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bruinlife 2005 editor in chief emily masamitsu managing editor alice chang assistant editor jennie zhu layout editor victoria nguyen layout editor nancy tsai copy editor ellen park copy editor stefanie wong photography editor nicholas weston-swan photography editor jenna richardson athletics editor ellen park athletics editor stefanie wong marketing and business editor Jennifer kishimizu student media advisor amy emmert student media director arvli ward bruinlife yearbook has been the official record of history and tradition at the university of California, los angeles since 1919. 4%-T v. . , P ' £ I r " The rewards of the journey tar outweigh the risk of leaving the harbor. " -unknown When you signed that letter, you decided to embark on a journey with unexpected friends, mixed emotions and unpredictable adventures around even ' comer. Before you knew ii had even begun, you were running off to dorm dinners and cramming for midterms in the study lounge. After a year, you ruled the school, knowing everything the cute little freshman did not. By the time you were a junior, you figured out where the career center was and breezed through finals even while making it to Maloney ' s on St. Patrick ' s Day. nd in your fourth vear, you looked back on your years at UCLA and realized how many eriences you still had to fit in before graduation rolled around. UCLA was not just a . ' where you earned a diploma; it was an odyssey into which you blindly jumped, an i through which you rambled, a voyage on which you embarked... yJ?. xi r ■;-, jT • ■ » if $ I ' «p» »»» »V, , I Kill iMM if ■k m . y t , ♦, t ' ' -Cl. • ,; ' ■, ti fe - ' . 1 •i . — ta ; ; ■ tfyv , ; H!J «v i " ' — ! i ' - M ■ r 4 - " 1 - f 1 vA ' mi l mil m B B " 1 1 if -, • ' ■T 1 (, V 22K: XL- • ' -Kit A - . . " , • . H " 5S» . M ■ ■ ir ■ ■l aar i 0 ■ ' tlLiii ' « ,. ■ t ■ " I 1 ni I II H SI I r rlR ' ■ - ■ b »f? LtiANUNit PERCEPTH - " ■ •?.»] 1 ; .1 [3 1 T ' . ■ it- • ». ' •- ' 12 | 1 -Va- -k »f tr ' I • 1 ib b$ epavts -homecoming p. 16-17 -campus events p. 18-19 -beat ' sc week p. 22-23 -dance marathon p. 30-31 -spring sing p. 36-37 I " There are those who make things happen, those who watch what happens, and those who wonder what happened. " -unknown vents culminate through the labor of countless individuals often given little credit for their endeavors. By logging immeasurable hours and slaving over meticulous details, they make " magic " happen time and again. And with so many Bruins demanding entertainment, there is always work to be done. After all, Homecoming floats and Beat $C decorations were hardly the work of fairies and witches. Yet despite the constant effort to get the student body involved, the worker bees of Bruinwalk are too often met by apathy. Of the three, which would you rather be? Hundreds of Bruins, young and old, turned to the streets of Westwood for the 2004 Homecoming parade. Themed, " Oh, the places we ' ll go! " the parade took spectators from the bottom of the ocean to the surface of Mars. The Bruin marching band, dressed in their full regalia, kicked off the parade with their " Solid Gold Sound. " Unlike past years, floats ceased to be simply truck beds disguised with tissue paper flowers as Bruin fraternities, sororities and various student groups went all out with their creations. Floats either celebrated Bruin pride or aptly foreshadowed victory in the game against Stanford, scheduled for the following day. Cardinal-bashing came in many original forms. One float set the Stanford tree on fire, while another depicted Joe Bruin slugging a fallen tree under the shadow of a goal post; the poor thing never stood a chance. Eric Karros from the class of ' 93 presided over the event as Grand Marshal. Freshly crowned that afternoon, Royal Bruins Jason Chiu and Francine Maigue joined the festivities from atop their sleek convertibles, waving in emulation of the Rose Parade. And amidst fervent renditions of the 8- clap, Joe and Josephine Bruin pranced down the streets, inspiriting spectators in their wake. The rousing performance by the UCLA Alumni Band at the end of the parade emphasized that we truly are Bruins for life. " The best part was when the Dance Marathon people showed off their dance moves. It was really exciting to see their spirit for their cause, " explained first year mathematics student Jasmine Ng. The parade was followed by a rally and awards ceremony on Le Conte Avenue that further invigorated those Bruins dedicated enough to turn out despite toe- numbing weather. At Saturday ' s Homecoming game, a sea of blue and gold fans watched on as the mighty Bruins shut out the Stanford Cardinal 21-0 in an effort that arguably took 27 years in the making. " The game was freakin ' awesome. ..we tore Stanford into little itty-bitty pieces, " enthused KathyTu, a first year undeclared student. The team picked as good a moment as any to break out of its dismal losing streak, trouncing Stanford as 54,000+ spectators watched at the Rose Bowl. Leaving their beloved tree, obnoxious band and any semblance of offense at home, the Cardinal didn ' t stand a chance against an unexpectedly strong Bruin defense. Homecoming gave Bruins newfound inspiration and hope, preparing them for a grueling showdown against the undefeated Trojans, bl CeiehraJd4iM Briuti fHcU muL Iwow k by Erica. Liu ' Above: Manuel White Jr. darts post the Stanford defender to move the chains. White ' s strong offense contributed to the Bruin ' s 21-0 shut out against the Cardinal. Photographed by Uyen Dinh, Doily Bruin. Left: Float riders wave enthusiastically to the audience as they roll down the parade route. This year ' s theme, " Oh, the places we ' ll go! " attracted many creative entries, including this Dr. Seuss-inspired floot. Photographed by Fei Liu. Above: foe and Josephine Bruin embrace for the crowd of parents and students as they work the parade route. Winding up and down the streets of Westwood, the procession ultimately ended with a rally on Le Conte Avenue that further energized Bruin fans for Saturday ' s game. Photographed by Fei Liu. I O 3 CD r O 3 3 ' ca Below: Becky Mangold, fifth yeoi political science student, takes the podium to give her rebuttie ot a debate. Politics, os well as entertainment, were part of the series of events organized by the Compus Events Commission. Photographed by Steven liadie. Above: Conodian rock band Hot Hot Heot heats up Westwood Plozo with its upbeat music. Throughout the year, on eclectic bunch of events from free concerts to philanthropic borbegues were held at Westwood Plaza, the heart of campus. Photographed by Nicholas Weston-Swan. Above: In what con only be guolified os o moment of poetic ecstocy, Paul Maybaum passionately bears his soul through his rhymes. Campus Events ' Slam Poetry in Kerckhoff Grand Salon brought artists ond poetry lovers together for a festive night. Photogmphed by Angela Ian. Right: A large crowd of spectators, many with cameras in hand, gathers at Westwood Plozo for a noontime concert. Music could be heard throughout Bruin Wolk during the high decibel shows. Photogmphed by Jennifer Richardson. PRACTICE r EovbH ' aty In its new marketing campaign, UCLA posed one question: " It ' s 2005. Do you know where your life is? " " In the gutter, " grumbled first year economics student Michael Shoelkopf. Still staggering from New Year ' s festivities, the last thing on his mind was another event to attend. The majority of students know exactly what they SHOULD be doing: studying, catching up on sleep, eating, even hauling their lazy butts to the gym (remember that New Year ' s resolution?). But when that question of what to do this afternoon evening weekend popped up and study, sleep, eat or exercise didn ' t appear to be the most appealing of solutions, restless Bruins looked to what was going on around campus to fulfill such a burning question. Living in a city that doesn ' t sleep offered a scintillating choice of activities for those students who opted to go off campus for some fun. Of course there was Sunset, Hollywood and Westwood Village. But the job of the Campus Events Commission was to keep students entertained while on campus. Indie-hit Garden State played in Ackerman Grand Ballroom as part of the two-dollar movie series. Other featured films included The Motorcycle Diaries and Oscar-nominated Closer. Students and outsiders flocked to both the free Sneak Peek movie showings and the $2 already released screenings. With the wealth of talented up-and-coming music artists located within the student body, Campus Events easily scheduled noontime concerts in Westwood Plaza. Other performers were showcased in the Cooperage on Friday and Saturday evenings. For those preferring an activity with more mental stimulation than a Thursday night basketball game at Pauley, there were numerous guest speakers, such as controversial filmmaker Michael Moore who swung by the campus during Fall Quarter to disseminate his logic among willing ears. And if politics wasn ' t one ' s forte, the lyrical stvlings of Seku the Misfit were available during an on-campus Slam Poetry reading. " Hmm, looks like I got me something to do, " Schoelkopf replied when confronted with the Campus Events Commissions wealth of offerings. " Might as well find something interesting to do to kill time. Or study, " Schoelkopf advised. The UCLA campus may seem like an endless array of libraries and labs, but between classes and cramming, Campus Events provided entertainment galore. With so many things to do to fill one ' s schedule, Campus Events Commission should adopt a marketing slogan that reads, " Sleeping has officially become obsolete. " Wkat to do witk a, wealth crfcrptiont? With over 25,000 students, UCLA is a thriving microcosm of vibrant and diverse cultures. Only here does east meet west and old meet new to form the rich and colorful tapestry that is cultural life in Westwood. This year, UCLA hosted its first annual Chinese Heritage Week, a daunting joint effort by the ACA, CCDC, CSA, CSSA, TAU and TCA to bring Chinese culture to the campus. Festivities included a costume show, exciting dance and opera performances, a recreation fair, and moderated forums on issues in the Chinese community. The Nikkei Student Union ' s 20th annual celebration of Japanese heritage on February 21st coincided with the day Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which sent Japanese Americans to internment camps. NSU showcased an exciting fusion of traditional Taiko drumming, graceful Odori dance and a show-stopping hip-hop performance. " You can tell they put in a great deal of effort and hard work into making the production. It was an exciting experience, " remarked first year psychobiology student May Tsun. Hanoolim ' s Culture Night delivered the nuances of Korean heritage in the form of an original, full-length musical which followed the adventures of Changsu, a young palace servant who risked all to win Princess Mina ' s heart in a time of devastating famines. The musical ' s traditional costumes, stirring melodies, and dramatic backdrops left an indelible impression in the audience ' s mind. " The student groups here do an amazing job of providing the UCLA community with events catering to world cultures. It ' s great to see everyone get involved, " remarked Faysal Saab, president of the United Arabs Society. UAS ' s annual Culture Night ( " Laylat al-Fen " ) showcased live Arabic music, belly dancers, calligraphers, and a poignant photo essay on the Arab world. Of course, no foray into new cultural territory would be complete without a taste of traditional cuisine. UAS obliged with " Sahara Night, " which included a smorgasbord of yummy Arab eats that delighted Bruin taste buds of all ethnicities. The hodgepodge of cultural events offered this year was virtually inexhaustible, what with culture nights and movie screenings to attend and food and craft fairs to peruse. With so many opportunities, there is no reason why every Bruin shouldn ' t be a culturally affluent and savvy world traveler ready to venture forth into the real world upon graduation, bl Below: Tri Phom, David Nguyen, Reth Thoch and Oung Hoang masterfully demonstiate the martial arts in a skit set on a rainy day in Vietnam. The students were a port of the onnuol Vietnamese Tet Festival put on by the VietNomese language and Culture organization. Photographed by Angela lau Above: Between musical acts, these two students deliver passionate performances in traditional Indian garments. The annual Indian Culture Night held in the beautiful Royce Hall was o great success. Photographed by Angela Lou. Left: Thanh Pham gracefully performs a Vietnamese song as Victoria Nguyen and Ngoc An Hoang perform a traditional donee with straw hats. Held every year to celebrate the Vietnamese New Year, the Tet Festival was o fusion of music, skits, culture ond on interactive festival. Photographed by Angela lau. Above: From a scene representing a street in India, these students perform a skit giving students a look into Indian culture. The Indian Culture Night brought out mony performers with a passion for acting and singing. Photographed by Angela lau. n c c -1 Q CD 3 Below: The UCLA Spirit Squad and Dance Team use all their energy to roily students for the cross-town bottle. While they were most visible at games, the students ' passion for the win was felt throughout the Westwood community. Photographed by Angela Lou. Above: A Bruin takes out her anger agoinst our cross town rivals by delivering blow after blow to a beat-up red cot. The Crazy Car Smash was part of a week of fun ond excitement designed to fuel intense rivalry and school spirit. Photogiophed by Korim Salha. Above: A ctowd of die-hard Bruins look on os the bonfire is ignited. After five consecutive losses to the Trojans, the Bruins wete ready for a win. Photogiophed by loyce Lin, Doily Biuin. Right: SAA volunteers get decked out in $C ted and gold for o skit lampooning our cross-town rivals. The rally also featured performances by groups such as Raining Jane, the Spirit Squad, the Morcbing Bond ond Awaken A Copello. Photogiophed by Angela Lou. m % $ J " Time ' s up Trojans! " That ' s right; now repeat. ..this time with some gusto! For one week every year in December, the Bruin bear goes into hibernation, it is a crime to wear red, and students get an especially loathsome gleam in their eyes when beloved cross-town rivals are mentioned. Like those that had come before, Beat $C Week 2004 was heralded by the Crazy Car Smash, in which students wielding sledgehammers took turns dealing cathartic blows to a beat-up red car. And Bruins mixed philanthropy with school spirit at this year ' s " Get the Red Out " blood drive, which coincided with World AIDS Day. On Thursday night, students followed the paw prints down Bruin Walk to Wilson Plaza for the pre-game rally and bonfire. Set against a nighttime backdrop of Powell and Royce Hall, and framed by a rainbow of balloons, the stage was an arresting sight to see. Weary fans turned out to show support for a team that unceremoniously fell to the men of Troy the past five years running. The Yell Crew feverishly led the crowd through several chants, with pompoms and bambams (gold and blue baguette-shaped floaties) only adding to the ruckus. When the bonfire was finally operational, it sent sparks and billowing plumes of smoke off into the late autumn night sky, illuminating the faces of die-hards who turned out despite the arctic chill. " I think it ' s good for the football team to see people come out especially on a cold night, " offered Lara Saye, a fifth year sociology student. When the flaming pyramid could climb no higher, it collapsed with a bang much to the delight of onlookers, who promptly erupted in cheers. Many hoped the Trojans would face a similar demise on the football field. As the bonfire diminished, alum band Raining Jane came on to perform a few numbers. Other performers of the night included Awaken A Capella and of course, our Marching Band, without whom the rally would have been incomplete. " I ' m glad people came out. ..it ' s nice to see so much school spirit, " remarked Libby Turows, a third year English student. If nothing else, festivities throughout the week illustrated Bruin resilience. Time and time again, we took to the field only to be beaten to a pulp. But we returned year after year, invigorated with newly-found delusions of grandeur. A close game was widely seen as a victory amidst defeat this past year, and the team ' s persistence gave us a reason to believe yet again, bl ALL Iron-fired tAp to attaxk the TrejaMA by ErUui Liu Victory in defeat seems quite the paradox, but that is precisely what became of Bruin football ' s 29-24 loss to the top-ranked Trojans on Dec. 4 ,h at the Rose Bowl. The unranked Bruins gave U$C a run for its money by hustling to keep the score close - much to the delight of those betting against a pundit-ordained Trojan blowout. The University of Second Choice drew first blood, as Trojan tailback Reggie Bush found daylight in the end zone. The onslaught continued as Ryan Killeen ' s 37-yard field goal left the Bruins down 10-0. Bruin fans accustomed to defeat began preparations for the rout, only to be pleasantly surprised by Craig Bragg and his phenomenal 96-yard punt return for a touchdown early in the second quarter. A series of missed chances by the Bruins were quickly capitalized upon by the Trojans, as they extended their comfortable lead going into the final quarter of play. But a nine-yard touchdown run by running back Manuel White, Jr. and a spectacular grab by tight end Mercedes Lewis would bring the Bruins within five points with less than two minutes left in regulation. And fans had every right to cheer when defensive standout Spencer Havner recovered a U$C fumble with less than a minute left. But while an outmatched David struggled on, it soon became clear that Goliath would win this day. Trojan safety Jason Leach intercepted a prayer unwisely thrown up by quarterback Drew Olsen, definitively putting the game just out of paw ' s reach. Crestfallen, first year biology student Aya Obara said, " They played so well and came so close! It ' s such a shame that they didn ' t win, but it was a good game. " Others, like first year theater student Allie Roy, were simply " relieved that it wasn ' t a blowout so Bruin supporters can still show their faces around LA. " The deck was clearly stacked against them, but the Bruins took great pride in giving this year ' s national champs a bitter fight to the end. And while Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart will be returning to lead his Trojans to a possible three-peat, you can bet he ' ll get more than he bargained for in the battles to come, bl A ftw yards vkovt of victory , daam, by Java. Qimta Above: Redshirt senior wide receiver Tab Perry fights for extra yardage against a stingy Trojan defense. Even against the top team in the country, the Bruins played with heart and resolve to the bitter end Photographed by lonolhon Harmsh, daily Bruin. Left: A die-hard fan holds up two fingers during the playing of the Alma Mater after the gome. Students showed their loyally to their school after every game, regordless of the outcome. Photographed by Angela Lao. L Above: The Bruin marching band provides relief from the incessant din of " Tribute lo Troy " by performing at holftime. Performances like these during home gomes helped fire up Bruin fans for second half action. Photographed by Angela lau. n o a 3 (6 _ Below: Monique Moss, olteody on insider in the entertainment industry, offers advice to others at Entertainment Night. Given the opportunity to rub shoulders with professionals in the entertainment business, Bruins swarmed Pauley Pavillion in April. Photogiophed by Honk Fiiedmam. c Above: Various information workshops geared towards post-graduation woes ore offered to seniors ot SAA ' s annual Senior Night. 5AA had a committee that catered specifically to the needs of graduates, offering helpful programs and activities. Photographed by Hudson Hou. Above: Nothing short of a natural disaster will dissuade these Bruins from proudly representing their float. The Homecoming Parode took place in the streets of Westwood in front of crowds consisting of community members as well os students. Photographed by Fei Liu. Right: Spirit is certainly infectious os shown by these Bruins participating in the Homecoming Parade itself. Their enthusiasm spread to the crowd ond wos continued through the roily that was held afterwords. Photogiophed by Fa Uu, ht ' ft A multitude of students lined up along the sidewalks in Westwood in anticipation of the ensuing parade. The roaring sound of UCLA ' s own marching band reverberated as the cheering from the crowd moved along the streets. Homecoming was not just an event for current Bruins, but also for alumni and members of the extended UCLA community. The success of the event was another testimony to the strength of the Student Alumni Association (SAA), the event sponsor. Second year psychobiology student Shadee Giurgius attested to Homecoming as being a " connection of UCLA to Westwood. Without that connection we ' re just college kids who live and work in the Westwood community. " In addition to Homecoming festivities, SAA organized the traditional Beat ' $C Week, a time that allowed students to participate in a series of spirit-inducing activities in an attempt to intimidate our crosstown rivals. Events included the annual car smash and blood drive, and concluded with a joint bonfire rally that showcased an exclusive performance by the alumnae band Raining Jane. While one of the main areas of interest for the association was instilling Bruin pride within its current students, a necessity to encourage academic excellence was also recognized. " Interview with a Bruin " allowed students to work on their skills through mock interviews with professional alumni. Through special programs such as Dinner for 12 Strangers and a variety of career-information workshops, SAA provided current students with essential tools for future success. In what continued to be the last hurrah for the association, the annual Spring Sing event showcased the artistic stylings of gifted students within UCLA ' s oldest and greatest musical tradition. A sold-out crowd cheered on the student performers, and was wowed by a special performance from Kenneth " Babyface " Edmonds, the winner of the annual Gershwin award. Through each of its events, the association further established itself as one of the most recognizable student groups on campus. Sophia Yuan, a second year psychology student, attributed SAA ' s success to its ability to allow " diverse groups on campus to show their school spirit and unite under a common goal of exhibiting true Bruin pride to evoke the passion of past and future Bruins. " As a quarter of UCLA ' s undergraduate population drifts away to various corners of the globe, alumni will take the Bruin spirit along with them, a sentiment that the Student Alumni Association helped to establish, bl The Student Committee for the Arts, more widely recognized by the three-letter acronym SCA, celebrated its 42nd year in helping to enrich the UCLA experience with diverse exposure to the arts. During the years, the group has successfully made world-renowned performances affordable to the tight budget of a college student. Tickets that normally sold for $50 or higher were discounted up to 75%, with prices for students as low as $12. Second year physiological science student Joanne Gwo noted, " SCA does a really great job of making UCLA Live performances affordable to students. If it were not possible to buy tickets at a discounted price, I probably would not go to as many of the shows as I do now. " Additionally, UCLA Live provided students with the opportunity to learn directly from the artists themselves. Through master classes, interested minds interacted with visiting artists who shared their insight and expertise with students and gave viable suggestions on technique, performance and interpretation. The artists furthered their direct exposure by interacting with students in pre- and post- performance discussions. SCA became the student ' s voice, as the committee worked with the prestigious UCLA Live program to bring forward new and fresh forms of performing arts that were as diverse as the campus that surrounded them. " UCLA Live is an amazing opportunity for students and faculty to be able to broaden their horizons and expose us to cultures and ideas that we may have never even heard of, " commented second year microbiology, immunology, and molecular genetics student Anuj Khattar. This year it worked with a wide array of genres, including rock, jazz, performance art, alternative music, dance, theater, comedy and music. Unrivaled in its breadth and mix, SCA presented a kaleidoscope of more than 200 performances this year and sold over 150,000 tickets. As the country ' s largest university- based performing arts presenter, SCA, in conjunction with UCLA Live, presented acts that gained student interest and recognition. In past years, they brought performers from the far corners of the globe, including Bill Maher, Ozomatli and George Clinton. SCA also worked to support the efforts of other student art- related organizations on campus, co-promoting events such as " A Tribute to Miles Davis and Billy Higgins " with the UCLA Jazz Student Program and the musical " Parachute Kid " with the Association of Chinese Americans, bl MaJkUia art twaMaMe to alt ok oumjhm by SteftuUe Wong J Below: Dancers from the Lulo Washington Donee Theolte groove with style during o visit to UCLA. The dance theatre was named for Lulu Washington, one of the most successful graduates of the UCLA dance program. Pliotograph Courtesy of UCLA Above: Ghastly performers in white dance to the mysterious harmony of the violin, in Emio Greco ' s " Rimastio Orfono. " Greco choreogrophed the piece to be a physical representation of the transcendental impulses of the body. Photogioph Courtesy of UCIA Live. Left: Guitorist Bireli Lagrene dazzles his audience with innovative and groundbreaking melodies unique to Gypsy jazz guitar in " Gypsy Crossings. " Originating from the small Romanian village of Clejoni, Lagrene preformed a refreshing mix of styles representing Romanian folk tradition. Photogmph Courtesy ol UCLA Live. Above: Violinists in the American Youth Symphony provide a powerful auditory experience in Keot Nagano ' s " Manzonar: An American Story. " The performance commemorated the experiences of victims of World War II Japanese internment camps through captivating music, spoken text and narration. Photogioph Courtesy of UCLA Live. 52 c " a. t 3 o o 3 3 3: ' CD CD J Above: Committee members hype up the crowd to " Footloose " before they come together in perfect unison for the choreographed morolers donee. The scene evoked visions of cheesy high school flicks where everyone somehow knew oil the same moves. Photographed by Steven lioiie. Above: Actress Jaime Pressly entertains ond invigorates the crowd with words of inspiration. Celebrities mode mony appearances to keep the dancers entertoined. Photographed by Steven liadie. Right: Tina De Giso, first year, ond Shone Petrites, third year, embrace the three hour western theme with costumes and accessories. Themes and costumes changed to spice up the fun of the 26 hour event. Photographed by Steven liadie. After almost ten months of planning, the fourth annual Dance Marathon, held from 11 a.m. on Saturday morning until 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, was a booming success. With a new wave of excited moralers joining the mix every three hours to keep the energy high and the party throbbing, the weary but enthusiastic dancers endured 26 hours of rigorous booty-shaking to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. The dancers - nearly 500 of them - garnered a whopping $104,892 in donations, yielding $197,251 in total contributions to the program this year. But as this year ' s top fundraiser Gabriel Rose said, " AIDS is perhaps the greatest crisis facing the world today, and I feel like one weekend of my life is the very least I can give to help fight it. " Though it lasted a little more than a day, Dance Marathon ' s theme for 2005, Time to Take a Stand, spanned the course of human history. Each three-hour shift initiated a new era to the dance floor with appropriately-themed music, activities, costumes and decorations along with it. From the prehistoric caveman days of " Make Ya Bedrock " through the mythic Middle Ages of " Knight to Take a Stand " to the ultra-modern futurism of " DMinator: The Final Frontier, " the speed with which Dance Marathon raced through the ages surely made the 26 hours of dancing seem like nothing in comparison. The program ' s dancers and moralers were also graced with the celebrity presence of actresses Tina Majorino and Kim Webster. Speeches by foundation member Jake Glaser and AIDS activist Sherry Lewis evoked the emotions of the philanthropist within, while live performances by Helicopter Helicopter and Tyrone Wells helped to keep the atmosphere charged with excitement as the hours quickly passed. This year ' s event etched fond and lasting memories within the minds of the participants. With regards to Dance Marathon 2005, and its incredible contribution to pediatric AIDS research, Dance Marathon website designer Doug Behl stated that it " let people see the empathy and social awareness of UCLA students in relation to the world, " which will reverberate encouragingly in the hearts of the community for a long time. Despite enduring painful muscle aches and resisting a night ' s worth of sweet slumber, dancers and moralers alike grooved away to the tune of charity. Students were able to directly contribute to a life-saving cause while enjoying an entertaining and memorable night, bl by Ckri HemttrmaM. You ' ve pressed your power suit, perfected your interview etiquette, and mastered the firm, but not overly intimidating handshake. The resume has been laser inked onto thick cream paper. All that ' s left for you to do is attend the Job Fair for a chance at a highly coveted internship that will separate you from the pack come graduation. On the day of the fair, the Ackerman Grand Ballroom was transformed into a bustling bazaar of company stands and power-striders. Carol Trigg, Assistant Director of the Career Center, described the biggest perk of the fair as " definitely the volume... there are more employers under one roof and they are specifically here just for Bruins. " Some ambitious students came armed with a strategy and quickly zeroed in on a few companies they were particularly interested in. " I ' ll browse through all the stands because this is probably the most access I ' ll have to these people, but I basically talked to any rep who ' s nice enough to explain things to me, " admitted Giselle Galang, a fifth year microbiology, immunology, and molecular genetics and English student. Others wandered around gathering free goodie bags and accumulating a healthy stack of business cards. From ABC, Inc. to Wells Fargo, the diverse crop of employers offered a largely accurate survey of the job market. In an increasingly connections-oriented world, these fairs presented the chance to cultivate invaluable industry contacts. While this fair offered the broadest selection of opportunities, other boutique career fairs catered to more specific interests. The Engineering and Science Fair was geared more towards students specifically enrolled in the engineering school, while the Government and Community Job Fair presented jobs drawn from that particular field. With internships in high demand due to their offer of experience, 86% of the students here took on at least one internship before graduating. This past year, whether it was discovering what they wanted or getting what they already knew they wanted, Bruins fully utilized the career fairs as stepping stones to embarking on the grand rat race that is the real world, bl Below: Two scouts from Hie Guess? clothing componv captivate Bruins with then intense hiring policy. Organized by the UCLA Career Center, these job fairs presented a rare and candid glimpse of the opportunities ovoiloble to students after graduation. Phologwphed by Angela Lau. Above: Bruins furiously take notes and fire off questions os the Wells Fargo representabve gives students valuable information on the banking industry. The renowned Job Fair attracted not only top students, but also many big name employers such as Microsoft, JPL ond CBS. Photographed by Angela Lou. Left: With his credentials and portfolio i n hand, a professionally-dressed Bruin engages a recruiter with his upfront and ambitious demeanor. The job fair allowed students to speak their mind ond ask questions without the formalities associated with an actual interview. Photogiapbed by Angela lau. Above: Using sharp, eye-catching backdrops, o knowledgeable recruiter introduces eager Bruins to the exciting, cutting edge field of aerospace engineering in Ackermon Grand Ballroom. While the Job Fair has been a long standing tradition, the Career Center tried a new approach this year by offering more boutique fairs catered to particular interests. Photogmphed by Angela Lau. O Q -i t CD c Above: Art in the form of fote pointing gives younger patrons o comivol type atmosphere. The festival featured tents devoted to books for children and parents to read together. Photographed by Angela Lou. JRF1ZTE3I Above: Fomous short story writer and novelist Ray Bradbury speaks to c rowds of enthralled fons. The author chronicled how his dedication to and passion for writing led to o successful career. Photographed by Nicholas Weston-Swon. Right: Spectators listen attentively at the poetry reading stoge. The festival celebrated all types of written works ranging from poetry to prose. Photographed by Angela lou. r £ : hoN Every year, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, in conjunction with UCLA, draws characters and personalities from all over the Los Angeles area with their shared interests in a time- honored activity. Famous and renowned authors, critics and bookworms came to our esteemed school on April 23 and 24 and partook in their roles as purveyors and surveyors of knowledge. This year, the Festival of Books boasted cameos from a wide range of authors. From esteemed former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to nerd-chic director Kevin Smith to Olympic medalist Sasha Cohen, there were authors and celebrities from all the different sectors of media output. Regretably, most of the bibliophiles present at the festival weren ' t UCLA students. There were UCLA Alumni returning for a nostalgic glimpse of their alma mater; hopeful parents wanting to imbue a love of books into their children in the Children ' s Area; lean, emaciated hipsters trolling for political readings in the Akashic Books exhibit; and then, the lone UCLA straggler who was drawn by the noise and hubbub on campus. Second year mechanical engineering student James Chaing mentioned, " I didn ' t go [Sunday] but I came by [Saturday] because I was attracted by the crowd. I saw that fat guy speak yesterday - he ' s funny. 1 usually avoid books. I look at pictures. " Another passerby wandering through declared that he came to the festival for " the ladies, the intellectual ladies. " Defending himself, fifth year religion and political science student Abraham Chuang hastily amended, " Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. It is what makes this event great. I particularly like the icon this year - the lion preying on the herbivores using books. " Still, the heard-but-not-seen avid UCLA book festival attendee did exist. " I go to the book festival every year, " said fourth year political science student Siddhi Saraija. " It ' s my favorite part of the year - being out in the sun, watching people, illustrations and all the art. " Her ' s was a rare breed as most UCLA students seen in Kerckhoff Coffee House said that they were on campus all day but didn ' t, in fact, go to the festival because they were studying. It was an opportunity to discover new authors and new books - to put a face and a voice to books that you ' ve only seen sitting idly on a bookstore shelf. It was an opportunity to treasure and for UCLA students, located in such convenient proximity to book festivities, it should be an opportunity to appreciate, bl A Novel Way to SfienA WeekmA,... by jaxmieimejau As promised, Spring Sing 2005 was " Good to the Last Note, " and left students wanting more. Heralded as UCLA ' s oldest and greatest musical tradition, the competition was a spectacle where only the most talented and fantastic had the opportunity to duke it out for the crown of the king or queen of Spring Sing. Flawless routines and perfectly-pitched notes flew around the arena, as a wealth of talent was brought to the stage. The anticipation started to build before students even filed into their seats; some chose to begin camping out as early as 1 p.m., seven hours before the curtain rose. Many took shifts, like second year mechanical engineering student Michael Elbogen, who said, " The time actually passes by quickly if you bring things to do, and you get great seats. " Over 4,500 students, alumni and friends were in attendance with celebrities such as alumni Danica McKellar of " The Wonder Years, " Jason Alexander, and UCLA ' s own Accounting Professor Michael Vendrasco, who received a standing ovation. These judges weren ' t the only ones to receive this honor. The annual George and Ira Gershwin Award for Musical Achievement was presented to Kenneth " Babyface " Edmonds as the crowd tried to entice him to sing a song. The result was partially successful, as he serenaded guests with an old elementary school ditty. Even without a Babyface hit, the audience had more than its fill of performances, as sixteen amazing acts flew by. With an initial tryout list including 80 acts for the four categories of Solo Duet, Band, A Capella and Production, these 16 were the best of the best. Notable acts included first place finishers The Jumpmen, Willie Chase, and Chi Omega and Alpha Gamma Omega. The show went by even quicker as Spring Sing ' s very own Company performed skits between the acts. Side-splitting humor and insight into the everyday ordeals of the average UCLA students never failed to steal the spotlight, as some students looked forward to seeing the Company more than the acts themselves. " Company is so funny, they are the reason why I came to Spring Sing, " commented second year economics student Matt Kugizaki. Whether students and alumni came to Spring Sing for Company, Babyface, or to see a friend perform, one thing is certain, they had a night to remember, bl Better tkaAt Pollers after craAMAMAAiXj by StefasUe Wona Below: Delia Tau Delta and Kappa Delta strut their stuff in their representation of the undie run. The category for best production entry was won by Chi Omega and Alpha Gamma Omega, winners from last year ' s Spring Sing competition. Ptioiogiuplml by Hudson Hou. Above: Pouring out his innermost thoughts about his TA, Drew Cowens holds nothing back while performing his original song. His lomentation drew chuckles from sympathetic members of the crowd. Photographed by Hudson Hou. Left: Winning the A Capella category for the second year in a row, the sultry women of Rondom Voices perform " Goodbye. " These 12 girls hove been busy in the studio recording their third album, to be released in September. Photographed by Hudson Hou. Above: Guitarist Shawn Von Valkenburgh of the pair Shawn and Paul delivers a smashing performance in the Solo Duet category of the competition. Up against stiff competition, the duet lost to Willie Chose, who olso took home the overall competition award. Photographed by ksnw Mu. CO CO 3 Below: Attracting over 30,000 visitors each year, the Jozz Reggae Festival is a success for the mony vendors and artists on hand to sell their goods. The two-doy event boosted diverse booths and coveted wores for those patient enough to sift through the stands. Photographed by Steven liadie. ■ ,J H R CTO A-ZF v • «« Above: Music enthusiasts fill the intramural field to capacity, with only me early risers managing to secure blanket-sized plots on the lawn. At $15 a person, the event was a bargain for every patron. Photogiaphed by Steven liodie. M «- ■.: Above: A pint-sized patron en|oys the hands-on attractions afforded by the Jazz Reggae Festival. Admission for children under 5 wos free, allowing entire families to enjoy the festival. Photogiaphed by Steven liodie. Right: Green, yellow and red, the colors traditionally associated with reggae, pervade ttie festival ' s ombionce.Held over Memorial Doy Weekend, Monday saw the shift from a jozz to o reggoe atmosphere. Photographed by Steven liodie. m m .-A S fi Amidst the crowds of dreadlocked bohemian activists and tattooed muscle men, the 19th Annual Jazz and Reggae Festival, presented by USAC ' s Cultural Affairs Commission, took place Memorial Day weekend on the Intramural Fields. Tents offering edibles from Bolivia to India to Louisiana catered to people that hailed from all over and ranged of all ages. The fumes of buttered corn, sunscreen and smoke wafted through the air as everyone gathered to celebrate their appreciation for smooth strains of jazz or thumping rich beats of reggae. Though some Campus Security Officers had originally pegged the crowds at 30,000, some say that the attendance of the festival exceeded their expectations. " I love reggae, " said a CSO, " I couldn ' t stand still. The crowd was great. They were at 101%! " The festival-commencing Jazz Day, May 29th, showcased performers India Arie, Roy Hargrove, Dwele, Sheree Brown, the Unwrapped All-Stars and the UCLA Jazz Ensemble. On Reggae Day, May 30th, artists Anthony B, Rupee, I Wayne, Detour Posse, Red Rat, Elan, Mr. Mutton and others executed their acts with zealous love on the stage. The crowd, buoyed by the performances and the occasionally strong political message, cheered ecstatically and danced in circles. The lone wizened old man at the back of the field swayed to the rhythm of the music with closed eyes and a carefree demeanor. Duck, who validated his name by showing his name tattooed on his left bicep pronounced, " The music was stupid, the girls were thirsty and the [herbs] were retarded. Today was a good day. " Similar sentiments were supported by D Nizzle: " It was hippo. The potamus. And off the hook. There was a lot of meats. " Despite Duck and D Nizzle ' s immense satisfaction with the day ' s happenings, Duck ' s friend Booker Roberts was less enthused. " There ' s too many people here today. But it ' s still a good thing though, " said Roberts. His reaction was seconded by Kenny C, who commented that while the music was " cool and mellow, it was too pricey and there was too many police. " While admission was free for UCLA students, attendees were compelled to pay $15 for tickets. Dogol Tesfu who was passing out fliers near the exit, mentioned that though he liked the performances, " It was better last year. " From noon to 7:00 p.m., the IM Fields were transformed into a music festival of savory eats, eclectic shops and soulful music. After it was all over, the grass was littered with wrappers, bottles and flyers. It was difficult to imagine that this battleground of debris as anything but a raging music arena. Custodians at UCLA had their jobs cut out for them, and hopes were that they would receive a healthy chunk of the amassed $15 per person, bl Brtita tit tkej zz, brtiuj tit the ivuvk byjcuckiejou s ' I have neverigtschooling interfere with mv education. " -Mark Twain Br Tiins relish the pursuit of education, especially the extra-curricular variety. Despite words of wisdom passed down to us b our elders, we relish throwing caution to the wind and regrettingthe experience after the fact. We live for those pre-final panic atfacks, post- failure binge bouts, and rare epiphanies that take shape amidst hazy thoughts. So the t " next time those overachievers have you chasing coffee and curves, remember why we ' re really here. TMeis much beyond the bubble- wrapped worSM f scantrons biuijjrooks and alphanumeric indicators. College is merely a quiz in the test of life, so stud} hard ! ■ 0 -war and peace in africa p. 44-45 -oceanography p. 48-49 -education abroad p. 50-51 -library services p. 58-59 -Q S ■ U E ID -a a u Eg iSs In a continent marred by ongoing civil unrest, warfare, the AIDS pandemic and constantly evolving country names, tribal squabbles may seem like a concern of low priority to the international community. But for Professor Emeritus Richard Sklar, the political instability that plagues the African continent provided his students with what he felt was a formidable challenge. By engaging in discussion of the fundamental " causes and forms of warfare on the African continent with particular attention to ongoing conflicts " in the region, students simulated the inner-workings of African politics through astute role-playing. Honors Collegium 123 hardly resembled common courses offered at UCLA; Professor Sklar directed his class with an edge that prepared students to persistently think outside the box while adapting to difficult historical situations. Conflicts covered in the course were geographically divided into Atlantic coastal, Northeastern and Central African clusters, with special focus on Cote d ' lvoire, Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Students participated in two two-day " consultations " on the Atlantics wars and Sudan, and one two-week conference on the Congo. During each of the simulations, students were assigned a role at random and expected to prepare that individual ' s perspective for the ensuing discussion. To make the experience as real as possible, students were instructed to " identify with personalities " and " partake in making fateful decisions " deemed appropriate by historical precedent, explained Sklar. Through such exercises students quickly learned that when representing someone influential at a crucial juncture in history, the consequences of one ' s actions clearly transcended the isolated scenario presented. Professor Sklar noted that simulations were such significant segments of the course because they effectively fostered disciplined thought. A Congolese scholar recently attending a consultation on the West African Wars was astonished to observe students actively learning as the role-playing progressed. Fourth year political science and history student Atif Beg called the experience a worthwhile one in saying, " Honors Collegium 123 has definitely taught me one thing: Know your role. " bl ProfessorHi ghli Professor Richard L Sklar Sam Brown English, Third Year l vKL ' ' " U " In the words of our professor; this class crosses the line between academic achievement and real education, rather than just improving our focus on achieving. " _Jake_Ktall English.ThirdYear " Professor Sklar teaches with such enthusiasm that it is infectious. My interest in Africa has grown because of the gentle, caring way in which he teaches the topic he loves. " Professor Emeritus Sklar does more than teach classes about Africa. He has taught at various African universities in Nigeria, Zaire and Zimbabwe. Between literary accomplishments and jet-set professorship dealing with African Post-imperialism and developmental democracy, he shed some light in a region long known for blackness. " At present, the UN is relying on the African Union, which has undertaken a mission to send 3,000 peacekeeping troops to Darfur. President Bush, Secretary Powell and Ambassador Danforth should be credited with having made a contribution of historic significance. With British assistance, they revived a long dormant peace process in Sudan and brought it to fruition. Let ' s hope! " — 1 Left: to Colcut, onthropology student, ossumes the role of Ahmod Tejan Kabbah as president of the Republic of Sierra Leone in a mock conference. Roll ploying allowed students to realty identify with what they were learning. ' « (: : Above: Students listen attentively to eoch other during their conference on western Africa. Such conferencing wos part of on effort to let students really experience tanpplitics.,. Colin Yuhl as lasana Conte, All Volenzuela as Amadou Toumani Toure, and Vivek Singh as Mohammed ibn Chambers continue their lively debate even after doss. The collegium class allowed students to octively interact with one another rather than just sitting through tedious lectures. X O 3 O n o_ 5 " CO c ' 3 io i Joseph D. Mondel Vice Chancellor, legal Affairs Jonma Montero Vice Chancellor, Student Affoirs Steven A. Olsen Vice Chancellor, finance and Budget Donna L. Vredevoe Vice Chancellor, Academic Personnel s Son of a New York City taxi driver, Chancellor Albert Carnesale grew up near Yankee Stadium and took a unique route tow aid realizing his American Dream. After graduating from the Bronx High School of Science, he went on to study nuclear engineering, to advise multiple Presidents on arms control, to serve as the dean of Harvard ' s JFK School of Government and, ultimately, to become a Bruin. Because students rarely see this illustrious leader, and the National Enquirer still offers prize money for a picture of him battling Bruin Walk, he remains an elusive figure in the minds of many Bruins. So it was with great delight that I sat down to speak with the man with all the answers. Meticulous, witty, and surprisingly candid for a policymaker, he graciously articulated his impression of the direction in which UCLA is headed. Holding principal responsibility for everything from academic programs to parking, Chancellor Carnesale stressed his clear and unwavering commitment to the pursuit of academic excellence and access at UCLA. The Biosciences Initiative, a new Global Affairs Program and " UCLA in LA " are but a few of the accomplishments that have been spearheaded under his leadership. When asked about student fee increases - a topic increasingly on the minds of impoverished Bruins - he was quick to note that while fees continue to be comparatively modest, he is concerned about " fees undermining access. " " The trouble is that students are now paying more for fewer resources, " he said. As a solution, he touted the notion of higher fees in conjunction with higher aid, so that lower-income students could continue to enjoy equal access at an institution that is adequately funded. Though not always plain to the casual observer, running an organization boasting a $3.5 billion budget could hardly be a 9-to-5 undertaking. The Chancellor acknowledged that employing the " power of persuasion " merits an endless barrage of meetings, complemented by a series of evening engagements - a schedule that would force anyone to perpetually juggle priorities every dav. But such endeavors often coincide with his passion for the arts and athletics, and he expressed his good fortune for being able to share much of this time with his beloved wife Robin. Though leisure time is a rare luxury in the Chancellor ' s Residence, the avid reader nonetheless found time to engross himself in Dr. Jared Diamond ' s Collapse, a work that he applauds for its ability to intertwine various disciplines while projecting a message that enhances understanding in an enjoyable and easy-to-read manner. When asked about our basketball prospects for this season, the Chancellor all-too-seriously said, " I think they ' re great! And I ' m fully prepared to step in and play the post position if needed. " We may need his help yet. This is indeed a man of manv talents, bl Doniel Neuman Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost All Photogtophs Courtesy of UCIA Office of Media Relations. 