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Issue #1513 :: Monday, June 12, 2006

Top Headlines


Six Cal Players Selected to U.S. National Team

UC Digital Library Project Gains Ground
A university project with major software firms to send books into cyberspace is making strides after long

The Unspoken Retort
limply it is executed, still acknowledges

Drawing From a Crowd
It’s a familiar sight for sports fans: the newly-drafted

News

Longtime Local Stationer Latest Store Closure
to be done,” said Diane Griffin, owner

UC Digital Library Project Gains Ground
A university project with major software firms to send books into cyberspace is making strides after long

Council Holds Elections Chair In Contempt, Schedules Retrial
grounds that her behavior was “disrespectful,”

Standout Graduates Hail Alma Mater
is at the forefront of the entertainment

Embattled Director of City Public Library Resigns
stint as director, she cut staff from the

Locals Pitch Proposals to Keep Cody’s on Telegraph
Local residents and business owners tossed around proposals

Residents’ Right to Pave Over Yards Up For Review
parking space is up for a vote at tomorrow’s

Subcommittee Backs Grant Cap Increase
thaw in recent reluctance among lawmakers

Summer Program Targets High School Students
will offer a handful of special workshops,

California Student Debt Lower Than U.S. Average
enormous amount of state aid to students

Colleagues Recall Professor’s Energy, Dedication to Field
UC Berkeley optometry and bioengineering

Sports in Brief
Six Cal Players Selected


Sports

Drawing From a Crowd
It’s a familiar sight for sports fans: the newly-drafted

Record Seven Cal Players Get Drafted
baseball team, as four position players,

Johnson Gets Personal, Steals Show for Bears
top it in each of the next two rounds at

Special Olympians Show Off Talents
(were the best part of the entire competition).”


Six Cal Players Selected to U.S. National Team


Sports in Brief

Sports in Brief


Sports in Breif
Six Cal Players Selected to U.S. National Team


Opinion

The Unspoken Retort
limply it is executed, still acknowledges

Editorial
Chump Change

a time when college tuition is skyrocketing

Editorial
Ballot Blunders

testified that he “made a concession”

Once Again, Gay Bashing For Vote Getting
policies that he claims will help secure

North Korea Excursion Reeks of Propaganda
possible destinations for recent graduates,

A Little Would Go a Long Way for the Arts
a teenage folk musician, there were lots

White Space