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Issue #277 :: Friday, January 26, 2001

Top Headlines

Bongo Boy Meets Booty Girl
Perhaps it's not a bad idea to start trying to revive the classic

Bears Win in Pullman
PULLMAN, Wash.-It wasn't going to happen again. Sean Lampley made sure of that.

ASUC Judicial Council Charges Senate With Unconstitutional Acts
The ASUC plunged into a constitutional crisis yesterday, when senators threatened to shut down the senate to protest the ASUC Judicial Council ruling that effectively ousted an influential member from the senate.

Head Case
Oh, good. It's raining. At least my hair is excited. Down, evil beast, down!

News

ASUC Judicial Council Charges Senate With Unconstitutional Acts
The ASUC plunged into a constitutional crisis yesterday, when senators threatened to shut down the senate to protest the ASUC Judicial Council ruling that effectively ousted an influential member from the senate.

Peet's Goes Public
Peet's Coffee, the local champion of independent coffee companies, went public yesterday, offering its shares on the Nasdaq.

Group Campaign Urges Students to Conserve Energy
The California Public Interest Research Group kicked off their "lights out learning" campaign at UC Berkeley yesterday in an effort to help solve California's current energy crisis.

Students Take a Chance to Visit Israel
While most UC Berkeley students caught up on sleep during winter break, 60 of them caught up on their history and culture at one of the world's most prominent religious centers-Israel.

Berkeleyans in the World: Rescue Center Saves Rare Birds From Oil Spills
Editors note: A weekly series highlighting Berkeley residents working on national and international causes.

Staff Shortage Further Delays Southside Plan
Hard pressed by a lack of staff, the city's blueprint for planning and development of Berkeley's Southside is suffering further setbacks, city officials said yesterday.

News in Brief: Road Rage' Incident Leaves Man in Critical Condition After Being Hit By Car
A case of road rage turned tragic yesterday when one man was "accidentally" run over on Bancroft Way yesterday at 12:30 p.m, police officials said.


Sports

Bears Win in Pullman
PULLMAN, Wash.-It wasn't going to happen again. Sean Lampley made sure of that.

Lampley Carries Bears To Win Over WSU
PULLMAN, Wash.-Two very different teams in vastly different places found themselves in a similar situation last night, and they turned in a similar direction.

Cal Defense Swats Cougars For Win
Despite facing a seven point deficit in the second half, Cal relied on solid defense and came away with a 69-56 win over Washington State last night at Haas Pavilion.

Rain Keeps Ruggers Home To Face Wildcats
On the kind of weekend that makes you want to stay at home, the Cal rugby team will get to do just that.

Bears Gear Up For Pair of Top-Ten So-Cal Opponents
The Cal women's swimming team takes another double-shot of Pac-10 competition this weekend when it hosts No. 8 USC on Friday and No. 2 UCLA on Saturday.

Sports Briefs: Men's Gym Takes On Stanford and UC Santa Barbara in Cardinal Open Tomorrow
The Cal men's gymnastics team's strong performance to open the season bodes well for this weekend, when the team competes in the annual Cardinal Open at Stanford, tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.

What's Ahead
Women's Swimming hosts USC at Spieker Pool, 2 p.m.


Arts & Entertainment

Bongo Boy Meets Booty Girl
Perhaps it's not a bad idea to start trying to revive the classic

A Lil' Closer to China
Set between the bustling traffic at Martin Luther King Jr. Way and

re:CDs -- Paramount
Though the term "music to do homework by" may not sound

pre:VIEW
Forget waiting for the circus to see some amazing acrobatic

White Space