3 a- n 3 " Q 3 a plankton of work paid Ever wonder what it would be like to be part of an undersea world? While few spent their days composing catchy under-the-sea ditties, many satisfied their fancies by enrolling in Earth and Space Sciences 15: Oceanography. Professor Aurnou - who was widely published in his field - taught the class with equal sass and pizzazz. " Water is really freaking complex; in addition it ' s a goddamn mess, " the professor pattered to the class. Continuing his rapid-fire dialogue, Professor Aurnou explained that there was still " tons out there that we still don ' t know, " adding that, " This quarter, we only learned the basics. " Many of his students would agree. Third year mathematics student Jessica Rivas confessed, " I liked the lab a lot more; the topics covered in lecture were too general to the course. " A couple of seats over, second year undeclared student Mel Tugal expressed similar sentiments. " The labs are a lot more specific than the lectures. ..I took this class because plate tectonics and undersea animals sounded interesting. " At the front of the class, Professor Aurnou looked like he was having the time of his life, in spite of the sea of tired faces looking back at him. Students trickled in twenty minutes after lecture had begun, but the professor wasn ' t deterred; he was a torpedo of energy with an obvious passion for the subject matter. After presenting an ocean documentary midway through the hour, he nonchalantly explained, " Everyday, new things are being discovered. Recently, this clip was filmed. It is the first time that two male octopi copulating have been recorded. " Titters of amusement finally emerged from a comatose crowd voicing its approval of the unexpected digression. When asked about the course, Professor Aurnou whimsically revealed that while, " I have only been teaching ESS 15 for three years, my impression of this year ' s students was that they couldn ' t do the wave. Last year ' s class was far more successful at it, and I am still not sure why that is. " Like guppies being introduced to adulthood, students looked to Professor Aurnou for guidance. Those who succeeded would live on to be strong and invaluable to the community, just as those ill-prepared or under-motivated would surely find themselves at the mercv of the sea. bl Taryn Muchnik Political Science, Second Year " This class taught me about awareness; I now know more about the different kinds of commercial fish that are environmentally sustainable. " Jessica Purdy Undeclared, Second Year " My favorite part of oceanography was when we went on the RV Sea World cruise and I got to touch a lot of interesting bottom dwellers. " Professor lonnthnn Aurnou Professor Aurnou looks more like a poet than the Assistant Professor of Plonetology and Geophysics. A curly fro tops his longish pale face; his hangdog eyes and ragged goatee would place him in o smoky coffee shop if he wasn ' t already too busy scuttling about a high-tech university lab, writing books, focusing his research on " the design of a large-volume, plane- layer, rotating magnetoconvection device to study the fundamental magneto-hydrodynomic flow processes occurring in planetary cores. " In any event, it does take a certain degree of poetic license to string together such gloriously polysyllabic words. It takes even more intellectual muscle to comprehend them. All in all, this oceanography professor is definitely not a drip. He ' s a " rapidly rotating, " fast-talking, wise-cracking dynamo of action. Above: Students enrolled in ESS 1 5 check out on otroy of crustaceans and other undersea critters. The field trip to Marino del Rey on the RV Sea World was on optional addition to the tedium provided by lecture-based doss meetings. Photogiopbed by Jennifer Kisbimizu. Left: Pelicons calmly float on their way as the boaters attempt to ovoid disturbing the ocean life. ESS 1 5 taught participants to appreciote the wildlife as well os the geography of the oceon. Photogmpbed by Jennifer Kisbimizu. m a 3 Q- C T Q n a c a E » -o o u Above: Hugh Carlson, fifth year political science student, looks across the landscape in the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Through EAP, students were oWe to experience cultures which they hod never encountered before. HtfugmphbuterafSta) W. Right; Stephen Hinton, fourth year physiological science student, and Ben Kaesay, fourth year mothematics economics student, visit a medieval Spanish church. The EAP experience wos on opportunity for many to see the grandeur of European culture and architecture. Right: Wanna Sohochartsiri, third year psychology student, peeks out from an iconic British phone booth. Along with Big Ben and Parliament, little idiosyncrasies such as these were an important part of a student ' s overseas experience. ■ IF the dish on going Last vear, the Education Abroad Program (EAP) sent 2,400 people to study in places like Australia, Israel and Vietnam. Students embarked on their cross-cultural experience seeking new experiences, crazy anecdotes, and above all, food. Fourth year international economics student Stephanie Hsu traveled to Edinburgh for a quarter and returned with her fair share of culinary experimentation. " In Scotland, there is no such thing as staple foods. They do have haggis, which is some odd combination of sheep intestines and other innards. Black pudding, which is pig ' s blood, is characteristically ' Scottish, ' too. Thev didn ' t gross me out too much, I ' m from Taiwan. " Rather than the foods, Hsu extolled values of the three pillars of her Scottish encounter, " Britishisms, Franz Ferdinand and pale ale. " Hsu recommended the experience to anyone even remotelv interested because, " When else are you going to be independent, young and reckless? " In Japan, fourth year literature student Dickson Wong found living in another country stimulating and refreshing. " Studying abroad and seeing the best and worst of Japan was an eye-opener. I discovered that sake bombs didn ' t really exist, only the nuclear ones. And life there really built up my tolerance. " With a dashing wink and a confidential air, Wong looked back on " the food. The fish market sushi after a night of 6 a.m. craziness. Or was it McDonald ' s that night? I really can ' t remember. " This debauchery which suited more than one of us grew evident after fourth year cognitive science student Amit Kumar reflected on his own adventures during his stay in Lyon, France. " It was really cool; I ' m now an international fugitive. " Kumar relayed a tale of suspense, cunning and daring. " While I was in France, I forgot to tell the phone company that I left and came back to the States. So the telephone company kept charging me money until I owed them 280 euros. I ' ve gotten an e-mail from them saving that I ' m banned for life from taking out any phone plans in France. " Back in the states, Kumar still listens to French rap, busts a French move at times, and is quite the fan of French pastries. Immersed in American culture, many of us have little idea of what we ' re missing out on. Living in the United States sometimes means a tireless 24-hour inundation of all things American - movies, music, media, people and places. It ' s nearly impossible to break free of the bubble of Americentrism - after all, we ' re surrounded by it. But every year, outwardly minded Bruins grab life by the reins, take to the skiesh and tempt fate. Did she say pig ' s blood? bl w m Left: Towni Wcrton, fourth year American Literature and Culture student, stands in front of the famous leaning Tower of Pisa. With its rich history and culture, Italy was o top choice for many students studying abroad. Photograph Courtesy oi Towni Worton. i a o° o- o Q O CQ Q 3 Right: Professor Kuntz regoles students with toles from Hollywood ' s scandalous, yet glamorous, golden age. Students often learned what was behind the pretty pictures on the screen. Below: Students are whisked away to the movies during lecture by attending in the Jomes Bridges Theater in Melnitz Hall. The theoter rules prevented students from enjoying the usuol popcorn with their movies. Above: The ominous Morion Brando as Don Corleone of Paramount Pictures ' the Eodfothe: becomes larger than life on the big screen. Classics were featured along with less famous movies such as Bfonde Venus. Professor Jonathan Kuntz Professor Jonathan Kuntz has returned as a visiting Associate Professor for UCLA where he received his M.A. and Ph.D. in Film Studies. As o well-known film historian and scholar, he was upon on numerous occasions to provide valuable knowledge and feedback in academic articles as well as various feature stories in newspapers such os the LA. Times and UCLA ' s very own Daily Bruin. For Film and Television 106A, Kuntz exposed film history to those on compus who might never benefit from me wealth of film classes offered by the exclusive School of Film, Theater and Television. " I always tell my teaching associates thot 95% of the people in the class will be taking this as their first film class ond their only film class, " Kuntz said. Above: Professor Kunfz ' s stories of Hollywood dazzle even those most familiar with the L.A. scene. Hollywood, Sunset and the Walk of Fame all played a critical part in the history of motion pictures. — 1 in the dark of the Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh in full color, on the big screen, in the greatest love story of our time. Well, ma} be not for Fall Quarter, but movie buffs had plenty of good films and interesting movie history to keep them satisfied during Film and Television 106A, History of the American Motion Picture. Film 106A was a grueling nine hour per week course that invited students to find out what was behind all the glittery images that are the final product of an industry Los Angelenos know so well: the film industry. Beginning with Thomas Edison ' s invention of the Kinetoscope and theorizing about the future of digital technology in the industrv, the course familiarized students with the late-19th century and 20th century developments of the motion picture. While the lectures did not focus too intensely upon film analysis, discussion sections did give students a chance to analyze social influence upon films as well as look at editing styles and techniques. During the first half of the four hour class, students listened to the Hollywood stories presented by visiting professor Jonathan Kuntz. During a lecture on the Fatty Arbuckle scandal which resulted in the death of starlet Virginia Rapp, Kuntz related, " The scandal was so big, his contract was cancelled. He was acquitted of murder charges, but his career was over. " Kuntz ' s relaxed lecture style did not imitate the drama he described, but kept the students interested just the same. Following the lecture, students snuggled into their seats for the film of the day. Third year business economics student Zahra Giga raved, " You get to watch some of the best movies of all time in a movie theater without having to pay for it. " Although the films screened were not always what was expected - whoever heard of Gun Crazy - they did provide a break from classes where Power Point graphics were the best visuals offered. " He should have shown movies with the Governator, " joked fourth year history student Nick Talbot. Like Talbot, many students used the course to fulfill a general education requirement, though some students were members of the School of Film, Theater and Television. The 240-person lecture buzzed with Bruins ranging from first years to fourth years, with even a couple of super seniors squeezing in. The popular class, filled to capacity during both fall and spring quarters, proved that UCLA can ' t avoid the Hollywood aura though academics are highly emphasized on campus. And all the attendees of Film 106A wouldn ' t have it any other way. bl Kambria Cal dwell Psychology. First Year " I like that we get exposure to so many different types of movies, but I think the professor should try to integrate more movies that represent people of different races. " Aonnie Seese Neuroscience, Second Year " I really enjoyed watching all the old black and white films while learning about the history of each film. " 3 Q CD o 5i!yttT MWO 7 SOCJL ItatTio " WSCt ' 3 Right: With such high demand for its services, Covel offers tutorials ranging in duration and subject matter. Procrastinate were often forced to search elsewhere for help as the popular programs quickly filled to capacity- EDUCATION! 80 Albert Ml. tonmc, Kir. Jeff HiSl ft 22 1 222 2 21 2 24 helping the best and th u. ■ ■ m s JT M E B You wore hopelesslv behind in your classes. On top of adjusting to the strain of leaving home your first year, you decided to take four classes of which three midterms fall on the same day. Your roommate never seemed to study and there was always a group of his obnoxious friends guffawing, grunting and seriously detracting from your study time. To make matters worse, Usher repeated ad nauseam, bombarding you with the not-so-dulcet tones of " Yeah. " What was one to do? Enter the answer to all your prayers. Armed to the teeth with answers, Covel Tutors welcomed your ignorant questions and promised quick results. Thirty-four tutors took on the task of enlightening as many as five hundred eager students, often doing so in classes of less than nine individuals. Competition for tutors could get stiff at times, explained fourth year mechanical engineering student and math tutor Jeff Lau. Students continued to vie for " more personal contact with the tutors, " said third year biology student Hannah Hong, " I like talking to the tutors because sometimes they ' re better than my TAs, and I always get more immediate responses to questions. " And while tutors actively " blacklisted " those who repeatedly missed classes, many students risked persecution and returned nonetheless. Fourth year linguistics student and ESL tutor Sherry Lin explained that, " one of the most amazing things about working at Covel is that the students come in with their ideas, not knowing how to express them, and I just help them flesh it out.. .all the ESL students are so unbelievably hard-working and it ' s such an inspiration working with them. " With both students and tutors responding so positively, it was no wonder that Covel Tutorials were such a valuable academic asset. Through the trials and travails of life we all needed somebody there to support, encourage and nurture us to fruition. Tutors served such purposes, and the effects they rendered were amazing. No longer sour, suffering and friendless, you ' ve become a new person thanks to those tutors. You presented yourself to them as a modest member of society ' s ignorant and though they were initially lenient, they ultimately expected nothing less than excellence. And excel you did, thanks to a little help from those splendid tutorials, bl Monica Posin Psychobiology, Fourth Year " AAP has really helped my GPA throughout my stay at UCLA. Their information is presented in a very clear and understandable manner " Leela Athalye Psychobiology.Third Year " Covel tutoring is helpful even if you ' re not struggling in the class because it ' s a good review of the material and helps to solidify your knowledge of the subject. " ve o o CD £ c o E 0) O u Professor Jennifer Steinkamp Professor Steinkamp hos been teaching 3-D design and animation classes at UCLA for seven years. Outside of class, Steinkamp is a renowned installation artist whose work has been exhibited in some of the finest and most diverse venues in the world, from LA ' s Museum of Contemporary Art to the Istanbul Modern in Turkey. She has also worked for big-name production companies such as Sony Pictures and Disney Imagineering. Her larger-than-life exhibits take ordinary mediums to new heights to create innovative pieces that " explore ideas about architectural space, motion, and perception. " Inevitably, some of the hectic spontaneity of the art world carries over to her classes, but she always maintains a confident attitude and " keeps faith that the class is going to work out. " Right Students stare at consoles instead of notebooks during class meetings. Contrasting with the overage note-taking lecture, weekly meeting included hands on experience and vibrant class participation. Photographed by Nicholas Weston-Swon. Below: Ryan Hutchinson, fifth year design | media orts student, works diligently on his three dimensional model project. Students spent countless hours in lobs putting all of their creative energy into their work. Photographed by Nicholas Weston-Swon. Above: A port-man and part-troll creation comes to life through three-dimensional computer modeling. Such techniques were the same as those employed by grophicol animators in the film industry. Photographed by Nicholas Weston-Swan. Farawa) from Powell Library, Bruinwalkand Kerckhoff Coffee] louse, students in Design | Media Arts 156B Three Dimensional: Time and Motion in Virtual Space Stare intently at computer screens, manipulating neon green lines that serve as the structural basis of highly advanced three-dimensional models. Instead of scribbling notes, these students are bringing life to images that have their seeds deep within creative minds. Perhaps it was appropriate that the class was located in the Kinross Building, with Hollywood Video isible outside the window. For their first of two projects during the course, students were required to select a movie scene and elaborate upon it in a creative and unique way. This environment served as a basis to inspire new three-dimensional animated designs. Scenes were taken from movies ranging from Requiem for a Dream to Top Gun to The Nightmare Before Christmas. " The difficulty level is prettv high, " third year design | media arts student Tina Hsu said. " It all depends on what you chose to do. " Hsu ' s project was inspired by the Japanese film The Mystery ofRampo, and took students on a journey through a mystic courtyard filled with delicate grey stepping stones and red banners waving in the wind. In a sense, Professor Jennifer Steinkamp served as a guide and advisor rather than the authority figure of manv professors on campus. Every week, the students exhibited their work, showing their progress and receiving constructive criticism from Steinkamp and their peers. Sometimes the scenes looked well designed and polished, while small paranormal anomalies revealed that there was always room for experimentation and improvement. " Todav, the scene may look very unfinished, " Steinkamp commented. " It ' s always a miracle in the end. " As a laboratory based course, class time was less structured and more oriented toward allowing the students to experiment with their ideas. Experimentation took many forms, with ideas and methods of actualizing their creations requiring working and reworking of designs. " It ' s really a process of trial and error, " fourth year design | media arts student Doug Behl said. " To make something look real, it could take 100 revisions. " Even with all the hard work, it is evident that the practice will pay off. Who knows, those 100 revisions could give these students the ability to create the next Toy Story, Finding Nemo or even the next Gollum... concocting a David Badgerow Design | Media Arts, Fourth Year " As modem designers it is becoming more essential that we be able to use the latest tools, and this class gives us that chance. " Mark Richardson Design | Media Arts, Fourth Year " In virtual space, we are not limited like we are in the material world. We are able to tell any story in any way we wish. We have learned how to make this medium truly come alive. " a CD — cq ' 3 2: CD Q_ o ' O CO Right: Sunlight streams through the windows of Powell Library, capturing the beautiful architecture of the building. The Rotunda hosted various cultural donees and concerts this past yeor. Photographed by hi Lu. Right: Students keep each other sane amidst the chaos of cramming for midterms. Study groups often met in Powell Library to go over lecture notes and exchange is. Photogmphed by hi Liu. Below: This student diligently attacks the ever-growing chapters of assigned reoding. Taking refuge in the library, students were able to study in a quiet environment or power nap during a break between classes. Photogmphed by Fei Liu. Above: As midterms ond finals approach, students ' lives become a jumble of study portners, notes ond books ■ just like this typical scene from Powell. The library was a much-needed safe haven from the distractions ond bustle of dorm life. Photogmphed by hi liu. h It was oneof theonlv places whore college students could bo persuaded to turn oft their cell phones ,ind abstain from eating and drinking. Most students regarded it with a love hale relationship. The " It " in question is none other than the sprawling UCLA network of libraries, which house over 7.6 million books and some of the most comfortable sofas found on campus. And with over 27 million foot of newsreel footage, its Film and fetes isior Archive can boast oi being second only to the Library of Congress Plowing through its awesome array of resources could be quite daunting without assistance. Fortunately, friendly librarians wore always there to guide the way. Assistant Head College Librarian Alice Kawakami explained that she focused on " engaging students and alleviating their worries by making information more accessible. " This year, the librarv implemented a new catalogue system designed to replace the outdated Orion-2. The transformation aimed to ensure greater accessibility to the library ' s stockpile of resources. The " Bruin Success with less Stress " tutorial was also launched this year, offering guidance on everything from plagiarism to sleep deprivation. Students also took advantage of the " Ask a Librarian " service, a process that resembled Instant Messaging with a librarian. While Powell library was the home base for most undergraduates, students took advantage of all eleven libraries on campus. From the utilitarian nature of Boelter to the gothic grandeur of Powell, each library offered students a distinct learning environment. First year undeclared student Ellen Jung pointed out, " It ' s just more fun to study at the librarv. I can bring my laptop and study without getting too distracted. It ' s peaceful and the architecture is pretty. " The library also provided a sanctuary for the weary and sleep-deprived. A quick scan of the college library would find many passed out on their books, with others just beginning the head-jerking that preluded impending bliss. During midterms and finals, Night Powell became the hottest 24-hour hangout on campus. The normally healthy trickle of students turned into an overwhelming torrent, and extra chairs were brought in to accommodate the procrastinators. The energy level intensified as students armed with nothing but fierce determination and nerves of steel buckled down to spend the entire night studying. The library became an indispensable resource for students aspiring to be scholars. And for those with a keen interest in academia, shelves upon shelves of books waited patiently, bl lost among the Jason DeBo lt Business Economics, Fifth Year " I sleep here between classes. The library is a great resource for research materials and use of the internet. " Phuc Nguyen Chemistry, Third Year " The library is a good place to....sleep! Just kidding! It ' s a really good place to study. " cr -i Q rr Q o ' 3 Right: Sheets of music lay testimony to the power sounds hove upon the oges. Music History 66 illustrated the influence of the past on the present. Below: The vibrating strings of a grand piono resonate with the mysterious notes of the Medieval Ages. The piano was a useful tool for conveying melodies from that time period in class. E CO D U f Above: A teaching assistont for Medieval Music addresses the importance of organization in research papers for the doss. Though it seemed like a dreary topic ot the time, the doss proved intellectually stimulating by addressing the influence of the Middle Ages on modern music. Professor Fliznheth Upton At the beginning of class, Professor Elizabeth Upton shifted and giggled with excited agitation as she waited for class to start. With her dark- framed glasses, pixie haircut and jerky gestures, she was as excited to be present as a comic book aficionado at her first convention. As the nation ' s best and brightest came trudging into her doss, Professor Upton turned on the full force of her geeky charm as she dove into the medieval influences on folk rock in the 1970 ' s. Her expertise in uncommon subjects lifted her from the vast pool of other acodemia pundits. Blurting out, " It ' s so cool! " with equal enthusiasm and self-conscious delight, Professor Upton clearly loved her work, which ranged from analyses on Led Zeppelin to the Lord of the Rings to the theme music from Diablo. Above: A student resorts to ploying on the piano, the modem day equivalent of the horpiscoid. Many were surprised to find out that their favorite songs hod Medieval roots. Toress the root of all that is medieval i Q Oi One doesn ' t know what to expect when sitting in a class titled " Medieval Music. " Whatever it was, it certainly wasn ' t a giant blow-up picture of a wild-haired Jethro Tull wearing a cod piece and playing a flute while bouncing on one foot. Professor Upton launched into her lecture, explaining the influences of medieval music on folk rock in the 1970s. Tolkien fans would be interested in being illuminated to how the publication of The Lord of the Rings influenced heavy metal music and hippie counterculture. Themes of the decade included psychedelic aspects, emphasized through sci-fi fantasy and hobbits, trolls and dragons. " Sorry, I had to be coy about drug use, " Professor Upton sheepishly said. " I just didn ' t know I ' d have to do this on a Monday. " As a general education class, its availability to students of all concentrations allowed Medieval Music to attract an array of students who wished to employ the right side of their brain to their academics. First year mathematics and economics student Gavin Ma admitted, " It wasn ' t really my style, but I th ought it was a really interesting class. I spaced out a little when we were talking about the old stuff, but I was really into the contemporary. " Similarly, fifth year applied mathematics student Lan Pan commented, " Being a math major, you really don ' t get the chance to have fun discussions, so this class was a welcome change. I really enjoyed the class on the Final Fantasy series - I ' m a huge fan. " Though written only a couple of decades ago, lines from artist Ian Anderson herald, " Let me bring you all things refined of galliards and chilling ale. " They were reminiscent of a more idyllic time involving velvet pantaloons and lutes, set to the blaring backdrop of an electric guitar. With harpsichords and chimes sprinkled among dorian scales and medieval jargon, medieval influences reminded students of a simpler time when merrymaking and camaraderie came easily with a vat of ale and jolly minstrels. It was a time when " kitchen prose and gutter rhymes " prevailed. In that respect, it wasn ' t really all that different from music today. " Join the chorus if you can, it ' ll make of you an honest man " sings one line, " life ' s long celebration ' s here, I ' ll toast you all in puny cheer. " " It gets back to a more real, authentic way of living, " said the professor. Is it really any different from the rap rhapsodies presented by artists today? " Keepin ' it real, " tales from the hood, and liberal use of " gutter rhymes " prove popular music today still reflects manv of the same themes of medieval minstrels, bl Tracy Williams Undeclared, Second Year " It was great to be able to take a class that I ' m actually interested in. I like being able to learn more about music I already know and like, as well as discovering new music. " Kri s ti n Wa idelicK Economics, Fourth Year " I enjoyed learning about music, some of which I knew and some I didn ' t, in different contexts. The professor andTAs were also very interesting and enthusiastic. " I v» ' O -i " o cs 1 »; Is 4 m i rMmm ' ' J .l . x i TB i ww ill EkP ) T nxX ■ 1 rfr " Time and Tide Wait for None " - Ancient Asian Proverb You were always told that life is too short to not make the most of it. But on December 26, 2004, these words hit too clos e to heart. On that day, hundreds of thousands of people in South Asia became victims to the largest rthquake in the past forty years. The ensuing tidal wave reached as far as a mile inland and was quick to leave absolute devastation in its wake. Tragically, few had warning of the approaching calamity, and estimates by the end of January placed the death toll at well nearly 200,000; the majority of casualties would be suffered by the impoverished region of Indonesia, and relief efforts would be agonizingly slow and tragically limited in scope. While tales of despair made it into our living rooms each night, it became all-too-easy to whip out the check book and pledge away concerns. But while some like fourth year economics student Kenny Tao were correct in noting that donating to tsunami relief agencies would become a " trendy " practice in American culture, there was obviously much more needed to be said. A friend of mine was visiting in Thailand that inopportune day, and while he rode the wave, his mother tragically fell to the sea. " Resolving never again to resolve, " he returned home and began life anew - what else could he do? After all, everyone learns to take the good with the bad, and to not dwell on losing what you once had. . 33 The Boston Red Sox defeot the St. Louis Cardinals four games to zero in the World Series to end the 86 year-old " Curse of the Bambino. " California becomes the first state to approve by ballot stem cell research, a topic that has divided conservative and liberal policy makers. California ' s most active volcano, Mt. St. Helen erupts for the first time in over two decades Opposing factions in the Sudanese Civil War propose to bring peace to a country ravaged and devastated by the 21 -year war. ranee unveils the tallest suspension bridge in he world, the Millau Viaduct, which peaks at over 1,000 feet. I;— I ■■■■■• " " M l The fortieth President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, dies of Alzheimer ' s disease at his home in California. The Olympic torch is lit, marking the return of the modern Olympics to Athens, Greece for the XXVIII Olympiad. The U.S. Senate kills a proposed amendment to the constitution by voting down a ban of some-sex marriages. of deadly storms to hit the Sunshine State and leave behind a trail of destruction. A staunch cancer awareness spokesperson and a cancer survivor himself, Lance Armstrong becomes the first person in history to win a sixth Tour de France. V • . A magnitude 9.0 earthquake centered in the Indian Ocean triggers a tidal wove that destroys thousands of homes and kills more than 300,000 people. The New England Patriots win their third Super Bowl title in four yeors, confirming the speculation that the franchise had built a footboll dynasty. 13 T W$K : ' 4 it- ! ' - :-. : ■ ' ■■ Representatives of the ployers union and NHL owners fail to agree on a new contract, resulting in the cancellation of the 2004- 2005 hockey seoson. After a 10-month marriage, Britney Spears and Kevin Federline onnounce the stor ' s pregnancy, her first and his third child. Record rainfall in Southern California results in a devastating landslide in the seaside town of La Conchita that results in the deaths of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles culminate a 30-year romance, marked by adulterous affairs, with a royal wedding. North Korea, a member of President Bush ' s Axis of Evil, admits possessing nuclear weaponry, adding to its growing weapons arsenol. Atlanta Olympic and abortion clinic bomber Eric Randolph pleads guilty to a string of bombings, receiving four consecutive life sentences in prison. I After over 10 yeors on life support, Terri Schiovo posses away after a controversial decision to remove her feeding tube, a measure protested by her parents and supported by her estranged husband. Director George Lucas releases the sixth and finol installment in the Star Wars soga, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. By David Michael Fqi Spaccia Ororor Rush ' s Warmf.rtca " Bush ' s foreign policy doesn ' t resonate with me and I don ' t trust the administration to further diplomacy and peace in the world. " " I didn ' t want to vote for either of them, but there are more things I don ' t like about Bush than Kerry I ' m not really surprised about the result of the election, though, because no president has lost during wartime. " " Everything about Bush ' s first term was pretty good except for the war on Iraq. " Elated Bush supporters attend the California Republican Victory Celebration at the Sutton Poloce Hotel in Newport Beoch. Bush won by o staggering 3.5 million votes in a modern-day blowout. Photogmpbed by Lynn Sandberg and Michael Sun, Daily Bruin. Jonathan Greenberg Musicology 5th Year Mark Hsieh Cognitive Science 3rd Year Diana Wang Computer Science 3ndYear Life resumed very early on November 3, 2004. It was a pleasure to wake up just three hours after Democratic vice-presidential candidate Senator John Edwards declared, " We will fight for every vote, because every vote matters. " Senator John Kerry, in his address to supporters defined the results as so close they represented an America deeply divided. But crucial provisional votes in Ohio would not be enough to garner a Democratic victory. George W. Bush won the Presidency, but lost the borough of Manhattan, 82-17. He won the popular vote but lost Washington D.C., 90-9. The communities arguably most affected by the September 11th attacks overwhelmingly voted against our commander in chief and his trigger happy tenets of preemption. And while the Bush administration ' s pre-September 11th agenda did remarkably little, by 2004 Bush had become alarmingly adept at making news. He became the first president in over 60 years to end a term in office with fewer American jobs than before he assumed the position. Millions joined the unemployed masses as government spending reversed a $5.6 trillion surplus into a deficit of trillions. Such a departure from historic precedent would have lingering consequences. But this election did not hinge on the economy, and retrospective voters were heartened by bold words of Bush denouncing the terrorist vermin. In this resolve our President was committed and unwavering. Bush pledged that an end to Saddam ' s rule would ensure a free and Democratic Iraq. But Americans have been left to shoulder expensive ground operations amidst grisly tales of Abu Ghraib and perpetual unrest. America and the world have endured many great tests It seems our nation took this to heart on November 2nd, during the first term of this presidency. And our president and American democracy flourished yet again, made tough decisions in the face of new challenges. In the The ballots were counted, and a leader chosen. But as wise words of Harry Truman, " Men make history, and not the Jesse Jackson so aptly explained, " Leadership has a harder job other way around. In periods where there is no leadership, to do than just choose sides. It must bring sides together. " bl society stands still. Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better. " -a CD — m 3 n O 3 Ti Ti 0 Below: Weathering disappointing election day coverage, the Democratic Party in Manhattan Beach watches the close race. The porty did not end on a light note, os Kerry ' s eventual concession speech marked the end of the anticlimactic election. Photographed by Lynn Sannbetg and Michael Sun, Daily Bruin. " The biggest issue of the election was Iraq. I supported Kerry ' s position about getting the troops out, but I wished he has a more diplomatic stance against Bush. " " Kerry was my choice because he seemed to care more a bout education. Bush cut taxes, but he also cut the education budget - it basically evens itself out. " Shiran Karimian Computer Science and Engineering 4th Year The Redskins ' last home game before the presidential election has consistently dictated the winner of America ' s greatest race since FDR ' s ascent to office. And their defeat to Green Bay this past year left ESPN boldly predicting Kerry ' s victory, with 0% of the precincts declared. After Boston ' s Cinderella performance, it seemed like Kerry the underdog could win it all. But in the most significant national election since 1968, the " vote or die " hype, controversy and potential for legal quagmire all but fizzled so quickly it begged the question, " What happened? " The most overlooked pre-election prediction unexpectedly became post-election reality. Those ridiculous chads plaguing the last election were of little importance, vote contesters were rendered insignificant, and even those lawyers swearing to pounce on the slightest hindrance to democracy were noticeably silent. In the end, the election of 2004 went off without a hitch; and while news stations were reluctant to declare a winner prematurely, Kerry ' s eventual concession quickly put an end to post-election anxiety. Fish out of Water The Great Flip-1 In Ohio - a hotlv contested state which lost over 250,000 jobs in the past fouryears - Kerry failed to articulate on the state of the nation ' s economy, and largely side-stepped opportunities to present innovative plans to boost employment. Many accused Kerry of localizing the election to a handful of states he would not win. " By changing the scope of the battlefield, the Kerry campaign could have maximized the Bush campaign ' s glaring weakness in communications, " explained political pundit John Ellis. And because voters in California felt their vote to be virtually worthless, they were left envying the residents of Ohio and Michigan who enjoyed disproportionate electoral influence. " I knew Kerry would lose eventually right after I heard the results from those two mountain hamlets - 35 for Bush, 21 for Kerry, and 1 for Nader, " said Brian Kennedy, a third year political science student. Kerry lost the popular vote by 3.5 million votes, a landslide in a simple majority system. But Bush set a dangerous precedent in 2000 when illustrating that a victory in popular vote did not necessarily determine electoral victory. Riddled by inconsistency and dubbed a flip-flopper from the get-go, John Kerry struggled in a futile effort against the House of Bush and its tenacious campaign highlighting his checkered past, bl n O 3 America enjoyed numerous scientific achievements during the space race, a time marked by the space launch of the Soviet Sputnik, which fueled a massive American " catch-up campaign. " Built on the tenets of competition and conquest, America responded by ceremoniously dropping a man on the surface of the moon. And while it has been 47 years since Sputnik made news, the race for space has increasingly come to motivate individuals faced with a rather new challenge. Initially based on the $25,000 Orteig Prize of 1927 - an appropriation that funded the pursuit of Charles Lindbergh ' s non-stop trans-Atlantic flight - the underlying premise of the Ansari X Prize was a simple one. Teams of individuals were commissioned to privately build, fund and launch a three- person spaceship to a sub-orbital altitude of 100km. The team that could perform such a flight twice within two weeks would be awarded ten million dollars and the opportunity to pioneer privatized space travel. The X Prize was established in 1996 and has registered more than 20 teams from seven countries competing for the $10 million prize. Largely sponsored by Anousheh and Amir Ansari, co-founders of venture capital firm Prodea, the X Prize took the Ansari namesake in commemoration of their charitable contribution to " The New Race to Space. " Teams varied in scope and ambition; many invested significant time and resources into the enterprise, but only one took home the gold. October 4, 2004 marked the second launch of Scaled Composite ' s SpaceShipOne in two weeks, making it the first non-governmental spaceship to breach the outskirts _ By J i mm y Yoon Below: Burt Ruton pops the champagne fot the money shot after the piize-winning landing. Attei eight years of developement and over $20 million of research, the team spared no expense on the bottles. Photographed by Reel. " It ' s kind of dangerous, isn ' t it? I would imagine it would take a lot of training. How could you let the public go up to outer space? What if they screw up and lose a $ 1 3 million shuttle? " would use my money for earthly intellectual pleasures, but if that ' s what made him happy, then more power to him. " of space. When asked to comment about the historic flight, third year sociology and communication studies student Tracy Wu replied, " We really are running out of places to explore. But whether the money could have been spent on other things is up in the air. " The era of privately-manned space exploration was a collective vision, forged into reality by individuals refusing to be bound by traditional perceptions of space travel. Though solely financed by philanthropist and Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen, SpaceShipOne was built by Burt Rutan ' s Scaled Composites and sponsored bv the " maverick billionaire " of Virgin Enterprises, Sir Richard Branson. Virgin pledged to provide space travel to the masses with its Virgin Galactic space tourism operator; the $190,000 flights will begin in Zach Collinger English 3rd Year 2007. These corporate tvcoons hardly evoked the romantic imagery of Charles Lindbergh ' s historic trans-Atlantic flight, and it is unclear what sort of impact SpaceShipOne will have. Pilots Brian Binnie and Mike Melville may never make it into the history books and the X Prize may be forgotten sooner than later, but the world ' s first commercial spaceship - dubbed the VSS Enterprise in blatant commemoration of a certain sci- fi show whose name need not be mentioned - will likely make an indelible mark in history, bl CO ■D Q r CD CO 4) D y Jimmy Yoon Upturned Politics Yasser Arafat ' s Death alters Palestinian Leadership " I disagree with the United States branding him as a terrorist. " " At the risk of sounding intelligent, I was aware of his death. " " It ' s sad to see any leader pass, but he was not as effective as he could have been. This is a chance for new leadership to come up and have a more effective role. " " I ' m happy he ' s dead. I just want the turmoil to end. " Right: Interim Palestinian leadet Mohmoud Abbas waves to the crowd prior to o speech during a rally in the northern West Bonk town of Oolqilya in December. In January, Abbas was elected as the new president of Polestine. Photographed by Kevin Fiayer, Ihe Associated Piess. YasimaTadlaoui Political Science EAP Student, France Rebecca Goglia Political Science 3rd Year EH Muizz Rafique Business Economics 4th Year Ben Pourrabbani Biology 5th Year Some said his passing was a blessing, but many mourned his departure. He was known as a merciless terrorist and a guerilla to some, but a freedom fighter and Robin Hood to those who knew him best. There was nothing in his life that was not debated. A sharply dichotomous and paradoxical figure well known to the world, yet shrouded in mystery; Yasser Arafat, we hardly knew ye. Arafat claimed to have been born in Jerusalem, but a birth certificate from Cairo clearly said otherwise. Such doubts and mysteries were only too fitting for Muhammad Abd al- Rahman ar-Rauf al-Qudwah al-Husayni, a man whose very death would be in question. Would we have expected any less from the man? I mean, here was an international figure made famous through guerilla warfare and terrorism, yet he won the Nobel Peace Prize along with Shimon Peres and Yitzhak Rabin " for their efforts to create peace in the Middle East. " And in classic Yasser fashion, he returned to Palestine praised as a hero and denounced as a villain. Perhaps Yasser suffered from a lack of attention during his motherless childhood. Maybe he was too eager to please those around him, or maybe he just reveled in extremes. Ayub Rhattak, a third year microbiology student, expressed, " While he was seen as a radical by many, he was a champion of Palestinian independence. " But fourth year psychobiology student Tim Hsu voiced his opinions succinctly. " Yasser Arafat. What a bastard. " While he couldn ' t bring peace to the Middle East, time brought peace to him. In the end, time was rjje only thing that only be a matter of time before Yasser Arafat posters line the gave Arafat a fair judgment as a man of fl sh and blood on campus dorms, " Viva la revolucion " inscribed in Arabic. It was borrowed time from Allah. only a matter of time before the myth replaced the man from History is too young to tell, but he has all the makings of Palestine. In the meantime, nothing has changed, and the a martyr. So will he share the spotlight of lorig-dead fighters of Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues to destabilize the region lost ideals like Che Guevara and Augusto Pinochet? It might in the name of freedom, bl | N Magnitude 9.0 4) In the wake of devastation The sun of Christmas day set upon the landscape of South Asia in its typical whimsical manner, as the day filled with giving and laughter calmly gave way to the dark sheath of night. In what proved to be a disturbing calm before the storm, the strongest earthquake in 40 years carved its path of destruction, originating from its epicenter deep within the confines of the Indian Ocean. In a doubly deadly one-two punch, the earthquake gave birth to skyscraper-sized masses of water, with land being the sole solution for the end of their fury. The Indian Ocean tsunami, striking the coasts of over a dozen unprepared countries, proved to be a deadening conclusion to the holiday season of 2004. At one point in time, the physical beauty of the tsunami ' s target area far surpassed the constricts of the human eye, as it had become one of the world ' s most idyllic vacation hotspots within recent years. In the aftermath, as international communities began to be realize the immensity of the destruction, pastoral images became faint memories of an uncomplicated way of life. The area became a setting for of an apocalyptic war of the worlds evidenced by fallen palm trees and endless amounts of debris. The uninvited waves left as quickly as they came, after annihilating the innocent microcosm of resort towns and orphaning children to a bleak livelihood on indescribable street corners. A sense of the fragility pervaded the minds of spectators experiencing the profundity of tragedy through the comfortable distance of television sets, internet web sites or morning radio Below: Josephine Green, second year English student, and Dave Korlik, second yeoi biochemistry student, coax out the hidden philanthropists from omong their peers outside of the Oe Neve dining hall. This charity event was a competition between the various floors of De Neve to benefit the Tsunami Relief Fund, Wrotograptefl 1 .V, I n " While the earnest outpouring of goodwill towards tsunami victims is heartwarming, we must humbly recognize and be careful not to turn a blind eye away from the other current and potential tragedies in this world. " ►- 1 " I was glad that Colin Powell £ stepped up and insisted that the US send more money. Our original pledge was just too small. " " The tsunami was such a catastrophe. I ' m just glad our government was able to send a good amount of money and aid. " talk shows. Third year biochemistry student Sana Rezai felt that the tsunami reporting " didn ' t elicit a large emotional response because the news came in small amounts. " Despite the buffer that the media created between the outside world and the tragedy itself, the impact of this memorable natural disaster was vividly expressed at UCLA through school-wide relief programs. From silent auctions, to penny wars and dodgeball tournaments, students were given a wide variety of ways to personally alleviate the sufferings of the grief- stricken survivors. Mourning proportionally spread throughout the world as the death toll of this single act grew to indescribable amounts. The tsunami tragedy was another catastrophe that forced the Frank Tran Engineering 2nd Year realization of the human condition on the general population. Third year English student Nathan Bettenhausen commented, " Although its direct effects have been felt by millions, the collective consciousness of mankind felt the blow. " Like previous tragedies, this catastrophe has reminded all of us of our general, irrevocable bond to one another, our humanity, bl c 3 Q 3 Rv .TAPnTTFT TMF .TnTT Below: An official assists 65-year old Salho Omar with election ink os she casts her ballot ot o polling station in Itbil, Iraq. Kurds in scores attended the election in the hope of goining a significant voice in the interim Iraqi Parlioment. Photogtophed by Sasa Kmli. AP " I don ' t think the United States should be in Iraq in the first place. I think it was between Saddam and Iraqis. " " I don ' t feel sufficiently informed about the democratic elections in Iraq to support or oppose the way in which they were conducted. " Marty Flores Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics 4th Year January 30th was a historic day for Iraqis. It was the beginning of Iraqi independence, from an interim government to an independent one. After two years of foreign occupation rift with inner tensions, public distrust and national humiliations, promises that were made long ago were finally realized. For the first time in half a century, free elections drew the tumultuous nation together and Iraqis of a formerly oppressed totalitarian government were able to publicize their choices by democratically electing a 275 member National Assembly and taking the first steps to stand on their own. Under the pallor of threats and hostility, the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq (IECI) reported a stunning 72% turnout with low turnout rates only in the Sunni Triangle towns north and west of Baghdad. The United Iraqi Alliance gained over 47% of the vote, parties from the Kurdish areas received about 25%, and Prime Minister Allaqi ' s party emerged a dismal third. The Sunni Arabs, with the lowest turnout rates, boycotted or were prevented from voting by local violence. In many parts of Iraq, long queues sandwiched between lines of United States soldiers expected insurgent attacks. Terrorists threatening to bathe the streets with " voters ' blood " killed two dozen people and injured nearly fifty others to prevent what they viewed as just another attempt by Americans to deal with issues that did not concern them. They weren ' t alone in their pessimism. Iraq ' s Democratic Election Many Iraqis saw the elections as just another way for the U.S. to lie and exert dominance over the Iraqi people. Disheartened by the overreaching arms of the world ' s most powerful nation, Iraqis thought that the " democratic " processes enacted were illegitimate. Others voting for the first time in their lives entered the booths with tears in their eyes. They waited in line for hours to have democratic representation in the government. Afterwards, these Iraqis proudly displayed their ink-stained fingers as a symbol of their civic participation. By February, it was clear that the National Assembly had selected a new Iraqi president. Jalal Talabani, head of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, was a vigorous opponent of Saddam Hussein and held the most powerful position for a Kurd in the Middle East since the twelfth century. In April, Ibrahim Jaafari, a moderate Islamic who fled into exile under Saddam, was named the country ' s prime minister. It was now up the Iraqi government to choose a Cabinet for the President, draft a Constitution and have a referendum on the new Constitution. Since the U.S. invasion of Iraq two years ago, 1,300 American soldiers have died; Iraqi casualties are more uncertain, ranging from 15,000 to 100,000 deaths. Amidst loss of faith, disenchantment and immeasurable sorrow, Iraq has gained the right of self-government. Whether or not Americans will remain a prevalent force in Iraq for the next couple of years, 2005 will be remembered as the year that Iraq took its first steps towards independence, bl Q -Q n .L» 1 Ellen Park Changing of the Gnard Pope John Paul II Leaves a Reverberating Legacy of Political TlVTPORTANrF. Right: Joseph Rafzinger of Germany woves from the balcony of St. Peter ' s Bosilito to o cheering crowd thot gathered soon after his election as Pope Benedict XVI. He promised to continue Pope John Paul II ' s conservative legacy. Photogiophed by Bomenko Stinellis, HP. " I was sorry for his death, and I know that he ' s done much during his lifetime. " Elissa Huang Business Economics 3rd Year " I felt like a great man died. He was a universal man, in that he was known in every country as a righteous man. " Alina Spatariu Astrophysics 4th Year " I ' m a Protestant, and I wasn ' t too informed about the Pope and what he has done. I had a good opinion of him though. " Joo Lee Computer Science and Engineering I st Year " 1 don ' t think it was a big deal. There are many great people who die each day that don ' t . j get much attention. His death j didn ' t affect me. " : Uffi Will Marrs Neuroscience 4th Year ll Amen was the last hope-filled word breathed by the frail Pope John Paul II, the leader of the over-one billion members of the world-wide Catholic population. Flags around the world stood at a desolate half-mast, in reverence to the fearless religious icon. His eventful 26-year reign encompassed his vocal and physical presence within the battle against communism and the continuation of the conservative nature of the Catholic Church. Born Karol Jozef Wojtyla on May 18, 1920, the eventual 264th pontiff quickly rose through the church ' s hierarchy within his native Poland. On October 16, 1978, Cardinal Wojtyla was voted into the highest position within the Catholic Church, a title that had been strictly bestowed upon cardinals of Italian descent for over four centuries. Throughout his reign, Pope John Paul II succeeded in achieving a legacy as the most traveled pontiff in history, visiting numerous uncharted territories including communist-controlled Cuba and multiple nations of Islam. As the final years of his papacy were limited by his crippling arthritis and battle with Parkinson ' s disease, the revered Pope was limited in his ability to physically reach his constituency; however, his influence had a continual presence that will far outlast his earthly reign, which ended on April 2, 2005. As the pontiff proclaimed his parallel stance with President Bush in regards to American domestic issues, the pope, arguably, created a rift between himself and Catholic youth. While the American working class had consistently exhibited leftist perspectives in terms of abortion rights and same-sex marriage during the pope ' s tenure, his holiness steadfastly maintained his conservative stance. However, Pope John Paul II oversaw the creation of National Youth Day, where the pontiff would convoke the world ' s young in an international summit, identifying and unifying the youth of the Catholic nation. Pope John Paul II was one of the world ' s strongest advocates of peace and democracy. His unwavering stance against the War in Iraq and his continuous fight for the peaceful coexistence of all religions elevated his presence in world politics. The Catholic church and the newly elected Pope Benedict XVII will certainly feel the influence of John Paul II ' s legacy for decades to come, bl o CD Q C " Rv F.tuttv IVTasamttstt Below: The Social Security cord is o symbol of investment and identification for America ' s working population. With doubt as to the future of the system, the symbol ' s meaning may die with reforms. Photographed by Pmity Mosamitsu, lennie Ihu. — P KTT " Bush ' s plan for private accounts is dead. There simply isn ' t enough support for it. " Nikh.il Chanla Political Science I st Year " At this rate, my generation will have nothing to retire on. " " I think we should not be taxed for it because we ' re not going to receive anything anyways. And George Bush has done nothing to save it, private accounts will lead to more corruption, less efficencey, and less regulation. " Adam Truxler Marine Biology 5th Year Diana Lopez Marine Biology 4th Year In 1935, under the leadership of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the government of the United States created one of the most successful programs for combating poverty: Social Security. The system required workers to pay a percent of their wages to a payroll tax to fund benefits they would receive from the government after retirement, thus reducing elder-age poverty. After its infancy, the program was widely recognized as greatly successful in decreasing poverty levels for retired persons. Today, elder-age poverty levels are lower than total population poverty levels: 10.2% compared to X% 7 MP State and federal taxes add up to shrunken paychecks for struggling workers. By privatizing Social Security, the government hopes to balloon wages in order to allow for more personal savings. ? S 12.4%. But the system faces a challenge which will greatly affect those who have recently graduated and have yet to graduate from UCLA. Social Security is running out of money. While most students see the problem affecting the elderly, one thing has been promised: President Bush will not decrease benefits for those nearing retirement age. So the debate continues, with liberals and conservatives arguing over the best way to solidify Social Security for future generations. On the one hand, most conservatives, with the support of President Bush, would like to privatize Social Security investment savings. In his State of the Union address in February, Bush touted privitization as the correct fix, preaching to younger generations, " Your money will grow, over time, at a greater rate than anything - Tts yonr Money Debating the Future of Social Security . o ! the current system can deliver. " The Bush plan is also hailed as completely beneficiary owned, a missing guarantee of the current plan. While it seems solvent, this plan rests upon the assuption that the markets will produce returns similar to those in previous years. This assumption, and a fear that people will put off investing in their retirement givent the choice, has spawed dissent among Democrats and more liberal forces in politics. Those opposed to Bush ' s plans see the need to divert funds from current government expenditures toward the ailing system. They remind everyone of the fund especially created to boost Social Security during its time of deficity payouts, a fund which the government borrowed from and has nothing to repay with. A compromise, with a smaller tax going to basic benefits and a larger share of wages available for personal savings, seems the only possible starting point for a solution. But most students feel helpless to steer Social Security in the path they deem worthy. Capitol Hill seems very far off, as does retirement to the recent graduate. Together with the fact that none of the solutions seem like the obvious fix to Social Security ' s leaky faucet, those who will be most affected by the change also feel powerless against its sheer magnitude, bl X CD o n Q_ en t r c 1 JPtr ftiB a ' . JA ' -r .