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The Education Imperative
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8 Mile
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Starting Out on the Right Path
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Globalization’s Missing Middle
Leveling the Playing Field
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Spring 2004
Bruin Walk

Round and About Campus

Edited by Marina Dundjerski '94

LECTURE NOTES
The Once and Future Bruin

MY MOST INFLUENTIAL READ

BRUIN PULSE
Introducing the Class of 2004

TELL US ABOUT IT

GLIMPSES OF STUDENT LIFE
In-Your-Face Sterotypes

REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE
Gaining a Global Awarness

On Stage



Female Student Tending the Greenhouse
Photography by Michael Weschler

ON THE WALK
Sovannara Bun '03 waters Arabidopsis — frequently used for genetic research — in the UCLA Plant Growth Center. This state-of-the-art facility, which opened last year, houses seven separate greenhouses. Working closely with faculty, students use a combination of molecular, genetic and biochemical techniques to understand the mechanisms controlling plant development and response to the environment.


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