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Issue #26 :: Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Top Headlines

Enrollment Set to Increase at UC Campuses
Hundreds of thousands of new students are expected to flood public colleges and universities in California in the next 10 years, according to a study released yesterday.

Sex Magnifique
"One must do violence to the object of one's desire; when it

Bears Brace for Stanford Attack
The Cal women's volleyball team has reason to be nervous heading into Tuesday's home matchup against Stanford.

Two Students Robbed in Fraternity Parking Lot
Two UC Berkeley students were robbed early Saturday morning in the parking lot of the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity, according to police.

News

Enrollment Set to Increase at UC Campuses
Hundreds of thousands of new students are expected to flood public colleges and universities in California in the next 10 years, according to a study released yesterday.

Two Students Robbed in Fraternity Parking Lot
Two UC Berkeley students were robbed early Saturday morning in the parking lot of the Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity, according to police.

Child Advocate Association Accepts Students
While the CASA in CASA for Kids may not mean house, the organization has everything to do with finding kids the homes they deserve.

Telegraph Area Safer, Say Activists
The controversial efforts to "cleanse" Telegraph Avenue have led to safer streets and a more active business district, merchants and city officials said yesterday.

Student Conduct Office to Proceed With Action
UC Berkeley officials said yesterday the university is planning to proceed with formal action against students involved in April's ethnic studies protests, despite the Third World Liberation Front's demand that criminal and student conduct charges be dropped by today.

News in Brief: Council May Fund Anti-Gang Programs
The Berkeley City Council is considering a proposal today that would dedicate $243,000 to programs designed to help the city's gang-bound youth lead healthier, more productive lives.


Sports

Bears Brace for Stanford Attack
The Cal women's volleyball team has reason to be nervous heading into Tuesday's home matchup against Stanford.

Recruit Trio Set to Visit Berkeley
When the Cal football team faces Arizona State this Saturday, more than wins and losses will be at stake.

Close Calls, Blowouts Pervade Pac-10
If inconsistency is the name of the game, then the Pac-10 served up a perfectly mixed bag of results this past weekend.


Opinion

Sex Magnifique
"One must do violence to the object of one's desire; when it

EDITORIAL: twLF Should Face Consequences, Drop Demands
The third world Liberation Front's current movement to acquire immunity for eight ethnic studies protesters who are facing criminal and student conduct charges is wrought with loose ends and reeks of plain silliness.

Why I Voted 'No' For Pay Hike
At last week's UC regents' meeting, the board approved an 8.5 percent increase in the salaries of 275 senior administrators, including all ten chancellors of the UC campuses. The total cost to augment the salaries is $2.5 million.

The University Exists for Whom?
As the struggle to win amnesty for eight twLF members continues, too much of the student body has, consciously or not, accepted the university's terms of debate. This includes considering the eight students as criminals who should face punishment, rather than seeing them as students concerned with the education offered to themselves and their peers.

ASUC, University Selling Campus Out
If you read The Daily Californian these days, or pay attention to the way things are going on campus, you will find that the ASUC and the administration are working together to try and sell off every last piece of our public university.

Letters to the Editor
I am writing to express my disdain of the news report of last week's attack on Bancroft Way ("Trio Attacks Female Near Shuttle Stop," Sept. 16).

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