-j i 1 M ; U t 1 4tKt ' J . ' t — Life loves to be taken by the lapel and told, ' I am with you kid, Let ' s go! ' " -Maya Angelou rhe more things changW ■pre they stay the same. Stl- lift at UCLA was no exception. d ..jy grind up Bruin Wal phe ever-revolving belt of " ! ti admil lite seemed to follow tine Rerns established by students during the ' 3Qs, ' 50s andB ' - I he same - ading up to Hedri Halls were tread on by alumni whose children attended UCLA in 2005. Apartments broken down from years of student residents ' carfl use were gold mines for plumbers and repairmen. But underneath the familiarity that is student life, it was the little things that made people realize that times were changing. uins worked to pay for an iPdlRstead of an LP, the Undie Run filled the streets of Westwood with lf-naked students, and UCLA Radio transmitted over a web site address rather than the airwaves. The bubble that is student life protected us from the real world jus|a little bit longer, and allowed us the lays of the college experience. M cafereedaj ska little bit lqn m -dorm life p. 88-89 -finals rituals p. 94-95 -working bruins p. 102-103 -daily bruin p. 106-107 -student groups p. 112-129 residence By Jacqueline Jou in question Like large stone giants, the college dormitories stand still and lifeless: Sproul, Hedrick, Dykstra, De Neve, Rieber and Sunset. Yet within these concrete walls, creativity flourishes and memories are born. Their names bring up fond associations with late-night Puzzles runs, hallway sports, agitated dorm mates and luxuriously long hours of loitering. Nowhere was sordid squalor epitomized as aptly as in college dormitories. Communal bathrooms, crowded rooms and coin-operated laundry machines abounded. The drawbacks were many, as second year electrical engineering student and dormer Sean Chang explained, " It ' s a good experience for the first couple of years. ..and it ' s cool. ..if you ' re social. Otherwise the apartments would be cheaper. " Even the perks associated with dorm life - like the well-propagated quality of dorm food - became " kind of redundant " said second year math and economics student Nicholas Degoede. But for every laissez-fa ire attitude, there ' s an opposing one; and with each exiting wave of students there were those who choose to prolong their experiences in the dorms. Program Assistant Jennifer Marcella commented on the camaraderie created through dorm bathrooms. Second year business and economics student Sarika Patel fondly recalled the " shower radio and shower parties. " Those who took part in floor government and organized social events found themselves surrounded by people who, despite their varying personalities and backgrounds, were mutually eager to take advantage of everything college dormitories offered. Third year history student and Resident Assistant Nico Smedley summed up the experience by inquiring, " When else are you going to have the opportunity to be around such smart and friendly people? " With the variety of personalities that occupy the myriad of dorms, floors and rooms, each resident contributed in his own way. Each floor, though a part of a greater machine, was a self-sufficient cog in itself. The floor Butter Knife, who spread herself too thin to be a part of everything and every event; the Glowworm, whose inner glow was surpassed only by the outer radioactive halo caused from hours parked in front of the computer; the Shadow, who never uttered a word yet watched on; and the Critic, who stood apart from the crowd and judged all - these characters were neither here nor there, but likely everywhere. In the end, it all boiled down to the essence of dorm life: fun, frivolity and occasional frustration. After careful thought, first year computer engineering student Charles Roh eloquently determined dorm life to be a " scrumptious mind-boggling exhausting long walk. " bl Right: The entire Hill is transformed into o Halloween funhouse. Yin Lu, fourth year economics and accounting student, Koten Nguyen, first year electrical engineering student, ond Andrew Chou, first year electrical engineering student, partook in the festivities and got gussied up for the annual All-Hill Halloween. Photogiaphed by Steven liodie. 1 cult ure of communal convictions Left: Christina Widhei, second yeoi undeclared student, and Isidro Mansiul, second year history student, assist Anthony Rajosinghi, second year MCD biology student with a package. Dorm life ion smoothly with such diligent workers at the front desk. Phologwphed by Robyn Sunde. O Far obove: Courtside ' s C34 floor government bos some official fun during on ice-breaking activity, floor politics involved laughing, good times and free food - commodities that made any political gathering more interesting. Phologwphed by Jasmin Niku. Above: Mae Mislang, second year biology student, utilizes the resources afforded her by the floor program assistant in this Halloween event. PA programs brought people together in exciting and creative ways. Phologwphed by losmin Niku. Left: Shawn McCarthy, second yeor neuroscience student, mokes the most of his college education by hitting the books. Hardly just fun and games, college living was often obout working hard and montaining a well-balanced GPA. Photographed by losmin Niku. For above: Sean Davis, first year computer science student, Maik Hipol, second year biochemistry student ond Jessica Wong, third year comparative literature student, of Sproul II put on game faces as they play Texas Hold ' Em in the lounge. PAs often hosted events such as game nights to promote student interaction. Photographed by Robyn Sunde. Above: Student Health Advocate Ronnie Seese, second year neuroscience student, uses his doctoring skills to check the blood pressure of first year political science student Matt Neol. One of the SHAs ' duties was to help those who sought health advice. Pbotogwphed by Robyn Sunde. Above: Stalking the halls during rounds, Resident Assistant Tyler Shewey makes sure the music isn ' t too loud and the students are safe. RAs routinely surveyed the dorms when on call. Photographed by Robyn Sunde. J supportive staff aids new students I extended by Jaya Gupta family Exhausted from the arduous trek during the day ' s fast from food and water, he surveys the rock formation towering before him. Bruised and broken, the weary sage halts only to look back and offer encouragement to his struggling comrades - his family. " When most of us consider family, we think of aunts, uncles, cousins and such. But what about those people you live with day in and day out? And when the ' rents aren ' t around, you come to depend on the people vou see everyday. We work together to make sure everyone keeps their eye on the prize while fighting the good fight, " explained fourth year political science student and Rieber Resident Assistant Atif Beg. Sure they dispensed condoms, configured shower schedules and helped with calculus, but in their spare time, Resident Assistants (RA), Program Assistants (PA) and Student Health Advocates (SHA) practiced a lifestyle of strict asceticism. Well not really; but in some ways they did live a life of a 14th century monk. They helped the destitute, tended to the sick and offered computer guidance to the technologically wayward. In short, the staff of the Office of Residential Life (ORL) took their jobs seriously, fully aware that caring for the well-being of their residents was no small feat. When asked about her experiences as an RA in Delta Terrace, third year Arabic student Rita Qatami said, " My house is pretty good. They are very enthusiastic and respectful. I remember the first couple of weeks, everyone coming into my room one day just because.. .just kicking back and getting to know one another. " Though peachy at times, RA life brought much responsibility with it. Being " on call " often limited free time in the pursuit of spontaneity. Sleep deprivation became unavoidable. " And the thing you miss the most is not having people in your same year around. All your friends move off campus and you ' re left still eating in the dining halls, " Qatami continued tragically. Fourteenth century monks would have marveled at Covel ' s salad bar. Confined to their monasteries day in and day out, they cared for others while pursuing enlightenment. And though ORL staff members came from different walks of life, they too were bound by a Buddhist inclination to make a positive impact on those around them, bl Left: Kristino Holliman, first year moth economics student, Sora Beck-Pancer, first yeor undeclored student, Cosmo Costoles, second year biology student, Jennifer Hu, first yeor undeclared student, ond Program Assistant Maria Nunez, fourth year MCD biology and anthropology student, celebrate All-Hill Halloween, the efforts of the residential staff mode such programs possible. Phologmphed by Robyn Sunde. 11 1 II ' ' MiM Ak ' e ■j §fj " fi V VII m flu lAiti] ' S ,.1 I £ 73 CO Right: Students ' tars line the streets of Westwood in the early morning, before the parking enforcement team cruises by with citations. One of the constant struggles of UCLA residents was the scarcity of parking, which often led to expensive violations. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. Below: Leelo Atholye, third year psychobiology student, and Mollie Tobin, third year history and psychology student, stay up oil night to cram for an upcoming midterm. With more living space, it was easier for apartment dwellers to invite their friends over for study sessions. Photographed 6y Jennifer Richardson. i 5 Above: Polly Bull, fourth year history student, spreads thick frosting on yummy homemade cupcakes for her roommates. The kitchen was a central port of apartment living as students cooked meals, and baked the occasional dessert, for themselves. forays into By Alice Chang domestic life There were the basic questions: I low tar is it from campus 1 How big are the rooms? How much is the rent " And then there were the far more complicated, thought-provoking questions: how lenient is the manager about parties every weekend 1 I low will the tour post queen si e fit into the " master " bedroom? How many people does the Jacuzzi accommodate 1 What, no Jacuzzi? For anxious second-year students, and some freedom-seeking first-years, these questions started swirling in their heads during spring quarter. After finally finding and signing the lease for what they believed was the perfect apartment, these new tenants realized the hard part had yet to begin. To some, it was an easy transition. Others grappled with endless chores they would rather postpone. But with the conveniences of dorm life out of grasp, apartment dwellers forged new lifestyles by learning the responsibilities of independent living. Instead of enjoying a buffet of pizza, burgers, salad and ice cream in constant supply at the dining halls, the average renter survived on the essentials - ramen and take-out. With the paralyzing cost of renting a Westwood apartment, it was no surprise that students carefully evaluated each expense. " Bacardi, for sure; paper towels, nah. " To this effect, fourth year biochemistry student Candace Lee aptly summarized apartment life as " an endless cycle of dishes, bills and groceries. " But this lifestyle consisted of more than just chore evasion and unhealthy eating habits. It allowed students to host dinner get-togethers, marathon study sessions, and finals week blowout parties. Without the shadow of RAs lurking in every corner, these Westwood residents took full advantage of their newly acquired freedoms. Third year economics student Matt Gable enthused, " I love having a place of my own. My roommates and I host poker nights and parties for all our friends. " Now all that could stop the students were those familiar sirens piercing the air Friday and Saturday nights. Be it in the hills of Westwood, south of Wilshire, Santa Monica, Palms, Hollywood or Venice, the dream apartment was waiting to be found. The process of searching, signing, moving, furnishing and maintaining that apartment was long and arduous. And nothing compared to " your first. " For adolescents-turned-adults, the experience would be their first exposure to contracts, cooking and cleaning. And it would serve as crucial preparation for difficult choices as we all moved on. bl locked into a lease c 0) 3 alternative By Jaya Gupta medicine Stripping down to her under-things and pulling on a pair of running shoes, third year biology student Allison Murphy prepared for the quarterly Undie Run. It was cold, a little too cold for prancing around in underwear. Most students were hunched over their books or recovering from the previous night ' s intense cramming. Murphy knew that she wasn ' t missing anything. She ' d done this many times before. A ritual is " ceremonial participation in a set order of actions, usually performed to help bring a certain end about. " During Finals Week at UCLA, such acts included the potentially-pornographic Undie Run and the cacophonous Midnight Yell. Along with organized activities, students took small measures individually to help bring about a happy ending to finals. One student, who preferred anonymity, refused to relinquish the Harvard sweatshirt off her back. Apparently she believed that the omniscient aura exuded by the Ivy League school would somehow rub off on her. For some like Murphy, participation in the rituals had absolutely nothing to do with bringing about auspicious conclusions to difficult courses. Instead, " It ' s a way to break all the seriousness around finals and provide some healthy distraction for people who have decided to barricade themselves in their rooms with only their textbooks. More importantly, it is a great excuse to show off what you have and see what ' s around. If anything, it is more likely to waste your precious time than really help you. People do it because it ' s fun. " Others like first year biology student Allie Bjork participated in the midnight dash down Landfair to protest being blackmailed by the prospect of a bad grade and studying for " ridiculously difficult tests that no one is guaranteed to do well on in the first place. " Regardless of the reasons students decided to strip down or ravage their throats during the Midnight Yell, it was all a part of that crazy time called Finals Week. And for once, excuses weren ' t necessary. Psychologists and college students know all too well that people tend to do remarkable things when subjected to high levels of pressure and stress. Choosing to take off one ' s clothing in front of a large group of strangers, and then running solely in items that provide no guarantee that parts of human anatomy will not pop out, appears more like a lapse in judgement to the conservative and critical eye than anything else. Needless to say, any and all wardrobe malfunctions were appropriately applauded by tipsy spectators. Students were willing to do almost anything for good grades. Clothing-optional events included, bl : _ L - ri S5 » " QlV e Above: A past math midterm reigns over o pile of study papers. Gathering and trading past exams wos on important woy to assess the kind of material students should study in preparation for finals. Photographed by Fei Liu. keeping up the sanity and the grades Student: pout ovet notes and books while occupying the sunlit second floor ol Powell Library. Usually a shelter to lone stragglers, the library become the loved and hated home for many during tenth week and Finals Week. Photographed by Wony Blown. Q Above: Students study finals material together as the dreaded day approaches. Study groups were often recommended by educators and professors os o valuable tool for students to quiz ond help each other out. Photographed by hi Liu. Left: Mark Adato, third yeor mechonicol engineering and business economics student, and Swoyto Reddy, third year biology student, ore excited to participate in the quarterly Undie Run festivities. This new compus tradition helped relieve the stress of final exoms as students ran down Londfoir Avenue on the Wednesday of Finals Week. Photograph Courtesy ol Mark Adoto. Far Above: After launching the ball, this Bruin can only look on anxiously as the Elvis pinboll machine decides his fate. Arcade games at the Westwood Arcade on Weyburn Avenue kept Bruins entertained in between studying. Photogmphed by hi Liu. Above: Two Bruins shore subs and laughter at an outdoor bench as they rehosh their hectic day. With its cheap food and late hours, Buck Fitly Subs on Gayley Avenue was o favorite hangout among students. Photogmphed by hi to. Above: The Fox Theater, Westwood ' s iconic landmark, beckons entertoinment seeking students into Westwood night after night. In addition to regular movie screenings, the theater also hosted Hollywood glitz and glamour in the form of red carpet movie premieres. Photographed by hi to. bruin nights under city lights i . an evening in the village by Erica Liu Night falls and the Fox Theater ' s tall, shining beacon of light beckons, luring you down to Westwood. The Village guaranteed more thrills than your taste buds and liver could ever want or need. We all loved dorm food (anc the self-concocted disasters of apartment life), but there was only so much you could take. After that, UCLA students turned to Westwood to satisfy their gourmet cravings. Bruins never could shun a delightful ice-cream sandwich from Diddy Riese. BJ ' s was another favorite, tempting even the most diet-conscious with its deep-dish pizzas and fresh pizookies. Gypsy ' s Cafe offered warm falafels as you smoked hookah to your heart ' s content. And it wasn ' t uncommon to spy Bruins lining up at Starbuck ' s or the Coffee Bean for a quick caffeine boost. Catching a movie premiere in Westwood might involve schmoozing with the stars, as a string of theaters across Westwood provided Bruins with instant access to new attractions. Those with a taste for comedy found it either at the Laugh Factory on the Sunset Strip or Ultimate Improv on Gayley, both of which consistently provided pee-in-the- pants, knee-slapping, kick-in-the-crotch fantastic laughter destined to leave you breathless. But while Westwood overflowed with restaurants and theaters, bars and clubs were harder to come by. Unfazed, Bruins simply took to the traffic-laden freeways to explore the Sunset Strip and Third Street Promenade. The latter attracted large crowds gleefully watching street performers, while the former offered Bruins 21 and over a million ways to return home with nothing to show for but a splitting hangover. " Anything is fun so long as you ' re with the right people, " noted second year sociology student Cindy Nguyen. " Nightlife is great at UCLA because we ' re so close to everything in the city. It ' s more fun if you ' re over 21 so you can go clubbing, but overall, LA is bustling so there is always something interesting to do, " explained second year biology student Christine Hwang. So hone your chopstick skills at Miyagi ' s. Witness live music at the House of Blues. Be Irish for the night at Dublin ' s. And dance the night away in a drunken haze at the Dragonfly. Because when it comes to nightlife, Bruins really CAN have it all. bl Left: Bruins enjoy o night of fine outdoor dining at Damon ond Pythias, on inexpensive solad and sandwich place wih a Greek flair on Broxton Avenue. While Westwood locked dance venues ond nightclubs, it hod enough restaurants to satisfy even the pickiest of tastebuds. Photogiaphed by hi Liu. Z co ' c -a t 5 Right: Students huff ond puff through work-outs on stationary bikes in the Wooden Center. The gym underwent on expansion to offer more space to the plethora of active Bruins. Photographed by hi Liu. Above: Students sweat through a game of basketball at the Wooden Center. Activi- ties like this allowed Bruins to get to know one another during competitive exercise. Photographed by Fei Liu. eliminating .v -v. r.„nt, love handles By Jaya Gupta • ' i want to get rocked up and do curls for the girls, " said first war undeclared student Mike Douglas when asked of his motivation for routinely hittingup UCLA ' s Wooden and Sunset Canyon recreation centers. That, and to stay healthy. It ' s a good way, among other things, to relieve Stress, " Douglas continued soberly. These facilities were open to students in an effort to help them maintain a healthy and active lifestyle in their time away from home. An environment including unlimited amounts of high-calorie foods and the stress of performing well in tough classes was likely to become toxic to the body and mind if not kept in check with physical activity. Those dreading the " freshman 15 " or pounds packed on from late-night snacking were continually motivated to put down that junk food, throw on some clean gym clothes and immerse themselves in strenuous activity. The facilities were clean, easy to navigate, and staffed by individuals promising " service with a smile. " The adrocentric perception that the gym reeked of sweat and testosterone may have been a commonly held truth, but experience showed that females pumped iron in equal proportion to males. The Sunset Canyon recreation center, situated near Sunset Village, touts two pools (one Olympic-sized), tennis courts, basketball hoops, and a challenge course for the overly motivated. The Wooden Center, located down Bruinwalk, provided quintessential gym equipment, from elliptical machines to treadmills to weights, along with an assortment of classes ranging from yoga to kickboxing. Flexible hours accommodated the schedules of even the busiest of students, leaving little room for excuses. In a chic and image-conscious city like Los Angeles, the pressure to be thin and fit almost always outweighs how good a chocolate doughnut might taste at the end of a long day and drastic measures are often taken to prevent unnecessary weight gain. When asked to prescribe a remedy for the " freshman 15, " first year neuroscience student Jacqueline Stark mentioned the importance of " exercise and moderation of alcohol, " adding that, " it is very hard to stay away from the dessert bar. " Most of us would tend to agree, bl Left: Students utilize good work-out practice and stretch befoie their athletic activities. Stretching mats were temporarily relocoted to the lobby during the renovation of the Wooden Center. Photographed by FeiLiu. Below: Bikes line up ot the entrance to Westwood Plazo. Despite the hills around campus, some students chose to wheel it to school. Photogiaphed by fei Liu. CD a UCLA students work hard and play harder C 3 leading men army r.o.t.c. By Emily Masamitsu When many students are just beginning to drift into dreamland, fifth year psychology student Adolfo Valerin is pulling himself out of bed and into his workout clothes for physical training. Unlike most of the late night party goers at UCLA, Valerin is a member of the Army Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC), and the early-morning workouts come with the territory. " On a typical day, I ' ll get up at six and work-out ' til eight, " Valerin explained. Along with the Navy and Air Force, Army ROTC gives students at UCLA the chance to participate in a conventional college experience while preparing them for a career in the military. While student participants are only visible when in uniform or doing morning PT, many students have explored the options and opportunities afforded by the program. For many cadets like David Shin, a fourth-year mechanical engineering student, ROTC offered preparation for future leadership roles. " While I ' m young, I want to be a leader of men, " Shin said. " I want to be out there in the dirt. It will be fun to test myself in that way. " Besides the most visible aspect of ROTC, students involved in the program participated in a number of classes and exercises to prepare them for a future as military leaders. Army ROTC students were required to enroll in one military science class each quarter, attend four hours of lab training on Fridays, and participate in field training exercises twice a year. The older students led these drills and prepared newer cadets to assume these roles in the near future. In addition to the benefit of developing their leadership talent and preparing for a career in the military, some earned scholarships to help offset tuition and living expenses. Shin has been on a scholarship since the middle of his sophomore year. The future promises at least three years of active service in the Army for graduates like Shin and Valerin, but like most Bruins, the current challenge was that of time management. Between going to class, running timed miles and leading drills, ROTC students still managed to find time to enjoy the simple pleasures of being a carefree collegian, bl Above: Fourth yeoi mechonicol engineering student Dovid Shin and fifth yeor psychology student Adolfo Volerin watch os new codets are trained during a drill. Older students took on leadership roles by instructing newly recruited ROTC members. Photographed hy [mily Mosomilsu. K - , ■ A students get an early lesson in responsibility Left: Codel individual m thiough the sand on the volleyball courts at the Sunset Recreation facility in the early morning. Morning workouts included different drill stations for the students to practice their skills. Photogmphed by (mily Mosomitsu. 1 fiiili T - J ■ ■ For above: Two cadets proctice advancing towaid an enemy while covering each others ' movement. ROTC students took on physical training similar to that of bosic training. Photogmphed by (mily Masomfcu. Above: A ROTC backpack stands filled to the brim with supplies and gear. In order to prepare them for serving, students were responsible for the maintenance of their own equipment. Photogmphed by [mily MosamiKv. Left An injured codet looks on as students listen to their commander explain the upcoming simulation they ore to practice- Coders hod four hour " labs " on Fridoys to participate in longer training exercises. Photogmphed by [mily Mosamitsu. 3 CD c CD (D CD 3 CD Right: Jamie Burke, fourth yew electrical and computer engineering student, discusses a homework problem with her classmate Sepehr Vakil. Tutoring offered students o job where their education could be applied in the real world. Photographed by Korim Solho. II Wm, c -a - Far above: Jasmine Lai, fourth year neuroscience ond physiological science student, plays the port of a librarian at the Biomedical Library. Flexible scheduling allowed students to work between classes ond around precious study time. Photographed by Fei Uu. Above: Dovid Lieberman, second year undeclared student, tokes o ride around the lake at the Kilamanjaro Safari ride at Disney ' s Animal Kingdom Park in Florida on his doy off. The resort offered students real-world experience through its summer and quarterly college program. Photograph Courtesy of Ootid Lieberman. Right: Sam Massoi perfects his pizza pie skills at the Deep Dish Pizza parlor inside the Cooperage. With the plethora of on-compus eateries and coffee shops, students found unlimited outlets for their culinary talents. Photographed by Korim Solho. m I 4 bruins bringin ' in the bling toil for our by Jacqueline Jou times A notable source in some notable book proclaims that, " In the sweat of thy face, thou should eat bread. " By today ' s day and age, our daily " bread " not only consists of bread, but butter, juice, corn chips, high-speed internet connection, electricity, rent, tuition, fancy duds, concert tickets, 4 GB iPod Mini and the Sony Cyber- shot 5.0-Megapixel Digital Camera. Let thy sweating commence. In a contest between time and money, UCLA students had to battle the behemoths of tuition fees, increased taxes, and various living amenities against the time constraints of studies, friends, extracurricular activities and professor office hours. Some made it, against all odds. Others use their experiences at work to theorize on the underground workings of greater mass uprisings. Anthony Kim, a fourth year political science student, comments, " One thing I like about working at the library is that I know what graduate students and professors are working on from the books that are checked out or returned. Once, a graduate student returned books on necromancy and media in politics. I sense there is a conspiracy afoot. " Most people toil for their earnings, such as Cindy Nguyen, a third year political science student. " I work hard for the money. Very hard. " In some cases, people have the chance to sail by on their smarts and charm. Sean Soo-Hoo, a fourth year electrical engineering student says, " The office that I work at hired me because they liked my resume. Now all I have to do for the rest of my life to support myself is data entry. " There are even those who use their UCLA degrees to fool the less discerning in providing the downtrodden with what they need. " Work sucks. I lied on my application to get a job but I intend to give half my money to charity when I ' m rich, " says Rex Chuang, fourth year psychobiology student. Stealing from the rich to feed the poor is as American a tradition as capitalistic motivations. From the sweat on our laboring faces to the intellect we ' ve honed at UCLA, our bread comes sandwiched between a triple-decker serving of time, commitment and determination, bl Left: Beato Hung, fourth year electrical engineering student, takes reservations for equipment rentals ot the UCLA School of Film, Theater and Television. Students often manned the abundant offices on campus, facilitating the day-to-day operations ot UCLA. Photogmphed by f 00 5 ' Right: President Allende Polmo Soracho orticulates his argument with colored visual graphs. U5AC meetings provided a forum where various campus representatives discussed measures that affected the student body. Photographed by Nicholas Weslon-Swon. Below: Board members ponder the politics of on-compus agendas. The members of different slates tried to champion their causes while working together. Photographed by Nicholas Weslon-Swon. c -a 3 Above: Financial Supports Officer Alex Gruenberg debates the merits of an agendo issue. Budgeting wos a tricky business with cuts to funding at the stole and federal level. Photographed by Nicholas Weslon-Swon. champions By Jacqueline Jou for the cause Once everj year, the unsung heroes that champion student rights emerged and rallied for validation from th peers. Student elections, while a game ol avoiding eye contact and ducking for most, was fora few idealists the event thai would determine the course of their " vision " for the next year. One ' s Undergraduate Student Association Council (1 SAO political officer was generally unrecognized by the students through the hooks and brouhaha oi tri quarterly distractions, but nevertheless campaigned indefatigably tor scant personal rewards. L ' SAC was responsible for all the events that tell under the name ol student lite. I here were meetings once n week on top of endless negotiating with faculty members, dealings with recalcitrant students and frustrating meanderings through the labyrinth of the UCLA bureaucracy. USAC Internal Vice-President Darren Chan, fifth year English and education student, designated his duties as " mostly administrative responsibilities, such as acting as the executive representative foi different committees. As the 1VP, I act as a liaison between student groups and the Council. " The individual efforts of the USAC team represented an altruistic optimism - past, present, future - in the time allotted to them as students. For some, personal campaigns became personal triumphs that justified everything else. USAC President Allende Palma Saracho, fifth year American literature and Chicana and Chicano studies student, was most concerned this war about the effect the Expected Cumulative Progress requirement had on the student body. A student survey was distributed by USAC and, " by the end of the first day, over 1,000 students had participated. It was a day I will remember my entire life. USAC produced an avenue for student input and students capitalized on it to take hold of the course of their education. " After four years serving on USAC, Academic Affairs Commissioner Eligio Martinez, Jr., fifth year history and Chicana and Chicano studies student, ruminated, " The two most important issues that have been satisfying [to me] have been the progress of the diversity requirement and the departmentalization of the Cesar E. Chavez Center and the Asian American Studies Center. Both of these experiences were part of a larger struggle that has expanded over decades, and to be able to contribute to those campaigns has been an honor. " USAC was the mother of all umbrella committees on campus, shouldering various subdivisions including the Community Service Commission, Student Welfare Commission, Cultural Affairs Commission and Facilities Commission. With over 800 student groups on campus, sorting out the alphabet soup was only the first problem, never mind trying to address all their individual requests. Social Welfare Commissioner Jason Avila, third year history and sociology student, claimed, " The hardest thing to do is to find out what the student body needs. How can I improve things? " By the labor of a few, USAC ' s tireless dedication to the betterment of student life was the wood that fueled the furnace, bl Left: Intemol Vice President Danen Chan thoughtfully digests the words of a community activist during o weekly USAC meetings. USAC held meetings every Tuesday at 7 p.m. that were open to the public ond allowed for open discussion by concerned parties. ?h ■•ijmphed by Nicholas Weston-Swcn. Below: Like knights encircling a round table, the USAC officers respect each other though opinions differ Every member hod an integral role and fulfilled his duties to the best of his ability. Rjofograpterf by Ntcholos Weston-Swan. C en n activists, agendas, and all that applies c D Journalism.org grimly stated that newspaper readership and circulation continues to plummet. But just glancing at a class during a mind-numbing lecture would reveal something quite different, much to the delight of literacy advocates and the roughly 250 editors, writers, photographers and contributors that comprise one of the nation ' s leading collegiate newspapers, the Daily Bruin. Such a celebrated staff missed nothing of importance to the UCLA community, boldly covering issues such as the shooting at Kerckhoff Hall and the ensuing eviction by LAPD. " I tend to think of myself as a double major: English and the Daily Bruin. It certainly requires that much time and effort. To take any more than three classes a quarter would be suicide, " third year English student and dB magazine editor Jake Tracer explained. Editor-in-Chief Tyson Evans concurred in saying, " Your friends definitely give up on you because of missed dinners and whatnot, but I cannot imagine doing anything else. Life has definitely been enriched, rather than ruined, by my time here. " No matter the sacrifice - be it friends, loved ones, grades and sometimes even sanity - these guys were in it for the long haul. Their dedication elevated the paper ' s circulation to the third-largest in Los Angeles, earning it the accolades of Best Collegiate Newspaper in the nation. In keeping with the Daily Bruin ' s progressive tradition, the staff continued its efforts - from showcasing special sections like the artsy dB Magazine to expanding its distribution - in the hopes of appealing to an increasingly diverse audience. When asked how the paper remained on the cutting-edge, Tracer explained that, " The newspaper grows by changing drastically. It then takes time to get used to the new changes before new ones can be enacted. Last year we went through a pretty big redesign in the spring, and we ' re still getting used to it. Eventually, we ' ll be ready to undergo more changes, but not quite yet. In this way, the quality of content is constantly evolving to fit demand. " National newspaper readership may be heading down the drain, but the Daily Bruin remains prevalent in college culture. Evans noted that ' with a daily paper, it is hard to keep perspective. It ' s hard to look up or look back, to look at what the Bruin has become after seeing what it used to be. " Though charting its progress may have been a difficult undertaking, the Daily Bruin was making great strides in the right direction, bl working under pressure Daily Bruin designers Rashi Birla and Roxane Zarghom collaborate on their work. An immense amount of time was required of all student-journalists working on the newspaper. Photographed by Hank Friedmonn. Assistant News Editor Norges Zohouri, third year anthropology student, takes an important phone call. Working on the newspaper helped many students develop effective communication skills as they bombarded sources with hardline questions. Photographed by Hank Fnedmann. ; 1 1— i . daily bruin By Jaya Gupta up the news Front Row: Tyson Evans, Norges Zohoury, An Bloomekatz, Menoka Femondo, Lisa Bonos and Betice Simbol. Second Row: Jake Tracer, Richard Clough, Sandhya Rovikumar, Michelle Ouoknine, Jennifer Mishory, Jeyling Chou and Erica Lee. Third Row: Bryan Chu, Rashi Birlo, Coral Lin, Margaret Hotfecker, Lee Bialik, Jennifer Drader ond Jeff Eisenberg. Back Row: Mike Winters, Shoun Bishop, Justin Scott, Seth Fast Gloss, Ashley Waxmon, Andrew Finley, Roxone Zorghom, Hayley Strondberg, Julio Malta Weingard, Leigh Gower, Sosha Levitt ond Jonathan Harnish. Photograph Courtesy o! the Daily Bruin. a a move over, media moguls CO Above: Like o scene out of The Matrix, video editors Cal Torres-Garfias, Jennifer Avino ond Joson Dorodo view and review endless footage during production and before broadcast. Though often uncredited for their work, late-night editing sessions were common tours of duty for the dedicated editors. Photographed by leimilei Richardson. by Jacqueline Jou, Photographed by Steven Ziadie Under the guidance of DJs looking to take advantage of its versatile online format, UCLA Radio anticipated watershed changes in the next few years. Individuals including third year Italian and French student John Pistotti, known on the air as DJ AKA. are looking to appeal to a diverse audience. " I want to see the UCLA Radio as a more academic radio station - something more intellectually stimulating. The fact that the radio station is on the web is underutilized right now. It would be great to showcase student music or broadcast some of the live shows that perform on campus. " In order to fill up empty air at night, Pistotti pondered broadcasting talk shows in other languages to appeal to listeners around the world. Feasibility aside, it was refreshing to learn that those who cared were thinking long and hard. The TV is tuned to channel 29, and the music is blaring from your computer speakers. Thanks to the efforts oi UCLA-TV and UCLA Radio - one shown exclusively on campus and the other broadcast exclusively on the web - you are able to exist in .tn UCLA media microcosm, I hough the most exposure some students had to UCLA Radio was a brush with a Bob Saget flyer, UCLA broadcast media boasts some of the finest minds known to student media. While convenient and traditional, listening to FM radio was obviously repetativc. Alternatively, everything could be found on the web these days, including UCLA Radio and its eclectic variety of reggae, classic rock, punk and jazz. DJs aspired to educate the less discerning masses about the wider world that existed beneath the frothy gloss of mainstream music. Second year history and philosophy student Greg Katz explained the format of the broadcasting: " We have twelve hour-long shows and each show pretty much depends on the personality of the DJs. And for a college radio station, we play surprisingly little alternative rock - we have 80 " s music, classic rock, underground hip-hop, techno - I mean we play real alternative rock. " Though UCLA-TV was offered only in the dorms and select places on campus, its line-up included news, short films, comedy shows and TV shows. Each segment was painstakingly put together by the student group and run with equally painstaking precision. A news editor for Bruin News 29, Jenn Avina, a fourth year political science student, professed that " working for UCLA- TV has been a great experience. Each person puts in around ten hours a week, but it ' s totally worth it. " Between editing takes, Lauren Wiseman, a third year English student, expressed similar sentiments. She joined UCLA-TV wanting to learn the basics of broadcasting and now " I know that this is what I really want to do. " Both mediums utilized the online format to spread their art. UCLAradio.com is home to the radio station itself and at the UCLA-TV website, previous short films and television episodes are available to the public. It ' s a fast paced, frighteningly informed world of television and radio, involving heated debates about form and meaning and the ramifications of a media-fed, mentally- stunted student mass. Through their efforts, these are the people who anticipate your next entertainment need and vanguard the next musical wave. These are the people from UCLA-TV and UCLA-Radio and they are here for your viewing and listening pleasure, bl n —i Q Q- Mike and Ben Show Roster: Laura Alexander, Ben Charles Anderson, Nicole Boyte, Ion Cannon, Stephan Cedars, PJ Clarke, Shelly Geizer, Eliono Horeczko, Chris Jackson, Nikos Koramigios, Benji Kleiman, Donny Longa, Patrick Long, Gordo McLaughlin, Jen Newfield, Keith Posko, Arbi Pedrossian, Harp Pekin, Megan Pleticho, Alex Reid, Danny Ricker, Don Rossi, Ryan Sandoval, Kotie Sarkoroti, Lilly Sparks, Bloke Stokes, Roxy Varza, Dogmar Weaver-Madsen and Nick Wenger. Photographed 6 Jennifer Richardson Above: Enjoying o quick break in between Bruin News 29 takes, Katie River and Ita Nagy take a moment compose themselves undei the hot lights of the studio. With a multkomera set-up, looking at the wrong camera mode for some funny bloopers on o hidden edit-reel. Photogiophed by Jennifer Richardson. radio tv y Jacqueline Jou on the air OutWrite Front Row: Natalie Newton. Bock Row: Jeremy Boulat, Rojima Danish, Sarah Weismuller and Andrew Hui. Photograph Courtesy olOulWrite. As the only ASUCLA publication reaching out to such a marginalized minority population, OutWrite (formerly lenPeicenf) has been a flaming beocon for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender awareness at UCLA and beyond for the past 36 years. As the first queer college magazine in the notion and one of the few surviving in California, OutWrite presented in-depth coverage of various LGBT issues largely ignored or misconstrued by mainstream media. B h Ih v iV W L V, .1MB r Nomma Front Row: Joshua Jones. Back Row: Wanuri Kahiu, Maya Freelon, MX Asante, Kanysha Burton ond Autumn Augusta. Photographed by Nicholas Weston-Smn. Nommo provides coverage of political, cultural ond social issues in the African American community. Nommo was the first newsmagazine sponsored b y the Communications Board, publishing its first issue on December 4, 1968. " What makes PacTies so special is that it fills a need that mainstream journalism like the Daily Bruin could never fulfill. We try to address issues that affect our community critically enough to affect some change for the better. " -Lynne Nguyen, Editor in Chief, PacTies, Sociology, Thirc La Gente de Aztlan Fionl Row: Monica Sandoval Perez, Francisco Lopez and Dovid Nunez. Second Row: Sarah Duion, Evan Prieto, Alicia Gonzalez Florez, Tania Porlillo ond Pomelo Barrios. Bock Row: Manuel Sonlillano, Cinthyo Guillen Madrigal, Valeria Lopez ond Anny Martin. Photographed by knnhr Richardson. ia Gente de Man is dedicated to the empowerment of the Chicano o, Latino a ond Native American community through progressive journalism. For the post 30 yeors, to Gente hos dedicated itself to serving Chicano a, Lotino o ond Native American college ond high school-aged youth who seek political and cultural awareness. Monica Sondoval Perez served as this post year ' s editor. Pacific Ties Front Row: Rebecca Zhou, Eugen Kim, Thydo Duong ond Albert Huong. Second Row: Kevin Sung, Vicky Loi, Ee Ming Yap, Patricia Ju, Daniel Todiorco ond Rosanno Cheo. Bock Row: Justin Lee, Mike Lee, Julie Chang, Tobin Mann ond Lynne Nguyen. Not Pictured: Morivell Cabo, Fez " Bonk " Chontaruchirokom, Eileen Cho, Doryl Conui, Justin Jinenez, Honoh Lee, Dinna No, Dickson Wong, Jo Yotar ond Jennie Zha. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. Enjoying a comfortable plurality among UCLA readership ond the greater Los Angeles area, the nation ' s oldest Asian Pacific American newsmagazine wos recognized for its refreshing breadth. Discussions in the quarterly publication included on analysis on the implications of " Harold Kumar go to White Castle, " ond pieces often considered the plight of Asions in Americon society. Though oppealing to the substontial Asian-American population in the area, those involved in its production see Pacific lies os a crucial tool in bridging the cultural gop on campus. FEM Daisy Moreno, Michelle Stover, Jenn Chou ond Lisa Liang. Photographed by Nicholas Weston-Swon. Founded in 19Z4, ff M is dedicated to informing ond empowering women ond men by providing a feminist analysis of issues. Z CD 3 a ca Q N. 5 ' CO newsmags, ink UG the business of voice c Art History Undergraduate Student Association Fiont Row: Noncy Tsoi, Melissa Base and Kristie Truong. Back Row: Lauren Harris, Jennifer Borland and Andreo Rivera. Photographed by lennifet Pkhatdson. The Art History Undergraduate Student Associotion (AHUSA) ot UCLA is an organization dedicated to enriching the undergraduate student ' s interest in the field of Art History. AHUSA is a forum for art historians to meet, socialize and exchange ideos while also serving to represent the voice of art historians within the Art History Department ot UCLA. Pre-Medical Peen_ Association Front Row: Wando Hu, Oova Brown, Roger Li, Ardy Dovari ond Grant Senders. Second Row: Chai Aysolo, Dovid Tran, Kim Dang, Melindo Gonzalez and Jennifer Trinh. Third Row: Chris De Giorgio, Wing Chi Wong, Loon Ho ond Ariana Maya. Standing: Anjoli Tapodio, Nilima Amin, Shormin Kalam, Chris Jensen, Leeling Ong, Aida Topio, Maelaine Rodero, Jockie Junn, Stocey Nguyen, Ayesho Husoin, Nancy Hua, Jonelle Kulik, Tonvi Gandhi, Sungchan Song, Andreh Caropiet, Sabo Malik, Mohammed Qazi, Shih-Fan Sun, Kenneth To, Eloine Chow ond Mario Ortega. Photographed by lasmin Niku. We are o five-year-old grassroots organization that is now the largest pre-med organization on compus. The aim of the group is to create better physicians by fostering on atmosphere of colleagueship and camaraderie in the premedicol community. UCLA Anthropology Association Front Row: Thi Huyen, Janny Li ond Shoron Rocacorba. Second Row: Alina Gagiu, Elisabeth Nobriga, Adrienne Brodshow, Sheila Stone ond Emily Ng. Third Row: Asi Ki, Angela Tingey, Kelley Cleaveland, Moggie McKinley and Sung Yeo. Bock Row: Charity Gardner, Tracy Richordson, Logan Jenkins, Heather Pock, Julio Dordon and Lindsey S chuler. