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Issue #1020 :: Monday, September 27, 2004

Top Headlines

Underhill Parking Plan Overcomes Hurdle
UC Berkeley's Underhill Parking Facility and Recreation Field is one step closer to completion after the UC Board of Regents gave the green light to the campus's financial plans for the project Wednesday.

So Happy Together
My life had little meaning before I moved into a co-operative. Co-ops, as they are known and despised by the "cleaner" parts of campus, are so named because they assemble a group of diverse individuals who must work together, providing sustenance and love. We work five hours a week, but it is basically the kind of work a mother expends on behalf of her favorite child. There's never an occasion to be bored once you start living with 65 slightly deranged and brilliant people, who crowd every nook and cranny of the house spewing philosophy, sexploits and politics.

Cal Kills ‘Zona in Barnburner
Led by a plethora of big plays in big situations, the No. 16 Cal volleyball team outlasted No. 14 Arizona in a five-game thriller Friday at Haas Pavilion.

X-plicit Parade Promotes Peace
Eight local activists displayed their lighter sides yesterday, marching in the nude down Telegraph Avenue to express their distaste for the current presidential administration.

News

Underhill Parking Plan Overcomes Hurdle
UC Berkeley's Underhill Parking Facility and Recreation Field is one step closer to completion after the UC Board of Regents gave the green light to the campus's financial plans for the project Wednesday.

X-plicit Parade Promotes Peace
Eight local activists displayed their lighter sides yesterday, marching in the nude down Telegraph Avenue to express their distaste for the current presidential administration.

A Struggle for Berkeley High's Choice Classes
The bell rang for fourth period on a Friday afternoon at Berkeley High School. Teacher Doug Powers sat in his black swivel chair, his eyes level with his class of 31 Advanced Placement Economics students.

News in Brief
Female Sexually Assaulted at Berkeley Bus Stop

Feature Photo: Good Old Times


Corrections
Friday's article "Regents Boost Minimum GPA for UC Eligibility" incorrectly quoted student demonstrators at the regents meeting as chanting "Education is a right, not for the rich and white." In fact, they said "Education is a right, not just for the rich and white."


Sports

Online Exclusive: Sports in Brief
No. 4 Cal Men's Soccer Undefeated after Eight Games

Cal Kills ‘Zona in Barnburner
Led by a plethora of big plays in big situations, the No. 16 Cal volleyball team outlasted No. 14 Arizona in a five-game thriller Friday at Haas Pavilion.

Bears Bury Bulldogs, Tame Tigers
Stephanie Wieger stood motionless a dozen feet out from the northern goal at Edwards Stadium with her hands cupped over her face, breathing a deep sigh.

Cutino's Legacy at Cal Remembered
Most people don't get awards named for them until after they die.

Cal Struggles, Loses Duffy, Parker
Against the nation's toughest competition and with 2003 All-American Bridget Duffy and No. 2 runner Abby Parker out for the season, the Cal women's cross country team finished in 26th place out of 29 teams Saturday at the Roy Griak Invitational at the Les Bolstad Golf Course in Minneapolis.

A Crowd Pleaser With Card
The bandwagon is apparently filling for the Cal field hockey team.


Opinion

So Happy Together
My life had little meaning before I moved into a co-operative. Co-ops, as they are known and despised by the "cleaner" parts of campus, are so named because they assemble a group of diverse individuals who must work together, providing sustenance and love. We work five hours a week, but it is basically the kind of work a mother expends on behalf of her favorite child. There's never an occasion to be bored once you start living with 65 slightly deranged and brilliant people, who crowd every nook and cranny of the house spewing philosophy, sexploits and politics.

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