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UCLA Releases Data for Fall 1999 Freshman Class

UCLA announced today that approximately 9,800 prospective freshmen havereceived letters of admission for fall 1999. This compares to 10,830 whowere admitted in 1998. Despite the decrease in the number of students ...

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April 02, 1999 | UCLA Newsroom

Yahoo! To Acquire Broadcast.Com

Yahoo! To Acquire Broadcast.Com Yahoo! to Deliver Web's Leading Broadcast Audio and Video Programming and Services SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- April 1, 1999 --Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ: YHOO) today announcedit has signed a ...

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April 01, 1999 | Yahoo

Special Limited Edition Furby Gets Top Bid

Special Limited Edition Furby Gets Top Bid Yahoo! Charity Auction Benefits the Starlight Children's Foundation Special Limited Edition Furby Gets Top Bid Yahoo! Charity Auction Benefits the Starlight Children's ...

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March 25, 1999 | Yahoo

16TH-CENTURY SLAPSTICK A HIT WITH KIDS

Comeback for commedia dell'arte /UCLAToday Believe it or not, "Saturday Night Live," "I Love Lucy" and NBC's "Must-See TV" can all trace their roots back to an art form which began in the 16th century. To their surprise ...

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March 22, 1999 | UCLA Today

ADVICE TO LATINO PARENTS: AIM HIGH

Education summit /UCLAToday UCLA joined forces with the White House and regional groups this month to host a two-day conference aimed at improving the educational opportunities of Latino children in California. ...

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March 22, 1999 | UCLA Today

BRAIN IS IDEAL 'WEAPON' AGAINST ATTACK

In recent weeks three attempted rapes occurred in apartments adjacent to our campus. In each case the assailant entered through an unsecured door or window. In the wake of these frightening incidents, students and ...

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March 22, 1999 | UCLA Today

CAMPUS URGED TO USE SAFETY PROGRAMS

BY CYNTHIA LEE/UCLA Today Staff In light of a March 18 kidnapping-rape and recent assaults that police are currently investigating, administrators and campus police are encouraging students, staff and faculty to make ...

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March 22, 1999 | UCLA Today

DIANA BRUEGGEMANN

WHO'S NEW AT UCLA : Executive Director of Local Relations, Office of Government and Community Relations: A UCLA alumna (1970), Brueggemann spent the last 10 years with the City of Los Angeles. As chief of staff for ...

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March 22, 1999 | UCLA Today

HE RUNS LITTLE SHOP OF MINIATURES

Small-scale builder /UCLAToday Staff It's one of the most fun jobs on campus — if you're a skilled craftsman, that is. As supervisor of a model shop where lilliputian worlds are created out of heavy-duty cardboard, Kirk ...

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March 22, 1999 | UCLA Today

NAMES AND FACES

The Hispanic Caucus of the American Association for Higher Education has selected Education Associate Professor Kris Gutierrez as the recipient of its 1999 Outstanding Latina/o Faculty in Higher Education Award. The ...

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March 22, 1999 | UCLA Today

INVENTOR TOOK ZIGZAG PATH TO DESTINY

A man of inner vision /UCLAToday Staff Priest, boxer, scientist ... Michael Phelps tried them all before settling on the field of medicine. And the world is lucky he did. Phelps invented the positron emission tomography ...

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March 22, 1999 | UCLA Today

L.A.'S IRANIANS GET NEW LOOK AT PAST EPOCH

Rediscovery of a dynasty /UCLA Today Irangeles. The neologism coined by UCLA's Center for Near Eastern Studies as the title to its 1994 book and accompanying photo exhibition at the Fowler Museum says it all. In ...

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March 22, 1999 | UCLA Today
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