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. The UCLA Anthropology Associotion is on officially recognized ond deportmentolly sponsored organization whose purpose is to supply information ond organize events that pertain to anthropology, with the hopes of benefiting the undergraduate experience at UCLA. academic student groups — UCLA Associated Student Body of the School of Dentistry Richard Webster, Ryan Wallace, Catherine Chien, Katherine Ko and Babak Razmazmo. Photographed hy lennifet Richardson. The Associated Student Body of the UCLA School of Dentistry supports the dental students by: meeting their needs, interacting with the faculty on their behalf, and continually striving to improve their dental school experience as a whole. UCLA Model United Nations Club Roster: Nodia Aloee, Grace Alcantara, Mono Amin, Matt Ashtiani, Vikram Balokrishnan, Nisho Bonsil, Alif Beg, Seth Brink, Kevin Chan, Alice Chang, Sharon Chin, Berry Chou, Gary Chou, Jeff David, Cindy Fong, Andrey Finegersh, Sara Han, Krister Hayoshida, Ayesho Husain, Lisa Iwoki, Aaron Jackman, Christine Kang, Peter Kang, Vick Kapoor, Lizzy Keegon, Brian Kennedy, Sameer Khan, Tae Kim, Masha Kontorer, Vincent Lai, Jamie Lone, Michael Ma, Mike Moon, Don Morberg, Sana Muttolib, Mohib Qqwai, Natasha Oxenbugh, Yino Pork, Sonia Paul, Jenna Pinkham, Kirby Ram, Kristen Richards, Michael Ru, Sonol Sakoriya, Michelle Sassounion, Harsh Shah, Sonna Shere, Paul Shivoni, Joanna Soon, Azimo Subedor, Danton Tsang, Sereno Vortazorion, Nikhil Vijoykar, Liang Wang ond Nick Wilson. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. UCLA Model United Nations (UCLAMUN) is o student-run organization that hosts a prestigious onnuol Fall Conference in which over 1 ,000 high school students from around California and the greater US come and debate in a simulation of the United Notions. This conference gives the high school students, as well as the officiating UCLA students, on opportunity to develop and sharpen their oratorical, debating ond diplomocy skills. UCLAMUN olso competes at the collegiate level at conferences oround the country, in p laces such as Berkeley, Chicago and New York. c Q- (D 3 o -1 o c " Model United Nations has been a fundamental part of my life for over eight years; it has taught me how to win, how to deal with loss, and how to constantly improve my debating skills and myself. 1 hope that in my time at UCLAMUN I have helped instill these same values for those who will come after me. " -Atif Beg, UCLAMUN Secretary-General, Political Science and History, Fourth Year American Society of Civil Engineering Front Row: Tino Cydzik, Corrie Leung, Julie Kentosh, Grace Uong and Eileen Aghnomi. Second Row: Sarah Liuva Tobin, Jinny Huang, Mahso Hematobodi and Rajindra Handapangoda. Third Row: Paul Kirtti, Juan Angeles and Patrick Ho. Bock Row: Alvaro Rosales, Subhon Ali, Alex Nozarcbuk and Jerry Lee. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) holds meetings to discuss the applications of civil engineering and work on projects where we design, test, and build concrete canoes, steel bridges and more I All of our designs are then entered into o regional competition with entrants from ASCE chapters from all over the Pacific Southwest. Under the rigors of this competition, our chapter has been very successful - placing in the top-three of several events each yeor! c Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Front Row: Xiaoxioo Wang, Alice Tsui, Mimi Chen, Ting Cui, Waniu Wang and Suson Sanchez. Back Row: Julian Sho, Ainsley Chong, Wilson Chen, Lawrence Au ond Chung Hsieh. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. We sponsor several technical and social events each yeor to open the world of engineering to students through various infosessions, tours, interviews and competitions. mm ds By Jennie Zhu. Photograph Courtesy of Mimi Chen. One of the largest student organizations on campus with over 300 student members, the student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) at UCLA sponsored many technical and social events each year. With the goal of expanding the awareness of the electrical engineering held, IEEE successfully organized workshops, info sessions and projects and tours for its members. When asked why she made the committment, Mimi Chen, fourth year electrical engineering student and External Vice Chair of IEEE explained, " I get to expand myself in different arenas, explore my options. " The main project they worked on was the NATCAR project in which teams of students create a remote controlled car " smart " enough to adapt itself to any race course. The competition took place in May in Santa Clara amidst crowds of tense students ready to show off their work. Many cars failed on the challenging racecourses, but overall this project was a great learning and bonding experience for each of the four teams UCLA IEEE sent. In its first ever competition, the team finished nth last year. And though temporarily immersed in other pursuits, the team will soon begin prepping for challenges that surely await them next year. cal and neers ? ■ -- dra DUJ UJOO stitute of -lectronk ■». . ■ifl Society of Latino Engineers Front Row: Ruben Infante, Efren Vosquez, Elena Garcia, Carolos Castrejon Jr., Michael Lerma, Juan Jose Moreno and Juvenlino Hernandez. Second Row: Belisario Soriano, Stacy Neose, Neol Hutchinson, Carolina Mendez and Juan Corolos Gorcio. Third Row: Soioh Vasquez, Ana Voldez, Tony Aceves, Rocio Corrillo and Mocario Nino Guzmon. Fourth Row: Paul Espinoso, Nicole De Roso, Angela Pinley, Jacqueline Andeison, Chris Clark, Oliver Monies, Lev Shtrikmon, Joshuo Nogoles and Benjamin Munoz. Bock Row: Ignacio Zendejas, Daniel Ithurburn, Marc Child, Rodrigo Flores, Poul Torrez, Andrew Pryor-Miller, Jared Johnson, Kenny Mogul, Ben lluncor and Mork Flores. Photographed by Jasmin Niku Every year the Society of Latino Engineers (SOLES) E-Boord sets goals according to the needs of the members. This year ' s theme is " Bruin Success. " It represents our commitment to providing programs tbot our members can benefit from academically os well as professionally. Also, SOLES continues to provide programs to benefit the community. But that alone is not enough- for SOLES to continue to grow, expand and improve ■ we must continuously set new gools, implement new progroms ond think of different woys to do things. Society of Women Engineers Front Row: Tiffany Lay, Kirstine Kuan, Jessica Nguyen, Jonelle Gaw, Virginia Yee, Camille Galzote, Julia Chan ond Leslie Huang. Second Row: Anno Nozorov, Bridget Navarro, Jaimee Topinio, Shoshono Bergeron, Bijol Mehta ond Doris Lorn. Third Row: Jane Qu, Yosbiko Tsuneharo, Yuko Nokosone, Wei Diana Chiang, Lisa Russell, Nyssa Folkenbagen, Colleen Charles, Coitlin McClure, Sonio Hingorany, Sochiyo Koyanogi ond Dahlia Siegel. Photographed by losmin Niku. We are a professional engineering society thot focuses on company networking, leadership ond promoting wome n in engineering disciplines. Pleose check out our website at www.seos.uclo.edu swe. UCLA Biomedical Engineering Society Front Row: Joanne Leung, Anita Setty, Agatho Lee, Allen Lum, John Zhang, Janet Cruz, Joy Wei, David Coo, Olivio Zhao and William Cbou. Back Row: Robert Le Moyne, Terence Chon, Stember Tang, Aaron King, Arthi Vijoyoraghavon, Bort Kung, James Lin, Jeffery Yee, Robert Pumell, Alfonzo Urdaneta, Kasro Moosumi, Anita Norasimhan, George Scarlotis, Jimmy Lim, Sierin Lim, Roy Hwong, Jonathan Fang, Jeremy Tberiot, Andrew Fung, Carlos Reyes-Sanchez and Sam Pevzner. Photographed by Korim Salho. The UCLA Biomedical Engineering Society is comprised mainly of highly motivated students in the UCLA Biomedical Engineering (BME) interdepartmental program. Students in the program are encouraged to become members of the society ond to portoke in society events, both academic and social. By being on active member, students will be able to get to know fellow students and professors on o more personal level, get a chance to meet industry representatives, ond get the most out of the UCLA BME program. All students interested in the field of Biomedicol Engineering ore welcome to join. engineering student groups c " Q_ o o c c d) 3 Afghan Student Union Front Row: Sheila Shneezia, Suwila Habit), Noheed Homid, Bohor Bakhtory and Roya Faizy. Bock Row: Davd Darob, Daoud Mansout and Sulaimon Tokhi. Photographed by Angela Lou. Out goo! is to help with the humanitarian cause fot Afghanistan, ond to help educate out community obout Afghanistan and its people. Chinese Students. Association Front Row: Jack Chen, Armhawon Darsono and Remington Ong. Second Row: Karen Ding, Hellen Chiao, Eveline Lai, Glotio Chien, Junie Quah, Bonnie Chia, Jennifer Yu, Lingmin Loh and Terry Dip. Bock Row: Xiooxioo Goo, Victot Huang and Jonathan Yu. Photographed by lennifer Richardson. Chinese Students Association is an activities-based organization whose goal is to spread awareness of Chinese culture. U heh words " All my life, no single extracurricular activity has constantly consumed my time and consciousness the way CSA has. And 1 have no regrets. " -Terry Dip, CSA Asian Pacific Coalition Representative, Comparative Literature, Second Year Nikkei Student Union cultural Front Row: Jennifer Murakami, Miles Scoggins, Down Omori and Megumi lomolsu. Second Row; Kevin logomi, Eric Imoto, Kimi Wong, Vien Nguyen, Kune Kubo and Oovid Truong. Third Row: Kevo Yonemolo, Aileen Thieu, Yurio Yankovich, Korin Miyazaki, Julie Poi, Michael Chin, Jonathan Lee, Jason Oonpn and Moik Olivo. Fourth Row: Condice Shikoi, Jano Yokoyomo, Kenji Oguio, Adrienne Gunde, Ion McDoiough, Bryon Furukawo, Irisha Tsuno, Cori Anami, Craig Ishii and Solly Hoc Fifth Row: Kevin Jenkins, Kevin Felix Choo, Grace Shift, Joson Lee, Leo Chen, Tracy Ohato, Mickie Okamoto, Jamie Hashimoto and Izami Wong Horiuchi. Sixth Row: Jennifer Muise, Kristin Ige, Gregory Lendana, Louten Miyoke, Linnet Zin, Diana Chen, Jiro Wayama, Jack Nung, Seven Desa ond Kathy Tu. Bock Row: John Chang, Joshua Meneses and Ken Wotanobe. Photographed by Fei bu. The mission of the UCLA Nikkei Student Union is to organize social ond community setvice activities as well as to promote Japanese-American cultural ond political awareness omong the student body. Some of our major events include our annual Cultural Night show in Royce Hall, Iron Chef competition, and Yuji Ichioko Basketball Tournament in Pauley Pavilion. Pilipino Transfer Student Partnership Front Row: Jasper Sabile, Chorlyne Yue, Theresa Toledo and Ivy Cabotbot. Second Row: Dominique Lupison, Marissa Sosa, Brandon Sabodo, Ano Brovo ond Nelson Romero. Bock Row: Jonathan Everette, Rick Futokawa, JP Schumacher, Dario Batungbokal ond TJ Mendoza. Photographed by Hank Friedmonn. Pilipino Transfer Student Partnership was created to provide academic support ond a sociol atmosphere for UCLA transfer students as well as to guide Pilipino community college students towards transferring to a four-year university. JJCLA Japanese Animation Club Club Roster: Alex Ahod, Robert Amodeo, Dorie Borungbokal, Jen Bennett, Jason Biorulund, Komilla Bjerregaord, Michael Bruce, David Butler, Frank Copodieu, Frank Capodieci, Chieh Wen Chong, Yiwei Chang, Colleen Charles, Danni Chen, Kelly Chen, Naomi Chiba, Christine Chung, Nicole Chungfat, Benjamin Clark, Amy Cox, Kenneth Cromock, Guadalupe Cueto, Nick Del Rio, Line Drube, Jimmy Duong, Juliu Fang, Kamron Forrokh, Elizabeth Fuller, Shirong Goo, Allison Gibbons, Elizabeth Goss, Sherica Grande, Jessica Hanson, Mandy Hotter, Christopher Hui, Douglas Ikemi, Mary Kiang, Brian Kim, Gerald Kim, Yihong Kuang, Vivian Kuei, Vincent Lai, Ho Lam, Jennifer Lomm, Jeff Lee, Jeremy Lee, Jonothon Lee, Aleksondet Liber, Jenny Lin, Hon-Yee Ling, Lucy Liu, Eloine Long, Calvin Louie, Nhung (Suzanne) Luong, Johonn Ly, Ian Mortyn, Clatie Matienzo, Christopher Moon, William Nguyen, Arthuro Nunez, Jack Nung, Thomos Orr, Beck Park, Thi Pham, Huei Quach, Samantho Ricketts, Keith Rozett, Ivan Solozor, Mikol Solrveit, Jennello Schwarz, Joanne Seto, Vinnie Shahzod, Issei Shimizu, Gregg Shintoku, Natthonit Srichonkrod, Eloine Stoutzenbetger, Irvon Tan, David Teos, Kevin To, Michael Tran, Ann Tseung, Nicole Tsungfot, Johnny Tu, Alison Turtledove, Stev Vorgos, Yoshihiro Watonobe, Edwing Wong, Anthony Yong, Connie Yang, Minkyu Yang ond Nancy Yang. Photographed by Fei Liu. Our club is out to support and promote the culture of Japanese onimation ond media, while helping students meet other students with the common interest of anime. student groups o c ■o c D Circle K_ Front Row: Nonnette Callo, Betty Yee, Ruth Young, Guen Garrido, Irene Tran, Christine Canute and Helen Cheng. Second Row: Kathy Tang, Sonio Paul, Elizabeth Jensen, George Horn, Grnce Chi, Di Di Chan, Ann Bui, AAarisso Alnas and Roymond Arjang. Third Row: David Sthein, Rachel Sarobica, Caroline Tom, Tianqi Zhao ond Roxanna Cisneros. Fourth Row: Matt Cho, Andrew Tran, Kenny Lam, Thuy Nguyen, Lisa Lo, Nicholas Ching, Alio Bronshteyn ond Andrew Aqui. Back Row: Kevin Iron, Michelle Wan, Andrew Chin, Kent Mori, Novid Morodshohi, Emerald Nguyen, Stefanie Wong, Anuj Khottor and Monsour Jammol. Photographed by Angelo lou. Circle K oims to develop university students into responsible citizens and leaders with a lifelong committment to serving the children of the world. Dance Marathon Roster: Avivo Alfmonn, Louren Andrews, Afshan Boraghoush, Doug Behl, Jonathan Bobrow, Jennifer Broyles, Rachoel Buckman, Jessica Butt, Nicole Conizales, Tasha Carey, Christine Cemiglia, Darren Chan, Tez " Bank " Chontnruchirakorn, Jason Chiu, Loraine Chong, Don Colby, Juventino DeGiso, Mark Deppe, Audrey Desideroto, Christina Dikos, Sylvia Do, Pamela Dryfoos, Alexis Feldscher, Katherine Felsburg, Sorah Fernbacher, Jonathan Forney, Tiffany Gates, Billy Gellepis, Sachin Ghandi, Maryam Ghofroniha, Miranda Goodman-Wilson, Louro Hass, Heather Hemingway, Jennie Herriot, Kelly Hicklin, Eriko Hillstead, Elizabeth Hoy, Caroline Hsu, Tino Huynh, Kate Jones, Marwa Koisey, Brent Kennedy, Kula Koenig, Daisy Kwoh, Stuysonnie Lam, Shelly leary, Rebekah Lipsky, Serena Liu, Isidro Motiscal, Manan Mehto, Jen Middleton, Justin Miyamoto, Lindsay Mullins, Elizabeth Newman, Theresa Nguyen, Shane Petrites, Betsy Popken, Shannon Raj, Kristin Richter, Lizzy Romero, Hanni Rosenfeld, Rebekkoh Scheor, Heother Schwartz, Lauren Severs, Marionno Shafran, John Shen, Nicki Shinbori, Billy Sim, Antigone Skoulas, Mami Spitz, Ashley Spurzem, Jaime Streem, Jeff Travis, Jess Tsuei, Kottierine Tu, Sobrino Vinterfeld, Sophia Wu and Judy Ying. The purpose of UCLA Dance Marathon is to financially support the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and encourage unified action in the fight against Pediatric AIDS by bringing together our diverse student population in a 26-hour philanthropic celebration of life featuring live music, themed hours, and appearances by children, parents ond octivists directly affected by HIV AIDS. I Pilipinos fern Community Health Front Row: Sheeno Sonchez, Brendo Hermogeno, Julie Mepo, Mariefe Romos, Moria Poz Lourdes C. Gorin and Josephine Aguilor. Back Row: Edwyn De La Cruz, Joe Gomboo, Gory Rubioco and Morko Motbello. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. Pilipinos for Community Health is composed of 5 components - Hypertension Diabetes, Sexual Health, Psychosocial, Community Outreach, ond PreHeolth Support - and we promote healthier lifestyles for the socio-economically disadvantaged Pilipino Community of Los Angeles. service student groups m© UCLA Rotaract Club Front Row: Moriso Cirillo, Seemo Potel, Thi Nguyen, Emily Finzen, Liz Goodwin and Stephanie Spies. Second Row: Rudy Alvorez, Tori Hettinger, Whitney Carlton, Andrea Harris and Tiffany Ju. Back Row: Vanessa Rios, Cornelius Schnifzler, Colleen Yorke, Vanesso Yorke, Julio Hohl, Pio O ' Neill and Condire Ooneshvar. Photographed by Jasmin Niku. Service Above Self ■ Rotaroct provides on opportunity for college students to enhance the knowledge ond skills thot will assist them in personal development, to address the physical ond social needs of their communities ond to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship ond service. Care Extenders Front Row: Tanio Lucinian, Scarlet Herrotte-Fornos, Mayra Lizzefte Yniguez, Lara Zimmerman, Emi Koda ond Chris Cheng. Second Row: Rano Khonkon, Aysun Azimi, Helen Wu, Jasmine Lai, Kris Mozzillo, Justin Miyomoti, Andrew Wai, Kristi Stonley ond Patrick Hu. Third Row: Sandy Lieu, lulia Giuroiu, Noncy Fong, Brian Doon, Jennifer Peng ond Aneet Toor. Bock Row: Jennifer Yong, Mono Motamedi and Emilie Jacobs. Photograph Courtesy of Core Extenders. The Care Extender Internship Program at the Santo Monica UCLA Medical Center provides hands-on experience for those interested in the health care field. Interns will work directly with patients, doctors ond nurses in up to four different deportments per year for ot leost four hours a week. Deportments include: Critical Core, Neo-Notal Intensive Care, Labor Delivery, Emergency Room, Operating Room, Post Portum Newborn Nursery, Medical-Surgical Word, Ambulatory Care Unit, Les Kelly Clinic, Cardiac Catheterization Lab, Pharmacy, Cordio-Thorocic Intensive Care Unit and more. c a_ 3 Q ns, stat By Erica Liu, Photograph Courtesy of Care Extenders. Favored by doctors and nurses, sought after by other hospitals, and asked for by name by patients, the Care Extender Program is a 300-strong troupe of unique hospital volunteers serving a far from ordinary program. Each week, these interns jumped into the frenzied proceedings of Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center. Initially created to disseminate food and medical supplies in the wake of the Northridge earthquake, Care Extender gradually evolved into a year-long and intensive internship program to influence and educate those considering careers in medicine. " You can only get this type of experience outside of class. You get the opportunity to help people, " divulged Rana Khankan, a fourth year physiological science student. Interns rotated through four of the 19 departments in their first year, covering everything from the Neonatal ICU to Medical Surgery. This rigorous program presented insight into the realities of a challenging and competitive profession. " The program is very demanding and those who join are expected to adapt to their environment quickly and in order to get the experience, they need to be assertive, " admitted Program Manager Silva Thorn Alpha Lambda Delta Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Societies Front Row: Vivian Chen, Negin Yamini, Juan Gorcio, Archano Achoryo and Ruchi Vormo. Second Row: Joie Guner, Joonne Gwo, Emily Weiss, Eliso Frank, Victoria Lin, Heartier Stottand, Lindsay Nicholas and Debbie Lin. Back Row: Dean Brian Carlisle, Morgan Cosey, Jen Farner, Jonathan Stern, Chris Loesch, Jason Fortell, Shown Bodal, Ronald Phom ond Ken Vu. Ftopgio i ierj by Steven liodie. Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eto Sigma are two notional honor societies that engage students through different academic, community service and social events ond show that even on o large campus, there is some place you con moke o difference. c 3 Engineering Society Front Row: Bridget Novorro, Colleen Charles, Yoshiko Tsunehora, Hoejin Han ond Karla Reyes. Second Row: Regino Quan, Jeff Chen, Brenda Chang, Sze Ki Pat ond Sochiyo Koyonagi. Third Row: Albert Chem, Alan Chang, Raymond Cheung, Kelvin Koo, Dr. Bill Goodin (advisor) and Erick Loh. Bock Row: Timothy Chen, Jonathan Teruya, Edmond Chung, Stefoni Chan ond Richard Pao. Photographed by Steven Tiadie. The Engineering Society encourages the development of professional engineers through events that encouroge engineers to work together ond become acquainted with one onother. " RSS has undoubtedly been the single most impactful aspect of my college career. Although we may be an ' academic ' club by definition, we are truly a society in the best sense of the word. One of the saddest aspects of my graduation will be leaving the many wonderful and talented friends that I have made here. " -Brian Bilford, President, Regents Scholar Society, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, 4th Year Political Science Student Organization Front Row: Nellie Yu, Ryan Johnson, Romyo Radhakrishnon, Nikito Shah, [lino Mnatsakonyan, Somio Temsoh, Dilhoio Fernando ond Dano Hube. Bock Row: Trever Jones, Chris Domin, Sono Muttolib, Neal Lorkins, Lauren Nikolaisen, Morlene Sawyer ond Doniel Voswani. Photogmpbed by Angela Lou. By working closely with the Political Science Deportment, the Political Science Student Organization plays a valuable role for its students os well as the faculty ond staff. In addition to being socially active and on extremely close group with ties to other politically active organizations on compus, we present members with a taste of the many opportunities thot are waiting for them after they groduote with a Political Science degree by inviting different organizations like the FBI, CIA and Rand (to nome a few), to come ond speok to oui members. Regents Scholar Society Roster: Benhur Ablokhad, Oboi Ahmodi, Sora Boumonn, Nina Beri, Brion Bilford, Jessica Burkhort, Michael Cameron, Ellen Chang.Natoly Qion Chen, Stephanie Cone, Terry Dip, Stephanie Debots, Galino Fomenkovo, Horry Gorcia, Martin Griswold, Motk Harrison, Van Hoong, Leiti Hsu, Stocy Ishigoki, Brandon Jong, Grace Kim, Edwaid Kuoy, Keith Lioo, Rochel Lee, Peony Liu, David Luong, Thanh Moi, Bob Martin, Kristin McCully, Katie Mcfaddin, Adorn Miller, Rebecca Mutoscio, Sam Nieveen, Andrew Pan, Csobo Pefre, Mike Sofoee, Jason Shen, Kristel Siongco, Geoff Smith, Anno Smorodinsky, Adorn Trott, John Vaszari, David Voce, Therese Wong, Ed Wu, Dwight Wynne, Yuliya Zeynalova and Annie Zhujiang. ! .ctogwphed by Honk friedmonn. Regents Scholar Society has three main goals: To establish o student organization committed to promoting excellence in scholarship, service and leadership among Regents Scholars ond the UCLA community; to estoblish an organization through which Regents Scholars at UCLA can meet, exchange thoughts, and interact; to provide resources to Regents Scholars including, but not limited to support and direction os they make the transition to campus life; a means by which they can become involved in campus activities ond events; opportunities to develop leadership skills, preparation for post-graduate opportunities and coreers; and academic resources. Undergraduate History Association Jonathan Stern, Sora Locke and Bret Saolwaechter. Pbotogwpbed by lostnin Niku. Undergraduate History Association strives to have undergraduates meet and interact with the faculty of the History Deportment through lunches, lectures and dinners. We are open to mojors ond non-mojors because we feel thot history is for everyone. academic student groups c Q- a 3 o -1 o c -a c -a 5 Hanoolinr. Korean Cultural Awareness Group Front Row: Jennifer Flino, Eileen Kim, Melody Kim, Jejin Chun, Leeno Cho, Joe Hyun Shin, Urim Ryu. Sunny Pork, Debbie Cbou ond Jone Kim. Second Row: Soro Hon ond Christine Yi. Third Row: Matthew Yoo, Jenny Ko, Shonoh Lee, Michoelo Chong, Esbee Sohn, Amy McNeal, Dinna No, Emmo Choi, Lindo Lee, Sharon Suh, Joey Lee, Beuloh Jo, Jenny Kim ond Mike Yo. Bock Row: Visitor, Arom Song, Dovid Ho, Joy Kim, Shota Koida, Ryon Kim, Morcelo Lee, Robin Jung, Vincent Lee, Hon Jin Kim ond Oliver Kim. Phologtaphed by Steven liadie. Honoolim is a culturally, politically, socially and academically owore group open to anyone (all ethnicities welcome) who wonts to explore the Korean culture while making lasting memories ond friendships. Our family-like atmosphere focuses on having fun while nurturing members to become future leaders. Hong Kong Student Society Front Row: Alex Tom, Sue Choi, Philip Lo and Fay Lou. Bock Row: Jessie Wong, Froncis You, Bernadette Au, Christine Yu and Janice Pak. Photographed by Fei Liu. The Hong Kong Student Society promotes the culture of Hong Kong and provides services for students. Pilipino Transfer Student Partnership Front Row: Josper Sobile, Charlyne Yue, Theresa Toledo and Ivy Cobotbat. Second Row: Oominigue Lopisan, Marissa Sosa, Brandon Sabado, Ana Bravo and Nelson Romero. Bock Row: Jonathan Everette, Rick Futokowa, J. P. Schumacher, Dario Batungbokal ond T.J. Mendoza. Photogiopbed by Honk Fiiedmonn. Pilipino Transfer Student Partnership was created to provide academic support ond a social atmosphere for UCLA transfer students as well as to guide community college students towoids transferring to a 4-year university. wfe L I L EU 9 1 1 fm 9 HPV ; " - w WmWW ' ' - 1 k f |f| P-J % JM " N B nun ? Kh cultural student groups VietNamese Language and Culture Front Row: Binh Duong, Natalie Tionsu, Victoiia Nguyen, Tien Nguyen, Thonti Pham, AnThu Vuong, Carty Nguyen, Ly Ho, Reth Thach, Dung Phom, Thu Huynh, Baotran Vo, ScmUyen Do, Tuyetho Dinh, Diono Can, Corine Ho, Julie Lom, Jennifer Trinh and Kim Dang. Second Row: Thieu Pham, Chuong Ngo, Mai lion, To Phuong, Hong-Phuong Bach, Michelle Vo, Linh Vu, Liz Chincarini, Quyen Nguyen, Dang Hoang, Anh Thu Tran, Van Nguyen, Tarn Guilfoil and Helena Iron. Bock Row: Nick Tong, Mark Nguyen, Tom Nguyen, David Nguyen, Cuong Bao, Nam Nguyen, Nhat Tran, HoangThy Nguyen, Ryan Huynh, Dat Ha, Myley Dang, torn Nguyen, Thooi Tran, Alex Hoang, Michelle Pham and Hoa Nguyen. Photogiophetl by Angela Lou. Founded in 1994 to preserve and promote the Vietnamese language and culture, VNIC hos long been serving the Vietnamese community and has recently expanded to the non-Vietnamese community. We otter our members the opportunities to reach out to the community and gain valuable experiences from the multitude of projects and events we provide. These projects include our Friday Vietnamese tutorial, Saturday Vietnamese tutorial, REACHE high school tutorial ond Vietnamese International Film Festival. UCLA Russian Club Front Row: Elino Mnatsakonyan, llona Mnafsakanyan and Elena Bibikova. Second Row: Olgo lavrova, Mikhoel Felker, Yevo Rogauskayte and Lina Smelansky. Back Row: Yano Stolyarov, Leonid Shpaner, Roman Shkoolnik and Aleks Dubinshiy. Pbotogmphed by Jennifei Richaidson. The Russian Club was established to preserve and extend Russian Culture at UCLA, but you don ' t need to be, or even speak, Russian in order to participate. We ore a social group and we put on a wide variety of fun events, both on and off campus. c Q_ (D 3 o -1 o c By Jacqueline Jou, Photograph Courtesy of the Russian Club. From Mikhail Nevodchikov, the first Russian fur trader to reach U.S. territory to Elina and llona Mnatsakanyan, the respective president and vice- president of the UCLA Russian Club, Russian-Americans have led the way for fur-trading, poetry nights and a hodgepodge of exciting events. The dostoprimechatelnosti (sights worth seeing) sponsored by the Russian Club included Poetry Night, titled " City Lights " that encouraged its members to perform music or poetry in Russian or English. To spread awareness of Russian music, club members made plans to go a Ruki Vverh concert, held at the Knitting Factory. The club also arranged Russian Tutoring, designed to help students enrolled in Russian classes improve their skills. Native Russian speakers would help struggling students through conversation. Last year, the Russian Club also pushed students to travel to Russia through EAP. Travel through EAP offered the enviable opportunity to live in Moscow, interacting with other Russian students, and becoming absorbed in Russian history and culture. Best Buddies Front Row: Kote Beltran, Jasmine loi, Joceyln Nichols, Ashley Gront, Leslie Lands, Hong Iron, Lotrivia Miles, Koten Nguyen, Soroh Solcido, Gevonna Lyons, Morisso Pinedo and Kelly Hicklin. Back Row: Morisso Martin, Kaja Johnson, Melinda Ly, Michael Fink, Lauren Piecyznski, Willie Chase, Kristina Milne, Sabine, Daniel Cunningham, Lomo Harris, Jay Taylor, Joshua Pearson, Chris Louie, Bianco Lopez, Alex Nobb, Angrew Apui and Chorles Lindsey. Photographed by Steven liodie. Best Buddies strives to enhance the lives of people with intellectual disabilities through one-on-one contact and offering them an opportunity to interact with non-disabled people in a non-classroom setting while developing their leadership and social skills and boosting self-confidence. c i 5 Engineers Without Borders Front Row: Regina Quan, Dorothy Le ond Christine Lee. Back Row: Lisa Jambusario, Philip Wegge, Ismael Nowfol and Diego Rosso. Photograph Courtesy of Engineers Without Borders. UCLA Engineers Without Borders is a humanitarian and environmental organization that implements sustainable technology in developing oieas. We promote and raise awareness about environmental ond health issues, and educate about simple sustainable solutions. " The most valuable thing that I ' ve learned with Engineers Without Borders is that the best way to help communities from other countries is to be culturally aware of their lifestyles and environment. The most rewarding experience was the opportunity to do so by building a health clinic for villagers in Thailand. " -Regina Kimberly Quan, On-Campus Outreach, Engineers Without Borders, Civil Engineering, 3rd Year Project WILD Front Row: Rothel lin, Jennifer Sihn, Linda luong, Korishmo Chulloni and Natnsha PusFikarna. Back Row: Corrie Ng, loson Phan, Huynh-Nhu Nguyen, lily Huynh, Julie Leung and James Moon. Photographed by leimilet Mrhordson. Project WILD (Working lor Immigrant Literacy Development) seeks to oid students from Asian and Hispanic backgrounds with their transition to the USA. We provide tutors to help with the English skills and serve as mentors to middle school students in the Rosemeod area. Student Transfer Outreach and Mentor Program Front Row: Jonathan Everette, Gabriela Pocasongre ond Makah Leal. Second Row: Hyewon Chung, Erika Whitcomb, Janette Wooldridge, Bethany Smith, Morisa Cirillo and Fernando Androde. Back Row: Lena Brown, Morcy Rodriguez, Jorge A. Pimentel, Dovid Vollejo, Ernesto Jimenez, Jennie Yang and Sohrob Tahvildaran. Photographed by Angela lau. The goal of the Student Transfer Outreach ond Mentor Program (STOMP) is to reach out to community college students by promoting occess to higher education by being the link between community colleges and UCLA. We make UCLA attainable through resources we provide such as student panels, site visits, UCLA tours, conferences and mentorship. Students for Community Outreach, Promotion and Education ngshan Lo, Shilen Thokror and Manav Shah. Photographed by Jasmin Nib. Students for Community Outreach, Promotion ond Education oims to empower undergraduates ond medical residents with the ability to inform underserved patients with community resouices and opportunities to better lives. service 2GLj student groups GO c Q_ CD o c ■a Asian Baptist Student Koinonia Christian Fellowship Front Row: Lydio Kim, Catherine Wong, Alison Teruyo, Sosoon Kim, Angela Mae Tanzo and Min Choi. Second Row: Daniel Chang, Anna Joaquin, Mimi Chung, Jiseon Park, Aiko Sebuchi and Suson Lee. Bock Row: Michael Chiang, Grant Lee, Kenny Lam, Innhwa Park, Loan Pham and Timothy Woo. Photographed by Angela Lou. Asian Baptist Student Koinonia is oil about following Jesus Christ ond shoring life together, and we invite oil who desire to find out about Christianity to our Bible Study and outings. ABSK is o nationwide campus Christian group ond we seek to share the love of Christ with oil those who are on campus - undergrads, grads and the university community. French Cafe Front Row: Jeremy Boulot, Ella Cohen ond Caroline Belma. Second Row: Erika Whitcomb, Anno Budorina, Jolien Perino, Justin Grering Felicia Horn, Annie Nguyen, Yumi Park and Joo Yun Lee. Back Row: Robin Cavagnoud, Malik Chandhary, James Simon, Christian Wiehenkomp ond Alexander Gabrovsky Photographed by FeiUu. The French Cafe brings together speakers of French and those interested in the French language for weekly activities centered around French language and francophone culture. Post French Cafe events include French Movie Night, Crepe Night, Game Night ond Karaoke en froncaise. French Cafe meetings ore held at the Doshew International Center, located in 1 06 Tom Bradley International Hall. I Japanese Clud Front Row: Joo Yun Lee, Yumi Pork, Bonnie Dong and Roymond Okoniwo. Second Row: Eri Okado, Meghan Strong, Annie Nguyen, Michie Yomoda and David Picciao. Bock Row: Jon Hurst, Mike Froeberg ond Jeff Cloy. Photographed by Maryam loossi. The Japanese Club is dedicated to the shoring of Japanese language ond culture across international borders. Members come together to speak Japanese and learn about Japanese culture. Weekly activities have included a Japanese cooking night, a Setsubun Spring Celebration and a Jopanese movie night. Jopanese Club meetings are held at the Dashew International Center, located in 1 06 Tom Bradley International Hall. awareness student groups Spanish Club Bjorr Johnson, Eleno Kllberg, Jens Grotti and Patricia Turner. Photographed by Maryam Joossi. The Spanish Club combines native speakers of Spanish with those studying or simply interested in learning Spanish. Post activities hove included Sponish-longuoge film screenings, salsa and meringue lessons, round-table discussions and travel talks. Spanish Club meetings ore held at the Dashew International Center, located in 1 06 Tom Bradley International Hall. J yrie Eleison Front Row: Toe Yang, Alex Choe, Kathy Nguyen, Trinh Nguyen, Michelle Kye ond Lucia Pinedo. Second Row: Elizabeth 80 Kyung Kim, Esther Boek, Sue Han, Hana Kim, Chris Kong, Joseph Jang, Chan Lee, Mark Sanchez, Phil Lim, Doniel Chong, Sang Cho, Elizabeth Yim, Marc Sycip, Diano Yong, Dean Kim, Tim Yun, Melisa Kappodakunnel, Chris Boe, Vincent Woo and Brian Alcantara. Photographed by lennifei Richardson. It is the essence of Kyrie Eleison as a body of Christ made up of Cotholic individuals, who grow by nourishing one onother to become closer to God through fellowship, prayer, teachings of the Catholic faith ond love. By Jaya Gupta, Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. The phrase " Panem Nostrum " in Latin means " Our Daily Bread. " No, you are not looking at the Monday night specials on a menu pretentiously written in an archaic language. " Panem Nostrum " was this year ' s theme of Kyrie Eleison, a student-run Catholic organization. According to third year philosophy student Kathy Nguyen " Panem Nostrum " has a metaphorical significance, " Christ is our daily bread, our nourishment, our source of replenishment and sustenance. He is the way that we experience our faith and express it, whether it be through prayer, Kyrie meetings, or receiving Christ in the form of bread during mass. These are the ways that our community comes together, and it is this that is Our Daily Bread. We are replenished by each other, and by Christ. It is the core of our essence. " Addressing the unusual name of the group, Nguyen said, " Kyrie Eleison means lord have mercy ' . [The name] reminds us to keep God at the center of our lives, and to trust wholly in Him and in his mercy. " Creating a tight-knit community, Kyrie Eleison succesfully helps students with all aspects of college life. Kyrie eleison secundum probatur (Lord have mercy during finals!). c Q- fl 3 c CD 75 Ballroom Dance 8 International Folk Dance Club Front Row: Sally Rogers, Laura Rogers, Oeziree Durayoppoh, Andi Colemon, Cynthia Horper, James Zimmer, Jenny Hofmeister, Susan Gority and G.A. Wiggon. Second Row: Kae Kojima, Clinton Jong, Carrie-Lynn Morgan, Jaon Torres, George Bosu, Vivienne Lou Pochi, Dan Kotin and Tom Lai. Third Row: Sharon Hyo, Jorge Garcia, Pieethiko Ekanoyake, Brandon Jong, Emily Jocobson, Ksenya Medvedev, Edgor Mendieto, Korin Joergensen, Rich Hilmon ond Dror Issacci. Fourth Row: Marius Van Rijnsoever, Rich Cullather, li-Hseng Toi, Loro Shunter, Dan Arkoff, Lauren O ' Loughlin, Christina Troutmon, Sondrine LeFebre, Krisztianna Ecsedy ond Vimala Nowlis. Bock Row: Rex Lorenzo, Alice Prue, Csaki Bolazas, Steve Choe, Fovre Didier ond Joel Ortiz. Photogmphed by Steven liadie. Ballroom Donee International Folk Dance Club fosters a dance community among students, stuff, faculty, ond alumni through the movement and music of many donee styles. The weekly donee lessons and special events introduce participants to swing, solsa, tango and waltz, as well as line and circle dances from oround the world. Phi Alpha Delta Roster: Paolo Alfante, Victor Alonzo, Suneet Bawa, Jorgio Castro, Nick D ' Amico, Eric Daco, Alex Dong, Stacy Edgar, Chelsea Ehrke, Laura Fibinger, Alyssa Galloway, Huy Ho, Stephanie Hsu, Lydio Ko, Chondona Kolavola, Lisa Kolker, Joyce Lee, Kattiy Lin, Jeff Liu, Lisa Liu, Chou Mai, Edie Oung, Leeja Patel, Krisztina Pomper, Audrey Sakae, Noncie Shen, Donno Shih, Dan Soleimoni, Rebecca Soil, Les Tibongin, Tracy Tjoeng, Dung Tran, Danton Tsang, Steven Truong, Mike Uy and Ariodno Vallejo.ffiofogrop i Courtesy of Phi Alpha Delta. Phi Alpho Delta, founded in 1902, is the world ' s largest law fraternity with over 216 pre-law chapters across the country. At UCLA, Phi Alpho Delta gives undergraduate students the hands-on experience necessary to form an educated decision obout a life ond career in law, while forming a strong bond of fraternal fellowship. " My most rewarding experience with UCLA Wushu was taking an unknown fledgling team to the collegiate Wushu tournament and blindsiding the whole Wushu community by winning second place in the team competition. " -Susanna Wang, Founder, UCLA Wushu Club, Human Genetics, 5th Year Graduate Random Voices Front Row: Stephonie Ario, Angie Yen, Keji Sojobi, Diana Li and Danielle Nicole Aladjodjian. Back Row: Gloiio Pok, Valerie Moy, Jeyling Chou, Tina Lin, Jenise Grogeto, Shorleen Higa ond Modhurima Gadgil. Photogwphetl by lennilet Richardson. Random Voices is UCLA ' s premiere female a coppello group. The girls have performed on innumerable stages in their six yeoi history, ond host the annual California A Coppello Festival at UCLA. UCLA Wushu Front Row: Susono Wong. Second Row: Kieth Wong, Jeremy Guo and Nadir Yehyo. Lost Row: Alfred Hsing, Amendo Chen, Johnny Chen and Caryn Gargolovic. Photographed by Steven liadie. The purpose of UCLA Wushu is to promote Chinese culture through the teaching ond practice of Chinese martial arts (wushu). Undergraduate Mathematics Students ' Association Front Row: Andre Chen ond Andrew Nguyen. Bock Row: Ryan Rosario, Elizabeth Felter, Stacy Collen, Michelle Hallikoinen ond Priyodharshi Devendran. Not Pictured: Neel Shah, Mario Motheson and Toiray Skolnic. Photographed by Steven liadie. The Mission of the Undergraduate Mathematics Students ' Association (UMSA) is to develop cohesiveness within the UCLA Deportment of Mathematics and its community of moth majors. UMSA develops academic, vocational ond social events throughout the yeor ond strives to meet the needs of math majors. finding a niche student groups c Q- o c ■ ' % W A n %i y II m M y y -greco-bruin style p. 134-135 -council profiles p. 136-139 -house profiles p. 140-153 1 f jr.. JPfJ _- " " jiii r I i " I ' ll drink with my friends Jack and Ron, I ' ll drink until my liver ' s gone. I ' ll invite Sam and Bud and you, And Captain Morgan can come, too! I ' m loaded now, I have to go, My brain is working very slow. There ' s just one thing I need to know: Where is the can? I have to go! - An excerpt from " An Ode to Booze " by Dr. Souse !■ ymfl im In an age long past and hardly remembered, the heavenly body Prometheus brought fire to mankind at the risk of eternal damnation. It was a time of titans an d toil, in a world where Gods often meddled in the daily lives of men. But being Greek has come to mean something entirely different in modern times; ambrosia now includes equal parts Jell-O and vodka, and Bacchus has taken the throne on Mt. Olympus. Firewater has managed to succeed where all else has failed - making many merry under even the most dismal of circumstances. And while loving the lifestyle comes with the territory, members of the Greek community took strength from the actions of their predecessors, pushing themselves to go that extra mile in every endeavor. And if that meant stumbling past the finish line, so be it. Because whether it involved late-night scavenger hunts, community outreach programs or civilized social events, in the end it was all Greek to me. by Vic Kapoor and Emily Masamitsu style Even before you knew them, you knew of them. Those typical fraternity and sorority types, so well portrayed by MTV ' s " Sorority Life " and " Frat Life, " were often clearly visible on campus. In tribute to Revenge of the Nerds, Bruins often found themselves stereotyping those affiliated with the Greek system at UCLA. According to fourth year electrical engineering student and self-proclaimed " anti-Greek activist " Nathan Cornelius, " Frat boys are those guys you see at parties jocking the keg, burping and puking on everything, and hitting on that girl you thought was cute. Sorostitutes are nice and cool for the most part, before they start talking that is. Of course I ' m just playing the devil ' s advocate and talking trash needlessly. The truth is that members of fraternities and sororities are diverse people who got involved for their own reasons, but have come to share similar interests. Who can blame them for loving liquor and being all loud in the wee hours of the morning? I personally prefer saving money that would be spent on dues so I can use it to do laundry instead. " But loved or hated, and contrary to public perceptions, it was evident that Greeks included rowdy partiers, intellectuals and philanthropists alike. Harking back to the 1920s, the UCLA Greek system boasted over 60 organizations affiliated with the university through the Center for Student Programming. Approximately 12% of students were involved in the system, as huge Greek letters emblazoned on sweatshirts and across backsides will proclaimed. They symbolized perseverance, affinity and moral resolve. Just ask anyone who went through " Hell Week " and lived to tell about it. While some were slightly more discreet about their affiliation, avoiding stereotypes was impossible. " I ' m hot simply by association, " laughed Evelynne Scholnick, a fourth year political science student and member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. But while sororities such as hers downplayed the debauchery of college life, fraternities usually orchestrated grandiose endeavors like Spy vs. Spy and Alice in Wonderland. But a social events aside, Greeks were well known for giving back to the community. Delta Gamma ' s annual Anchor Splash was a fun-filled competition between fraternities that benefited the Blind Children ' s Center in Santa Monica, and Omega Sigma Tau hosted Casino Night to promote the UCLA Asian American Reading Room. Such endeavors added credence to participating in a system that guaranteed a good time any day of the week. ..at least until falling grades became a harsh reality of life, bl Facts about Greek Life at UCLA: Interfraternity Council Panhellenic Council Asian Greeks of UCLA National Pan-Hellenic Council President: Chris Hatfield President: Sara Merar President: Katrina Miranda President: Paul Griffith Member Fraternities: 20 Member Sororities: 1 1 Member Fraternities: 4 Member Fraternities: 5 - Affiliations fulfill social calendars Above: Alpha Gamma Omega fourth yeor Stephen Hinton, alumnus Adam Blouert, fourth year Josh Beck and fourth yew Stephen Burdett take o trip off compus to enjoy the natural beauty of Yosemite. Bonding activities included more than just partying in Westwood. Phologiaph Courtesy of Alpha Gamma Omega. Left: Aaron Miller, first yeor chemistry student, of Sigma Alpho Mu goofs off during meeting. Monday nights were devoted to meetings for most members of the Greek System. Photograph Courtesy of Hank Friedmann. ounci " PASSIONATE, INTELLIGENT AMBITIOUS WOMEN.. ' The UCLA Panhellenic Council is the oldest and largest women ' s advocacy group on the UCLA campus, encompassing more than one thousand passionate, intelligent and ambitious women. The Panhellenic Council, established in 1923, is responsible for putting on programs for the entirety of the Greek community here at UCLA and has seen great successes with educational events such as speaker Mike McCree, co-hosting a Career Fair, and introducing our new members to the Greek Community in a New Member Forum. Panhellenic Council is highly esteemed for its coordination of various philanthropic activities throughout the year that the entire Greek communitv participates in and supports, benefiting organizations such as Make-A-Wish, American Heart Association and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. The Panhellenic Council binds the women that it encompasses through a sisterhood that is greater than that within their own chapters. The Panhellenic Council strives to better sorority women, UCLA and the greater Los Angeles community as a whole. We endeavor to live our ritual in our daily lives and to demonstrate to the entirety of the UCLA campus the integrity, enthusiasm and agency of the Panhellenic community. Submitted by Sara Merar. Panhellenic Officers: President Vice President Sara Merar Rachel Iker Recruitment Director Assistant Brenna McHugh Recruitment Director Carie Mendivil Right: Jessica Warmon, Margie Kozak, Moggie Volliont and Carrie Mendivil note the important conclusions of the night ' s Panhellenic Council meeting. The body was o place where all the sororities came together as o cohesive unit. Phologiophed byksmin Niku. Front Row: Morgie Kozak, Breeano Garrett, Meghan Falcone and Katherine Sontoso. Second Row: Moggie Valliant, Sarah McKennon, Milly Shome, Emily Renk, Stocy Eisenberg, Jessica Worman and Kimberly Von Slomski. Back Row: Corie Mendivil, Rochel Iker, Sara Merar, Brenna McHugh, Katherine Barnard and Christine Fortmann. Phologiophed by losmin Niku. Treasurer Maggie Valliant Secretary Breeana Garrett We, the Undergraduate members of women ' s fraternities, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community. Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities. We, the Fraternity Women of America, stand for service through the development of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life. The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfidness, is the tenet by which zee strive to live. ielow: Council members focus their unwavering attention upon Scott Coitei, the Fraternity and Soiority Relations advisor. The council lent fs ears to the complaints, as well os the piaises, brought to the floor during meetings. p liotogwphed by Hank fli terf raternity Officers ecretory Andrew Loecher, President Chris Hatfield, External Vice President Peter Vender Poel, Internal Vice President Allen costo and Treasurer Puneet Prosod. Photographed by Hank friedmotm. President Internal Vice President External Vice President Chris Hatfield Allen Acosta Peter Vander Poel Chief Justice Tim Morgan Secretary Andrew Loecher Treasurer Puneet Prasad The Greek Community strives to be progressive and meet the needs of our community. The UCLA IFC continues to make great strides in creating a responsible and safe environment for its members. There are All-Greek Education Forums, Judicial Review Boards, Risk Managment and Social Conduct Policy, Health and Wellness Educational Programs, Anti-Hazing Policy and Enforcement, New Member Education Forums, Leadership Retreats and Officer Roundtables, Greeks Advocating Mature Management of Alcohol, Take Back the Night Campus Safety Campaign and National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week. The Interfraternity Council serves as the governing body of 21 national and local member fraternities representing approximately 1,500 men. As an affiliate of the North-American Interfraternity Conference, the UCLA IFC is a part of a nationwide inter-fraternal network including over 800 colleges and universities. The UCLA IFC works in conjunction with various philanthropic programs including UCLA Dance Marathon and UCLA Run Walk to promote community service among our members. Along with community service, the council promotes leadership development through conferences for members of the Greek community that allow them to come together to learn techniques to further the progress of their chapter. The IFC also aims to uphold high academic standards for our members with an average IFC GPA regularly higher than the all men ' s average at UCLA. With over 75 years of rich tradition and a commitment to excellence, we strive " to assist and strengthen fraternities individually and collectively, to further intellectual accomplishment and scholarship OF RICH TRADITION ••• of fraternities and their members and to ensure cooperation with the University. " Submitted by Chris Hatfield. nu nvi T n o c 3 n Front Row: Michelle Iron, Kohina Miranda, Doisy Le ond Allison Yoshimuro. Back Row: Jeff Choi, Wilson Vong and Samson Tom. Photogiophed by Nicholas Weston-Swon. " POSITIVE ROLE IN THE ASIAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY ' The Asian Greek Council of Los Angeles (AGLA) consists of four Asian American interest organizations: Chi Alpha Delta, Lambda Phi Epsilon, Omega Sigma Tau and Theta Kappa Phi. The council strives to maintain good relations among the four organizations, and foster relationships between AGLA and the UCLA Greek community, as well as the Asian American community- Seeking to sustain unity among the four organizations, the council organizes numerous events throughout the year ranging from social events such as the annual Spring Picnic to community service events such as " Reading to Kids. " These events serve as opportunities for the members of each organization to build relationships with each other as well as work collectively in enriching the community. The council also conducts regular meetings that serve as an open forum for encouraging discussion and communication within the member organizations. The council further encourages each organization to support each other through attendance and participation at each event put on by any of the four organizations. AGLA also promotes the participation of each of its organizations in all UCLA Greek events, events sponsored by other councils, as well as other events organized by other UCLA groups. The counci strives to serve as a positive role in the Asian American community through its participation in events featuring and celebrating the Asian American culture. We hope that our members serve as positive representations of the UCLA Greek community and Asian American c ommunity. Submitted by Katrina Miranda. Asian Greeks Officers: President Vice President Social Katrina Miranda Chair Millie Nguyen Secretary Treasurer Jill Lovinitnun Samson Tam Service Chair Rush Chair Kotomi Nanjo Daisy Le Above: Michelle Tron, Jeff Choi and Allison Yoshimuro ponder agenda notes over a refreshing glass of boba. The Asian Greek Council of Los Angeles was the governing body of four fraternities at UCLA. Photogmphed by Nicholas Weston-l Swan. . Below: Members of Delta Sigma Theto Jacquae Walker, Christina Bentley and Vera Moore proudly display their sorority ' s symbol. Delta Sigma Theta was the first sorority chartered and is also the first African-American founded Greek-letter organization at UCLA, founded in xroph Courtesy ot Vera Moore. National Panhellenic Officers: President Paul J. Griffith Secretary Ronnette Brown Vice President Vera A. Moore Treasurer Titilayo Kuti The NPHC evolved during a period when African Americans were being denied essential rights and privileges that were being afforded to others. Racial isolation on predominantly white campuses and social barriers of class on all campuses created a need for African Americans to align themselves with other individuals sharing common goals and ideals. With the realization of such a need, the African American Greek-lettered organization movement took on the persona of a haven and outlet that fostered brotherhood and sisterhood in the pursuit to bring about social change through the development of social programs that would create positive change for Blacks and the country. While NPHC organizations recognize the social aspect of Greek college life, the primary purpose and focus of member organizations remains community awareness and action through educational, economic and cultural service activities. Members devote their resources to service in their respective communities, realizing that the membership experience of NPHC organizations goes beyond organizational membership during an individual ' s college career. The individual member is expected to align himself with a graduate alumni chapter following graduation from college, with the expectation that he or Front Row: Ndidi Ounghna, L ' Aurelle Reid, Chrstina Bentley and Vera Moore. Second Row: Titiloyo Kuti, Amber Whitenhill, Crystal Denmon, Ronnette Brown, Anthony Culpepper and Kehsa Batista. Third Row: Porsha Neal, Jamie Williams and Dorian Morris. Back Row: Nashaun Neal, Charles Thompson and Jerome Price. Not Pictured: Temison Amoruwo, Jay Armant, Tiffoni Cortez, Steven Craig, Karma Dickerson, Rodney Diggs, Kalina Flores, Colleen Grant, Paul Griffith, Kennesso Marshall, Tommerin Nix, Genevieve Richards and Savina Woodyard. Photograph Courtesy of Vero Moore. she will take an active part in matters concerning and affecting the community in which he or she lives. Submitted by Paul Griffith. " MEMBERS DEVOTE THEIR RESOURCES TO SERVICE.. ' . ouncil n o c 3 o CD Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi was the first secret society for women. Since then, we have grown to more than 130 chapters and thousands of members in the U.S. and Canada. At UCLA, 808 Hilgard is home to a diverse group of girls who take active roles in both the school and community. Since 1979, ADPi has helped sick children and their families everywhere by raising over $2 million for our national philanthropy, the Ronald McDonald House. Learn more about our awesome house at www.adpiucla.com. Well Established Mascot Flower Symbol Colors Philanthropy Address Council 1925 Lion Violet Diamond Azure Blue and White The Ronald McDonald House 808 Hilgard Avenue Ponhellenic Alpha Epsilon Phi The name, Alpha Epsilon Phi was derived from the Greek phrase " AEI ESTO PHILIO " - " May friendship be everlasting. " The Three National Aims were to foster a close friendship among members; to stimulate the intellectual, social and spiritual life of the members; and to count as a force through service rendered to others. For this chapter, the aims were to develop a strong esprit de corps; to make the chapter a vital force at the university; and to produce women of personality, power and poise who shall be known for their character, culture and charm. Manv hearts. Established Mascot Flower Colors Philanthropy Address 1924 Giraffe Lily of the Valley Green and White Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Chaim Sheba 632 Hilgard Avenue Council Panhellenic . Established mi Flower Easter Lily Color s Blue and Gold Philanthropy Third and Goal Powder Bowl: Powder Puff Football Address 515 Landfair Avenue Council Multicultural Alpha Gamma Omega Ara AGO is a national Christ-centered fraternity. To some people, the phrases " Christ-centered " and " fraternity " may seem to contradict each other, but for us, only these two phrases can truthfully describe the nature of AGO. We encourage spiritual growth of the members through daily devotion, weekly Bible study and accountability groups. Our fraternity upholds the university ' s traditions by participating in events such as Homecoming and Spring Sing. We also maintain strong bonds of fellowship with Christian groups on campus by hosting events at our house and through joint activities. Established 1925 Mascot Mascot Flower Pink Tea Rose Symbol Ivy Colors Salmon Pink and Apple Green Address 105 Kerckhoff Hall Council National Pan-Hellenic Alpha Kappa Alpha AlphaGammaChapterofAlphaKappaAlphaSorority, Inc, chartered by Florence Russell, Vernice White, Hilda Johnson, Juanita Rabouin and Clothilde Curry-Woodard, was the third undergraduate chapter established on the West Coast, and the third Black Greek Letter Organization at UCLA. Recently celebrating our 80th anniversary, Alpha Gamma prides itself on maintaining the goals of the sorority and servicing the UCLA community and beyond. It designs each program and community service with the intent of enhancing the quality of life while appealing to the sorority ' s target groups: economics, the Black family, health, education, leadership development and the arts. 3 " Q o_ Q -a 7S, Q ■o Q -a 3- Q Alpha Phi The Beta Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi has had a very exciting and fulfilling year. After a busy Fall Recruitment, during which the house was transformed with a Hollywood theme, the girls began the year with lots of enthusiasm. A successful third annual " King of Hearts " philanthropy, which included a blood drive and fundraising activities, raised a considerable amount of money for Cardiac Aid. The ladies of Alpha Phi enjoyed a year filled with trips to theme parks, TV show tapings, holiday celebrations and strong sisterhood. Union, hand in hand 7 Established Mascot Flower Symbol Colors 1872 Teddy Bear Lily of the Valley Ivy Leaf Silver and Bordeaux Philanthropy Alpha Phi Foundation and Cardiac Aid Address 714 Hilgard Avenue Council Panhellenic pha Omega Alpha Alpha Omega Alpha was established at UCLA on October 25, 2002. The UCLA Chapter is the Alpha Chapter of the sorority. It was established in an effort to unify students of UCLA to work towards the advancement of Armenian causes, the community of UCLA, and the greater community. Through this organization we will spread and further the Armenian culture and aid in Armenian causes as well as guide fellow sisters in academics, life decisions and social relationships while building life-long ties. " What I was, what I am, what I will be. Established 2002 Symbol Pink Diamond Colors Pink and Silver Address 105 Kerckhoff Hall Council Multicultural Established 1999 Mascot Lion Colors Block, Silver and White Philanthropy South Asian Awareness Address 1 05 Kerckhoff Hall Council Interfraternity Beta Chi Theta Through fraternity, brothers create friendships and bonds that will last throughout college and beyond. Along with brotherhood, Beta Chi Theta develops the principles of tradition, leadership and service to humanity among its brothers. Since its official inception, Beta Chi Theta has made numerous strides in establishing itself as one of the leading student organizations among the South Asian community. Since June 2, 1999, Beta Chi Theta has grown from the vision of eight young men to a student organization that is committed to actively maintaining and promoting South Asian culture at UCLA to a nationwide presence with more than 200 brothers. ' Above all else, brotherhood. " Established 1929 Flower Wisteria Symbol " Torch " for scholarship, " Stars " for modesty and justice, and a " Knight ' s hood " for honor Philanthropy Reading to Kids, AANCART, Divine Design and more Address 1 05 Kerckhoff Hall Council Asian Greeks of UCLA Chi Alpha Delta Chi Alpha Delta was the first Asian American sorority in the nation. This year we are celebrating our 76th anniversary. Chis have roots in important Asian American history. The sorority was rendered inactive during World War II (1942-1945) because most of its members were unable to attend UCLA. The sorority was reorganized in 1946 after the war. Since then, each class has added its own personality to the fabric of the sorority so that today the tradition and heritage of the sorority is a complex mixture of 76 years of experience and time. " Esse potius quom videri ■o 3 " Q -o 37 n 3- Q o (D Chi Omega Today, Chi Omega is the largest women ' s fraternal organization in the world with 240,000 initiates and over 170 collegiate chapters. Since its beginning, Chi Omega has nurtured its members by providing them with unique opportunities for leader ship, scholarship and life- long friendship. Ours is a distinguished history... and our most vital role has been the preparation of young women to achieve their highest possible aspirations. Honor is - Established 1895 Mascot Owl Flower White Carnation Colors Cardinal and Straw Philanthropy Make-A-Wish Foundation Address 708 Hilgard Avenue Council Panhellenic AT Delta Gamma Founded nationally in 1873, Delta Gamma has established a rich legacy of friendship, loyalty and dedication. Delta Gamma ' s pursuit of excellence has allowed us to achieve new levels of success in academics, service and athletics. This past year at Anchor Splash, with the participation of 13 fraternities, our chapter raised over $4,000 for the Blind Children ' s Center of Los Angeles, a school founded by members of our chapter in 1938. The strength and individuality of each member creates an environment that fosters independence amidst a tightly woven group of girls who genuinely care for one another. -- . BAMBl •J Established 1925 Flower Cream Rose Symbol Anchor Colors Bronze, Pink and Blue Philanthropy Blind Children ' s Center Address 652 Hilgard Avenue Council Panhellenic Delta Delta Delta AAA Established 1925 Mascot Dolphin Flower Pansy Symbol Trident and Pine Tree Colors Silver, Gold and Blue Philanthropy St. Jude ' s Children ' s Hospital Address 862 Hilgard Avenue Council Ponhellenic The one quality which exemplifies all Tri Deltas is their individuality. It is this individuality and uniqueness which makes Tri Deltas stronger as people and closer as sisters. At UCLA, Tri Delta provides its members with an opportunity to accomplish their goals and dreams. Sisters are there to encourage each other to try something they have never tried before, and they are there to help pick up the pieces if it doesn ' t work out the first time. A Tri Delta will be your shoulder to cry on, your best friend to laugh and share memories with and your greatest motivator to push you to limits you never thought you could reach. " let e ctAfirlffictlv Delta Phi Beta Delta Phi Beta is UCLA ' s first and only co-ed South Asian fraternity, chartered at UCLA in 1999 as the Beta Chapter. The Delta Phi Beta fraternity was founded in Berkeley in 1993, on the principle goals of brotherhood and sisterhood, community service, cultural awareness and social activities for its members. Already recognized as an important part of the South Asian community at UCLA and beyond, Delta Phi Beta has continued to gain a strong reputation in the UCLA community as a whole. " Dignity, pride, brotherhood sisterhood Established 1999 Mascot Elephant Colors Blue and Silver Philanthropy Tutoring and beach clean-ups Address 105 Kerckhoff Hall Council Multicultural Delta Tau Delta Delta Tau Delta Fraternity was founded at a small college in 1858 in West Virginia, and now boasts over 160 active chapters nationwide, with over 143,000 men initiated into the fraternity since its beginnings. Our famous alumni include everyone from former US Vice Presidents, NFL players, state governors, CEOs of fortune 500 companies, to Hollywood celebrities. We pride ourselves in being well- balanced men who enjoy keeping an active lifestyle, filled with fun social events, community involvement, and at the same time, keeping up with our academics. Although the Delts at UCLA have just returned, re-colonizing in 2001, their presence can already be felt and seen on campus at activities like the annual homecoming parade, philanthropy events, IM games and various other school related activities. For more information on our fraternity, feel free to visit our national website, www.delts.org. " Committed to lives of Established 1926 Flower Purple Iris Symbol Crescent Moon Colors Purple and Gold Philanthropy Children ' s Educational Programs Address 649 Gayley Avenue Council Interfraternity T T T B ffl g r: fJJ r x B iiil ' jm m m Gamma Phi Beta fPKH Gamma Phi Beta is known to be a sorority of fun loving and well-rounded girls. Our good character is A » J P f r¥ ?mmif evident in our campus leadership, school spirit, community k B t M jH J j p r 1H service and most of all, in our friendships with each other. L. m. Jm. r » jwk A NV ■l_ I It is through these friendships that our true strength as " WW» wty v , v 1 a chapter lies - the genuin e sisterhood which gives us ■ V 1 courage to try the new and daunting, comfort in knowing % kt ' AJ J 1 that we will be accepted as we are, support from sisters who i-SP i W h— ™ " w wJIbm .1 want us to succeed and fluorish and pride in that we have such an incredible group of girls we can call our friends and family. — S iCbfcjJ - 4 " -J %!iDay 2004 —+. Established 1924 in Flower Symbol Colors Pink Carnation Crescent Moon Brown and Mode Philanthropy Address Council Camp Laurel 616 Hilgard Avenue Panhellenic Established 1926 Mascot Teddy Bear Flower White Rose Symbol Dagger, Teddy Bear and Katydid Colors Olive Green and Pearl White Philanthropy Prevent Child Abuse America Address 800 Hilgard Avenue Council Panhellenic Kappa Delta Kappa Delta was founded in 1897 at the State Feale Normal School in Farmville, Virginia. Alpha Iota Chapter at UCLA was chartered in 1921. Philanthropies include the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Children ' s Hospital of Richmond, Virginia and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Awards. In addition, Kappa Delta ' s annual Shamrock Project raises money to support Prevent Child A buse America. Through a balance of academic excellence, social success and philanthropic endeavors, our Alpha Iota Chapter of Kappa Delta truly strives for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest. Let us strive for that Established 1870 Mascot Owl Flower Fleur-de-lis Symbol Key Colors Dark and Light Blue Philanthropy UCLA Santo Monica Rape Treatment Center Address 744 Hilgard Avenue Council Panhellenic Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Gamma, founded in 1870, is one of the oldest women ' s fraternities in the nation. Kappa is proud to have 131 collegiate chapters with over 200,000 members in the US and Canada. The UCLA Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma raises over $5,000 every year for the Santa Monica Rape Treatment Center by hosting " Kappa Feast. " Local restaurants donate food for this philanthropy event and each member raises money by selling tickets to the dinner. Being a member of such a great organization provides amazing experiences for amazing young women. Woi Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta is an organization that has been dedicated to the intellectual, social and moral growth of each member since it was founded at DePauw University in 1870. The Thetas at UCLA are a diverse group involved in activities such as the UCLA Dance Team, athletics, the Daily Bruin, Dance Marathon and the Student Alumni Association. This past spring they extended their annual philanthropy, Theta Shoot-Out, from a free throw contest to a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, raising nearly $2,000 for C.A.S.A. " Sisterhood, Established 1925 Flower Pansy Symbol Kite Philanthropy C.A.S.A. for Children Address 736 Hilgard Avenue Council Panhellenic Lambda Phi Epsilon Lambda Phi Epsilon was first established here at UCLA by our 19 founders. Since then we have expanded to many prestigious universities across the country to become the first and only nationally recognized Asian American Interest Fraternity. The main bond that we share on a national scale is the promotion of Asian awareness, leadership, tradition and brotherhood. Every brother knows that we are all equal representatives of Lambda Phi Epsilon, as we are all representatives of Lambda Phi Epsilon nationally and that it is important to maintain our dominance as the most sought-after Asian American organization nationwide. leaders WIWlfflTnTHiifriinnw Ti-rTr— I ■■■■■■■■■■ ■■■■mm ■ Established 1981 Colors Blue and White Philanthropy A3M Bone Marrow Drive Address 1 05 Kerckhoff Hall Council Asian Greeks of UCLA Established 1966 Colors Navy Blue, Black and Silver Philanthropy Asian American Reading Room Address 1 05 Kerckhoff Hall Council Asian Greeks of UCLA Omega Sigma Tau In 1966, Ron Watanabe, Bob Tsutsui and Dennis Onoda, all members of the Nissei Bruins Men ' s Club, founded Omega Sigma Tau. These three names are icons in our history because of their efforts and their contributions to Omegas as presidents of the fraternity. To this day, Omega Sigma Tau still holds true to its original purposes of providing brotherhood and friendship. In an environment with over 30,000 students, it can be difficult for anyone to find one ' s own niche. For this reason, the founding fathers of Omega Sigma Tau got together to make this campus a little smaller, a little better and a whole lot friendlier. Brotherhood, da; Established Mascot Flower Symbol Colors Philanthropy Address Council 1867 Angel Wine Carnation Arrow Wine and Silver Blue Links to Literacy 700 Hilgord Avenue Panhellenic Pi Beta Phi TTBfri The mission of Pi Beta Phi for women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich the lives of members and their community. Pi Phi has been part of the UCLA experience continually since 1927. Pi Phis are committed to education and literacy, and sponsor the annual Arrowspike Volleyball Tournament and tutor inner city children to support this cause. They are also involved with UCLA ' s Dance Marathon, UCLA Run Walk and the philanthropies of all other Greeks. 7 . a ■a ■o Q CD Q CD D Sigma Alpha Epsilon " The True Gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense of propriety, and whose self-control is equal to all emergencies; who does not make the poor man conscious of his poverty, the obscure man of his obscurity, or any man of his inferiority or deformity; who is himself humbled if necessity compels him to humble another; who does not flatter wealth, cringe before power, or boast of his own possessions or achievements; who speaks with frankness but always with sincerity and sympathy; whose deed follows his word; who thinks of the rights and feelings of others, rather than his own; and who appears well in any company, a man with whom honor is sacred and virtue safe. " - John Walter Wayland (Virginia 1899). Established 1856 Mascot Phoenix Flower Violet Colors Royal Purple and Old Gold Philanthropy Elimidance Address 655 Gayley Avenue Council Interfraternity Sigma Alpha Mu Sammy, Sigma Pi Chapter, was founded at UCLA in 1926. Sigma Alpha Mu is a historically Jewish fraternity and is excited to be back on campus and involved in the Jewish community. Sammy is proud to boast about its first annual Ben and Jerry ' s ice cream eating contest to raise money for Alzheimer ' s Research. Since the chapter at UCLA is so new, we are comprised of strong leaders and people who want to take charge in the building of a new fraternity. The fraters of the chapter are leaders on campus, including the president of the Jewish Student Union and Quiz Bowl team. Sigma Alpha Mu is looking forward to starting a strong new tradition at UCLA. Established 1926 Mascot Chim Cham the Gorilla Symbol Octagon Colors Purple and White Philanthropy Elizabeth Glazer Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Alzheimer ' s Foundation Address 1 05 Kerckhoff Hall Council Interfraternity Established 2000 Mascot White Tiger Flower Violet Orchid Colors Lavender, Dark Purple and Silver Address 1 05 Kerckhoff Hall Council Multicultural Sigma Delta Sigma Sigma Delta Sigma is proud to be a multicultural sorority devoted to community service. We open our arms to women of all different cultural backgrounds in the hopes of breaking traditional stereotypes attached to sororities. In the process, we hope that this group of diverse women can make an active difference in the community. By working with underprivileged children, the homeless and residents of the Los Angeles area, Sigma Delta Sigma will dedicate its time and energy to reach those members of our community who need our help the most. Strenqth throuqh Established 1922 Flower Yellow Tea Rose Colors Royal Blue and Gold Mascot Poodle Address 105 Kerckhoff Hall Council National Pan-Hellenic Sigma Gamma Rho Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority ' s aim is to enhance the quality of life within the community. Public service, leadership development and education of youth are the hallmark of the organization ' s programs. Sigma Gamma Rho addresses concerns that impact society educationally, civically and economically. Although we are a relatively young chapter, Mu Alpha has made monumental strides in Sigma Gamma Rho. The bond the women of Mu Alpha chapter share is a special bond that extends far beyond our years at UCLA. The sorority made us sorors, but our love has made us sisters. Sigma Lambda Gamma Sigma Lambda Gamma strives to be the premier organization committed to providing a mechanism of empowerment to all women. The purpose of Sigma Lambda Gamma shall be primarily one of promoting standards of excellence, morality, ethics and education. The sorority shall work to better serve the needs and wants of all people by disseminating information about the diverse cultures which we all share. Finally, the sorority shall maintain respect for the views of others, thereby enhancing the understanding of one another and thus bettering our communities, our countries and the world. slit Established 2004 Mascot Purple Panther flower Pink Rose Colors Shocking Pink and Majestic Purple Philanthropy Breast Cancer Awareness Address 1 05 Kerckhoff Hall Council Multicultural r UN Sigma Nu Sigma Nu is an honor fraternity nationally founded in 1869 at the Virginia Military Institute. At UCLA, we are proud of our long history of academic, philanthropic, athletic and social leadership. Our house snake, Ed, has seen a lot over the years and is especially proud of this year ' s achievements. We have traditionally beaten not only all- Greek, but also the all-men ' s GPA average at UCLA. This year we were most proud of our Toys-for-Tots Christmas toy drive and our second annual philanthropic Sorority Dodgeball Tournament, which has quickly become a Greek favorite. Our White Rose Formal, held at the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas, and our San Felipe Weekender continue to set the standard for similar events across the row. The student body unwound at our notorious house parties this year, the most acclaimed being " Club 601 " and " Sigma Nu Year ' s. " The active chapter is proud to have Wendy, the best chef in all of Westwood - besides Eurochow ' s. " To believe in the life of love, to walk away v of honor Established 1930 Mascot Snake Flower White Rose Colors Black, Gold and White Philanthropy Toys-for-Tots Address 601 Gayley Avenue Council Inrerfrarerniry . Greek Life _ Lives On Whatever your interest, the multi-faceted Greek scene was able to fulfill it. Are you an engineer looking for someone to share your workload woes? Do you want to meet somebody as crazy about pink as you? Look no further than the close bond you can form with the dozens of sisters and brothers all living underneath one roof. Who said you can ' t pick your relatives? He obviously never found a home within the Greek community at UCLA. F NHI£ i I i ! fir 1 11! tBPf j • , c » .%d " The most important kev to achieving great success is to decide upon your goal and launch, get started, take action, move. " -John Wooden If there is one thing at UCLA that can unite the entire student body, it would have to be sports. Hatred of the Trojans, the buzzer-beating shot or the game-winning penalty kick gave even the quietest of bookworms a reason to scream out cheers of l pproval for those hard working athletes. In the cold rain of Drake Stadium, the hot sun of the Rose Bowl and the shade of Jackie Robinson Stadium, athletic performances drew crowds of loyal fans who put off studying just a bit longer in order to partake in the action. Whether it was a rebuilding or an NCAA Championship year, the camaraderie of sports brought students, staff and alumni together. If you don ' t believe it, just remember the fan who slept two nights outside of Pauley Pavilion to obtain the first priority number for the U$C basketball game. He waited 48 hours for the game to begin. Say what you will about UCLA ' s lackluster football season. Despite the easy-come, hard- to-let-go nature of campus naysaying, the proud souls who donned the blue and gold numbers remained a bastion of our school pride. But when they were not held up on a pedestal or put down by criticism, it was difficult to remember that they were our friends, classmates and peers. It has been branded into the Bruins ' psyche for the past few seasons that UCLA is no longer the powerhouse with the pigskin that it once was. With bittersweet losses to cross-town rival U$C still lingering, it was easy to dismiss the young team as a substandard component of UCLA ' s rich football history. While the team struggled under the newfound leadership of Coach Karl Dorrell - who would grace Bruins with his leadership for another six years - our players accrued one personal accolade after another. Junior linebacker and defensive MVP Spencer Havner was named first-team Ail-American by collegefootballnews.com and cbs.sportsline.com. And the trifecta of running backs - Manuel White Jr., Maurice Drew and Jason Harrison - was largely responsible for this season ' s sensationalism. All three were recognized for their accomplishments, receiving the Paul I. Wellman Memorial Award for Ail-Around Excellence, Jerry Long " Heart " Award and Henry R. " Red " Sanders Award for noteworthy offensive production, respectively. But awards and recognition alone do not make a great football team. Elevated to a status of demigods, our players rode the broadcast waves and were cheered and jeered on and off the gridiron. continued on page 160... I — Above: The Bruin defensive line prepares to rush the Arizona State quarterback. UCLA fell to the Sun Devils in Tempe, 48-42, marking yet another loss for the teom. Photographed by G Yu, Doily Bruin. ' The expectations for this season from an outsider ' s point of view was that we would be at the bottom of our conference. I believed that this team would finish in the upper half of the conference. And we ' re right there. " Karl Dorrell Head Coach o o ■ a Lett: Sophomore Maurice Drew evades his Sun Devil enemies in search of a touchdown. Drew rushed for a school record 322 yards against Washington on October 1 st. Photographed byCJYu, Daily Bruin. ...continued from poge 158 While the Bruins ' loss to Wyoming in the Las Vegas Bowl ended the season on a sour note, it didn ' t represent the entire season. The season wasn ' t just about wins, losses or yards. It was about the players that represented UCLA year round, on and off the field. One player that comes to mind is Justin London, our star middle linebacker. With his intimidating 6 ' 1 " , 235 pound frame and agile reflexes, he could easily part the ocean of people on Bruinwalk. But beneath the prototypical linebacker image - dare I embarrass him - lies a gentle, sophisticated soul unafraid to help fellow Bruins. " Justin is nice and courteous. It is almost surprising that he ' s a linebacker, " said second year sociology student Lois Kuo. The next time you see one of these monolithic gladiators, take some burden off their shoulders and talk to them like you would any Bruin. Just don ' t mention the fact that we ' re still on a devastating losing streak against vou-know-who. bl Above: Junior tight end Morcedes lewis is token down in the end zone otter o successful touchdown run. UCLA ' s annual trip up to the Boy Areo resulted in o loss to the Col Golden Bears. Photographed by Mike Winters, Daily Bruin. Above: Junior quarterback Drew Olson desperately seorches for o receiver downfield. Olson passed for 299 yards agains the Beors, but could not overcome the rushing yord deficit produced by J J. Arrington. Photographed by Mike Winters, Doily Bruin. Front Row: Bob Lopez, Bryan Holsey, Mike Bobcock, Jim Svoboda, Eric Bieniemy, Jon Embree, Tom Coble, Karl Doriell, Lorry Kerr, Gory DeLoach.Don Johnson, E.J. Kteis, Dino Borbers, Brion Schneider and Coach. Second Row: Michael McBride, Chris Morkey, Michael Norris, Byron Velega, Steve Melton, Mork Mongelsdorf, Matthew Clork, Robert Gorcio, Derrick Williams, Moft Slater, Brion Callahan, Trey Brown, Jason Harrison, Idris Moss, Benjamin Lorier, Justin Medlock, Nnomdi Ohoeri, Eddie Miller, Tim Worfield and Charlie Schuh. Third Row: Dole Rudd, Brighom Harwell, Maurice Drew, Ben Idemundio, Brian Rubinstein, Jomel Greet, Morcus Cossel, Brandon Bteozell, Justin London, Edward Douglas, Olukayode Oredugba, Rodney Van, Jebious Brown, Mil ' Von James, Michael Pitre, Jorrad Page, Ryan Groves, Marcus Everett, Chris Horton, Andrew Boumgortner ond Christian Toylor. Fourth Row: Ed Kezirion, Craig Bragg, Junior Toylor, Wesley Wolker, Charles Thompson, Scott Kearney, Chris Steck, Kenneth Lombard, Dovid Koral, Kevin Brown, Nikola Drogovic, Aoron Whittington, Shannon Tevoga, Alex Ghebreselassie, Aaron Meyer, Steve Seigel, Pot Norton, Matt Raney, Justin Hickmon, Morko Drogovic, Danny Nelson and Fted Holmes. Fifth Row: Ken Norris, Monuel White Jr., Eric Meal, Tab Perry, Ben Emanuel II, Eyoseph Efseotf, C.J. Niusulu, Kyle Morgan, Scott Glicksberg, Micoh Reed, Joe Cowan, Patrick Cowon, Nathaniel Skaggs, Chris Johnson, Spencer Havner, Jomaal Rhodes, Drew Olsen, Justin Sieber, Riley Jondle, Jimmy Stephens, More Villofuerte and Bruce Dovis. Back Row: Kevin Horbour, Tony Lee, Trovis Martin, P.J. Irvin, Chris Joseph, Aaron Peiez, J.J. Hoir, Noah Sutherland, Brion Abraham, Paul Mociler, Marcedes Lewis, Steven Vieira, Ed Blonton, Robert Cleary, William Snead, Chris Kluwe, Mike McCloskey, Will Peddie, Philip Rouscher, Kristopher Kiley, Robert Chai, Domien Scott ond Keith Carter. Photographed by Scott Ouintatd, ASUCIA Photography. $ o o Q Above: Senior wide receiver Tob Perry out-maneuvers his Cardinal opponent during the Homecoming football game. The Bruins shut down the Cardinal offense and shut out Stanford with a final score of 1 9-0. Photographed by Jonathan Young, Doily Bruin. Below: Sophomore midfielder Benny Feilhober effortlessly posses up the competition in the UCLA-Washington gome. Skilled footwork and practiced technique poid off os the Bruins ended the season with only two losses. Photographed by Tiffany Mkhalka, Daily Bruin. u " 5 " We have 10 incoming freshmen and transfers, so it will take some time to incorporate them into our established system and get them comfortable with the way we want to play, but they ' ll quickly adapt into what we want to establish. " Jorge Salcedo Head Coach At the start of the year the outlook was grim. The men ' s soccer team faced the upcoming season with the loss of its head coach and six of their star players. Following a season that boasted 20 wins and a trip to the NCAA Quarterfinals, the Bruins had big shoes to fill. But all hope was not lost. What the team lacked in experience (only six had played in two or more seasons) it made up for in sheer talent and ability. Newly appointed Head Coach Jorge Salcedo - who previously served as Bruin assistant coach - was hardly a new face to soccer. A four-year starter and Ail- American, he led his team to win the national title in 1990 and went on to play in the Major Leagues. A believer in persistence, he noted that, " This team has the attitude and mentality that can help make up for any lack of experience we might have. " Experience and leadership were sought after and found in returning seniors; defender Aaron Lopez, forward Mike Enfield and forward Ahmed Khalil all played superbly in the 2002 NCAA Championship games culminating in a national title that year. Lopez teamed up with sophomore midfielder defender Patrick Ianni to make school history as one of the tightest defenses in the Pac-10, allowing only 15 goals in the regular season and eight in conference play. Both, along with Enfield, received First Team All-Pac-10 honors. After only two months into their season, Enfield led the Pac-10 in scoring, topping the charts with eight goals and 17 points to his name, many of which were game-winning. However, with the loss of six starters, all of whom helped the UCLA team win 20 games last year, Coach Salcedo was looking towards a major influx of new players into the team and getting them into the team groove. In an interview with UCLAbruins.com, Coach Salcedo revealed, " We have 10 incoming freshmen and transfers, so it will take some time to incorporate them into our established system and get them comfortable with the way we want to play, but they ' ll quickly adapt into what we want to establish. " Despite having a majority of underclassmen and only three seniors, Coach Salcedo was breezily confident that, " this team has the attitude and mentality that can help make up for the lack of experience we have. " continued on page 164... CO o r r a ...continued from page 163 Proving all the naysayers wrong, the Bruins upset many teams, as they shutout both top-ranked California and Stanford teams, 3-0 and 2-0 respectively. Coming into the Pac-10 playoffs with a five-game winning streak, the Bruins displayed impressive tenacity as they overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit, dominating play the second half. As the team came off its win against Washington (2-1) to capture the Pac-10 Championship, it looked to possess all the elements necessary for another national title. Freshman forward Kamani Hill cited their chemistry as " hard to break, " because throughout the season, " We keep building on it; we ' re a better team, and we ' re better friends. " With a first round bye in the NCAA Championships, the Bruins were ready and raring to go against Loyola Marymount, a team they easily defeated 3-0. A tough loss to St. John ' s (2-1) in the third round was a disappointing end to what sophomore forward Chad Barrett called " a great season. " With a final record of 14-4-2, the team would begin preparations anew, eagerly anticipating another challenging season to come. Above: Sophomore midfielder Benny Feilhober (8), sophomore midfielder Patrick lanni (3) and freshman defender Marvel! Wynne (27) swarm the ball in a blink of the eye. The Bruins captured their third consecutive Pac-10 Championship title this year. Photographed by Gradela Sandoval, Daily Bruin. Above: California defenders fruitlessly chose after freshman defender Morvell Wynne. Leaving the Bears breathless and furious, the Bruins won at home in Drake Stadium, 3-0. Photographed by Gtoaelo Sandoval, daily Bruin. Below: Sophomore midfielder Taylor Conel (14) and junior forward fvon Corey (21) hove high hopes that senior defender Aaron Lopez (5) will keep the ball out of the net. Slick moves and bodily sacrifices mode the UCLA soccer team the formidable force thot they weie known to be. Photographed by Mike Winters, Daily 8n IS« o r n fl Front Row: Jordan Horvey, Ryan Voldez, Eric Reed, Nate Pena, Eric Conner, Mike Enfield and Aoron Lopez. Second Row: Trainer Carrie Hogue, Manager Seon Morkus, Trainer More Norcrossm, Assistant Coach Petet van de Ven, Assistant Cooch Foul Bravo, Head Coach Jorge Solcedo, Volunteer Cooch Jose Lopez, Strength Coach Ryan Beckwith, Manager Harry Meschures and Trainer Kristyn Ho. Third Row: Ryan Munoz, Trini Gomez, Benny Feilhober, Ramon Monak, Marvell Wynne, Edwige Ligonde, Richard Floras, Taylor Canel, Evon Corey ond Mike Zoher. Bock Row: Greg Folk, Jonathan Bomstein, Komani Hill, Chad Barrett, Patrick lanni, Ahmed Kholil, Kiel McClung, Brandon Owens, Luke Mehring and Domon James. Photographed by Scott Quintoid, ASUCiA Photography A u flaeC HK-? by Erica Liu This was supposed to be a season of rebuilding as the Lady Bruins struggled with injuries, absences and differing starting lineups during the first 14 games. However, the women ' s soccer team was never one to wallow in its setbacks. " This year ' s team was not about individuals. It was about ' One Team ' pulling in the same direction. That was our mantra at the beginning of the season and it has served us well. We had players playing different positions, we had our battle with injuries, and some tough losses, but the players showed great resilience and heart, " explained Head Coach Jillian Ellis. Posting her 100th victory this year, Coach Ellis enjoyed her sixth season with the Bruins, who would finish the season 6-3 and share the Pac-10 title with Arizona ' s Wildcats. This team owed its success to solid performances across the board, from the freshmen to the seniors. Freshmen Danesha Adams and goalkeeper Valerie Henderson, who broke three school records this year, really stepped up and played with great maturity. Junior midfielder Jill Oakes was the most consistent contributor on the field, and along with Iris Mora, earned All-American honors her efforts in earning the Bruins a shot at the NCAA title. Along with Oakes and Henderson, sophomore Bristyn Davis and seniors Kendal Billingsley, Amy Fazio, and Kim Devine rounded out the " Super Six, " who started all 25 matches this season. As the only player on this year ' s team to have appeared in three consecutive College Cups, senior Lindsay Greco provided valuable leadership both on and off the field. In January, Oakes, Adams, Castelanelli, and Henderson were also called up for the Under 21 Women ' s National team training camp. Going into the NCAA tournament, the 14th seeded Bruins quickly shut out their opponents in the first three rounds. While facing the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Quarterfinals, sophomore Caitlin continued on page 168... Right: Bristyn Dovis swiftly pivots and dribbles the soccer boll down the field os her opponent pursues. Such boll control led the woy to o top-ranked teom finish. Pbotogiaphed by Yu, Daily Biuin. J, V " We ' ve had more setbacks than UCLA women ' s soccer is used to, but that ' s sports. I ' m so proud of how far we got this year ' ' Jill Ookes Junior Midfielder f 3 CO O rt r n left: Undaunted by the surrounding opponents, freshman forward Danesha Adams aggressively goes after the ball. Although it was only her first year, she remained a consistent asset to the succesful teom. Photographed by Yee-Shing " 5 ...continued from page 166 Ursini chose a moment as good as any to make her first goal of the season, connecting on a free kick from Adams in the 64th minute and securing a Bruin bid to the Final Four. Yet another shutout, this time against the Princeton Tigers, landed the team in the finals. The national title would be decided by penalty kicks for the first time in history, and an agonizing loss to the Fighting Irish left fans frustrated by the day ' s events. " The loss to Notre Dame was a heartbreaker, yes, but only because we battled harder than we ever had all season. ..we didn ' t walk out with the trophy, but we walked out having left even- single piece of ourselves on the field that day. We walked out as the same supportive and loving team that we ' d been all season, " acknowledged Oakes. But when all was said and done, the Lady Bruins could be proud of their accomplishments. The team accrued an overall record of 18-7-0, boasted a staggering 13 shutouts, and overcame countless obstacles to finish second in the nation. The world can never have too manv Cinderella stories, and this variation with grassy cleats and shin guards was indeed a magical one. bl Above: Sophomore defender Mary Castelonelli looks for o way post her opponent. In this game against Stanford, UCLA ultimately won 1-0. Photographed by Michael Sun, Daily Bruin. Above: Senior forward Kim Oevine winds up for a kick during this noil-bitter against the Stanford Cardinal. Devine was port of the " Super Six " who started all 25 matches this season. Photographed by Michael Sun, Daily Bruin. o 3 3 CO o r n Front Row: Head Coach Jillian Ellis, Coitlin Ursini, Brynn McGrath, Jennifer Soyles, Julie Hoshizaki, Kim Devine, Michelle Gleoson and Equipment Manager Hector Tovat. Second Row: Bristyn Davis, lindsoy Greco, Brittany Dankwortti, Lindsey Appezzato and Teom Manager Michelle Glavon. Third Row: Team Manager Christina Eskridge, Danesha Adams, Crystal James and Assistant Coach Katherine Mertz. Fourth Row: Volunteer Assistant Coach Hugh Donold, Arionna Criscione, Ashley Thompson, Sarah Lombardo, Valerie Henderson and Assistant Coach Mark Carr. Back Row: Jessica Harris, Camille Toney, Mary Castelanelli, Amy Fazio, Kendal Billingsley, Alma Playle and Jill Oakes. Not Pictured: Melissa Briggs, Stephanie Kron, Stacy Lindstrom, Iris Mora and Theresa Oda-Bums. Photographed by Scott Qvtntmd, ASUCLA Photography. Right: Freshman Mike Haddan trains hard to build up the endurance and strength needed for cross country. With talented freshmen, the team was able to vastly improve their showings at meets from the previous year. Photographed by Scott Quintord, ASUCLA Pbotography. Below: Senior Jon Rankin, sophomore Austin Ramos, senior Ben Aragon, junior Mortell Munguio and senior Erik Emilsson train in Drake Stadium on o sunny day. This year ' s team was dominated by seasoned veterans such os Rankin, Emilsson and Aragon. Photographed by Scott Quintord, ASUCLA Pbotography. Front Row: Student Trainer Robin Ward, Drew Shocklefon, Mortell Munguia, Nick Thorton, Kyle Shackleton ond Trainer Melissac Cox. Second Row: Student Trainer Seon Markus, Matt Stollenwerk, Austin Ramos, Ben Aragon, Erik Emilsson, Mike Hoddon ond Head Coach Eric Peterson. Back Row: Student Manager Jason Yang, Student Trainer Kris Oricio, Jon Rankin, Carey Matthews, Micky Corbin, Nick De Felice ond Student Trainer Mike Dillon. Photogtophed by Scott Quintord, ASUCLA Ph otography. • I ' llBIHJ Emu ■ by Erica Liu Bang! The starting pistol goes off and it ' s a mad dash as hordes of runners fight to position themselves at the front of the herd while still pacing themselves. Lactic acid buildup and burning lungs notwithstanding, the fun that is cross country season has officially begun! The 2004 season was highlighted by senior leadership from Jon Rankin, Ben Aragon and Erik Emilsson - the trio Coach Eric Peterson credited for a large part of this team ' s success. Retaining five of last year ' s best runners, the team also benefited from the tenacity of sophomore Austin Ramos. But while Ramos and Emilsson jousted for the number two position, Jon Rankin consistently remained the Bruins ' top runner. Freshmen talents like Mike Haddan and Kyle Shackelton rounded out the team. This season was Coach Peterson ' s fifth as the men ' s head coach. He revealed that " a lot of the older guys on the team were the first men I recruited when I was hired to coach the men. It ' s been a process. ..but we now have the kind of senior leadership that is experienced and strong.. .We ' ve been in need of that for a long time. " The Bruins kicked off the season with a second place finish in the USF Invitational, and went on to place third at the Stanford Invitational where every Bruin finished in the top 25. At the Pre-NCAA Invitational, runners tested the course that would host the NCAA Championships. The Bruins placed 13th with Rankin and Ramos leading the way, at 21st and 43rd respectively. The team garnered a fifth place finish at the Pac-10 Championships, with Rankin also placing fifth (24:31). At the West Regionals, he led the team to a fourth place finish - something the men hadn ' t enjoyed in eight long years. " I ' ve never been more proud of our team, " related Rankin, " and to end my cross country experience on such a great note. ..that ' s what I ' ll remember most about this season. " Regretfully, the Bruins wouldn ' t qualify for the NCAA Championships as a team, but Rankin did secure an automatic individual bid after Regionals. He single-handedly represent the team at Indiana State, and finish in 39th place (31:49.8) with Ail-American honors. Emilsson and Ramos were also recognized for their athleticism, and would be named to the Pac-10 All-Academic teams at the end of the season. Cross country was not for the faint of heart. Anyone who has endured it will testify that it was a long and arduous journey to the finish line. Reestablishing a rich tradition of distance running at UCLA will likewise take time, and a lot of sweat. At least we ' re on the right track, bl 2 n -i o n o " S3 This past season, Lady Bruins running cross country learned all too well that hard work doesn ' t always pay off as expected. Suffering a tragic breakdown at the NCAA Cross Country Championships - held at Indiana State University ' s Wabash Valley Family Sports Center - the team placed 27th (out of 31 squads) after placing seventh the previous season. Third-ranked Colorado took the team title, while Duke and Providence placed second and third, respectively. Despite efforts by extraordinary distance runners like sophomore Ashley Caldwell, who led the Lady Bruins on the 6,000 meter course, the team failed to reclaim a top-10 ranking. Needless to say, expectations weren ' t very high for a team that struggled just to qualify for the event. When asked about the team ' s performance, senior Carmen Winant explained, " This season was interesting, but in some ways it was more challenging than the last, which seemed to come so easily. The season was not exactly a success by conventional standards, but every girl on the team worked her butt off and had her heart in the right place. Every season, every team has a new dynamic and must start again; we have some great freshmen and wonderful returnees who all work so hard day in and day out. " Under the guidance of Head Coach Eric Peterson, the women ' s cross country team has advanced to the NCAA Championships for the past four consecutive seasons. According to Peterson, " There are a lot of positive signs from this season, things to build on for the future. " And while the ignorant may look to blame the setbacks on a lack of preparation, Winant was quick to disagree. " My teammates are the hardest working, most dedicated people. Racing cross country is a pretty challenging sport, and training for the races is even harder. We train for hours everyday, waking up at 6:30 in the morning to get treatment before a 7:30 workout. We do it everyday because we know that everyone else is working just as hard and hurting just as much. It is impossible to train like we do without a very strong work ethic. Sometimes it just doesn ' t come together in the way you hoped. But that ' s sports, and that ' s life. " But win or lose, these ladies found solace in learning from life ' s lessons, bl . ft C7 Above: Freshman Olga Aulet-Leon is determined to improve her time on one of her runs. The entire cross country team showed dedication ond prudence in maintaining its high standard ol excellence. Photogiophed by Scott Qwntaid, ASUCLA Phott:. Front Row: Student Trainer Robin Ward, Ashley Allen, Moribeth Buche, Lori Monn, Natalie Wbite, Talito Wells and Trainer Melissa Cox. Second Row: Sean Markus, Carmen Winont, Allison Hall, Leslie Barrie, Jenno Timinsky, Sarah West, Clair Rethmeier, Courtney Marsh and Student Trainer Mike Dillon. Back Row: Student Manager Jason Yang, Student Trainer Kris Oricio, Alice Bohannaon, Olgo Aulet-Leon, Moniko Rottienburger, Jenny Esser, Ashley Caldwell, Emily Hoigb, Alison Costello, Nostossja Hall, Anne Adams and Heod Coacb Eric Peterson. Photogrnplied by Scott Ouintard, ASUCLA Photography. o 3 CO n o n o c 3 Above: Practicing in the hot sun, sophomore Allison Costello, junior Jenno Timinsky, senior Carmen Winont, sophomore Ashley Caldwell ond junior Allison Hall sprints across Drake Stodium to build up endurance. Preparing for meets was no easy feat as they woke up to practice at 6:30 a.m. doily. Photographed by Scott Quiatord, ASUCLA Photography. Below: Freshman attacker Russell Simpkins takes careful aim before powering his shot through the net. Concentration and countless practice put the Bruins on the road to NCAA crown. Photographed by lonothon Harnish, Daily Brum. " It was definitely better beating Stanford instead of another team, since they have been such a challenge in the past. I can ' t give enough credit to our guys, they played great defense. " Joe Axelrod Senior Goalkeeper inmiL With the denial of a national championship in the previous season still fresh in their minds, the members of the 2004-2005 men ' s water polo team utilized the bitterness of defeat to produce a near-flawless season. The kings of the pool entered their first matchup against 2003 NCAA Champion Stanford with an undefeated record comprised of four straight victories. However, the upward momentum could not guarantee a win as the Bruins fell to the mighty Cardinal in a 7-6 defeat. The two Pac- 10 rivals battled two more times during the regular season, each being a heated contest with miniscule margin of victories for the respective teams. En route to the Mountan Pacific Sports Federation Championship, the team ' s performace could hardly be criticized. The regular season rotation included match-ups against Long Beach State, USC, Cal and Pepperdine, all respectable water polo programs. The team managed an unprecedented 18 game winning streak, an unheard of feat for any team. The Bruins wanted blood at the NCAA Final Four Championship series, held at Stanford ' s Avery Aquatic Center over the weekend of December 4th. The top-seeded Stanford Cardinal had eaten the Bruins for dinner during the MPSF Tournament over Thanksgiving weekend, snapping the team ' s winning streak. The men ' s team sought retribution - not just any mediocre game of revenge, but revenge in grandeur. According to senior goalkeeper Joe Axelrad, the Bruins ' season was " picture-perfect. " Not only would the team win the highly coveted NCAA championship, they would take it away from the immensely talented Cardinal, assuredly their fiercest rival. The Bruins had split their regular season meetings - two wins apiece - with the Cardinal, before meeting again in the NCAA Finals. There were no underdogs in this match up of wills, and players would rely on years of devotion to both pool and gym in order to win the contest. Under the guidance of Coach Adam Krikorian, whom Axelrad described as " a fantastic coach and also a great friend; the man who made this whole thing possible, " the Bruins answered Stanford goal for goal. Elated fans found the game tied at nine as time expired. Throughout the first overtime period, the title was up for grabs and hopes were resilient. However, it took the Bruins a second overtime period to secure the victory with a final score of 10-9. According to Axelrad, it was " definitely better beating Stanford instead of another team, since they have been such a challenge in the past. Placing a huge premium on defense is a trademark of UCLA water continued on page 177... 2 CD f a -i -a o Below: Freshman utility Justin Johnson has no problem staying afloat with the pressure provided by the Santa Cruz defense. Even in high adrenaline situations, players had t o maintain their composure. Phologiaphed by lomthan Hamish Dcik ft " 5 Front Row: Student Trainer Natalie Cirigliano, Krsto Sbutego, Cameron Smith, Matt Jacobs, Tyler Krikorian, David Pietsch, Michael March, Russell Simpkins and Josh Hewko. Second Row: Head Coach Adam Krikorian, Assistant Coach Matt Armato, Chris Allen, John Blanchette, Peter Belden, Albert Garcia, Marco Santos, Patrick Morrison, Matt Kellogg, Justin Johnson and Undergraduate Assistant Brandon Brooks. Back Row: Brett Ormsby, Thomas Foley, Ted Peck, Tim Cherry, Brad Greiner, Joseph Axelrod, Chris Pulido, Will Didinger, Logon Powell, James Palmer, Grant Zider, Brian Jacobs and Carter Brutschy. Phologiaphed by Scon Qumtoid, ASUCIA Photography. ...continued from page 175 polo. Stanford played fantastic offense, but our defense was up to the challenge. I can ' t give enough credit to our guys. We played great defense. " The Bruins returnedhomewithNCAAChampionship trophy in tow and glittery rings on their fingers. They were out for blood but got tree sap instead; it ultimately made little difference to the famished Bruins. Above: After o blocked shot ond turnover, redshirt freshman center defender Tim Cherry maneuvers through the wafer with agility and grace. Games were often fast-paced ond players were required to sprint from poolside to poolside, especially after turnovers. Photographed by Jonathan Hamish, Daily Bruin. 