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Obie Award-Winning Writer/Performer Danny Hoch in

In his celebrated and irreverent one-man shows, Obie Award-winning writerand performer Danny Hoch channels modern urban life through a gallery ofcolorful characters and anecdotes, sounding off on a variety of ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Newsroom

WHO�S NEWVICTORIA FRANKLIN

Position: Administrative Director, School of Theater, Film and TelevisionBackground: After receiving a bachelor�s degree in world arts and cultures from UCLA and an M.B.A. from The Anderson School, Franklin worked as ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

UNIVERSITY TO CALIFORNIA: �SHOW US THE MONEY�

Gov. Pete Wilson gave high praise to California higher education last week, affirming his "commitment to excellence" even as he vetoed a bill designed to help its universities. The University of California and the ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

UCLA SCIENTISTS PROBE FRONTIER OF SPACE

TWINKLE, TWINKLE GIANT STARAnywhere else, the announcement that researchers had captured an image of what may be the brightest star ever known would qualify as a singularly notable achievement for a university's ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

UCLA LOOMS LARGE WITH NOBEL PRIZE

Biochemist Paul Boyer's Nobel Prize carries a message about UCLA to the world: It affirms the brilliance and perseverance of Boyer and his university colleagues; it testifies to the cutting-edge resources and ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

TIPS ON SHOPPING FOR BENEFITS

THE CHOICE IS YOURSWith Open Enrollment starting Nov. 1, Kay Miller, manager of Benefits and Personnel Services in Campus Human Resources, took time to answer a few frequently asked questions about the important ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

REVEALING DESERT MYSTERIES

PRICKLY PROFProfessor of Biology Arthur Gibson deals with "thorny" issues better than anybody.At least, that�s what his recent induction as a fellow of the Cactus and Succulent Plant Society of America would ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

MEDAL FOR A HUMBLE MAN

A SPLENDID CHAPA new champion of Westwood, Nobel Prize winner Paul Boyer, returned to a hero�s homecoming, embraced by more than 300 jubilant students, colleagues and coworkers who crowded into the Court of Sciences and ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

GOV. LOWERS FEES, VETOES FUND GUARANTEE

WIN SOME, LOSE SOMEGov. Pete Wilson signed into law Oct. 10 a bill that will provide financial relief to UC students and their families by reducing fees and freezing them at that level for two years.But on the same day ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

GET SMARTER ABOUT INTELLECT IN HIGHER ED

Values such as academic freedom and the pursuit of knowledge are commonplace in academic discussions, but faculty members and administrators seldom acknowledge -- much less examine critically -- other, less overt ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

DOCUMENTING IMMIGRANT STRUGGLE

ROVING ANTHROPOLOGISTWhen Professor of Anthropology Kyeyoung Park first arrived as a graduate student in the United States, she expected to find an ideal, well-structured society. Instead, she found herself in New York ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

CUTTING EDGE

OUR GALILEOSUCLA researchers have been responsible for significant discoveries in space science. Here are some highlights.· Beginning in the mid-1960s, a UCLA research team began supplying the instruments on a series of ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

COUNSELING SERVICES TO HELP STAFF, FACULTY

Designed to promote the well-being of the campus work community, the Staff and Faculty Counseling Center (SFCC) is a valuable resource for UCLA employees. Through support groups, workshops, counseling and consultation, ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

COST HIKES TO AFFECT SOME HEALTH PLANS

BENEFITS �98With the onset of Open Enrollment, Nov. 1-21, employees will once again be able to enroll in or switch medical, dental and vision plans from a menu provided by UC Benefits. Cost hikes, which will take effect ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

A SURVIVOR�S REFLECTIONS ON BATTLING CANCER

Four and a half years ago, my life was forever changed by breast cancer. During the first several months after my diagnosis, I spent most of my time trying to work with my insurance carrier to get into the high-dose ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

ADMISSIONS STAFF GEARS UP FOR �98

THE MARCH OF TIMEWith the new school year just beginning and students settling into their classes, it would seem that the staff of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Relations with Schools (UARS) could kick back ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Today

Obie Award-Winning Writer/Performer Danny Hoch in

In his celebrated and irreverent one-man shows, Obie Award-winning writerand performer Danny Hoch channels modern urban life through a gallery ofcolorful characters and anecdotes, sounding off on a variety of ...

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October 24, 1997 | UCLA Newsroom

Yahoo! Completes Four11 Acquisition

Yahoo! Completes Four11 Acquisition SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Oct. 23, 1997 --Yahoo! Inc. today announced it has successfully completed the acquisition of Four11 Corporation, an online communications and directory company. ...

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October 23, 1997 | Yahoo

January Arts Highlights at UCLA

UCLA, the leading arts and cultural center in the West, offers everythingfrom the ancient to the avant-garde in music, dance, art, theater and film.With an unparalleled depth and range of cultural events, UCLA has ...

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October 22, 1997 | UCLA Newsroom
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