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Issue #1097 :: Monday, January 24, 2005

Top Headlines

Theft Mars ASUC Bookswap
After the three most successful days the ASUC Bookswap has ever seen, thousands of dollars were stolen from the swap's headquarters in Sproul Plaza Thursday morning.

Don't Overreact to This ...
I hope I'm not alarming anyone out there by saying this, but three weeks ago something repulsive spoiled an otherwise delightful day of FOX programming. No, it didn't occur on the reality program "Who's Your Daddy?" And no, it did not involve a Celine Dion television special.

Paris Punishes UCLA in the Post
LOS ANGELES-No Leon Powe, no Richard Midgley, but at least they'll always have Paris.

Study: Bay Area Counties Rank Low in Mental Health
Residents of Alameda and San Francisco counties show the greatest need for mental health services in the state, according to a report released by four UC Berkeley professors last week.

News

Theft Mars ASUC Bookswap
After the three most successful days the ASUC Bookswap has ever seen, thousands of dollars were stolen from the swap's headquarters in Sproul Plaza Thursday morning.

Study: Bay Area Counties Rank Low in Mental Health
Residents of Alameda and San Francisco counties show the greatest need for mental health services in the state, according to a report released by four UC Berkeley professors last week.

Berkeley Honda Thefts on The Upswing After Holidays
A rash of Honda thefts has swept through Berkeley in the weeks following the winter holiday, predominately hitting the northeast and western areas of Berkeley.

Roe v. Wade Anniversary Provokes Controversy
Dozens of Berkeley students joined Bay Area residents in demonstrations Saturday to commemorate-and protest-the 32nd anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion.

News in Brief
Campus to Improve Access For Disabled Students

Corrections
Friday's sports article "Wounded Bears Lay an Egg in La-La Land" incorrectly stated the number of games the Bears had lost in a row. They had lost four straight games.

District Special Education Troubled
Berkeley school board members got an unpleasant surprise at their meeting last week: out of more than 1,000 students in the district's special education program, one had transitioned to general education in the 2003-2004 school year.


Sports

Paris Punishes UCLA in the Post
LOS ANGELES-No Leon Powe, no Richard Midgley, but at least they'll always have Paris.

Women's Hoops: More Second Half Woes Doom Bears
Again, there was reason for optimism. Again, there was a familiar problem.

Cal Takes a Bite Out of Gaels in Local Rivalry
It made the Battle of Bunker Hill look like a sandbox skirmish.

Tuesday Preview
Men's Gym: Cal Avenges Loss to Stanford.


Opinion

Don't Overreact to This ...
I hope I'm not alarming anyone out there by saying this, but three weeks ago something repulsive spoiled an otherwise delightful day of FOX programming. No, it didn't occur on the reality program "Who's Your Daddy?" And no, it did not involve a Celine Dion television special.

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