5 CD o_ o Above: Freshman attacker Cameron Smith propels himself out of the water to inspect the ploying field. Passes hod to be made accurately in order to secure o win. Photogmphedbylonothan Haraish, Doily Bruin. u Not just any team can have an undefeated season. This past year, women ' s water polo proved that it was not just any team. The pressure was on as they faced a season filled with high anticipation, with four returning Olympians and one of the best recruiting classes in the nation. The women ' s water polo team did not disappoint. Stealthy and lethal, its No. 1 ranking and collegiate sports reports only reinforced its superiority in the water. Perched atop rankings all season long, they blew away the competition. With tournament time of the 2004-2005 season rapidly approaching, the women ' s water polo team had yet to lose a match. Winning most of their games bv an almost embarrassingly large margin (22-0 vs. Colorado State, 20-8 vs. Arizona State), many quickly looked forward toward the NCAA Championship. However, there were several close matches that showed that the gap between the Bruins and the rest of the world was not as wide as many believed. At the Gaucho Invitational in Santa Barbara, No. 1 UCLA met face to face with last year ' s national champions, No. 2 U$C in a close match that went into two overtime periods. Although UCLA came out on top, scoring 4 goals in overtime to win the tournament, it was a closer game than the plavers would have liked to admit. Center Forward Brittney Bowlus noted, " There are definitely many great teams out there that will give us a good fight. But if we play like we all know how we play, that NCAA is ours. " A week after the Gaucho Invite, the Bruins were not going to be caught sleeping as they met up with U$C again at home. With the stands packed with fans, the game started with a quick two goals continued on page 180... Right Freshmon Utility Monique Blonchard delivers o piercingly accurate pass. Practicing the most fundamental skills was necessary, even for a team as good as the Bruins. Photogtophed by Scott Qumtatd, ASUCIA Photography. J H " On paper the team is incredible, but teams aren ' t created by talent. The key for us this year is playing together " Adorn Krikorian Head Coach Lett: Olympian senior center forward Natalie Golda takes careful aim before firing off trie gome-winning shot. An invaluable asset to tbe team, Goldo ' s deadly outside shot won mony games for the Bruins. Photogmphed by Scott Quintoid, ASUCLA Photogiaphy. $ 3 f a -i -o o_ o " 5 ...continued from page 178 by U$C in the first two minutes. However, UCLA was not discouraged as the team struck back with five goals before the half ended. The game was difficult and became aggressive near the end, as UCLA and U$C were dealt 14 and four ejections, respectively. The Bruins refused to lose on home turf, and came away with a seemingly easy victory of 11-6. As the season progressed, the team was stretched to further improve upon an essentially spotless season. With a breathtakingly talented roster, it was hard to see what there was left to do. However, Krikorian pointed out, " On paper, the team is incredible, but teams aren ' t created by talent. The key for us this year is playing together. " In his eleven years with the Bruins, Head Coach Adam Krikorian played a vital role in pushing the water polo program to success. Doubling as the head coach for the 2004 NCAA Championship men ' s water polo team, his talent did not go unnoticed, as he gained the title of Coach of the Year this past fall. As an alumni of UCLA and former captain of the water polo team, Krikorian used his experience to lead the team to the top of the standings, bl Right: Sophomore goolkeeper Emily Feher stoys on hei toes os she quickly moves to block o shot. UCLA ' s mony shutouts we e due to her impeccoble instincts. Photographed by Scott Quintotd, ASUCIA Photogtaphy. left: Junior driver Thalia Munro keeps her cool even under extreme amounts of pressure by the defense. Experience was often useful in situations like these, os the ployers looked for the perfect goal-making opportunity. Photogiaphed by Scott Quintoid, ASUCIA Photography 3 to f g_ o Front Row: Assistant Cooch Nicolle Payne, Emily Feher, Monique Blanchord, Kothryn Krumpholz, Gobrille Domanic, Nicollete Grams, Bailey Samuels ond Komaile Crowell. Second Row: Assistant Coach Maureen Flanagan, Jenna Murphy, Kelly Rulon, Jillian Kraus, Katherine Belden, Molly Cahill, Courtney Mothewson, Team Manager Rosie Correras and Student Trainer Kristine Ho. Back Row: Heod Coach Adam Krikorian, Lauren Heineck, Brittony Rowe, Katie Flonagon, Brittney Bowlus, Ambet Stochowski, Kristtna Kunkel, Kocy Kunkel, Natalie Gofda, Thalia Munro and Tahlio Ken. Ba ftf ' . W I rllilT J wwMlkli I VLv " We have tough kids who show a lot of heart and a lot of character. We hate to lose, and we ' ll fight you until the bitter end no matter what. " Jordan Farmar Point Guard Freshman Right: Senior forward Dijon Thompson drives post UC Irvine ' s Ross Schraeder toward the bucket. The only senior starter on the team, Thompson stepped up his gome by leading his team in points and rebounds, and earned All Poc-10 occolodes for his efforts. Photographed ■by lonothon Homish, Doily Bruin. m by Jacqueline Jou The start of the UCLA men ' s basketball season began on a precarious note. Uncertain of how a fresh batch of young players would perform, fans were on tenterhooks to see the incoming personalities and the tone they would set for the team this season. The recruiting class consisted of four freshmen ranked among the top-100 recruits in the nation, a gold mine that consisted of Arron Afflalo, Jordan Farmar, Lorenzo Mata and Josh Shipp. The starting lineup alone consisted of three freshmen, Affalo, Shipp, and Farmar - the first time since the 1998-1999 season that a trio of freshmen had started for UCLA. It was a questionable move that had some scratching their heads, but a gamble that paid off as the season unfolded. Much needed leadership from starting point guard Cedric Bozeman was lacking due to an early ACL injury, and Jordan Farmar fulfilled the void. The freshman class ' performance astonished UCLA basketball fans who had all but given up their basketball team going anywhere during their residence here at UCLA; the team didn ' t end up going to finals but put up a spectacularly good fight up until the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Texas Tech - the team ' s first appearance since 2002. Also surprising to some was the major role senior big man Dijon Thompson occupied to help this team settle in and take care of business. In the gut-churning game against Washington State, Thompson ' s 3-point shot in the last six seconds incited fans into a screaming frenzy and secured his place as the team ' s go-to man. The team won in overtime. A week later, Thompson scored a career high of 39 points in the game against Arizona State. The team started the season off with six consecutive non-conference victories, and went on to have a successful season that included a pair of wins over the cross-town rival Trojans. As a whole, however, the season ' s erratic yo-yo-ing record had fans gasping for breath while waiting the next dramatic turn. Games believed to be easy wins turned out to be heartbreaking losses; games thought to be hopeless became everyone ' s favorite slow-mo 3-point shot. At one point, UCLA men ' s basketball was ranked second in the Pac-10 after successful runs against both Washington teams. Coach Ben Howland, in his second season as head coach was extremely pleased with his players ' performances this season. When asked which games he thought were the most important, Coach Howland answered " They ' re all must-win games. . . the game against Cal [this season] is really the way we want to [always] play. " In the first game against U$C, Coach Howland continued on page 185... 5 CD 03 Q u- Q Right: Freshmon small forward Josh Shipp emphatically dunks the boll os Washington ' s Brandon Roy helplessly looks on. UCLA ' s come-from-behind triumph over the 1 2 Huskies was one of the most thrilling and important victories of the seoson. Photographed by Mike Winters, Daily Bruin. " 5 Front Row: Kenny Donaldson, Corey McMahon, Jason Ludwig ond Brett Toshman. Second Row: Doug Erickson, Director of Operations Chris Carlson, Assistant Coach Ernie Zeigler, Heod Coach Ben Howlond, Assistant Coach Donny Doniels, Assistant Coach Kerry Keating, Scott Gorson and Tony Spino. Back Row: Ike Williams, Janou Rubin, Quinn Hawking, DeAndre Robinson, Matt McKinney, Josiah Johnson, Ryan Hollins, Michael Fey, lorenzo Mato, Dijon Thompson, Cedric Bozeman, Arron Afflalo, Josh Shipp, Jordan Farmor, Joey Ellis ond Brian Morrison. Photographed by Scott Qointard, ASUCLA Photography. ..continued from poge 183 reflected the team had " much better zones and it made us play at a better pace and slow down a little. " The illustrious freshman point guard Jordan Farmar commented, " The team ought to execute from the beginning and the get- go. " When preparing for the second U$C game, rift with expectations and building pressures, junior center Ryan Hollins declared, " The team needs to definitely stay on the game. ..and to come out ready to play and make some intensity. " The heat had definitely been turned on and everyone was waiting to see what came out of the oven. Above: Freshman point guord Jordan Farmar blows by an astonished UC Irvine defender. Though only his first collegiate season, Farmar shouldered huge responsibility for the team ' s success, averaging over 30 minutes of playing time a game. Plwlogiopheit by lonotho liruin. CD 3 03 Q in 2. u- Q Above: Senior guard Brian Morrison takes it strong to the hole against Chicago State. With his superb defense ond deadly shooting accuracy, Morrison provided solid minutes for the Bruins off the bench. Photogiopbed by Yee-Sbing Yang, Daily Bruin. What Is to Be Done? was the pleading title of a Chernyshevsky book, which was so powerful that it roused Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin to spearhead the Russian Revolution of 1917. That same question lurked in the thoughts of UCLA women ' s basketball coach Kathy Olivier after sophomore standout guard Noelle Quinn, one-third of the ' Big Three ' was relegated to the sideline as a result of a serious knee injury. The solution to Olivier ' s dilemma has been far less hopeless or far more hopeful, depending upon how much more full your glass is than Lenin ' s. The Lady Bruins started the 2004-05 season with two goals in mind: keep the Pac-10 race close and wiggle their way into the post-season. There were instances in their season where an auspicious outcome to a grueling year seemed just out of paw ' s reach. Noelle Quinn, a key offensive weapon averaging 16.9 points per game, tore the cartilage in her left knee after being undercut by an Arizona Wildcat during a layup attempt. She was out so long because of the injury that she didn ' t even qualify to be ranked in minutes played per game by the conference. After a three game skid, junior guard Nikki Blue, the second-third of the ' Big Three ' , called a players ' meeting in which she implored her teammates, " Get on a winning streak. Who knows when Noelle will come back? She may not be back for the end of the Pac-10 season, she may not be back for the Pac-10 Tournament. We don ' t know. That ' s why we have to take this upon ourselves now. " And that is just what the Bruins did. Coach Olivier said, " I think we ' re in desperation mode. We are still learning how to play without one of our key players. " Indeed the Bruins were, and miraculously the notion of these hardworking women achieving continued on page 188... Right: Junior point guard Nikki Blue bottles for position ogoinst o menacing Texas defender. Blue led the Bruin squod with 6.1 assists per game and was second in scoring, averaging just over 1 6 points per game. Photogiapl Jong, Ooily Bruin. " I don ' t think we ' re in desperation mode yet ...we are still learning how to play without one of our key players. ..we are right in the g ame. " Kathy Olivier Head Coach o 3 00 Q r 2. Q Left: Junior guard Lisa Willis cruises in for on eosy loyup os her opponent looks on helplessly. One of the ' Big Three, ' Willis helped the Bruins ochieve o 16-11 record by leading the team in steals. Photogmphed by lonothan Young, Daily Bwm. ...continued from page 186 how to play without one of our key players. ..we are right in the game. " Indeed the Bruins were, and miraculously the notion of these hardworking women achieving the goals they set for themselves in the preseason did not seem as murkv. As Coach Olivier pondered what was to be done about filling in the hole of offensive firepower the injury to Quinn ' s knee created, the last third of the ' Big Three ' junior guard Lisa Willis offered this solution, " I think that ' s pretty key that we ' re out there all t he time. Coach is just going with who ' s getting it done at the time. She ' s just going with who ' s hot. " Sounds like a smart plan, bl Above: Sophomore guoid Amondo Livingston flies high to shoot over on Oregon defender. Down by four at the half, UCLA outscored the Ducks by 20 points in the second half to win the gome 70-54. Photogiaphed by Michael Sun, Daily Bium. Above: Liso Willis leods a fast break down the court in o gome against Purdue. Undecided until the last possession, the game against the 14 Boilermakers was one of the most exciting and dramatic wins of the season, • ' hotogrophed by Michael Sun, Daily Biuin. Below: Sophomoie guard Noelle Quinn alertly looks to poss the boll to o teammote foi o quick score. Despite Quinn ' s unfortunate knee injury, the team was able to stick together and to pull out clutch wins during the season. Photogtophed by Many long, Daily Siuin Front Row: Emma Tautolo, Consuelo Lezcano, Lauren Pedeisen, Stephanetta Bingly, Brittany Ringel and Amanda Livingston. Second Row: Shoina Zaidi, Julia Pitts, Nikki Blue, Ortol Oren, Sissy Pickett and Lindsey Pluimer. Bock Row: Lisa Willis and Noelle Quinn Photographed by Scott Quintatd, ASKLA Photogiophy o 3 (D 3 Q v % Q " We poured 100 plus percent into the competition. We definitely played to win. " Jennifer Sutton Junior Right: Senior Kristen Moloney concentrates on the ever-challenging bolonce beom oppmotus. The former Olympian completed her final season as a Bruin this yeor, capturing the NCAA title in both the beom and vault. Photographed 6y Thiliao, daily Bruin. $m m 1HL ■ by Ellen Park With the yester-year mantra of " The Drive for Five " successfully completed, the elite gymnasts of UCLA searched for motivation for what Coach Valerie Kondos-Field referred to as a " rebuilding season. " While the 13 members of the defending national championship team secured a place atop the preseason rankings, the departure of world-class gymnast Jamie Dantzcher left the team largely dependent upon senior Kristen Maloney and a freshmen class brimming with talent. Maloney, a former Olympian, returned to UCLA for a fifth year with the satisfying memories of her third National Championship still fresh on her mind. Her insatiable appetite for competition and camaraderie fashioned Maloney into a determined and proven leader. The accomplished athlete became the first UCLA gymnast to score a perfect 10 on all apparatus after a flawless floor routine. Maloney rounded out her UCLA career by spending the last ten weeks of the season as the top-ranked gymnast in the country. The nine-time All-American also received the honors of Sports Illustrated On Campus National Gymnast of the Year and the Honda Award, bestowed upon the top athlete in his or her respective collegiate sport. Maloney ' s poise and confidence reverberated throughout the young squad, as multiple freshmen also received a taste of national recognition. With a hefty resume in tow, 2004 Olympian Tasha Schwikert entered UCLA with weighty expectations to continue the tradition of perfection established by her departed counterparts. Schwikert ' s consistency led to her becoming the lone first-time first-team All-American, culminating with the NCAA All-Around title, one that the freshman won over her teammate and mentor Maloney. Unlike numerous other high-profile UCLA athletic entities during the 2004-2005 season, the gymnastics team was continuously expected to maintain its dominance as the top team in the country. While the poised ladies garnered rankings within the top five, they carried the winning philosophy with them to the Super Six Team Finals at Auburn, Alabama. As the concept of a three-peat became more realistic after each successfully completed event, the immaculate performance by a daunting Georgia squad derailed fervent championship hopes. H owever, the individuals poured " 100+ percent into the competition. We definitely played to win, " attested junior Jennifer Sutton. Despite the seeming underachievement by UCLA standards, a fourth- place finish was a respectable end to a consistent season. continued on poge 193... 3 3 Q ...continued from page 191 While the UCLA gymnastics team will have to cope with the departure of a decorated leader for the second year in a row, the outstanding performances by an experienced freshmen class etches a hopeful outlook for next year. As one championship run came to a close, the beginning of another sets the stage for a highly anticipated season, bl Above: Freshman Tasha Schwikert dares to jump off the beam during her difficult routine. Such poise and talent earned Schwikert first-team All-American Honors. Photogiophed by Jennifer Dwdei, Daily Bmin. O 3 a Above: Sophomore Courtney Wolker proudly displays her artistic agility during the floor exercises. Walker ' s outstanding performance helped the Bruins clinch a fourth ploce finish in the Super Six Team Finals in Alabama. Photogiophed by Jennifer Oiadei, Doily Biuin. S £8 m u " 5 On the surface, everything looked placid and serene. The silence during pre- morning made one forget that one was situated on the middle of Bruinwalk, usually the busiest and most interfering places on campus. At this time of day, however, the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life was easy to forget. At exactly 7:45 a.m., the members of the UCLA women ' s swim team leapt into the water, sending peaceful gurgles lapping alongside the swimming pool gutter. One by one, the swimmers dove into the pool from their elevated blocks, their bodies barely causing a ripple in the water. For an hour and a half, the Lady Bruins swam tirelessly, fluid machines in their element. Dedication like this was the type of " elite training for elite athletes " that Assistant Coach Greg Meehan boasted of. One had to admire the dogged determination of any UCLA athlete. The Lady Bruin swimmers were no exception. It was a tough life to beat. Wake up at 6 a.m., get to practice, get to class, get to practice, maybe a quick nap, get to weight training, get some studying done, go home, sleep. Rinse. Wash. Repeat. But they did it. " It ' s an intensive regiment. The girls have practice Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday - two hours in the afternoon and one and a half in the morning. They also do yoga, weights, running and other training other times during the week, " Assistant Coach Greg Meehan said. Despite a brief fallout after the first half of the season in December, in January, the team easily trumped UCSD, and found themselves ranked 11th in the nation. Another two losses against Stanford and Berkeley proved to be irrelevant when in February, the Lady Brui ns decisively beat USC. Cicero has said, " Friendships make prosperity brighter, while it lightens adversity by sharing its grievances and anxieties. " In the face of intercollegiate swimming rivalry, all the girls enthusiastically cite their teammates as their greatest inspiration for doing well. Senior Kimberly Scarborough said brightly, " It takes a tremendous team effort to win. It isn ' t individual and this year we have a great group of girls. " Sophomore Isabelle Mieshen piped up, " I love being on the swim team. They ' re like a group of sisters. The team support is amazing; they support you, push you, and urge you on. " Personal stamina can only get you so far and when it doesn ' t, a great group of friends fills the glass, half full, of swimming elite faith, bl by Jacqueline ai i Lett: No omount of hydraulic force is able to deter freshman breaststtoker Nicolelte Teo from beating Sun Devil opponents. leo ond hei fellow teommates ' dedication and work ethic was the secret to their success this season. Photographed byAgota Kosmolsko, Doily Bruin. Below: Reaching for the wall, junior butterflier Kendall Butler is a formidable power in the pool ogoinst Arizona State University, Butler ' s strong performance helped the Bruins achieve a 11 national ranking. Photographed by igalo Kosmolsko, Doily Bruin. CO 3 3 CD Above: With furious determination, senior Jeannette Nieto freestyles towards the finish in o win against Arizona State University. The swim team showed piudent dedication in training for the seoson by practicing several hours o day. Photographed by Agato Kosmolsko, Daily Bruin. Above: Sophomore Courtney Iverson tenses up right before the buzzer goes off in a home meet against Arizona State University. The UCLA Lody Bruins swept the top four positions in the 200 backstroke, decisively winning the meet in a 174-1 23 victory. Photographed by Agola Kosmolsko, DoilyBruin. " 5 Front Row: Soro Clark, Kristobelle Doley, Alexis Unophum, Brittony Renfrow, Amando Blong ond Paige Thompson. Second Row: Heather Peng, Jeono Fuccillo, Shellene Cotolono, Erin Ketchum, Jone Imognne ond Chiemi Yomomoto. Third Row: Kotherine Wong, Kendall Butler, Kim Scarborough, Liz Keoting, Jeonnette Nieto, Kim Vondenberg, Jonine Shock ond Undergraduate Assistant Molin Svohnstrom. Fourth Row: Assistant Swimming Coach Greg Meehnn, Nicolette Teo, Luiso Los-Santos, Jillian Ochs, Lindsay Jones, Isabel Miesnet, Tomaro Bal, Amy Thurman, Katie Nelson, Undergraduate Assistant Kristen Lewis ond Heod Swimming Cooch Cyndi Gallagher. Bock Row: Massage Therapist Dr. Brian Campbell, Team Manager Kirill Foyerman, Eileen Seissen, Kellin Chotfield, Shannon Hockett, Melisso Miller, Courtney Iversen, Kobe Arnold and Heod Diving Cooch Tom Stebbins. Photographed by Scott Quintord, ASUCIA Photography. Above: With sheet determination and concentration in her eyes, junior diver Poige Thompson folds herself up and eyes the pool to prepare her entrance. Competing on the 1M and 3M boards, Thompson ' s dazzling performances were vitol to the success of this past year ' s Diving team. Photograph Courtesy ol Stephanie Sampson, UCLA Sports Information. Twisting yourself into near-pretzel formations while falling through the air is no small feat. Doing this with grace and agility and entering the water at a ramrod straight ninety-degree angle is well, nearly impossible for the majority of us. And yet the women ' s diving team managed to make it look so ridiculously easy. With only six members, this team was smaller than the average sports team. " On a team that small, you can ' t help but grow very close. We are all close friends, " admitted senior team captain Janine Strack. Strack and juniors Amanda Blong and Paige Thompson led the team with their consistently high rankings. Junior Sara Clark rounded out the upperclassmen of this talented team. At the receiving end of the baton, freshmen Brittanv Renfrow and Heather Peng also displayed enormous potential and promise. The team kicked off the season with a bang, garnering victories against UCSB and Oregon State and a fourth place finish at the Purdue Invitational, where Thompson won the 3M after a recent injury. The Bruins defeated Arizona State, but were ultimately edged out by one heart-breaking point that gave Arizona a 149-148 victory. Still, Blong dived extremely well and won both board events. The team swept the top five spots in both the 1M and 3M against UC San Diego, easily trouncing the Tritons with a score of 165-80. Despite losses to Cal and Stanford, the Lady Bruins ended their Pac-10 dual meet competition with a decisive 175.5-122.5 victory against ' $C. " This year ' s team has done a very good job of working to break through their perceived limits, " praised Coach Tom Stebbins. The team finished fourth at the Pac-10 Championships, where Blong led the Bruins with a fourth place finish on the 1M and Renfrow finished eighth on the 3M. At the NCAA Zone E Championships, Thompson placed seventh on the 1M, while Blong finished ninth on the 3M. Being a diver isn ' t the most glamorous. Divers are frequently overshadowed by the swim team and their spectacular efforts often only count for two to three events per meet. However, these divers held no grudges and took their role very seriously and humbly, giving their best at every competition and proving that the effort is more important than the result. " 3 fliMHUal Jacqueline Jou It was the best of times and it was the worst of times for the 2005 UCLA men ' s volleyball team. Seeded third coming into the NCAA Championships, the Bruins saw the national title just within their reach, until Pepperdine University came in for the kill. Al Scates, the premier volleyball coach in the nation, had the utmost faith in his team this year. It was undeniable that this year ' s Bruins were an excellent team and Pepperdine was the team to beat. In Coach Scates ' 43 year career at UCLA, complete with 18 NCAA Championship victories, 2000 to 2005 marked the largest championship drought for Coach Scates ' to date. A season plagued with multiple injuries of several key players proved to be a setback to the team. Junior Dennis Gonzales, the starting setter, was unable to play for six months due to a finger injury; junior Allan Vince was unable to jump with the full extent of his 7 " frame due to a sprained ankle; senior outside hitter Kris Kraushaar had some endurance difficulties. However, these ailments proved to be surmountable - looking at the team ' s near-pristine 26-6 record coming into the championships, this was a team that had fought hard for victories over its personal battles. Gonzales will return next year, though his absence on the court allowed freshman Gaby Acevedo to garner impressive playtime. Both Vince and Kraushaar made it to the final game, displaying impressive strength and stamina, in spite of pitfalls unbeknownst to the thousands of fans rooting for them. With a starting lineup consisting of Paul Johnson, Jonathan Acosta, Kraushaar, Acevedo and Vince, the final game was held at Pauley Pavilion before a crowd of 6,853 between the UCLA Bruins and Pepperdine Waves. The Bruins won games 2 and 3 to take a 2-1 lead, but sounds of UCLA fans ' wild cheers anticipating a victory were quickly smothered as Pepperdine took control in the deciding continued on page 200... Right: Freshman libera Tony Kei concentrates on digging the boll during the heated match-up agoinst Long Beach State. The team rose to unprecedented success with the contribution of new and talented players. Photographed by Michael Sun, Daily Bruin. I must III! m at a loss for words. People were coming up to me saying I had a good match, but we didn ' t accomplish our goal and that ' s all that matters. " Jonathan Acosta I Senior Outside Hitter 5 (D 3 o- Q Left: With intensity ond skill, senior outside bitter Jonothon Atosto sends the boll to the opposing Col Baptist University ' s court in o 3-2 showdown. The motch wos port of the seven gome winning streak that started off the season. Photographed by Gordelo Sandoval, Doily Bruin. 551 ...continued from page 1 98 game 5. Faced with increasing pressures, the Bruins made tragic hitting errors, putting themselves in a 4-0 hole from which they never recovered. In the thrilling match, Acosta made repeated kill after kill where he " played the best [he ' d] ever [played] " according to Coach Scates, with a whopping 29 kills, a personal record. At the end of the day, a heartbroken Bruin team surrendered their home court to a bevy of ecstatic Pepperdine players. It was a hard, strenuous battle to the top and the Bruins had plenty to be proud of. The prize that they had their eyes on was lost, but the challenges that the team faced in getting to the NCAA Championships were overcome. As outside hitter Kraushaar said forlornly, " It was fun. It would have been nice to get the win, though. " bl Above: Two Bruins leap up to block this Cal State Nortfiridge hitter ' s attempted spike. Like the Great of China, the Bruins ' inpenetrable defense contributed to their sterling record of 26-6. Photographec Caiciela Sandoval, Daily Btuin. Above: Sophomore opposite hitter Steve Klostermon effortlessly lifts himself off of the group and sends the ball flying across the net. The Bruin offense led to a decisive February win against Long Beach State. Photographed by Michael Sun, Daily twin. Below: Senior outside hitter Kris Kroushoor slams the boll hard to the flailing USC defense for o 3-1 victory. With eoch successive win, the teorn marched towaid the NCAA Championships, " holographed by H Front Row: Eric Choghouri, Paul George, Dennis Gonzales, Tony Ker, Jonathan Acosto ond Goby Avecedo. Second Row: Domien Scott, Gray Garrett, Brennon Prohler, Nick Scheftic, Poul Johnson, Allan Vince, Kris Kroushoor ond Steve Klostermon. Bock Row: Team Statistician Matt Susson, Assistant Coach Brian Rofer, Heod Cooch Al Scotes, Assistant Cooch Mike Seoly, Assistant Team Manager Donovan Daughtry, Head Athletic Trainer Dale Rudd, Student Trainer Tiote Salosso, Linda Lossiter ond Nancy Ishiki. ::gropbed by Scott Ouintoid, ASUCLA Pbc:: I ft) cr Q J} 5 ' There were a lot of reasons I and incidents that kept us from developing the continuity that you hope for, but they were always willing to try and make it work, they never gave up. " Andy Banachowski Head Coach Right: With determination blazing in her eyes, senior outside hitter Brittany Ringel winds up to send the boll soaring into OSU territory. Although OSU pushed the game to five matches, the Beavers were unable to triumph over the Lady Bruins. Photographed by lonolhan Homish, Daily Biuk r riM by Erica Liu Greatness rarely comes uncontested. In fact, most great figures seem almost incomplete without their testimonies of suffering and overcoming. This season presented the women ' s volleyball team with many difficulties, but the team persevered and was able to turn these into opportunities of greatness. The season started with high expectations. They were returning with five core seniors and were ranked third in the nation. But disaster struck in the form of injuries, suspensions and other unavoidable circumstances, forcing the Lady Bruins to trade stability and consistency for a different starting lineup every game. However, the demoralized Bruins did their best with the cards dealt and posted two wins against the normally challenging Arizona schools early on. The team preserved their standing against the Bay Area teams with its 47th consecutive win over Cal and a 1-3 loss to Stanford. Their second loss to Stanford was particularly devastating because they were a hair ' s breadth away from victory. Arguably, the Bruins played their best all season against USC with a Trojan blowout, but were unable to sustain their momentum. At the risk of sounding calloused and unsympathetic, something good did emerge from the misfortune. The Bruins discovered and capitalized on the full extent of the team ' s talent. Sophomore Tammy Jackson more than adequately filled the void left by super setter Krystal McFarland ' s broken ankle. Sophomore Colby Lyman and junior Nancy Barba posted game- high kills to help the Bruins snag integral victories. And amidst the chaos, senior middle blocker Brynn Murphy and senior Ail-American libero Chrissie Zartman emerged as the most consistent players of the team. Zartman captured UCLA ' s record for digs during the 2004 season. Nana Meriwether ' s blocking and Becky Green ' s team-high 32 aces rounded out the Bruin ' s arsenal. " We had a special bond that kept us going strong the whole year. We played for each other, " offered senior All-American McFarland. Going into the NCAA playoffs, the 15-seeded Bruins embarked on a maniacal spree to prove themselves and reclaim their lofty position. They captured a 3-1 victory against LMU and defeated Long Beach to reach the regional semifinals. In the biggest upset of the tournament, the Bruins defeated second ranked Penn State in four games. They ultimately fell to top- seeded Washington, but not before they pushed the hard-fought game to five sets. Although their continued on poge 205... o 3 CD CD cr Q Below: With outstretched orms, middle blockers Noncy Borbo and Brynn Murphy rise to challenge o half-heorted hit from Loyolo Morymount. Energized by o mucous home crowd, the fired up Bruins surged post LMU with o score of 3-1 to advance to the second round of the NCAA playoffs. • ' :, otogwphed by Michael Sun, My Bruin [EDUH on Front Row: Student Manager Eliona Horeczko, Becky Green, Jessica Fine, Chrissie Zartmon, Laura Kroneberger and Student Trainer Laura Newman. Second Row: Equipment Manager Barry Boyd, Brenn Larson, Colby Lyman, Tammy Jackson, Krystal McFarlond, Stocey Dominguez and Athletic Trainer Mike Dillon. Bock Row: Head Coach Andy Banochowski, Volunteer Assistant Kelly Caldwell, Rachell Johnson, Noncy Borbro, Katie Carter, Brynn Murphy, Nono Meriwether, Brittany Ringel, Heather Cullen, Assistant Cooch Kim Jagd ond Assistant Coocli Dove Fleming. Photographed by Scott Quintord, ASUCiA Photography. ..continued from page 203 endurance defied expectations for a 15-seed, they simply ran out of steam after waging their entire campaign at half strength. In the cul , it is the journey that counts. " There were a lot of reasons and incidents that kept us from developing the continuity that you hope for, but they were always willing to try and make it work, they never gave up, " acknowledged Head Coach Andy Banachowski. So even though this journey didn ' t unfold as expected, the Lady Bruins handled the situation with grace and maturity. Above: Sophomore outside hitter Becky Green stretches the extra inch to slam the ball bock into Cardinal territory. Despite the vigorous effort, the women suffered o 3-1 home game loss. Photogtopbed by Mike Winters, Doily Bwm. o 3 o_ (5 cr Q Above: Sophomore middle blocker Nona Meriwether winds up to moke o winning spike against Arizona State University. Away ond home of Pouley, UCLA claimed victory 3-0 against the Sun Devils in October contests. Photogiopbed by Agolo Kosmakka, Doily Biuin. ■$ . They began the season on a mission. After last year ' s disappointing loss in the NCAA Championship match, the UCLA men ' s tennis team wasn ' t about to let the chance for gold slip through their fingers once again. Prospects were high as the Bruins opened their season with seven consecutive shutouts over formidable opponents, such as Azusa Pacific. Led by senior Luben Pampoulov and sophomore Ben Kohlloeffel, the Bruins were able to garner straight- set victories in singles play against Pacific and sweep doubles against BYU — trends that persisted throughout the season. This was the first time since 1987 that the Bruins started a season with more than four consecutive shutouts. The Bruins ' surreal shutout streak culminated against San Diego where the athletes still managed to add to their incredibly long winning streak. Additionally, the Bruins exhibited their resiliency by dominating U$C 5-2 after a loss during the teams ' first meeting. Successive victories over the Washington Huskies and Oregon Ducks crowned the squad as the resounding champion of the Pac-10. " We ' ve had some disappointing losses, but those losses only motivated us to train harder, " elaborated senior Kris Kwinta. " I don ' t think there ' s a single person on the team who doesn ' t think about winning the NCAA title as the ultimate goal, but as the only goal. " Dominated by seasoned veterans, Head Coach Billy Martin ' s enviable roster allowed the Bruins to cope with various setbacks. Headlining the roster was Pampoulov and Kohlloeffel, both Pac-10 first team selections. Pampoulov was the Bruins ' highest ranked player, while Kohlloeffel, as the Bruins ' most consistent player, was named Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year. For doubles play, the partnership of Kwinta and senior Alberto Francis resulted in one of the best duos in the nation. While the roster was impressive, it wasn ' t the Bruins ' remarkable record or nine game winning streak that won the day. When push came to shove, and the NCAA Championship was just within reach, the perserverance and drive of the Bruins won them their first NCAA title in men ' s tennis in 21 years. The drought was finally over for UCLA tennis. Winning takes a certain desire to fight it out to the last point, even after matches have already been decided, and it was this drive that set the Bruins apart from their competition. Lett: Sophomore Beniamin Kohlloeffel stretches his left orm high in the oil to return o high-powered serve. Posting o 367 overoll singles record, Kohlletfel wos nomed Poc-10 Newcomer of the Yeor. Photographed by Pelei Voishovsky, Doily Bruin. Below: With his eyes fixed on the incoming boll, senior Chris Lorn prepares to deliver o forehand stroke. With the Bruins ' dreom of NCM title threatening to stall, Lam clinched the hard-fought match that ultimately sent Cal home ond ttie Bruins on their way to the tournament ' s sweet sixteen. Photographed by Hong Lee, Daily Bwin. 2: CD 3 Front Row: Chris Surapol, Joysen Chung, Jason Nguyen and Jeremy Drean. Second Row: Mothieu Dehoine, Kris Kwinta, Benjamin Kohlloeffel, Luben Pompoulov and Alberto Francis. Third Row: Equipment Manager Eugene Kim, George Chen, Philipp Gruendler, Chris Lam and Chris Conway. Bock Row: Teom Manager Danny Conway, Assistant Coach Joson Shet, Head Coach Billy Martin and Team Manager Gront Chen. Phologiaphed by Scott Quintard, ASUCLA Photography. " 5 |ht: Freshmon Tracy Lin carefully watches her opponent ' s every move and prepares to send the boll firing back. She teomed with senior Sarah Gregg to reach the round of 1 6 in doubles at the Wilson ITA Foil Regionals. Photographed by Peler Vorshavsky, Daily Brum HLl il4tUU Head Coach Stella Sampras Webster entered her ninth season with the Bruins this year. Under her tutelage, the team has racked up two top-10 and five top-5 finishes in the NCAA Championships and 11 players have attained Ail-American status. With an expanse of experience over the past years, Sampras Webster still succeeded in elevating the program to a new level in 2005. Sophomore Daniela Bercek, UCLA ' s undisputed star player, traveled here all the way from Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro. Although she had been one of the top three players in her country since she was eight, once she reached the United States, she was determined to make a name for herself. In Spring 2004, she gained recognition as one of the top players on the team. She was undefeated in the NCAA Tournament, helping the Bruins as they reached finals for the first time since 1991. Her play this season was just as outstanding, as she ended by going undefeated in her last four matches, all of them against top 10 players. With the No. 11 ranking in the nation, Bercek headed to the NCAAs to defend the doubles championship title that she won the past year. This time she took on the competition with a new partner, freshman Riza Zalameda. Seeded number four in doubles play, Sampras Webster had high expectations for the duo that won five out of six of their doubles matches. Ranked tenth in the NCAA Tournament, some doubted that UCLA would even make it past the preliminary rounds, let alone the finals. However, Bercek was confident of the team ' s abilities. " I don ' t feel any pressure, " Bercek said. " Last year, nobody- expected UCLA to get into the finals, so this year there are expectations, but we don ' t think about it. " This confidence seemed to be shared by the rest of the team as well, as they breezed through the first two rounds of NCAA Regionals. They made it look easy as they defeated Illinois State 4-0, and went on to take down Washington a day later with the same score of 4-0. With these two victories under their belt, UCLA impressively improved their record with 10 wins in their last 11 matches. Focused and ready to take on any challenge ahead of them, the Bruins started to chase down the NCAA title. Yet 2005 would not have a happy ending for women ' s tennis. The team struggled and was eliminated during sweet 16 play. With a crop of underclassrmen returning, 2006 should help women ' s tennis meet its goals, bl f 3 CO 3 3 by Ellen Park Over its past three seasons, the men ' s golf team has been successful in developing a fearsome reputation within the Pac-10 conference and on the national level as the team to beat. In previous years, Head Coach O.D. Vincent enjoyed the luxury of a stealthy arsenal comprised of nationally recognized seniors and a small pool of gifted underclassmen. This year marked a rebuilding year for the team, as four Ail-American seniors departed, leaving a roster brimming with young, yet promising talent. Criticisms and clouded outlooks about the team ' s collective immaturity dominated the pages of the season outlook literature. As a new year dawned upon the untested squad of nine, the Bruins enjoyed a home-field advantage, playing host to the season-opening Gold Rush Tournament. The tournament quieted questions rooted in the team ' s inexperience as it overcame a duel on the green with rival Stanford. Sophomore Peter Campbell came out bearing the individual crown, his final round score a low 68 (-4). While the successes of early tournament wins could prove to be detrimental to any other maturing team, the golfers ensured their humility by enduring two workouts a day. A typical schedule included a three-hour morning regimen of long drives and putting practices, a regular academic schedule and intense physical conditioning at night. Despite the exhaustion of a demanding schedule, freshman Craig Leslie agreed that these efforts " helped to build the individual athletes ' mental and physical stamina. " The discipline exhibited by each athlete aided the team in consistently placing in the top ten at tournaments throughout the season, with a 4th place Pac-10 finish ending the regular season. Particularly noteworthy was the play of the highly recruited freshman Daniel Im. Im commented, " Golfing is tough to play on a team; however, we were able to learn from each other and, additionally, represent the school and other teammates. " After establishing his presence at the Prestige Tournament mid-season, Im culminated his first year with a first- place finish at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Championship, validating the promising future that will grace UCLA men ' s golf for the next few years to come. Above: With sheer determination and concentration blazing in bis eyes, freshman Daniel Im hopes to sink another hole. Only o rookie, Im established himself as a mature leader on a roster boasting some of the best golfers in the nation. Photographed by Scon Quintaid, ASIKIA Photogiophy. f iM i it Front Row: Doniel Im, Mott Marshall, Kevin Choppell ond Craig Leslie. Second Row: Golf Operations Director Amondo Cormichael, Head Coach O.D. Vincent and Assistant Coach Tony Kewalramani. Back Row: Joakim Renstrom, Brandon Christianson, John Poucher, Peter Campbell ond Chris Heintz. Photographed by Scott Quintard, ASUCLA Photography. 5 o o o Above: Freshman Croig Leslie gracefully holds his form as he wills the ball with intent eyes to grant him a win. Leslie was one of five freshmen on the youthful golf teom. Photographed by Scott Quintard, ASUCLA Photography. Right: Under the blazing sun of the Legends Club green, junior Susie Mathews maintains the composed demeanor of a seasoned golfer as the ball meanders slowly towards the hole. At the Mason Rudolph Championships, Mathews led the Lady Bruins to o second place finish. Photographed by Scott Quintaid, ASUCIA Photography. Below: Peering into the sun, sophomore Hannah Jun concentrates on the trajectory of her boll with both anticipation ond nervousness. As a returning Ail-American, Jun was vitol in the Bruins ' efforts to defend their NCAA Championship. Photographed by Scott Quintaid, ASUCIA Photography. fW Front Row: Melissa Martin, Brionno Loyeor, Amie Cochran and Vanesso Brocket! Back Row: Hannah Jun, Golf Operations Director Amando Carmichael, Heod Cooch Carrie Forsyth, Assistant Cooch Tony Kewolramoni, Susie Mathews and Charlotte Moyorkas. Photographed by Scott Quintaid, ASUCIA Photography. WUWltii b uULr Perhaps the only thing harder than winning a national championship title is defending it. After last year ' s magical season, the Lady Bruins were ready to continue their dominance, heavily armed with golf clubs and a winning attitude. By tournament time, the team had the Pac-10 and Regional titles under its belt to provide confidence for the NCAA tournament. The Bruins garnered their first victory of the season at the Kent Youel Invitational, where they blew away the competition with a score of 859 (-5), prevailing by a resounding 19 shots. Amie Cochran, Mathews and Mayorkas captured the top three medals for the particular tournament. Coming off a sluggish fall season - by high-arching UCLA standards - the Lady Bruins perfected their stroke by clinching two vital victories early in the spring season at the Wildcat Tournament and the San Jose State Invitational. At the Wildcat tourney, which UCLA has not won in twelve years, the team edged-out host Arizona by one shot, as Mayorkas placed second individually. At the SJSU Invitational, the Lady Bruins were led by Mathews, who placed third. The team continued its winning streak by tying for first with the Sun Devils at the PING ASU Invitational. Granted, the women ' s golf team was smaller than most athletic teams; yet the athletes still managed to maintain a dominant presence due to their solid talent and strength. " One thing our team had was dedication, " Head Coach Carrie Forsyth vouched. " The girls were truly committed to being great golfers... the majority of our roster dreams of becoming stars on the LPGA tour and their work ethic is the result of such aspirations. " On such an accomplished team, Mayorkas emerged as a true leader and was poised to surpass Kay Cockerill ' s UCLA record of six career victories. Mathews also garnered her fair share of tourney wins while Cochran established herself as a force to be reckoned with, while just completing one year of play. The Lady Bruins were held to high expectations which kept them busy all season. With ample titles to defend and records to break, in true Bruin spirit, the team did not disappoint. As the grass clumps flew and dimpled white balls soared, this past season indicated that the team was just getting warmed up. ' This team was amazing. . .the amount of talent that was here was unheard of, " Mayorkas confirmed. " And I think that this is just the beginning of a Bruin golf dynasty. " bl 3 O o hiulMulI by Jaya Gupta The men ' s track and field team was still a work-in-progress by midseason according to the standards of freshman sprinter Kevin Ahlstrom and freshman hurdler Jason Eiker-Wiles. The Bruins plummeted in the collegiate rankings, falling from a respectable No. 11 in late February to No. 22 in May. Despite the return of five Ail-Americans from the previous season, the addition of a 2004 Olympian and an arsenal of strong freshmen, the collegiate sports pundits just could not make up their minds as where to place the men ' s team within the mix of elite NCAA track and field programs. The Bruins, however, knew just what they had to do in order to garner expected victories. Ahlstrom ' s midseason reflection upon the team ' s status revealed much hope for success. " It ' s been going pretty well. Not everyone had achieved their goals thus far, but we have the Pac- 10 Championships coming up so there ' s much to be expected, " Ahlstrom said. Indeed, students and coaches alike were expecting the 52 sprinters, pole vaulters, distance runners, hurdlers, jumpers and throwers to continue last year ' s success as Pac-10 Champions. With athletes such as Ail-American Rankin, who led the Bruins t o a victory over U$C on April 30th, and fifth year pole vaulter Yoo Kim, an Olympian and two-time All-American, the men ' s team touted a number of high-caliber athletes. The impressive leadership of the track team led the Bruins to a second-half resurrection as the squad ignored its rankings and continued to forge ahead on to the Pac-10 continued on page 216... Above: Senioi Denye Versher gets o funning start as he receives the baton during the 400 meter relay race. The Bruin squad, composed of Versher, senior Mario Bassani, junior Craig Everhart and sophomore Brandon Johnson, placed fourth out of nine at the Poc-1 Championships. Photographed by Jonathan Hamish, Daily Bruin. ' We have a chance if everyone reaches their potential. Especially with the emergence of senior distance runner Jon Rankin, we definitely have a great shot. " Jason Eiker-Wiles Freshman Hurdler Left: Senior distance runner Jon Rankin races to a win in the 1 500 meter race at the Pac- 10 Championships at Drake Stadium. More impressively, Rankin broke the four-minute mile with a time of 3:57.89 at the Rafer Johnson Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invitational, becoming only the third Bruin to have ever done so. Photographed by Peter Vaishovsky, Daily Brum. 5 CD Q o Q 3 Cl. cp_ u ...continued from page 214 Championships. On the opening day of the contest, Yoo Kim swept the pole vaulting competition with his best jump of the season. On the final day, Rankin displayed his distance prowess as he easily took helm of the 1500m race. Hurdler Brandon Johnson won his speciality, the 400m, as the Bruins rounded out the competition with a second-place finish overall. Glimmers of greatness emerged as athletes shaved seconds off their personal bests, set new records and edged out tough competition. The team responded to a second wind, as promising results set the stage for high expectations, potentially bringing the NCAA Championship back to Westwood. bl Above: Senior pole vaulter Yoo Kim firmly plonts his pole os he prepares to moke his leop. Kim competed for his home country with the South Korean team in the 2004 Athens Olympics. Photographed by loyce Un, daily Bruin. Above: Oblivious to the other runners, freshman distance runner Kyle Shockleton concentrates on the finish line, willing his fatigued body to conquer the lost stretch. Also competing in cross country and indoor track, distance runners like Shockleton were kept on a rigorous competition schedule year round. Photographed by Michael Sun, Doily Bruin. t 9i « is t I ' t i« it it? ?,,! ' • .%t ' ■t e .f f st e to $ ty 9 1 9 i t ■■} si« . Jy Front Row: Drew Shacklefon, Kyle Shockleton, Chris Dunbar, Matt Stollenwerk, Jon Ronkin, Craig Everhart, Jeff Jacobs, Toimur Khan, James Rhoades, Chadwick Dunn and Mike Haddan. Second Row: Coach Anthony Curran, David Shipp, Micky Cobtin, Mart Willis, Corey Matthews, Ben Arogon, Austin Ramos, Brandon Johnson, Jason Eiker-Wiles, Demerre Howard, Phillip Harr, Jonothan Williams, Matt Bruno and Zock Spire, third Row: Coach Eric Peterson, Jason Yang, Zock Miller, Dove Murphy, Nick De Felice, Erik Emilsson, Mattel Munguio, Morio Bossoni, Dustin DeLeo, Ely Dial, Joson Rider, John Caulfield, Joke Knight, Boldiszor Kocsor, Andrew Ninow, Mike Elbogen, Coach Tony Veney and Head Coach Art Venegas. Bock Row: Cooch Robert Johnson, David Shortenhaus, Mike londers, Chris Merriweather, Michael Johnson, Jr., Joel Tuosto, Anthony Golston, Kevin Ahlstrom, Yoo Kim, Josh Rider, Greg Garza, Voche Sevojion, Jeremy Silverman, Mott Reuter, Dominique Easterling, Chauncee Smith, Denye Versher and Casey Thorn. Photographed by Scott Qumtard, ASUCIA Photography. V eat Above: Motionlessly anticipating the starting shot, distance runners junior Nick De Felice, senior Jon Ronkin and freshmon Drew Shockleton direct their unwavering focus on the long stretch of track immediately in front of them. A veteran distance runner and teom leoder, Rankin wos cruciol in the squod ' s narrow victory over cross-town rival, USC. Photographed by Joyce Lia, Doily Bruin. 