journal Describes how Effectiveness of Brain Cancer Drug Increased at UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center

Oct 28, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
Researchers at UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center have significantly increased the effectiveness of a drug commonly used to fight brain tumors while at the same time substantially decreasing the danger of toxic side effects. In a paper published in the Novembe...
Industry: Education
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Bimbetta, the Unconventional, All-Female Early Music Ensemble, Performs at Schoenberg Hall Nov. 23

Oct 28, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
Experience an unforgettable afternoon of baroque music as UCLA Center for the Performing Arts presents acclaimed early music group Bimbetta at UCLA's Schoenberg Hall on Sunday, Nov. 23, at 4 p.m. The performance will feature a CenterStage Lecture at ...
Industry: Education
Posted by: UCLA Newsroom

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Medical Journal Describes how Effectiveness of Brain Cancer Drug Increased at UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center

Oct 28, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
Researchers at UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center have significantly increased the effectiveness of a drug commonly used to fight brain tumors while at the same time substantially decreasing the danger of toxic side effects. In a paper published in the Novembe...
Industry: Education
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Violinist Mark Kaplan to Play Barber Concerto with UCLA Philharmonia Orchestra on Nov. 13

Oct 28, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
Violinist Mark Kaplan will perform Samuel Barber's Violin Concerto, Op. 80, with the UCLA Philharmonia Orchestra under the direction of Jon Robertson on Thursday, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. in UCLA's Schoenberg Hall. The program also includes "Academic Festiva...
Industry: Education
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Discrimination Complaints Rise, State Enforcement Funding Drops, New Study on Affirmative Action in California Finds

Oct 28, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
State funding for the investigation of gender-based and racial discrimination in California has failed to keep pace with the large increase in such complaints, according to a new UCLA study on the statewide impact of affirmative action programs. As ...
Industry: Education
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Cello Superstar Yo-Yo Ma to Perform in "Tango Apasionado: Soul of the Tango"

Oct 27, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
One of the world's greatest, most beloved cellists, Yo-Yo Ma, returns to UCLA Center for the Performing Arts in "Tango Apasionado: Soul of the Tango," a musical celebration of Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla. Joined by five other musicians, Ma perform...
Industry: Education
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UCLA Film and Television Archive Presents "World Without Pity: Tabloids and Film"

Oct 27, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
The UCLA Film and Television Archive will present the timely film series "World Without Pity: Tabloids and Film" Nov. 8-30 at UCLA's James Bridges Theater. Currently in the news and always making news, tabloids are religiously read by million...
Industry: Education
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UCLA Physician Instrumental in Creating New Guideline for Emergency Rooms that Treat Injured Seniors

Oct 27, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
More than one-third of seniors over the age of 65 will fall and injure themselves. For those who are hospitalized due to a fall, 15 to 50 percent will die within a year following hospitalization. Dr. Larry Baraff, professor and associate chief of emergenc...
Industry: Education
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UCLA Physician Instrumental in Creating New Guideline for Emergency Rooms that Treat Injured Seniors

Oct 27, 1997 11:00 PM Pacific
More than one-third of seniors over the age of 65 will fall and injure themselves. For those who are hospitalized due to a fall, 15 to 50 percent will die within a year following hospitalization. Dr. Larry Baraff, professor and associate chief of emergenc...
Industry: Education
Posted by: UCLA Newsroom

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