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Issue #301 :: Friday, March 2, 2001

Top Headlines

Cal Hastily Gives UCLA a Victory
LOS ANGELES-With the final seconds ticking off the clock, Pauley Pavilion was silent-if only for as long as it took to inhale.

Groups to Discourage Enrollment in UC
Students from UC Berkeley's recruitment and retention centers have said they will actively discourage students from attending the university until the UC system overturns the ban on affirmative action.

Collision Vision
Here at Berkeley, we are constantly immersed in the study and

Brave New...Body
In my entire life I have probably been exposed to about 40 pairs of breasts, 34 exposed "appendages," and enough body hair to sheathe the Campanile-and that's 39 pairs of breasts, 33.5 "appendages" and 500 pounds of hair since coming to Cal. And no, I do not work the corner of Piedmont and Durant avenues for a living. I'm talking about public nudity here. And by public, I mean non-consensual.

News

Groups to Discourage Enrollment in UC
Students from UC Berkeley's recruitment and retention centers have said they will actively discourage students from attending the university until the UC system overturns the ban on affirmative action.

Female Faculty Discrimination Prompts Action
In response to growing concern over the number of women faculty members hired each year, the ASUC Senate passed a bill Wednesday night encouraging the UC system to increase their hiring of female professors.

Daily Cal Issues Apology Over Controversial Ad
The Daily Californian is facing tough questions today, as the campus community continues to react to an advertisement the newspaper published criticizing reparations for slavery.

Homeless May Get More Help from County Services
Alameda County may soon be able to reverse its trend of cutting spending on services for the homeless and unemployed-a change that will rejuvenate several Berkeley organizations.

Faculty Assists in Creation of Dance Equipment
UC Berkeley professors and a New York choreographer combined daredevil antics with classical dance as they researched the extremes of movement and action, pushing dancers to the edge.

Beyond Berkeley: Improving Life for Children in War
Editor's note: A weekly series highlighting Berkeley residents working on national and international causes.

Study Shows Anomalies In Health of Residents
Berkeley residents continue in their efforts to combat health disparities in the city, which is reported to have some of the highest rates of HIV and AIDS, cancer-related deaths and low birth weight babies in Alameda County.

Locals Meet to Express Views On Provisions in General Plan
Approximately 70 Berkeley residents filled the North Berkeley Senior Center Wednesday night, voicing their opinions on a development plan that will determine the future of Berkeley for the next 20 years.

News in Brief: Students, Faculty Mourn Loss of UC Berkeley Fencing Trainer
Julius Palffy-Alfar, an internationally recognized UC Berkeley fencing coach, died last month from a short illness. He was 93.

Page 2 Interview -- Bobby Wei, Playing Arcade Games at the BEARcade
Q: So what game are you playing?


Sports

Cal Hastily Gives UCLA a Victory
LOS ANGELES-With the final seconds ticking off the clock, Pauley Pavilion was silent-if only for as long as it took to inhale.

Notebeook: Lampley, Watson Bring Out the Best In Each Other
LOS ANGELES-Two seniors heading up two teams hungry for a win. One wants the Pac-10 title, the other a little respect and an invitation to the NCAA Tournament.

Bears Run All Over the Bruins
Kenya Corley etched her name in the minds of UCLA's players while Courtney Johnson etched hers in the Cal record books.

Cal Should Make Its Own Stance on Student Athletes
Robert Berdahl wants Cal to be more like Stanford. Yeah, and Nina Hartley does family films now.

Bears Visit Cardinal Fighting Recent History
Rivalries can either bring out the best in a team or make a team seem as if it shouldn't share the same field as its opponent. Unfortunately for the Cal baseball team, its series with Stanford has resembled the latter as of late.

Sports Briefs: Women's Tennis Returns from Long Road Trip
A three-week homestand kicks off today for the No. 7 Cal women's tennis team (4-2, 2-2 in Pac-10).


Arts & Entertainment

Collision Vision
Here at Berkeley, we are constantly immersed in the study and

Oh Boy!
Many women have swooned over Dan, Jacob, Ashley, Trevor and

Borderline Fun
Barely into the new Brad Pitt/Julia Roberts vehicle, The

re:CDs -- Mirwais, His Way
Life after producing a Madonna album can be tough. Having

The Breakfasts of Champions
I don't remember ever skipping breakfast as a child-or even

pre:VIEW
The campus group SUPERB has done a superb job in the past

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