2: a 3 Q n a 3 Q- i i T On a typically sweltering afternoon in June, the Lady Bruins battled the fierce competition of the nation ' s elite track and field squads at the NCAA Women ' s Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Nearing the home stretch of an arduous season, the defense of the national crown turned out to be the final test for the team before the end of the 2004-05 season. The Bruin squad came into the championships ranked second in the nation with an arsenal of major talent on hand, namely senior 200- and 400-meter sprinter Monique Henderson, a gold medalist at the 2004 Olympics. However, qualifications for event competition proved to be a daunting preliminary hurdle for the Bruins, as only eight competitors qualified to participate in the meet, in comparison to last season ' s fifteen. The 2004-05 contingent was the smallest UCLA sent to the championships in nearly a decade. In spite of the early obstacles, Coach Jeanette Bolden maintained a positive outlook by saying, " I ' ve told them all along, ' Don ' t look at the quantity of athletes we ' re sending. Look at the quality. Even though we don ' t have as many athletes as last year, we ' re sending more No. Is than we ever have before. " Indeed, the Bruin contingent showed promise through its high-caliber athletes, namely Henderson, shot-putter Jessica Cosby, long-jumper Candice Baucham and pole-vaulter Chelsea Johnson. This group catapulted the squad into NCAA title contention. The season was a difficult one for the Bruins. To qualify for a shot at the collegiate championship, the stellar athletes were forced to carry high hopes on their shoulders at Oregon ' s Hay ward Field. Despite weather problems, and Cosby ' s debilitating respiratory ailments, the squad successfully endured the continued on page 220... Right: Sophomore Nastassjo Holl worms up for her javelin throw. The javelin wos one of seven events making up the heptarholon competition. Photographed by Peter Vorshovsky, Doily Bruin. " Look at the quality. Even though we don ' t have as many athletes as last year, we ' re sending more No. Is than we ever have before. " Jeonette Bolden Head Coach o 3 CD Q n 75 " Q 3 Q- 9_ CL. Left: Senior Monique Henderson ' s competition is nowhere to be found os she sprints toword the finish line. Henderson won the individual NCM title in the 400 meter event. Photogmphed by Michael Sun, Daily Mm. u " 33 ...continued fiompoge 21 8 various events of the meet, procuring an impressive eight bids. However, this number was considered below optimal for national-title contention. In response Coach Bolden offered, " You always have mixed emotions after a meet like this. We had people who should make it, and they did. But you also feel for the athletes who are trying to get to that position. " Luckily, high prospects for next season offer fans more successes in the years to come. The Bruin contingent at the NCAA Women ' s Outdoor Track and Field Championships was a high- powered, high-caliber, potent group of young ladies with the same goal of showcasing the greatness of the UCLA track and tield program. Henderson and Baucham ' s record-breaking individual titles alleviated the sting of a respectable runner-up position for the team. As the athletes returned to Los Angeles with an honorable second-place finish, they set the stage for an optimistic championship run the following season, b Right: Junior Ashley Caldwell leods the pock ot the half-way mark of the 800- meter race. Caldwell could not defend het Poc-10 title in the event due to on injury. Photographed by Peter Vorshovsky Daily Bruin. _ Below: Freshmon Allison Miller gracefully contorts her body in on effort to soil over the high jump bar. The event required expert technique to odd the few inches thot seporoted first ploce from lost. Photographed by Mike Winters, Doily Bruin. M ft n jL iflff ■■.Ini A ' ft P , , r i7Tf i j ni ft A u h A f » Front Row: Alejandro Borrientos, Soroh West, Courtney Marsh, Lori Monn, Monique Henderson, Dawn Harper, MacKenzie Hill, Anne Adorns, Ingrid Kontola, Nicci Faires, Jessico White ond Jacqueline Nguyen. Second Row: Shannon Lewis, Nina Turner, Dionno Gooden, Renee Williams, Notelie White, Condice Boucham, Kyoko Guillory, Ashley Allen, Valerie Flores, Leslie Borrie, Moribeth Buche, Talita Wells, Brittany Ferguson, Kathleen Moloney, Elizabeth Woepse ond Jocquelyn Mondy. Third Row: Olgo Aulet-Leon, Kimberly Spino, Claire Rethmeier, Liso Rychel, Jolonda Diego, Roquel Borrientos, Allison Hall, Comen Winant, Jenna Timinsky, Alison Costello, Ashley Caldwell, Chelsea Johnson, Allison Miller, Meghan Jomerson, Brionno Reynolds ond Cooch Robert Johnson. Bock Row: Cooch Eric Peterson, Dona Bethel, Nostossja Hall, Alice Bohonnon, Emily Hoigh, Caroline Sommers, Jenny Esser, Monika Rothenburger, Danielle Smith, Head Cooch Jeonette Bolden, Julio Pitts, Doshanta Harris, Komoiyo Warren, Georgeo Richards, Lara Saye, Jessico Cosby, Cossie Maino ond Cooch Anthony Curron. Photographed by Scott Quintard, ASUCLA Photography. o 3 (D 3 a n a 3 Q- Q- SlMDe When the women ' s rowing team gets up to practice, the sun hasn ' t risen yet. The morning papers have not yet been delivered and Starbucks won ' t open for another hour and a half. This dedicated squad unfailingly gets up each morning, six days a week, at 5:30 am. Many people would call getting up earlier than 7 am crazy; however, to the members of the crew team, such as second year port Brittany Merchant, it ' s just part of her everyday routine. Merchant, with only two years experience, still managed to race in the second varsity eight despite the fierce competition. " It can be really taxing trying to juggle school, rowing, a job, and a social life. . . we tear our bodies apart in order to compete, but then sometimes there are moments when everyone in the boat is moving together and it ' s amazing, the team aspect of this sport is incredible. " Led by a three-time Olympian and silver medalist, Head Coach Amy Fuller Kearney, the team was well on its way to rivaling the best of the surrounding universities. Assistant Coach Bill Zack had faith in their improvement as the rowers " were essentially trained with the same techniques and physiology as the national team and the Olympic team. " Granted NCAA status only four years ago, the program made major strides, last year finishing seventh overall in the Pac-10. With an astounding 16 members returning to row varsity and 23 novices, the team had nowhere to go but up as it showed improvement all around, cutting times in each race it was faced with. In their first regatta of the season, versus Loyola Marymount and UC Irvine, the Bruins easily captured the Karen Hock-Hjelm Cup for the third consecutive year. UCLA gritted its teeth and pulled harder than ever as it swept both teams to win in the second varsity eight, the varsity four, the novice eight and the open eight. Unfortunately, not all races were to be that easy of a feat. No. 14 U$C proved to be difficult competition as UCLA went home with second place honors. The races were amazingly close, as UCLA ' s second varsity eight tied U$C and the varsity eight lost by a mere 2.6 seconds, a major improvement when compared to last year ' s ten. Even with the loss, Kearney had faith in the team ' s ability and looked toward the Pac-10 Championships with the insight of the team having, " improved dramatically every season. We will not stop until we are nationally ranked and competing for the top spot annually. " bl Above: The aew teom rows in synchronized perfection os they compete ot the waters of beautiful Marina Del Roy. Long practices day and night ensured that every movement was almost second nature. Photogroh Courtesy of Kristin Beck, UCLA Sports Information. . W r - w m. m •mmmmmmmmA Front Row: Alexandra Bonis, Francesco Chang, Emina Ong, Kirsten Potenzo, Megan McQuown and Kirsten Triemstra. Second Row: Sarah Lombardo, Stacy Yudin, Nicole Lundholm, Leah Wochtel, Jessica Meredith, Erin Rice and Emily Gibson. Third Row: Bailey Blosser, Christina Fan, Melanie Salter, Jessica Fritz, Liz Pallas-Jacobs, Joclyn Roewe, Jessica Rogers and Kristin Bixel. Fourth Row: Moida Habibovic, Shadio Ghoneim, Erin Haggerty, Lauren Hamann, Elizabeth Felter, Alexis Kalionzes, Clara Cartwright, Heather Whitney and Andrea Wesolowshi. Fifth Row: Assistant Coach Ashley Peterson, Mottison Posion, Lauren Paschen, Elizabeth Herron, Monica Grova, Kelsey Hicks, Heather Montelerone, Kathryn Guerrero, Amanda Van Goethen, Amanda Luke and Assistant Coach Guillermo Lemus. Bock Row: Assistant Coach Bill Zack, Jackie Langlois, Sarah Miller, Audrey Kuo, Kotherine Voughan, Annie Danielson, Kathryn Green, Kirsten Moore, Brittany Merchant, Anna Lindel, Elizabeth Lee, Jessica Holt, Patricia Oudziec, Erika Roby and Head Cooch Amy Fuller Kearney. Photographed by Scott Quintard, ASUCLA Photography. ESEl l 73 O 3 CO Above: Elizabeth Lee, Jessica Rogers and Monica Grova concentrate and push through their exhaustion in order to keep a steady rhythm. Gliding through the woter, rowing often looked easier than in reality. Photograph Courtesy ol Kristin Beck, Sports information. u 1 " We ' re still a young team... It ' s just a matter of going out there and playing harder to get back on the right track. " Hector Ambriz Sophomore Pitcher Right: Junior infielder Nolan Rouse stands poised ot the plote, ready to pummel the next pitch thrown his way. As hitting percentage wasn ' t necessarily o strong point this season, the team resorted to strong defensive ploy to pull out victories throughout the season. holographed by hyloi London, Doily Bruin. ■ frinqirj by Ellen Park This season was one of new beginnings and transitions, including new leadership in the form of Head Coach John Savage and an almost completely new starting lineup. Despite these obstacles, the baseball team maintained its positive attitude and converted the stacked odds into opportunities for improvement. The Bruins initially blew away skeptics when they dominated 7-4 in their season-opening game against Cal Poly and went two for three against Fresno State with only 3 returning starters. Against Riverside, the Bruin squad thoroughly demolished the Highlanders for a 17-0 shutout. This was the Bruins ' most inbalanced shutout since 1983. By pulling off a come from behind upset against Northridge for a 5-4 win, the Bruins set an impressive foundation for the remainder of the season. Sophomore Hector Ambriz pitched a complete game shutout for a 9-0 win over Pacific; however, Ambritz ' inability to completely sweep the series foretold of more challenges to come. After their initial runaway success, the Bruins fell into a slump, aggravated by losses to Oklahoma and Cal State Fullerton. Although junior Brett McMillan ' s grand slam in the first inning gave the Bruins a commanding lead against Texas A M, the Bruins were unable to sustain the momentum. The Bruins embarked on a seemingly endless 17-game losing streak, with each game exposing the lack of experience of the majority of the team ' s lineup. The Bruins were finally able to recollect themselves as they barely topped the Gauchos of UCSB 9-8. Following more disheartening losses to both Arizona and Arizona State, the Bruins were able to trounce UCI 3-1 with superior pitching and defense. Against Cal, senior pitcher Bryan Beck provided one of the few highlights of the latter part of the season, as he tied his career high of seven strike-outs. However, the Bruins ended this feat on a sour note by managing to snag only one win in the series. Within a team teeming with immaturity, the few experienced Bruins stepped up to guide the squad by maintaining its sense of infallible optimism. " We ' re still a young team, " acknowledged Ambriz, " It ' s just a matter of going out there and playing harder to get back on the right track. " In the midst of struggles and frustrations, Ambriz emerged as the Bruins ' top pitcher and a pillar of consistency. With 20 runs and five homeruns, junior first baseman Brett McMillan also was a solid presence for the wavering Bruins. Sophomore outfielder Will Penniall contributed with team-high hits and steals, while fellow sophomore Brant Rustich pitched several key matches, continued on page 227... CO Q fl O " Q Below: Sophomore outfielder Will Pennioll dives into second under the tag of the University of Pacific shoctshop. Penniall led the team in hits and steals, and was one of the primary reasons for the team ' s resilience this spring. Photographed by Peter Varshovsky Daily Bruin. " S3 Front Row: Bront Rustich, Michael Metzget, Sam Roy, Kevin Conlin, Sean Smith, Adorn Simon, Tommy Lonsdon, Jonathan Medici, Kevin Brophy and Will Pennioll. Second Row: Parker Honks, Jarrad Poge, Kris Kosorjion, Chris Jensen, Aoton Motkel, Hector Ambriz, Nolan Rouse, Matt Shorp, Chris Oenove, Don Miltenberget, Leandro Oottario, Paul Oseguera and Sean Carpenter. Third Row: Anthony Normon, Josh Roenicke, Garrett White, Scott Bottermon, Bront Rustich, Jason Zinser, Bryon Beck, Brett McMillan, Brendan Lafferty, Daniel Reid, Brian Schroedet and Eric Taylor. Back Row: Student Athletic Trainer Melissa Cox, Team Manoger Kyle Waldie, Equipment Manager Barry Boyd, Staff Athletic Trainer Mark Schoen, Assistant Cooch Pot Shine, Heod Coach John Savage, Assistant Cooch Matt Jones, Assistant Coach Brian Green, Team Manager Alex Kocol, Student Athletic Trainer Christina Soad and Student Athletic Trainer Christine Soohoo. Photogmphed by Scott Quintard, ASUCLA Photography. ...continued from poge 225 including an upset over Cal State Northridge. Throughout the chaotic ups and downs of the season, the one constant that buoyed the Bruins back from the depths of despair was their unfailing optimism. Even though their efforts didn ' t always translate into wins, they didn ' t go unnoticed. " It has been a tough season, " admitted Savage, " But the team worked extremely hard through difficult times and we ' re looking to the future. " bl B8 ' Q a Q Above: Sophomore pitcher Brant Rustich hurls o loser post o Col Poly opponent. Rustich helped the Bruin couse by posting the second lowest number of hits by a starting pitcher on the teom. Photographed by Jaylot London, Oaily Brum. Above: Junior outfielder Jonod Poge rounds the hoses to odd onother run to the Bruin totol. Poge showed his outstanding athleticism by competing on both the football and baseboll teams this year ond wos considered o prime prospect in the MLB draft. Photographed by Pete: Vorshovsky, Doily Bruin. by Erica Liu u Fresh off back-to-back championship seasons, the thought of a three-peat constantly lurked in the back of the minds of all UCLA Softball pundits. A smooth path to the championship was not the strategy of the 2005 squad, however. The UCLA Softball team took on the season one game at a time, and the patience paid off. Most teams are apologetic about their first games, offering explanations such as the need to adjust, lack of an adequate warm up period, or the addition of new players. However, the Lady Bruins went into their season opener against UC Santa Barbara with no apologies and quickly proceeded to overpower the Gauchos 14-2. Their first real test of the season came from Georgia, but even the Bulldogs were no match against freshman pitcher Anjelica Seidell ' s complete game shutouts in two of the three games. Against the Texas Longhorns, the Lady Bruins faltered and ultimately dropped the match 3-0. In the Bingham Toyota Bulldog Classic, the Lady Bruins won five of their six games, with Selden pitching consecutive no-hitters over St. John ' s and Fresno State. Freshman utility Krista Colburn manned the mound for her first collegiate game against Iowa State and didn ' t disappoint, throwing a four-hit, nine-strikeout shutout. In their Pac-10 opener, the Bruins dropped three games in Oregon, but came back with a 2-1 win over the Cal Bears. Sophomores shortstop Jodie Legaspi and outfielder Tara Henry provided a critical defense, while Legaspi also brought the offense. " Our record shows that we ' re a streaky team, but I don ' t think we are, " reasoned junior second baseman Caitlin Benyi. " One or two bounces the other way and we ' re right back into it. " With the urgency intensifying, the Bruin Softball team that advanced into postseason exhibited none of the on-off inconsistencies that had marred its regular season. The women opened the tournament with a 6-1 victory over LMU and posted two victories over Cal State Fullerton and UNLV to move on to the Super Regionals, with Selden striking out 46 hitters. Hosting the Super Regionals, the Lady Bruins dropped one game to Georgia, but redeemed themselves to advance to the college world series. " This team experienced such humility with our challenges early in the season, but I ' m impressed with their resiliency and vigor, " praised Head Coach Sue Enquist. " We went into post season with a wealth of experience. " That experience was not limited to veterans, as the NCAA Tournament revealed. Instead of missing their departed seniors, the Bruins again put their faith in Selden, who had yet to continued on page 230... fim " Our records show that we ' re a streaky team, but I don ' t think we are. One or two bounces the other way and we ' re right back into it. " Coitlin Benyi Junior Second Baseman o cr Q Left Poised ond reody, junior third bosemon Andrea Duran prepares to swing before a boisterous crowd in UCLA ' s newly refurnished Easton Stadium. In the tournament-deciding gome of the Women ' s Collge World Series, Duran went 2-for-3, but was unable to lead the Bruins to victory. Phologmphed by Petei Voishovsky, Daily Bmin. " S3 ...continued from poge 228 dissapoint. The rookie delivered in record fashion, finishing the series with two shutouts and the season with a total of 485 strikeouts, the most by any softhall player in UCLA history. While Selden ' s efforts managed to help the Bruins topple Cal, Tennessee and Texas, the Michigan Wolverines possed a bigger challenge to the overworked Bruins in the final series of the Women ' s College World Series. After two games, each squad had managed one win. The third game came down to extra innings, and in the end, the Wolverine howl of victory stung Bruin ears. The final score of 4-1 did not reflect the strong efforts of the Bruins, and sent the squad home without the pursued third NCAA title. Though Softball had its hopes dashed in the end, even making it to the championship game was a reward for a team plagued with struggles early on. A three-peat will just have to wait three more years, bl Above: Sophomore utility Lisa Dodd prepares to return Hie ball to Hie plate for an out. Neither the Bruins nor their Texas opponent was able to score, resulting in a tie-breaker loss of 1-0. Photographed by Peter Vorshovsky. Doily Bruin. Above: Eyeing her teommate at the plate, freshman utility Krista Colburn prepares to make a dash for it. Facing Texas in the Women ' s College World Series, the Bruins avenged on earlier loss to the Longhoms with a 3-0 shutout. Photogiophed by Peter Vorshovsky, Doily Bruin. Front Row: Tora Henry, Liso Dodd, Andrea Duron, Jodie Legaspi, Danielle Peterson and Kristin Dedmon. Second Row: Shona Stewart, Anjelico Selden, Jaiso Creps, Kristo Colburn, Jen Schroeder, Michelle Turner and Emily Zaplotosch. Bock Row: Coitlin Benyi, Ashley Herrero, Assitcnt Coach Kelly Inouye-Perez, Head Coach Sue Enquist, Assistant Coach Gina Vecchione, Nicole Sondberg, Alissa Eno and Whitney Holum. Photographed by Salt Quinlord, ASUCIA Photography. o Q Above: Freshman pitcher Anjelico Selden winds up to deliver another devostoring pitch from the mound. An invaluable part of the squod, Selden ' s record breoking 485 strikeouts were good enough for second place on the Poc-1 0 ' s oil-time list of single-season records. Photographed by Peter Varshovsky, Doily Brum. - by Stefan ie Wong Often thought of as a " pseudo sport " by the ignorant masses, cheerleadingis hardly given the credit it deserves. Intense workouts, meticulous practices and high-impact games made participating on the Bruin Cheer Squad a year-long commitment. Cheerleaders displayed their strong athleticism, crucial for high- flying aerobatics that repeatedly wowed spectators. Many like second year psychobiology student Heidi Stohlman lived and breathed gymnastics since they were little. The flips and handsprings that were performed on the field came as second nature to members of the Squad, who made even the most difficult skills look easy. Jon Hua, a second year international economics student remarked, " Cheer is a big part of school tradition; we make sure that through good times and bad, fans have ample reason to be positive. " With their spirited stunts, the squad did just that, never failing to incite the crowd. The Dance Team only added fuel to the fire. Navid Moradshahi, a second year Biology student explained, " If there is one group of individuals on the sidelines that get more looks than the UCLA football team, it would have to be the Dance Team. " Members were chosen through intensive auditions, and many competed for only nine spots. Candidates were judged by their ability to perform triple turns, switch leaps and leg holds. It only got harder from there. Because it was expected to memorize over 50 routines to music from the UCLA band, along with recorded music for basketball half-time performances and competitions, the team logged countless hours practicing. Intense practices twice a day, five days a week may have kept them frantically busy, but the work paid off on the field. Both teams worked tirelessly to uphold Bruin spirit and pride, giving fans everything they could have ever asked for. bl n ' ■ " ■ " wl 1% -1 t % ' ■ i t L rv A $i IP JBI " 3 MWS H ftfi 431 BW jJXv ;ifj|l fl| ; . l l - » I H Ib I ' ■ ■ ■ ■i.. - :- -•■;. ' " ?MO Front Row: Kristen Mondino, Teelo Horn ' s, Coptoin Brittony Corbin, Amy Hughes ond Eileen Bongooil. Second Row: Ember DeStefoni, Catherine Brewer, Milly Shome ond Heidi Stohlman. Bock Row: Brondom Simpouco, Joke Ceccorelli, Joson Tsoi, Scott Nosh, Coptoin Vince Ho, Jon Huo, John Oougloss, Nothon Brown ond John Sontos. Photograph Courtesy of Michael Kockkr, UCLA Spirit Squad. ■W Front Row: Aliso Rubbone, Christy Oelp, Julie Lonier ond Jamie Nomura. Bock Row: Whitney Kirk, Kyna Richords, Coptoin Nicole Cohen, Chelsey Rice ond Brefte Markowitz. Photograph Courtesy of Michael Rockier, UCLA Spirit Squad. Left: The Cheer Squad is all smiles as they represent UCLA and the United States in the Beijing Cultural Festival Parade in China. Gravity-defying stunts such as these were perfected to shore with Bruins and foreigners alike. Pliotograph Courtesy of Brian Chan, UCLA Yell Crew. Above: Dante Teom members Julie Lanier and Christy Delp wove their pompoms in the oir, mid-routine. The Dante Team frequently performed their routines for over 50,000 people at the Rose Bowl. RfrolDgrap i Courtesy ol Brian Chan, UCIA Yell Crew. Left: Most consider it a privilege just to see John Wooden walking down the street, but to spend o day with him is on honor. This event wos just one of many where the squad teamed up with the Moscots and Yell Crew to become the foce ofUCLA. fev:. tern Chan, UCIA Yell Crew. O Q 3 n (T 5? Q 3 O 3 " D ct -1 C 1 -Q c Q Brian Chan ond Andrew Green demonstrate their intense energy levels at Cal ' s Greek Theater before the gome ogoinst the Beors. Being o member of Yell Crew required energy, creativity and a crazy sense of humor. Photograph Courtesy of Brian Chan, UCIA Yell Crew. u " 5 llliono Phirippidis, Ukuoho Oguruoodusm, Captain JT Tiongco, Irana Gomez, Julie Lazor and Yvette Frago. Photograph Courtesy of Michael Kockler, UCIA Spirit Squad. A frenzied assortment of hands fly up in the air as a crowd yells " U-C-L-A... fight, fight, fight! " Having experienced the pandemonium of Bruin athletics, you would likely recognize this cheer as none other than the infamous 8-clap. This tradition has never failed to excite fans, and who better to lead it than students themselves? This past year, Yell Crew and our mascots Joe and Josephine Bruin teamed up to make the games even crazier than usual. Third year communication studies student Andrew Green returned to the squad for another year, attributing his motivation to " the part in every one of us that wants to act moronically zany for each touchdown we score and basket we make. " The deceivingly small squad of four seemed to take that opinion to heart this year, as their crazy antics on the field captured the attention and hearts of fans each and every week. Because of their presence, each touchdown was that much more exciting, and even the most discouraging games seemed to fly by. Mascots and their playful dances gave the fans ample entertainment. Aside from taunting other mascots and cheering on the team, they also made celebrated appearances at Parent ' s Weekend, Alumni events and Dance Marathon - to name a few. In short, they were, " the Face of UCLA, " explained fourth year sociology student Jonathan Tiongco. But being a mascot wasn ' t always cool. Wearing a heavy Bruin suit during a long game in the scorching sun was sweaty work indeed. Was it all worth it in the end? Tiongco expressed feelings presumably shared by all those who had played the part of Joe and Josephine Bruin when he said, " I will never forget the thousands of screaming fans and pictures taken, the television tapings, the smiling kids and the places we traveled... it was an experience I will cherish forever. " n o n -i Below: Drum major Greg Bowser conducts the " Solid Gold Sound " of the UCLA moiching bond during one of mony holftime exhibitions. Bowser wos one of the three drum majors that lead the nearly 250- member group of spirited musicians. Photograph Courtesy ol UCLA Moiching Bond. Mornings on the IM field were followed by afternoon drumming sessions in front of Pauley Pavilion as the Band practiced tirelessly for its nationally televised Rose Bowl performance. With Gordon Henderson as director, UCLA ' s band consisted of nearly 250 members. Greg Bowser, Reesa Jones and Daniel Thomson served the prestigious roles of drum major. Being part of this illustrious group was no easy feat. Musicians went through an intense audition process in the summer, culminating in a difficult selection process. Those accepted spent two weeks prior to school starting at the proverbial band camp. Fall quarter involved two hour practices three times a week. During this time, band members learned new songs and memorized long routines. Their dedication was all the more apparent in their sacrifice of nearly every Saturday during the early part of the year. Referred to as the " Solid Gold Sound " of the Marching Band, these crowd-pleasers never ceased to raise Bruin morale during a game. Be it the fight song, the " Eight Clap, " " The Mightv Bruins, " or " Sons of Westwood, " the band encouraged the audience to participate through its musical displays. They also choreographed intricate routines, such as marching to the formation of the Olympic rings and spelling out " UCLA. " Taking part in band gave musically inclined students an impetus continued on page 239... Leah Overton, David Nichols, Jose Torices, Kelly Flickinger, Taylor Enema, Dan Smith, Jomes Charrette, Derek Koning and Paul Tinhpheng. Photogroph Courtesy ol UCLA Marching Bond. Nicole Morquez, Keith Wong, Peter Aoun, Jumy Chan, Ashley Bonner-Lyon, Halley Brown, Jennifer Sim, Emily Wong and Michoel Brown. Photogroph Courtesy ol UCLA Moiching Bond. Front Row: Marina Marquez, Elizabeth Stephenson, Megan Mugerditchion, Som Dores, Christian Diaz, Matt Mueller, Tim Almozan and Stephanie Tashiro. Bock Row: Joel Brothers, Seon Ennis, Dustin Dodds, Jason Mefford, Hilary Strong, Jon Lumpkin, Sean Davis, Patrick Green and Sean Copelond. Phologioph Courtesy of UCLA Matching Bond. Front Row: Noomi Breckon, Michelle Lee, Michelle Corns, Jennifer Vondran, Thomas Gamboo, Lauren Sanchez, Laura Seidmon and Christine Stoudt. Second Row: Philip Catbogon, Scott Sio, Keye Chen, Esther Lee, Avitol Ungar, Ellen Ho and David Levy. Back Row: Justin Jones, Jon Voufilo, Cecil Barnes, James Llamas, Brock Christian, Michael Miller, Adam Trott and Doniel Traponi. Phologioph Courtesy ol UCLA Matching Band. Front Row: Michelle Lee, Pom Felix, Daniel Ponetto, Diana Brugmon, Chris Tanja and Jeanalee Obergfell. Back Row: Jason Hyde, Cody Drabble, Justin Harvey, Evan Porzych, Bobby Leung, Desmond Stevens and Art Kerdmanee. Photogtoph Courtesy of UCLA Matching Band. Front Row: Ana Hemadez, Alina Spotoriu, Hannah Won ond Alison Teruyo. Back Row: Emily Bice, Cynthia Lomeli, Meg Millett, Joy Tseng and Melissa Westermann. Photogtoph Courtesy olUCLA Matching Band. 2 Q 3 co Q 3 Q- Thomas Doffern, Michelle Kunihito, David Badgerow, Brandon Roque, Rory Peris and Woody Tom. Phologioph Courtesy olUCLA Matching Band. Front Row: Sobrino Bunting, Lisa Coyne, Vonlin Chan, Jenny Groenboom, Sarah Hogan, Stuart Sia, Justin Lee and Chris Bold. Back Row: Kevin Cayton, Ryon Stoncil, Greg Katz, Alexis Derringron, Nicholas Bina, Travis Bennett, Zachory Okemuro and Ryan Lozorony. Not Pictured: Kevin Chan. Photograph Courtesy of UCIA Marching Band. Front Row: Soroh Vasend, Stephen Iran, Monica Seyo, Cloy Mccarter, Brett Bonakis, Aaron Aoyomo, Aditi Gobburu and Francesco Wufu. Second Row: Forrest Jones, Eric Mirowitz, Mark Painter, Sean Pawling, Michoel Chow, Doug Tillion, Joseph Felix, Nick Moreno, Patrick Brophy and Vikram Gonu. Bock Row: Ravi Sahoe and Chris Lodwig, Paul Sprague, Greg Wrench, Joshua Perisho, Stephen Perisho, Line Atkinson, Eli Gurion and Seon Enright. Photograph Courtesy ol UCIA Marching Band. " 5 Jomie Sttowbridge, Adam Summerfield, Jacob Newberry, Kenny Wood and Hann-shin Moo. Photograph Courtesy ol UCLA Marching Band. Front Row: Linda Chen, Sidney Eads lii, Tom Bergon, Dan Parrol, Shoun Doria, Jessica Yehling and Annie Chiong. Second Row: Rosemorie Lermo, Brian Suksomwong, Darren O ' Haro, Clayton Tom, Albert Chong, Gerard Convento, John Lonocker and Chris Vorgos. Third Row: Brion Rosenbaum, Brent Matsunoga, Tyson Reingold, Tom Terrell, Greg Cubbon, Adam Schell, Ted Reinert, Nathan Owen and Vivian Lee. Back Row: Bradley Nott, Don Nositka, Richard Gwo, Ben Azar, Jeff Audett, Dan Federoff, Sean Gornreiter, Gabe Cardenas, Posho Bahsoun, Ben Tellinghuisen and Joseph Lee. Not Pictured: Jock Mefford. Photograph Courtesy of UCIA Marching Band. Front Row: Alex Brown, Andrew Vega, Bethany Porter, Sharon Lee, Mindy Mcbride, Emily McCollister ond Morino Alburger. Bock Row: Lenny Burdette, Benjamin Cox, Patrick Fitzgerald, Brion Coyton, Michael Blinco, Judy Chan ond Daniel Tang. Photograph Courtesy olUOA Marching Band. Front Row: Heather Perkins, Amy Kwan, Pam Zai, Selena Sponiel, Meghan Foy, Jacqueline Ellis, Desiree Tejodo. Sirio Guiterrez, Nabeelo Virji and Katie Hanson. Second Row: Tracy Williams, Koy Soito, Vina Rothakone, Emma Sanford, Addy licea, Kristen Silverberg, Becky Claossen, Katie Wolf, Marie Schmidt, Ariele Greenfield ond Nicole Ries. Back Row: Katie Chandler-Snoddy, Faeron Meldrum-Taylor, Caitlin Nunn, Mary-Anne Schmitt, Kristen Parnell, Anthony Lowrenz, Julia Burdette, Matt Silverman, Jennifer Comstock ond Heather Peterson. Photograph Courtesy of UCIA Marching Bond. Phologmphedbyhfftm, ...continued from page 236 to pursue their passion. Second year undeclared student Daniel Smith said that, " one of the best things about band was playing songs like ' Sing Sing Sing, ' ' El Toro CalienteThe group, like many athletic teams, traveled to various parts of the country for games and competitions. In fact, the band usually made its way to Michigan, Texas, Miami, Arizona, Illinois and even hotspots like Japan and Hawaii. But East or West, cheering at home was always the best. For Smith, the practice may have been long and hectic, but being able to " jam to the drums and groove " sure made up for the toil. Band gave students the chance to make friends, participate in energy- intensive games, and travel the country. In its momentous 80th year, the legacy of the " Solid Gold Sound " would be sure to continue on through each subsequent generation of the band ' s repertoire. Q n 37 3 ' CO Q ■IIIJUJ IHUMHIllfl h mimh Right: Bodminton enthusiasts keep their eye on the birdie. The club membets enjoyed spirited matches ond heated competition in the Wooden Center. Photographed by Fei Liu. Below: The sailing club heads out to on adventure ot sea off the shores of Marina Del Rey. The club offered students a chance to test their sea legs aboard soiling vessels. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. " 5 Front Row: Ariel Brown, Nick Lai, Brandon Roe, Zoe Brown, Mart Sirignano and Leslie Choong. Second Row: Jeremy Brandmon, Doniel Gorcio, Tony Huong, Eason Wong, Ritchie Buenvioje, Dovid Browne and Jaime Rooke. Back Row: Casey Von Dyke, Alfonso Vergoro, Brian Johansing, Pat Cheetham, Matthew Bressette, Aaron Senter and Ed Bolfierrez. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson Front Row: Juliette Jordim, Devon Rudberg, Stacy Chang, Shanto Loecker, Anna Garohan, Diano Symmes, Erin Kutoy, Kalyn Olsen, Vivianne Lee, Nino Desoi and Morion Alcid. Second Row: Michelle Lobi, Marie Sutton, Kate Woodruff, Erin Sorokin, Taryn Muchnick, Nikki Fleming, Ahn Thu Vu, Alexis Hamonn Nazaroff, Jane Jun, Emily Grossman, Tamora Peterson, Scotti Norman and Amanda Stewort. Back Row: Anna Carlstone, Lauren Palotoy, Meredith Gober, Kelly Havens, Emily Williams, Elsa Beyer, Nicole Ling, Megan Koley, Coach Alison Lee, Cooch Olivia Peterson, Coach Johanna Williams, Brittany Harrison, Erin Plonk, Jennifer Way, Nicole Derosa and Jeonnie Huong. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. Front Row: Moriso Pineda, Ivette Castillo, Diano Tron, Aerin Cho, Camilla Uou, Erin Kane and Amy Christensen. Second Row: Meenadchi Gunonoyogom, Kelly Griffin, Jennifer Chose, Shu-Ying Org, Storlo Hashimoto ond Michelle Kwondhom. Back Row: Stuart MacDonold, Notolie Hall, Erin Murray, Dora Yung, Saerim Luciono, Maureen Fitzgerald, Yoyo Negrete, Felicia Burt ond Marni Voth. Photograph Courtesy of Women ' s Rugby Front Row: Truong Ma, Sovoeut Mom, Jason Lee, Jessica Fung, Boo Nghiem ond Michelle Tea. Second Row: Andrew Tai, Celine Ring, Sheen Lu, Lindo Mo, Crisseldo Vinluan, Minghua Nie ond Don Von. Third Row: Henry Chen, Mohit Lod, Tony Sun, Matthew Chan, Michael U, Ayo Wesfbrook, Charlene Choi, Emerald Nguyen, Anuj Khottor, Douglas Lee ond Chia-Yu Chang. Back Row: John Yeah, Alex Liu, Peter Dettoft, Jioshen You, Micheal Chov and Ernie Esser. Photographed by feiUu. Micheal Chov ond Ernie Esser. Q c o - —I CD a 3 Front Row: Kelly Rogers, Soroh Lewis ond Sue Ann Pien. Bock Row: Matt Sirignano, Christopher Cook, Boris Gutmon ond Sam Wheeler. Photographed by Jennifer Richardson. Front Row: Jeffrey Ton, Peter Kim, Suzanne Marczak, David Starkopf ond Rehul Kumar. Back Row: Ben Hardyk, Mike Roel, Morek Grzeskowiak, Ston Cheng, Kate Anderson, Ben Rofii, Ryan Brandos ond Russell Hess, Photographed by Steven liadie. Front Row: Richard White and Jeff Westsmith. Second Row: Tsuyoshi Oda, Hooman Donescmond, Oovid Rudmon, Josh Pantarotto, Josue Fuentes, Paul Giannecchini, Dominic AM, Peter Le, Maurice Bell, Alan Yomagota, Ryan Hauck ond John Schumocher. Third Row: Joel Venegos, Zack Atkins, Allen Chen, Joey Connolly, Manny Natera, Jay Scholes, Adorn Polk, Komron Mustafo ond Ryan Moore. Back Row: Yasu Tomuro, Alex Grzesik, Sean Donovan, Matt Upton-Schwartz, Jeffrey Kissel, Motthew Arata, Jarreau Tuiasosopo, Mike Hammer, Brion Ronkin, Shone Gates, Thomas Burns, James Clork, Ian Foster, Brett Jordan, Sheldon Ross, Brandon McClellon ond Justin Rosien. Not Pictured: Coaches Scott Stewart and Yuri Thomos, Motthew Draper, Christopher Pagnonelli, Sam Shohidi, Christopher Small ond Miguel Vargas. Photogiaphed by Emily Mosamitsu. " 5 Front Row: Jodine Tolentino, Kimberly Pham, Sandy Le ond Jean Laguaton. Back Row: Devin Eisher, Chung-Kyung Jo, Sean Tee and Tonal Barakat. Pbotogiaphed by Moryom host. Front Row: Madeleine Saron, Morcie Johnson ond Suson Lai. Second Row: Aaron Lynn, Chod Barber, Cosey Weaver, Kristina Tritsch and Victorio Romley. Third Row: Tok Fujito, J.J. Kaye, Goreth Thomas and Saro Harris. Bock Row: Clark Bishop, Brent Kious, Marcus George, Danny Nelson and Alejandro Rodriguez. Pbotogiaphed by Hank Friedmann. Front Row: Gory Dei, Ryan Fix, Mike Wen, Scot Pipkina, David Gorgani, Ajay Norasimha and Brandon Roe. Second Row: Jeff Choi, Justin Bell, Colin Hinde, Jason Schissel, Gabe Cohen, Shounok Porikh, Ed AAelo, Daniel Brady, Trevor Latimer, Michoel Kiyol, Ben Hood and Peter Muscat. Back Row: Jonathan Siegrist, Ben Dovis, Chris Hyde, Dovid Mazzo, Mark Adato, Toylor Curtis, Mork Liu, Raj Sohoe, Justin Hoffer, Tony Klochkov, Dove Schrenzel, Jim Corbett- Detig, Dukes McKell, Lurch Denman, Dyno DeLond ond Higbtower Harnett. Photogiaphed by Jasmin tiiku. iua Left: Peter Kim loads his arrows into his bow, a technological wonder compered to thot of Robin Hood. The archery club, while avoiding the vine swinging of the legendary bowman, still followed in his shooting footsteps. Photogiophed by Steven liodie. Below: Jeffery Ton of the orchery club takes aim ot the down-field target. The sport required both relaxed nerves and deadly accuracy. Photogiophed by Steven liodie. I Q c o- a 3 -C Front Row: Douglas Louder, Jonathan Yip, Sol Rojhoni, Spencer Fivelson, Peter Hahn, Patrick Chung, Nate Entrekin, Sam Jocobson, Kevin Lee, Jon Reed, Jeremy Gessow ond Jeffrey Hsu. Bock Row: Assistant Coach Morris Poole, Geoffrey Moore, Heod Coach Lane Jaffe, Colin Scadden, Gavin Lurie, John Shelton, Motthew Shelton, Will Madrid, Arjang Ahmodpour, Pot Wotkins, Stephon Howsepian, Alex Shen, Matt Cowan, Chris Eldemir, Garrett Peterson, Derek Scodden, Will Jun, Jimmy von Brecht, Cale Steiner, Francisco Tacliad, Assistant Coach Ben Bristow, Johnny Liao, Jesse Biroscak and Assistant Coach Tim Bott. Photographed by Emily Mosanvtsu. Front Row: Aaron Murioz, John Yeah, Sonny Luo, Zafeer Fozelbhoy, Sandra f by Nicholas Weston-Swan. r and Kristine Navarro. Photographed mmmmMsKf I P i T If 1 Y - M £1 mt ' flnri iW fcjP.- H iH I n ■ fjWII V Front Row: Patrick Miller, Paul Mocey, Rob Beeston, Leslie Wilson, Miklo Peterfy and Darren Schield. Photographed by Hudson Hou. Front Row: Rhonda Von Hasselt, Tiffany Hsu, Emilio Goncayco and Jamie Lam. Back Row: Koudai Nokagawa, Greg Schiller, Nelson A. Villacuz, Vincent Yee and Miguel Sangalong. Photographed by Hudson Hou. 3 Front Row: Jessica Lim, Victoria Lau, Ni Feng and Michelle Wong. Second Row: Amy Chou, Ropko Nonoyakkaro, Tony Tsenh, Margaret Lee, Anny Ching ond Lifen Zhu. Back Row: Dee Lowe, Don Tron, Justin Ng, Jonathan Chang, Derrick Chan, Daniel Leung, Michelle Chu and Jeffrey Chen. Not Pictured: Caroline Cheung, Danny Inkavesvanitch ond Jonet Lo. Photographed by Nicholas Weston-Swan. w Left: Certainly not o scene one would expect at the Sunset Recreation pool, kayak polo players converge on the ball during an evening match. Catching the eye of many passersby, participants included members of the community as well as students. Photographed by Nicholas Western-Swan. Below: Making sure to dig as deeply as possible to propel the boat forward, these dragon boat paddlers take a practice run around Naples Island in long Beach. Their weekly practice sessions played an integral role in competitions located in places such as Las Vegas. Photographed by Nicbolos Weston-Swon. Q c a- ? a 3 hIhv " " feg . «$ kl-m. i J IP 1M T i Br " 4 " J ,i i yp m [ ;■ ' :H$ r% ' 1 it ffiPV » r .-.- ' ■ i : 4H ' - i ■ A-: fT " - m. ■ -Ryan Abbott p. 267 -Brian Chan p. 285 -Molly Crockett p. 303 -Jasmine Lai p. 321 -Tyler Shewey p. 339 -Colleen Yorke p. 357 " When a subject becomes completely obsolete, we make it a required course. " -Peter F. 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Choi Business Economics Puiyi Chong Electrical Engineering Stanley S. Chow Psychology Jonathan W. Chu Computer Science and Engineering Victor K. Chu Electrical Engineering Aiza Saldana Chua Economics There are those born to follow the paved road and those destined to wander off the beaten path. Medical student and acupuncturist by day and yoga instructor by night, Rvan Abbott has charted his own unique course by bridging interests as diverse as the east and west. From his self-concocted Integrative Medical Theory major to his role as principle investigator on a university-sponsored research project, Abbott defied the role of a typical undergraduate. His unique major enabled him to explore his dual passion for traditional western medicine and lesser-known eastern remedies while his research project studied the effects of Tai Chi and Qi Gong on tension headaches. Abbott was also concurrently enrolled as a fulltime student at Emperor ' s College, where he earned his Master ' s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. While Abbott maintained an astonishing 3.9 GPA at both schools, it is determination and compassion that make the doctor, not just superior academics. " Healing a patient requires more than proficiency in the techniques of medicine, " reasoned Abbott. " It requires empathy and compassion. This is the art of medicine. " Abbott ' s interest in Chinese culture extended to his enthusiasm for martial arts. Abbott actively practices Kendo, Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Xin Yi Chuan. This has given him the peace of mind necessary to maintain his chaotic lifestyle. And despite clocking over 15 hours of research per week and giving yoga lessons throughout the school year, Abbott found time to help his fellow Bruins by performing acupuncture on students at the Ashe Health Center. Working with some of the finest minds at UCLA ' s Center for East-West medicine has also helped Abbott reaffirm his medical ambitions. " Coupled with Ryan ' s remarkable talent is his admirable boldness of character. Ryan is the best raw material for a good doctor that I have seen in a long time, " praised Dr. Timothy Pan. Abbott also received the prestigious UCLA Alumni Association Distinguished Bruin Award and the Michael C. Dunn Memorial Scholarship for academic excellence. Although his numerous accolades and accomplishments leave little doubt of his abilities, it is Abbott ' s passion for uniting uncommon approaches and his desire to blaze new trails that sets him apart. Abbott believes in " doing what you love and challenging yourself " because " a passion for life will be your greatest success. 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Grossman Management, M.B.A. Linda Siwen Guan International Development Studies Rosa Maria Guerrero American Literature and Culture Kiirsten K. Guthrie Sociology F " no one at UCU ruiill tell you whal you can and cannot do; it really is up to yoi to make the most out ol your college experience. " Senior of the Year Brian Chan I 285 He ' s got the spirit, the drive, the brains, the looks and the ail-American patriotism. Is there anything that Brian Chan doesn ' t have? As leader of the UCLA Spirit Squad, a campus tour guide and, formerly, the Interfraternity Council ' s External Vice-President, Brain Chan was Mr. UCLA. He successfully bridged the gap between north and south campus by concurrently undertaking studies in computer science and political science. He continued in effectively reaching out to fledging undergrads as a coordinator of the UCLA Orientation Program, supplemented by his position as a Resident Assistant at Rieber Hall. With the addition to his involvement in the personal growth of UCLA ' s future, Chan worked within the Department of BioEngineering and Edgerton Labs as a research assistant. As an active member in all the politics and academics that UCLA has to offer, Chan sincerely believed, " No one at UCLA will tell you what you can and cannot do; it really is up to you to make the most out of your college experience. " Throughout his UCLA career, Chan certainly strived to make the most of everything he involved himself in. While on the Interfraternity Council, Chan, as director of programming, " helped plan and implement the program ' Unspeakable Acts ' that raised awareness about issues involving sexual assault and rape. " As external vice president, he looked " to incorporate the Greek community more so into the UCLA community [by] working with USAC ' s Campus Events Commission [to help] plan and program Welcome Week 2004. " As a concerned citizen, Chan " worked together with the Office of Residential Life to educate.. .and prevent the use of alcohol for recruitment purposes. " And finally, Chan as a supporter of charities, " helped the UCLA Rock Out Battle of the Bands concert which raised over $5000 for UCLA Unicamp. " Chan ' s years at UCLA taught him how to interact successfully with other people and keep an open mind. " Coming to UCLA was definitely a shock, as I was thrown into a melting pot of different ideas and beliefs. ..by keeping an open mind, however, I was able to refine my own values and my own belief system based on what I learned from other people. " Through his experiences, Brian has led a fruitful life in the UCLA sphere; whatever he accomplishes in the future, his success will definitely reflect the events that shaped him in these last years, bl Alexandra B. Gutierrez Jeanette Gutierrez Patricia M. 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Each of the applicants demonstrated amazing talents and accomplishments, but one stood above all the others. Her attitude, like a breath of fresh air, showcases her dedication to cultivating the many characteristics that exemplify the model Bruin. Molly Crockett entered UCLA as a freshman with a running start, focused and driven to pursue a future in the field of neuroscience. Not the typical freshman, while still in high school Crockett showed initiative when she contacted and became involved in Dr. Lieberman ' s Social Cognitive Neuroscience Lab. This opportunity allowed Crockett to not only gain experience in the field that she wanted to pursue, but to also demonstrate her astute intellect and remarkable abilities, often utilizing procedures and undertaking responsibilities usually reserved for graduate students. Yet, to describe Molly Crockett by her almost flawless 3.995 GPA and academic pursuits alone neglects the qualities that make a Bruin truly standout from the crowd. In true blue dedication to her school, Crockett was a member of the Student Alumni Association and was as highly involved with the Alumni Scholars club for all four years at UCLA, currently leading the club as President. Community service and providing scholarships for prospective students are what Crockett finds most rewarding, as she can give back to the school what it gave to her. Her selfless dedication to the UCLA community does not end there, as she also worked with the UCLA Peer Helpline, a student-run counseling hotline where she contributes her time to again help others. One of the most amazing qualities of Molly Crockett is not something that can be attributed to a single accomplishment or endeavor on her part. Rather, it is the effect that this Bruin has on all those who read of her career here at UCLA, one that is truly an inspiration to students everywhere - pushing and surpassing the limits that we associate with undergraduate education. She exemplifies the spirit of the Bruin, a constantly evolving figure, who strives not to accomplish what is simply expected or required, but rather to endeavor to a greater end which foregoes asking what must be done in favor of questioning what can be done. Expect to hear about this alum in the future; whether in the headlines, the laboratory, or the lecture hall, Molly Crockett has the capability to truly make a difference wherever she chooses to venture, bl 7 O " N Article by Ncivid Moradshahi 1 r r ' v on- V r V _j ) J Jenny T. Lam Anthropologi Judy Lam Psychology Karen K. Lam Biochemistry Linda Lam Business Economics Oanh Amanda Lam Chemistry Wing-Nok Lam East Asian Studies Asian Humanities Yan Yan Nelly Lam Biochemistry Kate Kristine Lamuik Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics Janet K. 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Mustavich Applied Mathematics Zeya Myint Computer Science and Engineering Constantina K. Mylonas Economics International Area Studies Spanish Jin Sun Na Sociologi Yasaman A. Najafi Political Science Nima Najafi-Kianfar English Fumie Nakamura Communication Studies Brandon Kazuo Nakaguwa Economics Mayu Nakamura Political Science International Development Studies For senior Jasmine Lai, the concept of community has been a consistent aspect of her college career. Through her involvement with the Office of Residential Life since her sophomore year, first as a Student Health Advocate and currently as a Resident Assistant on the hill, she has certainly succeeded in " making my residents feel welcome and important. " For incoming freshmen residents, often confused and looking to make friends, her inclusive spirit was both refreshing and helpful. Yet, Lai did not limit the lines of her community ideals to the borders of the UCLA campus. Inspired in high school by a visit to the Children ' s Hospital, she witnessed first- hand both the gravity of health concerns and the impact her efforts could have on many peoples ' lives. Her personal exposure to the field of medicine inspired her to take on studies in both neuroscience and physiological science, where she has since actively pursued several volunteering opportunities to benefit the community. Nonetheless, Lai does not just participate in her activities; she creates and leads them. As the Co-founder and Chair of the March of Dimes Collegiate Council at UCLA, she personally established an organization aimed at improving the healthcare available I Senior of the Year Jasmine Lai I 321 to newborns. Additionally, she was and continues to be an active volunteer at the Student-run Mobile Clinic in West Hollywood, which provides homeless and indigent community members with medical care and social services. Her loftv3.7GPAdisplavs her exceptional performance inside the classroom; but, for Lai, college is more than numbers - it is about applving the knowledge to the real world, especiallv, through the outlets of community outreach and campus service. She has lived up to that belief, as an emergency room volunteer where she actively utilized the knowledge from her lectures. Additionally, while researching stroke intervention at the medical center, concepts from her neuroanatomy courses proved to be crucial aides in interpreting brain scans. " If excellence in academics, " explained Lai, " means applying what I have learned in my coursework to my service in the community, then I have succeeded. " Lai deserves every single honor of her hard-earned successes - but as anyone who has had the fortune to experience her endearing optimism and doubtless grace can attest, it was the community she worked to build within her accomplished five years that has been truly rewarded, bl ■ Behrouvz Namdari Psychobiology Lakshmi Narasimhan Sara Cruz Navarrette Audrey Mae Navarro Business Economics Psychology Molecular, Cell, and Political Science Developmental Biology Jessica Lyn Navarro Latin American Studies Sociology Oscar Navarro Sociology Ismael Hamad Nawfal Electrical Engineering Alex M . Nazarchuk Civil Engineering Russell A. Nazareno Mechanical Engineering Ruby M . Nazarian Sociology Shakeh Nazarian Philosophy Tamar Nazerian Political Science 3 Q- Q z c CD 3 Jennifer L. Nelson History Trent Nelson Economics Victoria E. Nelson Brian Westley Netter Chemistry Material Science Applied Mathematics Philip A. 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Most UCLA students know of Dianne Feinstein, but few can claim having met the senior senator from California. Tyler Shewey is one such Bruin who can. Though he has spent a good amount of time at UCLA studying, Shewey has managed to experience things many students could only imagine. Much of Shewey ' s involvement reflects his interest in political life. Besides his 2004 summer internship with Feinstein, he has worked as both the chief of staff and lobby corps director for the office of the USAC external vice-president. By focusing his efforts around politics, Shewey has been involved in multiple projects to improve civic life at UCLA and the surrounding community. Not only did he spearhead a Student Voice Referendum, but worked on two UCLA registration drives and coordinated the November 2004 Students of Color Conference. In the greater Los Angeles area, Shewey worked at the Van Nuys Self-help Legal Access Center, assisting minority and low- income individuals with legal issues. His junior year spring break did not reflect the typical party vacation of most students, but was a reconciliation tour to better understand the dynamics of U.S. -Mexico border relations. Though his time may seem consumed by debates and drives, Shewey is also a guide, having spent a year with Sproul Hall as a Resident Assistant. Though some might see his job as lacking the glitz and glamour familiar to Los Angeles, Shewey admits, " I get personal satisfaction by helping others, and so am motivated to continue. Activities that seem mundane actually became very rewarding when I realized my actions directly assisted others. " Perhaps the most unexpected aspect of Shewey ' s involvement is the international. Not only did he spend a quarter abroad in Paris, but he also taught English for a summer in Yinchan, China and Izmir, Turkey. Diversifying his activities has allowed Shewey to " maintain sanity in a challenging and competitive environment. 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Waidelich Economics Kyle Joseph Waldie Political Science Histon Jacquae Martinique Walker Neuroscience M esha Wallace Mechanical Engineering Jenifer M. Walsh Physiological Sciences a S ' 9 O Q 3 CO Jerome Douglas Walters, HI Political Science Hiu Ching C. Wan Business Economics AlexY. Wang Economics IrisYu-Li Wang Business Economics Jie Wang Business Economics Louisa Wang Economics International Area Studies Sharon C. Wang Philosophy Stephanie Wang Business Economics Weinin Wang Biochemistry Jessica Warren Political Science M arlayna Washington Mechanical Engineering Hiroshi Watanabe Management, M.B.A. Naoko Watanabe Sociologxj Raquache O. Waugh Electrical Engineering Senior of the Year Colleen Yorke I 357 O Photographed by Nicholas Weston-Swan Article by Chris Heimerman Film and Television student Colleen Yorke aspires to join the ranks of working female directors one day - but she doesn ' t have to push her dreams back until tomorrow. Whereas most college students ' curricula is in preparation for a career within their respective fields, Yorke is already living her dream. Yorke ' s involvement with directing can be traced back to long before entering UCLA. But it was concretely evident her freshman Near, when she took helm of the opening skit, " Wizard of Oz, " of the Children ' s Walk of Life festivities, that fantasy was melding into realitv. Her exceptional dedication to and enthusiasm for her position was noticed, and the experience led to her acceptance into an exclusive, upper- division directing class as a fledging freshman. There, while working with nine seniors in directing a complicated scene, she discovered her love for her craft and its incredible ability in telling a story. Yorke - a storyteller in her own right - began taking an average of six classes a quarter in order to fully explore her interests in the film program. Luckily, her extraordinary course load did not stop her from capitalizing upon extracurricular opportunities. After finishing a run as assistant producer for William Inge ' s " A Loss of Roses, " she was offered a job at the public access television station KLRN creating children ' s programming. Though her directing career often takes her away from the UCLA campus, Yorke ' s involvement in the Rotaract Club kept her roots firmly planted at UCLA. Serving as the club ' s president during 2003-2004, Yorke presided over activities including volunteering at a homeless shelter and building houses in Mexico. The Mexico trip even gave Yorke the chance to unite her passions, as she filmed a documentary about the work. Yorke ' s unparalleled ability to balance this involved and demanding job with long hours of class, in addition to her leadership roles within the UCLA Rotaract Club even as she m at she calls filmed her senior thesis project, a documentary on Jewish life in Germany - toj " Synergy, " the ability to synthesize different areas of her life. But she hardly worries about spreading herself thin - " participating in college events leaves a lasting impression on our lives, and the lives we touch. ..to become part of their lives and stories. " And considering her successes thus far, Colleen will have many more stories to tell, bl Jonathan E. Webb Physiological Sciences Jason A. Webster Psychology Tyler Anne Webster Aaron S. Weinnberg American Literature and Culture History Psychology Joshua D. Weiss American Literature and Culturt Histon Ashley M. Wellinger Sociology Jack T. Wen Management, M.B.A. Tian Qiong Weng Applied Mathematics Sharon L. Wezelman Tlieater Tawni N. 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Zelaya Psychology Ling Quing Zhang Mathematics Economics John Yang Zhang Biomedical Engineering Electrical Engineering Guowei Calvin Zheng Management, M.B.A. Hua Zhong business Economics Tracy Winner Zieve Psychobiology Lauren R. Ziminsky World Arts and Cultures Economics Mara L. Zulauf Psychobiology M Q n M c_ Q C • - jv : ? ■ ■ ■k 1 A. i ' v.. , sr C i»TV- r u ' " • Friday, Juno 17th was a day of mixed emotions. For some it was a celebration filled with laughter and relief. For others, it was a day of tears and nostalgia.That Friday, the graduating class of 2005 kicked off a weekend of commencement ceremonies that seniors had worked four long years to enjoy. Many students will likely forget who spoke at their graduation in 10 years - many probably forgot 10 minutes after the address, thanks to a little too much champagne - but for some students in the College of Letters and Science, the guest monster made a lasting impression. With alumnus Gary Knell, the president of Sesame Workshops, delivering the keynote speech, the appearance of Cookie Monster was a delight to both graduates and parents. Eliciting laughs from those he entertained as children, the blue fuzz-ball cracked jokes about an Extreme Makeover while in L.A., and his attempt to eat healthier and become Brussels Sprout Monster. Opting to skip the larger college ceremonies in favor of the more intimate departmental ceremonies was a major theme for many graduates. Here, parents and family members could actually recognize their graduate as names were announced amidst a flurry of photo opportunities. The weekend of bar-be-ques, champagne and ceremonies that is commencement was stressful for those with leases ending, job start-dates and even European excursions looming. For others it was just another bump in the road. But those who found time to enjoy the culmination of four years of UCLA were the same who shared four entire years of memories with the school. At a time when futures are uncertain and paths are diverging, one last local celebration of our alma mater marks the beginning of a lifetime of Bruin pride. 3y lE muM A idJdMifc 10 • 1 III A1 !■■ xT ' iW l£f in tJ I T MW " ' v: i «f • t %♦, r % y ' • ' ■ :■ 1 . » ' • ,- ' m - m. " A child enters your home and for the next twenty years makes so much noise you can hardly stand it. The child departs, leaving the house so silent you think you are going mad. " -John Andrew Holmes It seemed like we could not wait to get out of the house, and our parents could not wait to be rid of us. After 18 years of curfews, worried phone calls, and sneaking out at night, college finally gave us the freedom we always wanted. But after those first few months of dorm life, Thanksgiving was a welcomed break from crazy days at college. As t he years passed and it became harder and harder to get away from UCLA, the phone calls and emails had to suffice for the open arms that comforted and supported. But far from home as our lives as students were, our parents were pillars of strength, bank accounts, cheerleaders and much more. And though we complained when they still worried, as we had figured out how to take care of ourselves, it was still nice to know someone cared so much. Leaving home and taking on the responsibilities of young adulthood were the non- educational challenges that came along with studies at UCLA. After four long years, our parents could not be more proud that we earned our diploma and took Dur first real steps toward independence, and we know we could not have done it without them. c o D u V Q — " The Neverland Youth Dance Project: College Bound Program, Founders Director Death ' s Jest Book: The Musical, Choreographer The Lincoln Center, New York The White Oak Dance Project ' s PASTForward, Dancer with Mikhail Baryshnikov UCLA Office of Residential Life Assistant Resident Director of Saxon Suites Resident Assistant of Hedrick Hall Resident Assistant of Hitch Suites Twice-Elected De Neve Plaza President ch Homecoming Float " Let ' s Get Hitch-ed! " ORL Program Hall of Fame ABC Family Guest Host " Movie Xtra, " University Housing Expert ABC Resident Assistant " The Scholar " Student Alumni Association Spring Sing Talent Director Dinners for 1 2 Strangers Alumni Relations Alumni Scholars Club Newsletter Editor Common Ground Irish Step Dance Company The Rennie Harris Project Master Class with Gregory Hines •Mystic Stepper School of Dance " Be Opti-Mystic! " maihue • CONGRATULATIONS ASHLEY MARIE BRAGA CALINGO You have achieved so much in twenty-one years. Watching you grow from a beautiful ballerina and accomplished musician, to your skipping the seventh grade, to your diplomas from St. Anthony ' s and San Joaquin Memorial, to your completing four years of university education at UCLA makes us all very proud. Your graduation is just the beginning of a bright future. May you always remember the lessons you learned from your family. Over every finish line are the words " Begin here. " A great person is anyone who has the courage to be a better person. You can move mountains if you move one rock at a time. Life can be a moving experience if you allow yourself to be moved one day at a time. c o o Q We love you, Dad, Mom, Alexa and Arienne Kiirsten Guthrie !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RAH-RAH- RAH !! To the cutest, smattest and most dynamic cheerleader UCLA has ever had !! Good luck in your upcoming elementary school teaching career, Kiirsty, and returning home to San Diego. You ' ll be a wonderful teacher for little kids, as they already adore you now !! You ' re a Godly woman, Kiirsten... and your faith in Him will always carry you through life ' s mountains and valleys, kiddo. Always remember to lean on the Lord for all things, as He is your strength !!! We love you oodles and oodles !! Love Daddy-0 Mom !! (and Stephanie, Kyle, Allie " Molly " , the rotten Wheaton Terrier doggy !!) CONGRATULATIONS, TIFFY! You are our pride and joy We wish you the best in all your future endeavors With all our love, Mom and Dad To our dearest Paolo, Congratulations, graduate, on this latest accomplishment — one of many that you ' ve made us proud of over the years! Ever since you were little, you have always been focused, determined, and responsible in anything you did — from your first T-ball game at 5, your first stage role as Scrooge in 3rd grade, your AYSO team ' s Southern California championchip at 1 1 , the numerous basketball and volleyball tournaments, your first job at Rubio ' s at 16, your coaching jobs at Cerritos HS, your Iraq deployment to serve your country, to the many other jobs you ' ve held in spite of your school commitments. You were nicknamed " Paolo the Leader " because you can take charge and inspire, but just as easily be a valued team member. But what we are most proud of, Paolo, is that you have always been a good son and brother and friend and citizen. You are kind, thoughtful, giving, and fun, and we love you so very much. You are our hero! " foawAM-TbwIWfcandjK Ernest DePaolo Barazon Alfante Congratulations and Best Wishes for a Future that ' s Brighter and Happier Still!! Much love, Dad, Mom, Chris and Mikey D o_ 5 ' CO o O c CD PASSION " There are many things in life that will capture your eye, but very few will capture your heart. These are the ones to pursue. These are the ones worth keeping. " Passion for your Art. Passion for your Life. With all our love to our son Grant, Mom and Dad YoCc ire ue. Yolanda, We are all so very proud of you. We always knew that you would succeed in anything that you put your mind to. We ' re very happy that all your hard work has paid off. ' May aft your dreams come true, ' Tina qirl. With lots of love, from your sister Susie, (Big (Ed, Little ' Eddie, ' Mathew, (Andrew and Justin anda, ' J am so proud of all your qreat accomplishments. ' How you a starting the next phase in your life; all your dreams wuCcome tr You truly have been a precious gift from Cjod. Love, ' Mom Yolanda, Your bro is so proud of you. I ' ve watched you take your first baby steps. iJow 1 see you taking your aduCt steps towarcfyour aoais in life. Stay focused, peace out. Love, your brother ' Danny I ' m just so very happy for you. ' 1 know that you will do well in anything that you do in fife. If for any reasons you need help or someone to taCk to, 1 will always have time for my hahy sister. Love, (Aaron Yolanda, We are very proud of you. Life has a lot to offer. Enjoy and take advantage of it aft. Love, Luis and your sis (Estella Yolanda, 1 know you ' ll make it to the top. Love, Melissa Yolanda, Cjood fuck in the future. Much Cove from Lil Cjloria " V B " Til! SAfKSiP future belongs ?]fr l ps in tlje beautp f tjL Vof tljetr breams. lr- D (I) Q r » ►-J Dearest Katie, Believe and follow your dreams... I The world is at your feet... make it happen. We love you and are always here for you! We are proud of you and your accomplishments! Love, l| Dad, Mom, Dawn, Peter, Quinn and Natasha j r v ear catie. 3 US you are now officially on your own. Although you have always betn so Indeptnd nt, responsible and trustful, ! worry. Mothers want to love and control at the s,avu.e time, I will always be your mom but not longer your guardian. I cannot longer request, I tan noxonqer demand, I can only hope. Lit me offer you lyrics frovu. a popular song, as. If they were coming frcvu. my heart. Love, Mowiv y I hope you never lose your sense of wonder, That you get your fill but always keep that hunger, And may you never take one single breath for granted. I hope you still feel small when you stand by the ocean But never fear those mountains in the distance, And never settle for the path of least resistance. Promise me you ' ll give fate a fighting chance, Give the heavens above more than just a passing glance. Don ' t let some hell bent heart leave you bitter And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance I hope you dance! 3 o ■ Congratulations Lauren! Ever since you were little, you always knew where you were and where you were going, with both feet planted firmly on the ground. You have been such a joy to us as we ' ve watched you grow in so many ways. In graduating from UCLA, you are passing yet another milestone in your life. We are both so proud of your many accomplishments. Love, Mom and Dad Br • V T 1 Congratulations, Kelly, on your graduation from UCLA and your new job at Price Waterhouse Coopers. We are very proud of you. Go Bruins! Love, Mom Dad Kelly C Jones Class of 2005 Congratu fations, (Rajindra This is just the beqinninq of a bright future. We wish you success, Cove and happiness. ' All our Cove, Ammi, T ' hathi and ' Aiva Kristin Marie Cadwell Congratulations Kristin! We always knew you would accomplish great things! From a Texas Emerald Belle to a UCLA Kappa Delta, you have always exceeded your goals. It has been wonderful watching you grow from a beautiful dancer to a UCLA graduate. Now the world awaits you, as you have a wonderful and exciting future ahead of you. We are so proud of you! Love always. Mom. Dad and Matt Congratu fations Cfifoe Qsicofe Vaughn roil m D it) Your graduation from ' UCL ' A is an accomplishment of qigantic proportions. You are the first descendant from my mother ' s ancestral fine to qo to coffege from high school and graduate. Trom binh, you fet us know that you were something speciaf. Your courage, mental toughness, kind heart and adventurous spirit nave served you wed. You are an amazing daughter, a beautiful and tafented young woman and the fight of my fife. 1 am very proud to he your mother. QAy " beautiful flower " you have earned a u nique pface in history, ' now, theworfd beckons you: Stay strong, go forth and take your pface. 1 know you wilf continue to accomplish great things. 1 Love You ' Afways, Mom 3 o 3 cd y I C 3 Q_ Q TJ Q 3 CO o Q- Q n Q Q c Congratulations, Jean! Mommy and Daddy Love you very, very much! GOD Loves you forever! Go for a good Life and success! c o o u 0) Q . .... I WELL DONE i fytyK tyQtytyQ ty tytytyxy 14 M " M " U Vf W W )- JOB WELL DONE Congratulations to Gail Antoinette St. John You are a citizen of the world, Follow your dreams wherever they lead. From Mum, Dad and Mark with love From the tranquil waters of the Caribbean Or the nature parks of Australia To the ancient ruins of Europe Congratulations, Danny! 4 yrs tuition. ..£25,000 books, supplies, etc. ..£10,000 having a son like you... PRICELESS! And... Hi Ho, Hi Ho, it ' s off to work we hope you go - with lots of love, Mom, Dad and Eliot o 3- l o zr 3 CD CD o y (0 Q V Dear SasuLrot Congratulations on, your graduation,. We, cure, so proud of you, and all, your a compUshrn nts. Kmveruber tkat only through hard, work, and dedccAtUn, can you, cucJkieA e, all your goals and, dr tarns. Our love, and support wilt, always be, there, for you,. Louty Mont) Dad Miguel, Alex Sl Lady % l AMEISH, YOU LIGHT UP OUR LIVES. MAY THE SKY BE THE LIMIT OF YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS MOM DAD SHEILA REINA PAPSY WISHING YOU ALL THE BEST AND WITH TONS OF LOVE, O Q -i q ' o o 5 " Q- Q w fck. Congratulations Manoj! We are so proud of you and all your accomplishents! God has truly blessed you with the gift to succeed in whatever you set your mind to do. Four years of determination is quite an accomplishment. These are the stepping stones for the beginning of your dream. We admire you and love you very much. Keep up the good work as you graduate from UCLA and go on W l f to conquer all your dreams. Congratulations on this very special day! We wish you a very m f l 1 s bright and prosperous future. E? ' " ' r With love and best wishes, ■fcL-r Mom, Dad and Manisha To Nick, Alles van die beste, en mooi loop! Ek is baie trots. Jou Opa Is Kn TO OUR DEAREST SARRI, SARRI SANCHEZ 2005 SEE THE INVISIBLE, FEEL THE INTANGIBLE, ACHIEVE THE IMPOSSIBLE. YOU HAVE THE GIFT! Congratulations on your graduation! Thank you, UCLA WAC, for believing in our daughter. All our love, Dee-dough, Mom and Steve " My dearest ' Eylin ' If you ' re on top of the world today, if you ' re finding fulfillment in your life, and everything is going weff - Tvf ' z ' Bzst ' qs yet to COME. T ' his is another mifestone in your life, and remember if you do not stand for something, you win faff for anything. Conqratufations on this very special day in your fife With affmy Cove, Tvlom Tviira que te mando que te esfuertes y seas vafiente. CTs o temas ni te esanimes porque yo tu Dios estare contigo donde quiera quefieres. ' Acuerdate de tu T)ios en fos dias de tu juventud To our wonderful Tyfin Success doesn ' t mean the absence offaifures; it means the attainment of uftimate objectives. It means wi nning the war, not every battle. All our Cove, your family. To My Sweetest Cousin, Eylin, 1 just want to say how your accomplishments have inspired me to go on. You have been a fight in my life, like 1 have in yours. The Lord has blessed you throuqhout theses hard triafs of these vast years. ' Remember, whatever you do the Lord is with you. Congratulations. %eep on rufing the worfd. Love ' Kimberfy Mona, I hear hands clapping I see faces smiling I can feel their hearts beat I can sense trembling in their feet All to salute my treasure All to confirm my pleasure Once out; in her moment to face the world You are my champ since day one Your are my love since life begun If I knew what I know I would have kept you at home If I knew what I know I would have kept you under my dome But a butterfly must leave the cocoon A searching soul, going for the moon. We love you, Congratulations Mom and Dad o c Q 3 n 3 " t N 2: m 3 Q_ O N D D Q. 5 ' Congratulations To our ' Deficjktjut ' Daughter and Sister Your oven and happy heart has always been a joy to your family. We rejoiced with you in your educational achievement today and trust you wiu eep that beautifuf balance between your head and your kind and lovinq heart as you qo in to your future. LavingCy, ' Mom, ' Dad and ' Ammu Dearest Michael, You have proved nothing but merits since childhood. You are halfway to achieving your goals. We believe that you are going to be the best in the field you chose. Always remember the aphorism your grandpa and grandma taught you. 1 cannot express much more how we are truly very proud of you. On behalf of Lob, Lola, uncles, aunts cousins...we want to say " keep soaring " for we support you all the way. We love you, Mommy (Ztwynatodattottb, s4cpoc6o l c O D u 0 Q tfott 6 ve 6ad cat i t iedi6le wM fiowen to eie ieve attd t£tvatf i, tecmznded cvitA. tfat tiafc zq amcte. tfoec Acute 6ee t uc6. eut ut fzinatiott to u eUi. Oun Cove 6s, eUtvcufA. utitA. tfoti. " pno a, cfotci Oto44Ut eutd O z att Felicidades! Gluckwiinche! Well Done, Sabrina! Strength of character and a spirit of discovery have served you well in the college battleground, and you 11 continue to need them. You have set your own course and chose the lessons you wanted to learn. You have shown compassion and thought] illness. We are proud of the fine young woman you have become as well as your many accomplishments. Whatever happens, always remember that we will love you forever. Mom Dad Dear Crystal, It didn ' t seem so long ago when we went campus hopping, across the town, and across the whole country, but that was four whole years ago. We all look for words to describe this moment, this moment when you make that giant leap. Your Mom and I look back to those days when we graduated, when the world was waiting for us, when everything was full of hope, and when dreams were meant to be pursued. You have a lifetime of dreaming to do. You have chosen the most precious career - teaching — and you have chosen the most beautiful medium for your career - music. We hope that you can make an impact on those children of tomorrow by inspiring them with music and hope as you have done for our whole family. Congratulations and Love, Dad, Mom and Chris Efll 2: o 3 " Q n Q CD -i ( o n o X Our Dearest Kay a. Congratulations, Baby. ' ! We are so proud of your commitment to education and your graduation from UCLA. We wish for all your dreams to come true, just like this one. Way to go, Baby Rae! We love you so very much! Pad, Momma, Chessa and Schuyler .. and now; rising star ... from the rest of the Naiman and Palmer galaxy: Mom, Dad + Matt, Jon Mike + Mocha Hrv -»» 1 ' Monica, CongratuCationsl Love, Mom andVad CongratulationiS, Frank! My Dear Husband, Returning to college at this stage in your life was a courageous decision. With hard work, dedication, and a driving desire to succeed. I ' ve watched you achieve your dream of becoming a UCLA graduate while meeting every need of a busy father and husband. You are a true inspiration to me, as well as our future generations. I just want to express how very proud I am of you. Frank, you are my hero, and 1 will always love you. Your wife, Debbie Dad. While driving us to basketball practices, rehearsals, work, and all of our other extra activities, you still found time to do your homework and keep the house in order. We are so proud of you and we want to say thank you for being such a wonderful father and role model. We love you Dad, Ashley, Crystal and Frank Jr. Dear Son, Congratulations to you for the great job that you have accomplished for your future and your family. Your dad and Grammy would be so proud of you if they were still with us. You have done what a lot of others could never. With the help of your wife and kids, you have succeeded in your goal. Your brother Tim and I are so proud of you. Frank. Love you. Mom Dear Frank, You are the best son-in-law we could ever hope for. You are truly an inspiration to us. Words could never express how very proud we are of all your achievements. Great Success will be yours in the future. We love and respect you. Greg and Sharon We Love You! Alma Mater floreat Quae nos educavit Bryan Dallas Teague Kitch, Class of 2005 Classical Civilization, Honors UCLA Crew, 2001-2005, Varsity 8 2003-2005 UCLA Men ' s Varsity Team Captain 2003-2005 Pac-10 Rowing All- Academic Team 2003, 2004, 2005 Pac-10 All-Conference Team 2003 Gold Medal Men ' s Lightweight 4 + , Pacific Coast Rowing Championships 2004 UCLA Crew Men ' s Varsity Most O utstanding Oarsman, 2003, 2004 UCLA Men ' s Crew Lightweight Hammer Award 2004, Allen D. Bailey Scholar-Athlete Award, UCLA Crew 2003, 2004 Gold Medal Men ' s Varsity Lightweight Long Beach Sprints 2005 14th Place Men ' s Lightweight CRASH-B Wold Indoor Rowing Championships (5th Place Men ' s Collegiate Lightweights), Boston, 2005 Mens sana in corpore sano n a Z a 3 a _p GO 3 " a 7T- Q J (DearJacCe ityyan: Trom Worn, with Cove. Q-fow have you been cfoina? Aca({emicaCCy y vhysicaCCy, c o o u Q go placidly amid the noise and the haste, and remember what peace then- may be in silence. •Keep interested in your own career, ' However humble; it is a real ' Possession in the changing fortunes of time. (Beyond a wholesome disciplin e, he gentle With yourself. You are a child of the universe no less than •The trees and the stars; you hare a right to be •Here. ' And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt The universe is unfoldinc] as it should. ' And whatever your labor and aspirations. In the noisy confusion of life, keep peace in your soul. " With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, •It is still a beautiful world ' . •Be cheerful. Strive to be happy. To our Dearest Lisbeth, Yesterday, you were a cute baby angel! Today, you are a beautiful young woman who is intelligent, kind, compassionate, generous and creative. You are a wonderful human being. We are so proud of you and admire you for all your accomplishments. Go on and continue conquering the world! May all your dreams come true. All our love Mom, Dad, Letty, Jenny and Tristan 2005 Tyson Evans We always knew you were destined to do gr eat things. The journey begins. Love, Mom and Dad 7 dcuf ctt tpKCt 7€ d 4 0iaduttf % t, eve evie frtGud orf €vct te iiH% ute m ie o£ CfOi t aeco-tHfi(ij6ttn:tite C t you u{t . % . tfoun j t t$t l and e9KvccU H iftot vitt t ze tfMc% ideali and we wiU 6e et ie € f u uhXA suk fove utd ftattdj t y afrft xud.. (Dear Tamar, CongratuCations to a woruferjuC daughter and sister on araduating from I.ICL ' A. (good luck in tfie future. We are so proud of you T aCented 91 mazing ' M agical 91 rtistic ' R espectful Love, (Ema, ' Aba, Orit and Shir CD CO Q Q 3 Q O 3 " CB N Q CD Allen Kiyoshi Ishimoto From building blocks... ...to building the future... c o D Q ...my, how time flies! Congratulations and best wishes to our 3.9+ GPA Byrd Scholar! Allen, we are extremely proud of your many achievements, including UCLA ' s Dean ' s List Recognition, Golden Key International Honour Society, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Alpha Lambda Delta Academic Honor Society, and Phi Eta Sigma Academic Honor Society. To our disc jockey entrepreneur, basketball player, certified bartender, and family ' s newest mechanical engineer - we wish you continued success and a bright, healthy and happy future! With all our love. Dad, Mom, Kevin Gram, SJSJ, Kx3, and Ron E Dear Mark. We want to thank you for being the fine, sensitive and beautiful person that you are. And extra thanks tor being so easy to raise. Your hard work and perseverance has paid oi Keep up the good work. You made us happy and proud to be your parents. Dreams can come true, we hope that all your dreams will become a reality. Congratulations. Always do your best for the Lord Almighty. Love forever!! Dad and Mom Congratulations, Jennie! You have worked so hard to get to where you are today. We are so proud of you, and we know that if Dad were still with us, he would be, too. We wish you success and happiness in the future. Love, Mom, Kali and Elaine W . MUM; vl J ... , ,lggfeg 5 ■ i - a Im£ -; . Adrian Elicegui Dear Son, Congratulations on your graduation. This is an occasion of great joy and pride for us. You have now earned an education that we hope will bring you many good things, accomplishments and joy to your life. Always stop to appreciate those things, then give thanks to God for giving you the ability to obtain them. Please try to continue your education as far as possible. We hope that your experiences at UCLA have been, for the most part, positive and full of great memories, as well with new friends that now will be in your life for years to come. You are about to open a new door in your life and there will be many others more to open ahead of you. Open the door, live, learn, focus on the positive things, learn from the negative things by making something positive from them. Never be arrogant, don ' t think that you know everything, there is always something new to learn each day. But above all. be a good human being, live your life in a way that you never have to feel ashamed of yourself. Never diminish your accomplishments and make time to enjoy them. Make sure to give importance to those things that are truly important in life and don ' t waste your life on negative things. Your life is awaiting you. Open the door, walk firm. When at times you feel weak, just look around you, you are never alone. You must remember that. Live, learn, teach. Be you. We and your brother are always here behind you and loving you. Congratulations. Mom, Dad and Jr. 3 o 3 " M Q 3 o Q 3 o n 3 " o fl CD C T ear Xenia, It ' s your year to shine] Look ahead with hope and see tfie future that ' s in store. You ' ve worked so hard and eared so mueh to qet to where you are and 1 know this yearwiffbe your greatest year by far] With ail my (ove, Neto Querida Xenia, Te felicito por haber afcanzado tu meta ypara mi eres un orquffo. Le doy qracias a Dios porque hayas ffeqado tan tejos. Te quiero muchol ' Tu abuelita, Menche ' My dear Xenia, Conqratulations, honey! ' 1 always knew that you were capable of great thinqs. (jod has been very kind with us. ' He blessed you with beauty and intelligence, ' He blessed me for havinq you as my dauqhter. I ' m very -proud of you, my dauqhter. You are making me the happiest mother on earthl With afl my heart, your mom, Iwra (Booth, ' 1 am so proud of you and so happy to be your fittle ' Boochyheffe. 1 love you so much ' BoochyU 1 couldn ' t have asked for a better sister] Conqratulations!] Love afways and forever, Vanessa Congratulations! ' Rocky, ' May you never lose the fight in your eyes, the smife on your lips and your charm. We afways knew that you woufd continue to be an achiever, from way before: You won ist prize for that bubble blowinq contest in grade 5; the Connect-4 contest; carrying the torch in Carbondafe, IL.for the Ofympics; being the best honor student in qrade 7 and getting a stereo as a prize; seffing the most (more than $3,000 worth) chocolate in qrade 8 while being an honor Student. Lots of Love, Mom (Helene) and brother (Chae) ' Dear ' Rocky, May the grace of Cjod co ' er you where ' er you qo and in whatever you do. ' Remember that god is the source oj all wisdom and of alf-joy. Your grandma Cjladys 1 know how excited ami apprehensive you must be - leavinq the predictable and stepping out into the unpredictable. You will be ok: ' " Trust in Cjod with all your heart... and ' He wifl direct your path. " ' A little hard work will come in handy afso. •Khan die " Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn ' t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. " Mark Twain Q 5 ' CO c D Q c d ' Dearest Daughter and Sister, Congratulations sweet girl - follow your hopes dreams, nothing can stop you. As you take these first steps towards adulthood the road may not always be smooth. The path will have a few sharp stones, a couple of boulders blocking it or even a detour sign so you might have to take a different route to get to your destination. Through these challenges you ' ll have tasted all the different flavors of Life - the sweetness, the bitterness - and your heart shall be at peace because you have truly LIVED. Know this, Yasi, that we shall always be right behind you, supporting you, believing in you and loving you. . . You make us so proud! Afshin-jun, Mommy Mehran - June 2005 ) L c o D u D O May your future be as bright as I your smile! Mom Congratulations, Teresa! ! I love you and I am proud of you! Congratulations to a wonderful, precious daughter! From the moment you came into our world you have been an achiever! Watching you blossom into a beautiful woman to your UCLA graduation, to a very bright future ahead of you. Thank you for being an inspiration to all of us. Love you always, Mom, Dad, your big sister niece lots of kisses and hugs Sara Cruz Navarrette Congratulations, Pooky A new door opens to the rest of your life " Seek God and Do His Will " Love Mom Dad Congratulations Brian! Even at 3 1 2 years old, you were a born leader! We couldn ' t be more proud of all your amazing accomplishments or of the man you ' ve grown to be!! We love you, Dad, Mom and Michelle X9 Sg£ yi?fe9dg kmb. (9 • j deserve «- ' — - Dearest Erika, Congratulations to our wonderful, precious daughter. You have achieved your U.C.L.A. graduation. We are all so proud of you. Especially I, your mother, am so happy and proud of you . Remembering you. from the moment you came into our world, you have been an achiever. ' You are an inspiration to us all. Four years of determination is quite an accomplishment. Tloese are the stepping stones for the beginning of your dreams. With your sense of self worth and faith, those you touch will know how truly delightful and loving a young woman you are. Thank you for being our Loving Daughter and Loving Sister You have completed your first chapter towards many exciting ventures. We wish you a bright future filled with excitement and success, love and happiness. t All our love, Mom, Steve, Joey and Family Erika Rose Garcia o o 3 ' CD » n 3- Q 03 9 Z Q Q -1 -1 a 5 " ip cT -1 o Q n q ' Our Dearest Mefissa, d of your hard wort, Cong hours andvCenty of stress have p aid off. Q-fere you are a (graduate of r ii.C.L. ' A. T he Worfdis at your fingertip i idowgo and get it. CongratuCations, Teaches, we are so very proud of you. Love, Worn Christopher, your son Sister Sara (Brother Matthew Those Who Catcfi T he Joy T ' hat Tfies Live In ' Eternity ' s Sunshine : i; Congrat ulal Ions, Dave! We arc proud oi you and all your achievement, al UCLA! A bright future is ahead of you, and keep smiling! Love Always, Mom and Dad ■«M ___ fe Nick, From Bishops SA, to a Bruin LA! We are so proud of you. Love Mom, Dad and Andy Congratulations to my ' Honey ' Bunny, ' Mirandal 1 beam with pride. Love, ' Mom T • . s C ' f Congratulations, Sonia! rcuxxtayCuHte s o (Hurts! You have made us very happy and proud. We know that you have a very bright future ahead of you and that you will achieve all your goals. God bless you always. Love, Mom, Dad, Omar and Junior You have accomplished one of your dreams and we are so proud of you! You are a true inspiration to us. We know this is the beginning of many more good things to come. May you continue to triumph and succeed throughout your life! 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" Tfou ne uied to aive up on cfoun aoal attd continued tfoun education at Santa, " JKonica olleae. Sven t£oua£ cfowi living, aviauqementa- were not tAe yieateat, cfou -itucA wit t it, and yiaduated 04tce aaain, wit AiaAeat noncui-. ytt. neven, fo iaet t e day ifou called me on tue telephone and we lauyAed and etied toae tAen aa- cfou read me tue accept utce (etten welcoming cfou a a tnana ex student to TlS . 4. " fyou ve worked favtd to aet to tAia. place in- cfout li£e. y Anew ifou ate id to teaite t6i campua- ifou ndue enjoued 40 muc t. -di e will 6 tina otuer cndllenaei- and dneami- to wo i6. £on.. Snjoy you accotnpliiiAment — tjou 6ave ewmed it. 1 Cove ifou. THo n Dear Jay, Congratulations! We are so proud of your achievements during the past four years. Graduating from UCLA is a great step of your bright life. You still have a long way to go and much to learn, but we hope you enjoy the challenge. We love you forever. Mom and Dad 1 jHU en such a great joy to all of us, n, Dad, Ate and Butch. rbur sense of humor Made our vacations tew unforgettable dinners A treat. v about to enter the real world, d we are confidenr rhar ell prepared tor the challenge. Good Luck! Rest assured that, ver you wish to accomplish, You can reach it, we will be there for you good rimes and bad! JGRATULATIONS! a Carlos, You have be Mor And a You are no An You are w Whatsoe And Ir - 1 Corey, Watching you grow and achieving your goals through hard work, compassion, laughter and creativity (and no sleep) has been the ride of a lifetime! We are so proud! a- mW j H We love you very much, Mom and Dad 2ffi o 3 a 5 3 Q CONGRATULATIONS, STEVONNE! We knew from the moment you were born that the Lord was going to bless you to be a successful young lady. As you climb the ladder of success, remember God is always with you. We love you. We are so proud of you. Mom, Dad, Leon and Nona 41 Dearest Joshua, Go ahead and give yourself ID fT , a hand. You made it through o 34- some very difficult years. We are D ■ Si proud of your accomplishments 0) ij ft ' and the person you ' ve become. fcJ! 1 E i- Jackie and I love you very much. " V f Congratulations! Love always, Mom and Jackie Mv Dearest Michelle. Watching you grow from a Beautiful Ballerina to your U.C.L.A. Graduation, to a very Bright Future, I am happy and very proud of you, my daughter. God is smiling at you, too, from above. You are Blessed, We are Blessed. Thank you Lord! Love, Mom Kg£ Pe t Dear Kate, Right from the start you set your sights high and never wavered from striving for excellence. It shows in all that you have accomplished and, if history bears out, your aspirations will take you to more grand adventures as you take your ever developing " history " to new places and people. What a joy it will be for us watching, listening and being a part of this next chapter of your life. Thank you for all that you are and are becoming. You make us feel very blessed. We love you, Mom, Dad, Sarah, Matt (and Boo ... ah-chooo!) Michelle Kristin Meek Off to Law School! Love, Dad, Mom Allison Carlson To our graduate. This passage of your life is remarkable not only for all the obstacles you have overcome but for the daily challenges which have shaped both your mind and your soul. 5ehind you is a path first set before you as a child and now completed as a woman. Eight years ago, you began this latest portion with determination and compassion. Now you complete it, gracefully; secure in the knowledge that you have done your best. Your path has led you here to a threshold where many wonderful adventures lie ahead. Look out at the world before you. Look with the wonder of your childhood. Look with the knowledge gained through your education. Look with the values you have developed for yourself to become the wonderful person that you are today. Look with the warmth and understanding of maturity. Finally, look with courage and faith in yourself as you begin a new phase of your life. Please know that you will succeed. Know that you are worthy of all the wonderful things life has to offer. Know that you are lovable, capable, beautiful and smart. Know this because you are loved. Your family Don ' t think you are; know you are. - Morpheus, The Matrix 3 Q T3 CD CD ■i 3 Q 3 Q- CD N CD CD n Q o 13 c O -a a Q !R1 IL.J Watching you qrowing up has Brought us so much joy and happiness. You ' ve Seen making us proud with every amazing achievement. Congratulations ShirongW We love you so much, ' Mom Sr ' ' Dad Liz, We ' re so proud of you. Congratulations! All our love, Mom, Dad and Dan ' ' There is nothing «r for us but to love you... just the way you are J) today. " Matthew William Tseng k, MK Congratulations, Matt!! A We are so very proud of you. You have worked so hard And you deserve every reward. The sky is the limit! We believe in you And know that you will be A great success in all you do. Live your life to the fullest Sf - fr And remember that we love you. -H w -JAL Thank you for being such a wonderful guy, A loving son, and a great brother. ► ' • ' JF Love, Dad, Mom and Katie Congratulations Taren Taren, It seems like yesterday, we were watching you in your highchair, and waiting for the day we would be having a conversation together, even wondering what your voice was going to sound like. You are now graduating UCLA. You ' ve come a long way and have accomplished many things. We are extremely proud of you and love you very much. Our UCIA graduate, Thank You. used to be little, but not any more, Today I got n and I walked out the door, I went to school - it ' s the first time for me, II Is great to be big, but I ' m as scared as can be. My tummy ' s in knots. Doyou want to knoir why? I ' m thinking thai maybe, just maybe, I ' ll cry. When Dad leaves the school and I ' m there all alone, I ' m thinking thai maybe I ' ll want i ,l; home. Bui wail - Mommy said I II jilay lots ofnewgames, . nd meet lots of friends - 1 can learn all their names The first day of school, oh there ' sso much to do, There ' s playing and hooks and a big playground too I used to be little, but not any more. Today I got n and I walked out the door. I went to school - it ' s my first day yon see. it ' s great to be big - I ' m so glad that I ' m me! TV it ' ll ' 1 was born, my sister was almost ten years ofd, and the age difference may be a Sia gap, but as uearsgo by our sisterly bond qets stronger and stronger, j4othinc] can come between our friendship, not a ten-year age difference, or even her feavinq for college. Sure, ' 1 admit ' 1 shed quite a few tears on the ride home from ' UCL ' A when we first drovved her off, but eventually those tears dried, and now my once ten year old sister is 22, and is Graduating colleqe. Congratulations Sissy, you made it! ' 1 Love you very much! Love Lllen (a.k.a. little sissy) BRUINLIFERS Congratulations TO THE Graduating staff of 2005 Alice-Emily-] ac kie- nancy- Nick- Vic Amber Fawn Jameson Congratulations! You are beautiful both inside and out. You have filled our lives with love, sunshine and joy by just being you. You have such a bright future ahead. We wish you the best of love, health, happiness success always. May all your dreams and desires become reality may your smile always shine and your heart always sing! May God Bless your Future Always! We Love You! Dad, Mom, Heather Erik Christina M, Louie CO r ' R ( AT ' ( llL ' AT ' ( 101 S! You fiave achieved and accompfisfted your 6tfi grade dream to attend ( IIC£ ( A. m o CD Q 3 v o u o c We are extreme fy proud of youl May your amazing smife, energy, kindness, creativity and determination continue to faring mucfi success in your journey tfirouqfi fife. We fove you! Mom, T)ad tficole Dearest son Johnny. I am so thankful that my prayers were answered to have such a blessed, wise, lovely, beautiful, caring, hard working, intelligent, honorable, respectful and courageous son like you. Your presence is a present to the world, especially to your brother and me. I feel so fortunate and most blessed to have a son like you. I love how your bright face shines as you smile, and the world smiles with you. I love how your eyes shine as you wisely and passionately express about: the philosophy of life, the complexity of the human psychology, the heartbeat of business and economy, the applied knowledge and creative terminologies of law, the variation of the differences and similarities in sociology, anthropology and history, the evolving faces of geography and astronomy, the advancement in technology and medicine, and my favorite of all, your undying love and care for me, your brother, our family, friends and all that exist. You are not only " Special " in every way, but an honorary, outstanding and inspiring positive role model for your brother and others. You are wise far beyond your years. You not only achieve the toughest challenges, but you accomplish them with the highest mastery. Your kind and caring words renews my hopes . Your pure love gives me strength to keep my dreams alive that I believe for even the farthest dreams are attainable. Your existence in my life has been the best gift that a mother could desire. May you always have the angels by your side to keep watching over you in all the endeavors of your life ! On this very special occasion of your Honorary Graduation, we (Your bro Joey, grandparents, uncles, aunts, relatives, friends and 1) are very proud of you, and wish upon you infinite blessings of genuine and true love, continuous wisdom, true happiness, best luck, greatest success, peace, joy. health, wealth, long life, and your continuous worthiness of the utmost respect and honor. Keep soaring and achieving your dreams, so you continue leaving your memorable, positive historical mark in this world . Infinite love, hugs and kisses Mom, Bro Joey, uncles, aunts, grandparents Consuela, I tiw youve felt caught up on a treadmill, you v ai you worte and worry, you stop dad sleep, and start all ovei- again. ' istea to me, trust in me, rtiu.ii out to me and your soul will delight in the richness of spiritual abundance. ( Bold! I am with itou. now and always, your strength and supply, go about uovx work consider the gifts you have been given. it the talents and abilities I hove instilled in i ou to do, mom jpb.you may say to yourself, : been trained or educated to do these things. - But thinte about it, you could not have been educated without these gifts. Don ' t v orship the wot 1? of i (or- ■ i hands or mind, but worship Consuela loote i« stead look ahead to the glory c " 5 u D Q " SO THE QUESTION is not whether we will he extremists, but what kind of extremists we will he. Will we he extremists for hate or for love? " - Dr. Martin Luther King, lr. Our T)ea rest Jul ie. Words on a page cannot express the overflowing emotions wefeeCforyou, ' the nostaQia from the reflection of your accomplishments is overwhelming; hut you have taught us to float on. You have set a glaring milestone for ad of us. Yet it is only a preview of things to come: screenplay writing, activism, education, art and so much more. ' Above all, your unmatched sense of passion wi(l shock the wor(d as it has captivated us from day one. You have answered the question hy choosing to (ove and not to hate, to ffoat on and not to dwell: ' And for that we are in complete awe. Congratulations, Your ' Beloved ' Tamilia. Sweet Katie-B, From your first day of school, to your last, you have made us all proud, everyday. Congratulations on this fantastic accomplishment... These are the days we will remember..... These are the times that won ' t come again.... The highest of flames becomes an ember, and you gotta to live ' em while you can .... " your buddy, Keith " Sail on silver girl.... your time has come to shine, all your dreams are on their way..... Simon Garfunkel Dear Alice, Congratulations on your graduation! It h as certainly been a pleasure working with you in yearbook all these years! We ' re really going to miss having you around, you are a great pal (and a kick ass Managing Editor too)! UCLA won ' t be the same without you. Good luck with everything you do, and visit us BruinLifers every now and then! Love Always, BRUINLIFERS! TOP 5 WAYS TO END A DEDICATION: 5. Congratulations, pookie schnookims! 4. Go get em ' Tiger! 3. Go get a job. Get out of the house. Now 2. HAHA, just kidding, you didn ' t really graduate. 1.WELOVEYOUUUUUU!! -q q ' 3 o fl n Q -1 Q_ a 3 Q n o n 3 " Q 3 CO Ctlitlui {ic Lelc 7 n tana TLveu tme L I esCie -J 7-UJei • m ' IiuL tft£k l lt Lfr- Thank you to the best set of friends anyone could ever ask for. Each of you has made UCLA the experience of a lifetime and I can ' t imagine what the past four years would have been like without you all. From stalking to frat parties to ambulances to baskeball games to car-crash road trips to penning IDs to Barney to the random wall to the Cove to Riebs to Room 2 to WBC birthdays to 522 parties to Vegas to Margarita Mondays to the Kentucky Derby to tailgates to BBQs to Hapas to Sepi ' s to D ' n P to DDP to Moloney ' s to Mexico to everything else to come, you have all been there and back with nothing but smiles and laughter. Cheers to graduation and all the memories we still have yet to make. " Singapore dishes out the right ingredients for growth " i Food connoisseur Professor Barry Halliwell knows a winning recipe when he sees one. That ' s why he ' s convinced that Singapore is the ideal base for his groundbreaking research in molecular nutrition. " Singapore offers me many opportunities to make a difference, " says the Executive Director of the Graduate School of Integrative Sciences and Engineering at the National University of Singapore. Identified by the Institute for Science Information as one of the most cited scientists in Biology and Biochemistry, Halliwell ' s work on free radicals and cellular toxicity is world-renowned. This former Professor of Medical Biochemistry at Kings College, London, is delighted with Singapore ' s investments in the entire value chain of biomedical sciences activities. Topping it off, Biopolis, the pioneering epicentre of biomedical research, which is located amidst lush greenery and cool cafes, can house up to 2,000 scientists. 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New Grad Training opportunities and scholarships now available! By becoming an RN at one of our area hospitals, • Inter-Community • Queen of the Valley • Foothill Presbyterian • Hospice Home Health you ' ll join a community of caring. Where your patients are your neighbors, and your co-workers are your friends. Join us, and see what it means to Come Home CONGRATULATIONS NEW GRAOS! We have RN Opportunities in all nursing specialties with extended orientation period Walk-In Interviews, Mon.-Fri., 8:30am-4:00pm. For consideration, apply in person or send resume to: Citrus Valley Health Partners, Human Resources, 140 West College Street, P.O. Box 6108. Covina.CA 91722. FAX: (626) 858-8506. E-mail: tcaballero@mail.cvhp.org (626) 858-8539 Citrus Valley Health Partners www.cvhp.org EOE Drug-free workplace Re-Designated 2004. " We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. " — Aristotle i he American Nurses Credentialing Center awarded irs four-year Magnet designation to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in 2000. It did it again in 2004. Only 118 hospitals in the country — four in California — have achieved Magnet designation for excellence in nursing services. This designation affirms a unique culture that will encourage you to grow and excel personally, to participate in decision-making processes, to collaborate with other team members, and to deliver the level of patient care that led you to choose nursing in the first place. Join our world-renowned facility, and we ' ll provide the training and mentoring you need to fulfill your career aspirations. Education and leadership go hand-in-hand as evidenced by the successful Cedars-Sinai Institute for Professional Nursing Development, which proves that higher levels of learning translate into higher job satisfaction for nurses and ultimately, into higher patient satisfaction results. We offer unlimited continuing education, fully funded ADN-to-BSN and BSN-to-MSN programs, as well as - ' ' week preceptorships in all spec ire, and we will enable you to ibtain your specialty certifications. We realize you have a wide choice of places that you can work. We know we offer ge counselor on and benefits of a health care leader. Please call, e-mail or apply online: (800) 795-NURS nurscs@cshs.org www.csmc.edu careers When applying please reference code: EP-OTHER Open Summer 2005 SflS L. . Tanh . jut Exciting new opportunities will he created by the opening of The Suzanne and David Sapersrein Critical Care Tower in summer 2005. This state-of-the-art facility will depend on highly trained staff to care for the most fragile patients using the latesr monitoring technology. When it comes to meeting your standards, Cedars-Sinai will surpass your expectations. Grow, Learn. Surpass your expectations. LooMngfor « c Hgyg iWDl -r ' y? The United States Border Patrol is actively seeking qualified applicants for Agent positions along the Southwest border. Become part of an elite federal law enforcement agency protecting America on the front line of national security. www.usborderpatrol.gov 1-888-300-5500 Ext. 9869 DHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer TELEDYNE CONTROLS GLOBAL MARKET LEADER Teledyne Controls is an industry leader in the design and manufacture of electronic systems for the aviation industry. Our vast experience includes: data acquisition, recording, monitoring, analysis, and communications systems for commercial air transport and regional aircraft, as well as helicopter applications, and Runway Visual Range (RVR) for airport applications. Teledyne Controls maintains a Global Market Leader position by providing solutions through technology and innovation. We are looking for talented individuals to contribute to this fast paced and growth oriented environment. Located in nearby West Los Angeles, Teledyne Controls has an ongoing relationship with UCLA Schools of Engineering and Management through internships and various field studies programs. This relationship has been an extremely successful one, both for Teledyne and the students involved. We are currently recruiting BS MS Systems Electrical and Computer Software Engineers. New Graduates are welcome to apply. Forward resumes, including salary history to: Teledyne Controls, Attn: Human Resources, 12333 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064. FAX: (310)442-4323. E-mail: jobs@teledyne.com. To learn more about Teledyne Technologies, Inc., and view our current employment opportunities, visit our website at www.TET.com. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to a diverse workforce. M F HN D. c o o u D Q after you ' ve earned paper, help us with ours Stora Enso North America, one of the world ' s leading forest product companies, is looking for talented people within the fields of engineering, forestry, marketing, accounting, finance and information technology. Our goal is to attract diverse, highly competent, capable candidates who want to be part of a leading global forest products company. We value experience, flexibility, project and team orientation and interpersonal skills. We aim to foster excellence and motivation, and reward employees for their skills, knowledge and performance. Storaenso Stora Enso North America We offer an attractive benefit and compensation package. So if you want to give your career an exciting global boost, please contact us by sending e-mailing or faxing a letter of interest, resume, transcript and salary requirement to: Stora Enso North America Attn: Employment • P.O. 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LZOsJ S£u4£tv£ TDtr ctfrri c q o u CD o Sohrab Aalam Lo Jollo, CA Pre Psychobiology Ryan Christopher Aamaes Irvine, CA Pie Psychology, Junior John Aaron Los Angeles, CA Junior Paul Ryan Aaron Irvine, CA Business Economics (B.A.), Accounting, Philosophy, Junior Christine Viana Abalos Son Francisco, CA Psychology (B.A.), Junior Gomma Phi Beta, Unicamp, Samahang, Zero Sis, Alpha Chi Sigma, UCLA Med Volunteer, HAPA Jeffrey Olise Abandy China Hills, CA Sociology (B.A.), Junior Diane M Abarca Lomito, CA Psychology (B.A.), Applied Developmental Psychology, Senior Olukayode Oludaisi Abass Oakland, CA Electrical Engineering (B S ) Junior Agazit Getachew Abate Santo Monica, CA African Languages (B.A.), Junior Anthony Joseph Abate Los Angeles, CA Anthropology (B A ). Junior Rosette Abay ahoudian Tehran, Iran Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology IBS), Junior Medicine, Research, Genetic, Psychology, Swimming, Hillel Sheila Abayan Los Angeles, CA Pre Psychology, Junior Mohammad Resa Abbassi Khah Los Angeles, CA Biochemistry (B.S.), Junior Ryan Benjamin Abbott Los Angeles, CA Individual Course ol Study IB A.). Junior Payum Abdarbashi Los Angeles, CA Neuroscience (B.S.) 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